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Sunday, January 27th promises to be a very exciting day at the EMWC, as we gather together at our Warren location for our Annual Meeting. We will celebrate 2018 and hear of our plans for making 2019 another successful year in our ministries in Christ’s name, and all surrounded by worship and fellowship together.
Our Annual Meeting is set for Sunday, January 27th in Warren. We begin with Morning Prayer at 9:30 AM followed by our Annual Meeting, Holy Eucharist and reception.
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Our 2019 Budget is available by clicking here.
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The Becoming Beloved Community Advent Study is an outgrowth of the Episcopal Church’s call to boldly address racial healing, reconciliation, and justice. Over three weeks participants will get to discuss different aspects of racial and cultural injustice that continue to keep us from realizing the vision of Jesus for us his church. This is an invitation to consider our unique perspectives in our local community and the stories of our personal lives, all built on the hope of what our baptismal covenant calls us: to be congregations of love, liberation, and hope. We will meet on Wednesday night at 7 for the next three weeks. See Father Matthew for more information.
We all gather for worship, celebration, confirmations and receptions when The Rt. Rev. Sean W. Rowe, Bishop of the Diocese of Northwestern Pennsylvania makes his Annual Visit to the Episcopal Mission of Warren County on Sunday, November 11th.
We will have only one service on the 11th. The service begins at 9:30 AM at St. Francis of Assisi Church, 343 East Main Street, Youngsville.
A festive brunch follows the service and you are welcome to bring a dish to share. We hope so see everyone at what is sure to be an inspirational get-together!
From September 16th to November 13th, our Vicar, the Rev. Matthew R. Scott, will be away on sabbatical. Read his letter to the congregations here. Picking up the pastoral leadership will be the Rev. Timothy Dyer, who has been serving as our Associate Vicar these past three years under Fr. Matthew’s leadership. While we will miss him, we pray for his growth in ministry and look forward to sharing all that God does with us while he is away.
Sunday, September 2nd our worship will feature a time to pronounce God’s blessings upon the people of God and the things they use in their callings of life. Students of all ages should bring a backpack for their school things. Workers should bring an item that they use at work (and creativity is always appreciated). Retirees should bring something that they use in their lives as part of living out their callings, too (even bridge cards have had God’s blessing go with them to their sacred tables). Don’t miss this chance for us to recognize and welcome God’s place in our daily life and work.