St. Giles' Episcopal Church

The Episcopal Church in Jefferson, Maine

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St. Giles Paint Night!

Paint party fundraiser for St. Giles backpack program! St. Giles Church, Jefferson 25$ per guest Friday, November 15th, 6-8pm Call 549-7872 for reservations

September Lay Ministry Schedule

September 1 — 12th Sunday after Pentecost Dotti Meyer, Greeter Don Kraus & Dotti Meyer, Readers Tracy Scates, Chalice John Atwood, Server Linda Pierpont, Intercessor Tom Eichler & Thomas Robinson, Oblations Dotti Meyer, Altar Monika & Thomas Robinson, Coffee Hour September 8 –13th  Sunday after Pentecost John Atwood, Greeter Don Kraus & Tracy Scates, Readers…

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Lay Ministry Schedule – June 2019

June 2                    Seventh Sunday of Easter John Atwood, Greeter John Atwood & Dotti Meyer, Readers Dotti Meyer, Server Linda Pierpont, Intercessor John Atwood & Tara Johnson, Oblations Dotti Meyer, Altar Cathy Sell, Altar Flowers Nancy Saulniers & Debbie King, Coffee Hour June 9                           The Day of Pentecost Thomas Robinson & Basia, Greeters Meegan Burbank &…

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February 10, 2019 — Fifth Sunday after the Epiphany

St. Giles’ Church, Jefferson, Maine February 10, 2019 – The Fifth Sunday after the Epiphany Isaiah 6: 1-13 Don Kraus Our reading from Isaiah this week recounts the call of the prophet. Last week, we heard the account of the call of Jeremiah, and as was the case then, Isaiah’s call includes the would-be prophet…

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Arrow of St. Giles’

St. Giles’ Sunday is September 2nd. On that day we will present a parishioner with the Arrow of St. Giles. Would you please send nominations for that award to me or to Senior Warden John Atwood no later than August 19th. You may email, snail mail, or hand your nominations to one of us. A…

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