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A LIGHT TO THE NATIONS – EMPOWERED IN SPIRIT & COMMUNITY – SEPTEMBER 28-30

 

We are joining with the Lutheran Church of the Holy Spirit in Lincolnshire for a weekend of exploring how God calls faith communities to live and serve in community. Two well-known Lutheran theologians and pastors, David Tiede and Kathryn Tiede, will lead the weekend and invite us into deeper reflection on our calling and purpose. 

Friday, September 28 – Reception at 6:30, Dinner and Teaching 7-9PM - $20 per person (assistance available) 

Saturday, September 29 – Teaching, box lunch, and intergenerational service project 9AM – 4PM 

Sunday, September 30 – The Rev. Dr. David Tiede will preach at both services, and teach at the Adult Forum at 9AM 

REGISTER ONLINE: https://www.signupgenius.com/go/409084aa8a729a4f49-alight

 

BOOK CLUB – TONIGHT AT 7PM

Tonight, at 7 PM, the book club will be reviewing the book “Outliers: The Story of Success” by Malcolm Gladwell. All are welcome to join in lively discussion. On October 18, the group will discuss “Letters of Note” by Saun Usher. The book club meets on the 3rd Wednesdays of each month at 7pm, in the Conference Room, at St. Gregory’s. November’s meeting will be rescheduled due to the holiday.

 

PUMPKINS ARE COMING!!  - OCTOBER 6 (WE HOPE!)

The truck loaded with pumpkins is scheduled to arrive on October 6 in the afternoon. This is an approximate date and time, as we never know exactly how traffic will be, and where the truck may be delayed in route. Everyone is invited to help us unload the truck and set up the pumpkin patch. Many hands make this work a lot easier! We will provide food and beverages for hungry workers – plus it’s FUN. To sign up, email Shelley (shelley@stgregoryschurch.org) and include your cell number, or sign up in Founders’ Hall. We will contact you when we have exact times. 

Sign up for a shift selling pumpkins – it is a great way to get to know our neighbors and share God’s love with others!

https://tinyurl.com/ybrqsev2

 

LEARN TO BAKE THE WORLD’S BEST PUMPKIN BREAD!

Jean Schwarz has been baking pumpkin bread (the WORLD’S BEST) for the pumpkin patch for years – it’s time we helped her out. If you are interested in learning Jean’s secrets, and baking pumpkin bread for the patch, contact Mother Anne (anne@stgregoryschurch.org).

 

IT’S SUICIDE PREVENTION MONTH. JOIN US FOR A PANEL DISCUSSION – SEPTEMBER 26, 7PM

Sponsored by Moms Demand Action

Two-thirds of all gun deaths are suicides and over 90% of suicides attempted with a firearm are successful. As part of Moms Demand Action's mission to reduce Gun Violence, we want to engage in suicide prevention as well. On September 26, we have a great opportunity to hear from a Suicide Survivor, a therapist and author who specializes in Suicide Prevention, and a Suicide Prevention Organization, Sip of Hope. We'll hear about warning signs, how to best support someone who may be contemplating suicide, and how to approach the topic that is too often "taboo" - in a sensitive way. Let's together help remove the stigma around mental health and bring this important topic out into the light. 

WARNING: please use discernment in bringing children. Speakers may be sharing details which could be graphic or disturbing to children at times. Of course we know that this topic is and should be on the minds of teens and they are welcome, but please consider if your child is emotionally ready to handle this topic before bringing them. 

Click here to see event location details and register for this free event and invite your friends as well: https://act.everytown.org/event/moms-demand-action-event/14406/signup/?source&akid&zip

 

FAITH LAB – RULE OF LIFE – OCTOBER 2, 7-8:30PM

Our first Faith Lab of the year is on Tuesday, October 2nd from 7-8:30pm. We will be diving deeper into exploring and creating a Rule of Life to ground our faith practice. RSVP to Mother Anne (anne@stgregoryschurch.org)

 

WOMEN’S WINE AND WORD – BIBLE STUDY – STARTS OCTOBER 4, 7-8:30PM

All women are invited to participate in a 5 week study of the Book of Ruth on Thursday nights from 7-8:30pm. To register, contact Mother Anne (anne@stgregoryschurch.org)

 

EAT MEXICAN & HELP OPEN A CURT’S CAFÉ IN LAKE COUNTY – OCTOBER 3, 6:30PM

St. Gregory’s is a fan of Curt’s Café (a café that supports, trains, and employs at risk youth – while providing great food/drink and service), and on October 3rd, Casa de Isaac and Moishe in Highland Park is donating a portion of their proceeds to Curt’s fundraising to open a Lake County location. If you would like to be a part of a St. G’s group having a great Mexican meal while supporting Curt’s, please let Charlene know you will be coming so we can plan for you! (parish@stgregoryschurch.org)

 

BLESSING OF THE ANIMALS and PETS IN THE PATCH – OCTOBER 14, 2PM

Bring your animals, large and small, to the Pumpkin Patch for an animal blessing, followed by photo opportunities in the patch, and a pet costume contest! Open to everyone and all their critters.

 

INTERFAITH SYMPOSIUM AT BJBE  - STARTING OCTOBER 2, 10-11:30AM (EVERY TUESDAY)

October 2-Feb 12

In an America that seems to be fracturing along cultural, political, and geographical lines, we have the opportunity to act bravely and wisely by learning with and from people who think and act differently than we do. Over the course of this year, we will hear from clergy and leaders from many faith traditions. We will learn about their history, their inspirational texts, the major tenets of their theology, and what teachings their tradition can bring to bear on the most important questions and challenges of religious life in 21st Century America. Symposium will be taught by some of Chicagoland’s leading clergy, including our rector, Anne Jolly! BJBE is inviting members of congregations to join them in this informative series. We hope we will get to know our neighbors through learning, conversation, and, of course, a little nosh. Sign ups coming soon!!

 

EPISCOPAL HURRICANE RELIEF FUND

We respond to storms in the United States and U.S. territories through our U.S. Disaster Program. Through our partnerships with Episcopal dioceses, we offer resources and training to help people prepare for disasters and provide emergency support so vulnerable people can make a sustained recovery after the storm. The benefit of our partnership with Episcopal churches is that these congregations are already deeply integrated within their communities. In other words, the Episcopal Church is there before responders arrive and will remain long after the news cameras have gone. You can help provide critical relief to affected communities by donating to our Hurricane Relief Fund. To donate and read the latest updates, visit https://support.episcopalrelief.org/hurricane-relief.  

If you choose to write a check for the relief fund PLEASE make check payable to St. Gregory’s Episcopal Church, and write Hurricane Relief in the memo section.  

 

VESTRY MEETING NEWS

Our Vestry met on September 11 and we have two key highlights to share:  

·         Renowned preachers to lead weekend retreat at our Church- Friday September 28-30. The Vestry encourages people to attend A Light to the Nations weekend events. There is a signup sheet in Founders Hall or you can register online. 

·         The Annual Giving Campaign Task Force Charter has been approved.   The task force responsibility is to plan and orchestrate the involvement of our parishioners' financial life.  This includes 1) educating the congregation about financial stewardship, 2) raising awareness of the various ways God has blessed us, 3) providing guidance and encouragement as parishioners reflect on their gifts, and 4) providing a way for parishioners to commit to God and God’s work at St. Gregory’s through a pledge and regular committed financial gifts.   

 

COMMUNITY MEALS: NEXT TIME TO SERVE – OCTOBER 28, NOON

Sybil Ten Eyck, Debbie and John Welker, Cathy Leimbeck, Peggi Adams, Scott Hamilton, Janet and Bill Foltz and Barb, Matthew and Scott Schaper prepared and served a meal to our neighbors in Waukegan this past Sunday,  Our dessert bakers were Sybil, Debbie, Lynn Pike, Karen Nicholas, Lisa Halpin, and the Schapers.  Someone also donated fresh apples and oranges.   

Our next turn to serve will be Sunday, October 28th at 12 noon.  We are always looking for new helpers for this important ministry. 

Thanks,  Barb Schaper and Janet and Bill Foltz

 

 

 

PRAYERS THIS WEEK, PLEASE REMEMBER…

The sickand those who need prayer, especially… Dave Schulz, Hugh, Darius, Jessica and Zach, Chris, Dorothy Britt, Gerry Lanigan, Scott and Cindy, Mary Withrow, Marjorie Hutcheson, Charlie Porter, Phoebe Caldwell.

 

Our companion parish in Madagascar, Santa Grégoire, Tolagnaro, and Dean Donné.

 

For the departed…. Jerry Thomas.

 

PARISH E-NEWSLETTER DEADLINE - MONDAY, 9:30 AM

If you would like to have something included in the newsletter sent out midweek, please submit your article to parish@stgregoryschurch.org or call Charlene Vanderhulst (847-945-1678.)


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BISHOP VISITING THIS SUNDAY – 8AM AND 10AM WORSHIP, AND TEACHING AT 9AM

Bishop Jeffrey Lee will be at St. Gregory’s THIS Sunday, March 18th: preaching at both services, and teaching at the 9am Adult Forum. Join us for worship, formation, and Coffee Hour (after the 10a service).

 

DONATION ENVELOPES FOR SPECIAL EASTER MUSIC AND ALTAR FLOWERS AVAIABLE NOW

Please support the special Easter music and musicians and special Easter altar flowers by making a monetary donation in memory or thanksgiving of a loved one, a ministry, or any of God’s tremendous blessings. Pick up your envelope by the table outside of the Sacristy or in Founder’s Hall. Completed envelopes can be left in the basket. Contact Charlene (847-945-1678) to phone in your request to accompany your donation if you are unable to pick up an envelope. March 26 is the deadline in order to have your memorial or thanksgiving printed in the Easter bulletin.

 

FEAST OF THE PEDICURE – WEDNESDAY, MARCH 28, 5-7PM (A FEW SLOTS AVAILABLE!)

Before we wash our feet on Maundy Thursday, join Mother Anne at Josie Nail Spa (2536 Waukegan Rd, Glenview) for a pedicure and fun! We will have some fun beverages, snacks, and plenty of good company. The cost per person, without tip, is $35 – payable ahead of time. Time slots are reserved on a first come, first served basis- we still have some slots available at 5:45 and 6:15.  Email Mother Anne (anne@stgregoryschurch.org) ASAP to reserve your spot and confirm times. All ages and stages are welcome!

 

READERS FOR GOOD FRIDAY STATIONS OF THE CROSS, 7:30 PM 
We need as many as fourteen people who would like to read the "story" portion of the stations at the evening service. If you would like to join in this important ministry, please let Scott know at 
scott@stgregoryschurch.org. 

 

WHAT'S YOUR FAVORITE HYMN?

During Easter season we want to hear WHAT your favorite hymn is and WHY! Choose any hymn from the red 1982 Hymnal or the Music Issue and tell us why it speaks to your heart. During the season of Pentecost we'll sing these favorites during Sunday worship, and print your name and reason for loving the hymn in the bulletin. Fill out the form that will be included in the bulletin for the next several weeks, or email your request to Kathryn directly at kathryn@stgregoryschurch.org.

 

RED BAG DONATIONS COLLECTION – SUNDAY, APRIL 8

Please note this month’s donations will be pushed back 1 week due to Easter. 

 

LENTEN BOOKS AVAILABLE IN LIBRAY

The Sally Craig Memorial Library has a display of books of Lenten meditations available for checkout on the shelves just inside the library door.  Also on display are picture books about Easter, including a few board books for the very youngest.  In addition, many books of prayer and meditation can be found on the shelves under Dewey Decimal numbers 242 and 248.  

 

LENT and Holy Week at St. Gregory’s

“The … mystery of the dying and rising again of Jesus Christ and our participation therein is the theological core of the gospel, and its liturgical celebration is the central event of the church year.” (Leonel L. Mitchell) 

How we engage with Lent and Holy Week can have a direct correlation to how the great truth of Easter is lived out in our lives. Throughout the forty days of Lent, and in the week leading up to Easter, we have the opportunity to live into our death with Jesus. We can examine our lives and open ourselves to the working of the Holy Spirit in drawing us closer to God through Christ. Once we live through the death, the resurrection takes on new meaning in us and in our community. At St. Gregory’s, we have the opportunity to observe Holy Week together, with worship every day of the week. Together we will walk through the valley of the shadow of death, and rejoice in the resurrection of our Savior! 

Feb. 16 - March 30     Stations of the Cross – Fridays at 7pm in the Church

                                    Stations of the Cross are a 14 step moving devotional that commemorates Jesus’ last day

                                    on earth. We pray the Stations all the Fridays of Lent to call to mind the Passion of Christ,

                                    that is, the journey Jesus took from his condemnation to his death. 

Palm Sunday8am and 10am

March 25                    Palm Sunday is a day of transitions. We begin worship with the procession of the Palms,

                                    celebrating Jesus’ triumphant entry into Jerusalem. We end the liturgy turning our

                                    attention to Jesus’ passion with a dramatic reading. 

Monday-Wednesday in Holy Week- 7am

March 26-28               We will worship at 7am in the Chapel each of these mornings, walking towards death

                                    on the cross with Jesus. 

Maundy Thursday7pm

March 29                    The name Maundy comes from the Latin mandatum, and refers to the new

                                    commandment Jesus gave the disciples in John 13:34 – to love one another as Christ first

                                    loved us. At this service, we celebrate the events of the Last Supper, including the foot

                                    washing and the institution of the Eucharist. Learning to be served by others is an

                                    important step in our walk as children of God. Those who desire are invited to celebrate

                                    the non-liturgical, non-holy feast of the pedicure on Wednesday to prepare for the foot

                                    washing on Thursday!  See Mother Anne if you are interested. 

Good Fridaynoon and 7:30pm

March 30                    On Good Friday, we observe the crucifixion and death of Jesus. At Noon, we will observe

                                    the traditional Good Friday solemn liturgy with the liturgy of the Word, solemn collects,

                                    and veneration of the cross. We do not celebrate the Eucharist on Good Friday in

                                    observance of Jesus’ death, but rather receive communion from sacrament reserved on

                                    Maundy Thursday. At 7:30pm, we will observe a final Stations of the Cross. 

Holy Saturday5:00pm – Easter Vigil

March 31                    The Easter Vigil is an ancient liturgy that includes fire, light, word, water, bread,

                                    and wine – and takes the worshipper from death to life. The Easter Vigil helps us all

                                    embrace the mystery of Christ’s death and resurrection. This first Easter service is the

                                    traditional time for Baptism in the church calendar. 

Easter – 8am and 10am

April 1                         We will celebrate Christ’s resurrection with joyful worship including special music (at

                                    10am). After the 10am, there will be a reception with festive beverages, and an egg hunt!

 

LENTEN STUDY GROUP: MEETING JESUS IN THE GOSPEL OF JOHN – THURSDAYS 12-1:30

Have you ever wished to deepen your relationship with God? To experience a warm friendship with God? Maybe even fall in love with God – again – or for the very first time?
Meeting Jesus is a seven-week journey into deeper intimacy with God through reflection and prayer on the Gospel According to John. We will come together on Thursdays atnoon to read, pray, and grow together.

We are currently meeting on Thursdays from 12-1:30 and will be ending March 22. Please let Mother Anne know if you would like to join the group so we can have enough prayer and study guides. anne@stgregoryschurch.org

 

ST GREGORY’S BOOK CLUB, NEXT MEETING MARCH 21 AT 7PM

“Before We Were Yours” by Lisa Wingate is the book selection for March 21 and for May 16, ”News of the World” by Paulette Jiles. April 18 will be a selection to be determined by David McCullough. All are invited.

 

NEXT COMMUNITY MEALS – PALM SUNDAY, MARCH 25

Our next opportunity to serve is Sunday, March 25, Palm Sunday


 

 

PRAYERS THIS WEEK, PLEASE REMEMBER…

The sickand those who need prayer, especially…Mark Lanigan, John Dingels, Taylor Gibbs, Mary Sullivan, Kathy Seghers, Sue Mueller, Luke Schneider, Kathryn Kelly, Carrie, Walter S. Johnson, Scott Davison, Barbara Rice, Davison/Rice Family, Elizabeth Hamilton, Arlett Fishburne, and Irene Besthoff. 

Our companion parish in Madagascar, Santa Grégoire, Tolagnaro, and Dean Donné. 

For the departed…..

 

PARISH E-NEWSLETTER DEADLINE -  MONDAY9:30 AM

If you would like to have something included in the newsletter sent out midweek, please submit your article to parish@stgregoryschurch.org or call Charlene Vanderhulst (847-945-1678.)

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“SPRING FORWARD” ON MARCH 11 AS DAYLIGHT SAVING TIME BEGINS!

Don’t forget to set your clock forward one hour at 2 a.m. on March 11.

 

 


YOUTH GROUP ~ PINSTRIPES SUNDAY BOWLING ON MARCH 11 AT NOON

Youth Group Pinstripes Gathering - Fun afternoon together at Pinstripes of Northbrook. 

Cost: $25 - Bowling fee $20 plus shoes $5. 

Food will be provided by St. Gregory's for the youth attending. 

We will leave after the 10:00 a.m. service and will need volunteer drivers in case parents cannot attend. 

Parents are welcomed to gather together for lunch, at an average cost of $25 per person, as the youth group bowls. 

Date: 03/11/2018 (Sun.)   Time: 12:00pm - 2:30pm CST

Location: Pinstripes - 1150 Willow Road,  Northbrook

DONATION ENVELOPES FOR SPECIAL EASTER MUSIC AND ALTAR FLOWERS AVAILABLE NOW

Please support the special Easter music and musicians and special Easter altar flowers by making a monetary donation in memory or thanksgiving of a loved one, a ministry, or any of God’s tremendous blessings. Pick up your envelope by the table outside of the Sacristy or in Founder’s Hall. Completed envelopes can be left in the basket. Contact Charlene (847-945-1678) to phone in your request to accompany your donation if you are unable to pick up an envelope. March 26 is the deadline in order to have your memorial or thanksgiving printed in the Easter bulletin.

 

DO YOU WANT TO EXPLORE BECOMING EPISCOPALIAN OR RENEW YOUR FAITH?

Bishop Jeffrey Lee will be at St. Gregory’s on Sunday, March 18th, providing the opportunity for adults to join the Episcopal church through Reception (if you were confirmed in the Catholic church), or Confirmation (a mature affirmation of faith, and official membership in the Episcopal church). There is also the opportunity to Renew your Faith publicly.

If you are interested in exploring any of these options, please contact Mother Anne (anne@stgregoryschurch.org).

 

FEAST OF THE PEDICURE – WEDNESDAY, MARCH 28TH 5-7PM-ish

Before we wash our feet on Maundy Thursday, join Mother Anne at Josie Nail Spa (2536 Waukegan Rd, Glenview) for a pedicure and fun! We will have some fun beverages, snacks, and plenty of good company. The cost per person, without tip, is $35 – payable ahead of time. Time slots begin at 5pm, and they will be reserved on a first come, first served basis.  Email Mother Anne (anne@stgregoryschurch.org) ASAP to reserve your spot and confirm times. All ages and stages are welcome!

 

LENTEN BOOKS AVAILABLE IN LIBRAY

The Sally Craig Memorial Library has a display of books of Lenten meditations available for checkout on the shelves just inside the library door.  Also on display are picture books about Easter, including a few board books for the very youngest.  In addition, many books of prayer and meditation can be found on the shelves under Dewey Decimal numbers 242 and 248.  

 

LENT and Holy Week at St. Gregory’s

“The … mystery of the dying and rising again of Jesus Christ and our participation therein is the theological core of the gospel, and its liturgical celebration is the central event of the church year.” (Leonel L. Mitchell) 

How we engage with Lent and Holy Week can have a direct correlation to how the great truth of Easter is lived out in our lives. Throughout the forty days of Lent, and in the week leading up to Easter, we have the opportunity to live into our death with Jesus. We can examine our lives and open ourselves to the working of the Holy Spirit in drawing us closer to God through Christ. Once we live through the death, the resurrection takes on new meaning in us and in our community. At St. Gregory’s, we have the opportunity to observe Holy Week together, with worship every day of the week. Together we will walk through the valley of the shadow of death, and rejoice in the resurrection of our Savior! 

Feb. 16 - March 30     Stations of the Cross – Fridays at 7pm in the Church

                                    Stations of the Cross are a 14 step moving devotional that commemorates Jesus’ last day

                                    on earth. We pray the Stations all the Fridays of Lent to call to mind the Passion of Christ,

                                    that is, the journey Jesus took from his condemnation to his death. 

Palm Sunday- 8am and 10am

March 25                    Palm Sunday is a day of transitions. We begin worship with the procession of the Palms,

                                    celebrating Jesus’ triumphant entry into Jerusalem. We end the liturgy turning our

                                    attention to Jesus’ passion with a dramatic reading. 

Monday-Wednesday in Holy Week- 7am

March 26-28               We will worship at 7am in the Chapel each of these mornings, walking towards death

                                    on the cross with Jesus. 

Maundy Thursday- 7pm

March 29                    The name Maundy comes from the Latin mandatum, and refers to the new

                                    commandment Jesus gave the disciples in John 13:34 – to love one another as Christ first

                                    loved us. At this service, we celebrate the events of the Last Supper, including the foot

                                    washing and the institution of the Eucharist. Learning to be served by others is an

                                    important step in our walk as children of God. Those who desire are invited to celebrate

                                    the non-liturgical, non-holy feast of the pedicure on Wednesday to prepare for the foot

                                    washing on Thursday!  See Mother Anne if you are interested. 

Good Friday- noon and 7:30pm

March 30                    On Good Friday, we observe the crucifixion and death of Jesus. At Noon, we will observe

                                    the traditional Good Friday solemn liturgy with the liturgy of the Word, solemn collects,

                                    and veneration of the cross. We do not celebrate the Eucharist on Good Friday in

                                    observance of Jesus’ death, but rather receive communion from sacrament reserved on

                                    Maundy Thursday. At 7:30pm, we will observe a final Stations of the Cross. 

Holy Saturday- 5:00pm – Easter Vigil

March 31                    The Easter Vigil is an ancient liturgy that includes fire, light, word, water, bread,

                                    and wine – and takes the worshipper from death to life. The Easter Vigil helps us all

                                    embrace the mystery of Christ’s death and resurrection. This first Easter service is the

                                    traditional time for Baptism in the church calendar. 

Easter – 8am and 10am

April 1                         We will celebrate Christ’s resurrection with joyful worship including special music (at

                                    10am). After the 10am, there will be a reception with festive beverages, and an egg hunt!

 

LENTEN STUDY GROUP: MEETING JESUS IN THE GOSPEL OF JOHN – THURSDAYS 12-1:30

Have you ever wished to deepen your relationship with God? To experience a warm friendship with God? Maybe even fall in love with God – again – or for the very first time?
Meeting Jesus is a seven-week journey into deeper intimacy with God through reflection and prayer on the Gospel According to John. We will come together on Thursdays at noon to read, pray, and grow together.

We are currently meeting on Thursdays from 12-1:30 and will be ending March 22. Please let Mother Anne know if you would like to join the group so we can have enough prayer and study guides. anne@stgregoryschurch.org

 


 

 

ST GREGORY’S BOOK CLUB, NEXT MEETING MARCH 21 AT 7PM

“Before We Were Yours” by Lisa Wingate is the book selection for March 21 and for May 16, ”News of the World” by Paulette Jiles. April 18 will be a selection to be determined by David McCullough. All are invited.

 

NEXT COMMUNITY MEALS – PALM SUNDAY, MARCH 25

Volunteers at the soup kitchen this past Sunday included David Jolly, Suzanne Francis, Scott and  Elizabeth Hamilton, Mark and Cathy Leimbeck, Bill and Janet Foltz, Matthew and Scott Schaper, Desserts were provided by Scott and Elizabeth Hamilton, Mary Keller, Lynn Pike, Cissy Singleton, Sybil TenEyck, the Schapers, and the Foltzs,  Our next opportunity to serve is Sunday, March 25rh, Palm Sunday. 

Thank you,  Barb Schaper and Bill and Janet Foltz

 

WOULD YOU LIKE TO DONATE FLOWERS FOR THE SANCTUARY?

Currently, there are several dates available. Please contact Val Seilheimer (valscello1@aol.com) if you are interested.

March 29 (Maundy Thursday/Good Friday – for the altar of repose) – 2 donors needed

April 1 (Easter) - 1 donor needed

April 8 - 1 donor needed

April 15 - 2 donors needed

April 22 - 1 donor needed

April 29 - 1 donor needed

 

 

 

PRAYERS THIS WEEK, PLEASE REMEMBER…

The sickand those who need prayer, especially…Sue Mueller, Luke Schneider, Kathryn Kelly, Carrie, Walter S. Johnson, Scott Davison, Barbara Rice, Davison/Rice Family, Elizabeth Hamilton, Arlett Fishburne. 

Our companion parish in Madagascar, Santa Grégoire, Tolagnaro, and Dean Donné. 

For the departed…..

 

PARISH E-NEWSLETTER DEADLINE -  MONDAY, 9:30 AM

If you would like to have something included in the newsletter sent out midweek, please submit your article to parish@stgregoryschurch.org or call Charlene Vanderhulst (847-945-1678.)


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SERVICE SCHEDULE

Sunday
8:00 AM Contemplative Holy Eucharist 
9:00 AM Adult Bible Study

10:00 AM Holy Eucharist with music

             

 
Wednesday
7:00 AM Holy Eucharist with Healing Prayers