St. Martin-in-the-Fields Episcopal Church
Grand Island, New York

Announcements

1. The Chicken BBQ committee is still looking for drivers to deliver Chicken BBQ flyers to local businesses on the island. There are seven routes that all should take less than an hour to complete. The flyers should be distributed between Saturday, June 19 and Sunday, June 27. Please see or call Mark Korzelius if you can help. Also, volunteers are needed for day of the BBQ activities, which is

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Looking for teams (2 people per team) willing to be money counters. Counting and depositing the plate giving occurs weekly (plus Christmas Eve / Day). We currently have three counting teams, and each team is on a rotating list. If one more team volunteers, you would be scheduled to count every 4 weeks. The more teams we have, the less often each team is scheduled to count. Each new team

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Sarah Dodge in collaboration with the women’s LIFT group is pleased to announce that they will be collecting new standard-sized pillows and new standard-sized pillowcases for women and children to be donated to Haven House. Haven House is a safe haven for domestic violence survivors in need of a safe place to go. Each survivor is gifted a new pillow and pillowcase upon arrival that is theirs to

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As the new guidelines from the Diocese and Bishop Sean have just been released today, I have carefully considered our parish, and what choice would be best for our parishioners.  After discussions with our Vestry, we have decided to resume in-person services beginning on April 1, Maundy Thursday, similar to our safe-practicing services that we were offering last year during the pandemic. We

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Click HERE to read a message from Bishop Sean regarding the ongoing COVID-19 situation.   You are all in my prayers as we continue to navigate these difficult and confusing times and I am constantly searching for new ways to be a worshipping community in the midst of them. I know that it is painful and disappointing for many to be entering another season of the church year without being able

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