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Welcome to the weekly parish newsletter of St. Gregory's Episcopal Church in Deerfield, Illinois.

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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SCOUT SUNDAY SHOW SCOUT SPIRIT – THIS SUNDAY, FEBRUARY 25

Scouts of all ages are encouraged to show your Scout Spirit and wear your uniform as we honor the ministry and tradition of scouting at St. Gregory’s.  St. Gregory’s is the Charter organization for Troop 50, Pack 50 and Pack 109, and we sponsor Girl Scout troop 41163. We are honored to have them participate in the service, and they will be available to answer questions about their activities during Coffee Hour.

 

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

 

 

PLEASE HELP YOUR 2018 VESTRY

The main role of the Vestry is to discern God's will in how we at St. Gregory's achieve our mission and live out our core values.  To help us do that, the Vestry invites each and every parishioner to pray for us, just as we are responsible for praying daily for St. Gregory's parishioners.  We also invite each parishioner to talk with at least one vestry member prior to March 9 - that is when we go on retreat to discern our goals for 2018 and beyond - so we really want to hear your thoughts about St. Gregory's before that!  Thank you in advance for your help!" 

Our Vestry members are Michele Appelbaum, Julie Ann Ariano, Ed Bayer, Caroline Bielski, Nancy Buller, Kevin Christenson, Bill Foltz, Kelly Gearhart Mike Hamilton (Warden), Scott Hamilton, Ann Jolly (Rector), Dan Nicholas, Scott Schaper, Ob Soonthornsima, Leigh Stewart (Warden). 

Please call the Parish Office at 847-945-1608 to receive the phone number of the Vestry member you would like to call.

 

 

ST GREGORY’S BOOK CLUB –TODAY, FEBRUARY 21 AT 7PM

The group will discuss the classic selection “Rebecca” by Daphne du Maurier.

 

CHILDREN’S YOUTH AND MINISTRY VISIONING WORKSHOP – MARCH 3 & 4

We will build clarity and consensus through a fun, positive process, so we hope to see a wide variety of people involved. We will come out of the process with four documents pertaining to our children’s and youth ministry’s future:

  • Mission Statement
  • Core Values
  • 3-year goals
  • Structure of the ministry

Everyone is welcome.  Come help us set forth a vision for our children and youth.  Attendance at both meetings is encouraged. If you cannot come to both meetings, please come to one. 

  • Session 1: Saturday, March 3, 9:00-11:30am  
  • Session 2: Sunday, March 4, 11:30-2:30 (a light meal of sandwiches will be served)

For more information, please contact Suzanne Francis (suzanne.tavares@gmail.com), Julia Nelson (Julia.a.nelson@earthlink.net) or Scott Schaper (sschaper19@gmail.com).

 

INTERFAITH DISCUSSION ON GUN VIOLENCE – FEBRUARY 21, 7PM

As we all know from the tragedy this week in Florida, Gun Violence is a problem that America continues to deal with. Gun Violence is now the number one cause of death for children in Illinois. Doctors are declaring Gun Violence a public health epidemic in the US. We all know this is a problem, but there are no easy answers. Join us at this Interfaith Discussion on the topic of Gun Violence to see how a local Rabbi, an Imam, a Reverend and a Sikh are approaching solutions to gun violence driven by their faith tradition. Sponsored by Moms Demand Action of the Chicago North Suburbs, Wednesday, February 21, 7-8:30pm, Libertyville Civic Center, 135 W. Church St., Libertyville. RSVP:https://tinyurl.com/yb3eqqbs and contact Jenny Stadelmann at DeerfieldDemandsAction@gmail.com with questions. 

 

DO YOU HAVE KEYS TO THE CHURCH?

If so, please contact Charlene (parish@stgregoryschurch.org847-945-1678as we are trying to take inventory. If you no longer use your key, please consider returning it as soon as possible. Thanks!

 

MAKE A JOYFUL NOISE UNTO THE LORD – AND HAVE FUN DOING IT!

Music can be one of the most empowering and transformative aspects of the worship experience - it moves us in ways that words often cannot. This year, I invite you all to join with me in making Colossians 3:16 the cornerstone of our musical worship at St. Gregory’s: "Let the word of Christ dwell in you richly; teach and admonish one another in all wisdom; and with gratitude in your hearts sing psalms, hymns, and spiritual songs to God." Music embeds the word of Christ deeply into our hearts, it facilitates both teaching and learning, and can be one of the more profound ways we pray to God. One excellent way you can enjoy its blessing is by singing in the choir! I know there are plenty of reasons to NOT sing in choir, but (spoiler alert): those reasons aren’t very good. :)

  • "I don't have a good voice!" You don't have to be a Broadway star or the next American Idol! Every voice has something unique to offer, and the beauty of choral singing is that it lets you share your voice in a safe place where the whole invariably becomes greater than the sum of its parts.
  • "I'm busy on Wednesday nights!" This year our Wednesday rehearsals will be used more for advance prep for special services like Holy Week or Christmas. Feel free to come only to the pre-service rehearsal at 9:15am on Sunday mornings and then share the fruits of your labor at the 10am service!
  • "I can't commit to every single Sunday morning!" Not a problem! Come as often as you can/want - once a month, only during Advent, only on the leap year. :) You are welcome anytime you feel like you need a little more music in your life.

So why SHOULD you sing in choir? Maybe singing is a skill you've always wanted to learn, maybe you sang/played an instrument in school and would like to rediscover an old talent, or maybe you've never sung in a choir before and are just curious what it'd be like. :) Or maybe you're giving up a vice for Lent (like your fear of public singing!) and suddenly feel a little extra motivation to "let the word of Christ dwell in your richly." :) Join us for a Sunday or two and find out for yourself! 

If you’re on the fence or want more info, email me at kathryn@stgregoryschurch.org or visit this link to join an email list for occasional updates on what the choir is singing in upcoming weeks/months!

 

 

VESTRY MEETING NEWS

At its meeting on February 13, your Vestry: 

·         Elected Nancy Buller as Treasurer and Ed Bayer as Clerk.  Each year at its first meeting the new vestry is required by our parish constitution to elect the Treasurer and Clerk for the coming year. We also approved a Bank Resolution to update signatories on bank and securities transactions.

·         Approved the Rectory Renovation Project which will make long overdue improvements to the kitchen and master bath in the Rectory.  Funding is available through Endowment Fund draws designated for this purpose from the years 2017, 2016, 2013, and the Major Improvements account.

·         Discussed needs for Children’s Church Leaders & an additional member on the Design Team.  For Children's Church, the children and leaders leave after the Gospel and mirror what we do while they are gone, but in an age-adjusted way.  We are considering having a team of 4-6 people as Children's Church Leaders who will be trained by Mother Anne and rotate Sundays. The Design Team needs a process-oriented person to join them in developing the structure for our new Family Ministry which is a very important initiative for our church life. Anyone interested in learning more about these opportunities to serve please contact Mother Anne (anne@stgregoryschurch.org).

 

DIRECTOR OF FAMILY MINISTRIES SEARCH UPDATE

Following the structure laid out in our report from Ministry Architects, we have formed a Search Team to give structure to our needs, and run the search for a new Family Minister for St. Gregory’s. We have had over 20 people apply, we have completed the phone interview part of our search, and we are in the process of scheduling video interviews with a selected group of candidates. Please continue to pray for the search team, and the candidates we are interviewing. 

Search Team members are: Butler Sharpe, Mary Rodgers, Mike Hamilton, Julie Ann Ariano, and Ana Soonthornsima.

 

PRAYERS THIS WEEK, PLEASE REMEMBER…

The sickand those who need prayer, especially…Carrie, Ed Collins, Kathryn Kelly, Herb Landon, Synda Nelson, Clete, Mary Bryce, Rebecca Bernhardt, Harvey Rion, David Schaper, Grace Stadelmann. Anita, Jerry & Terry Lanigan. 

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

For the departed…..Myra Byrne.

 

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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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
 

UPCOMING EVENTS