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Parish Newsletter

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

THIS SUNDAY AT ST. G’S –

8am – Worship

9am – Special Session: Come talk with Robbie Boudreaux about possibilities for a St. G’s Driving Ministry!

10am – Worship

11am – Coffee Hour (hosted by Janet and Bill Foltz)

 If you would like to prepare for Sunday’s Worship Service, please click on the link to read the Lessons and the Gospel from the Lectionary http://www.lectionarypage.net/YearC_RCL/Pentecost/CProp12_RCL.html

Genesis 18:20-32
Psalm 138
Colossians 2:6-15, (16-19)
Luke 11:1-13

 

ROLLING, ROLLING, ROLLING, KEEP THOSE WHEELS ROLLING! – THIS SUNDAY AT 9AM

St. G’s is a special place of welcome and community. Would you like to help extend that love to parishioners who can’t get to church on their own, or who need help getting to a doctor’s appointment? Sunday the 28th at 9am  Robbie Boudreaux from Faith in Action Volunteers will talk about how we can help our worshiping community (and others around us if we desire) to help bring people together. Want to learn more? Explore the idea? Find out all that’s involved? Join us!

 

NICASA BACK TO SCHOOL FAIR - AUGUST 3 AT 10AM - 12:30PM.

Thank you to everyone who donated school supplies for this event. If you are interested in coming to the Fair, please sign up in Founder’s Hall or email shelley@stgregoryschurch.org.

 

RED BAGS TO FEED THE HUNGRY – AUGUST 4

Our Red Bags to Feed the Hungry on August 4 will go to Vernon Township.  They have asked for instant potatoes, canned peaches and pears, tuna and canned chicken and condiments.   Grocery gift cards are always welcome as well.    Keep in mind that hunger does not take a summer vacation!

 

BACK TO SCHOOL GAME NIGHT – AUGUST 16 AT 6PM

Sign up for our Back To School Game Night with Christ United Methodist Church! We will be joining together for another game night on the last Friday before school starts again (August 16 6:00 - 8:00 pm at Christ UMC). This is a great time to get families together and avoid cooking dinner! All ages are welcome. Sign up in Founder’s Hall. Main dishes will be provided and we will pot luck sides and desserts.

 

BLESSING OF THE BACKPACKS - AUGUST 18 AT 10AM

Save the date for the Blessing of the Backpacks! All students and teachers are invited to bring your backpacks (or another bag of choice) to be blessed during the 10am service on August 18th. As you embark on another year of learning together, take our prayers with you!

 

WELCOME BACK TO CARUSO AND WILMOT STUDENTS/PARENTS - AUGUST 19, 7:30-9:00AM

Let’s welcome our elementary and middle school neighbors back to school! We will have coffee, juice, doughnut holes (of course), and fun signs to use for photo opportunities. This is a great opportunity for St. Gregory’s to tell our neighbors how much they mean to us – so please join us on the corner of Wilmot and Deerfield!

 

EXTEND HOSPITALITY WITH FOOD! – HOST COFFEE HOUR – DATES AVAILABLE IN AUGUST

If Coffee Hour is the first chance visitors have to really get to know our parish, and the best chance we all have to get to know each other better. Community is built over food and drink, just like Jesus did everywhere he went. Some hosts bring their own food (we all love the assortments that include protein and sweets!), and others thaw food from the freezer. The main responsibility is to set out coffee, mugs and food, then greet people at coffee hour, and clean up afterwards. If you are interested in hosting, or would like to co-host with someone else, sign up in Founder’s Hall, or email Mother Anne anne@stgregoryschurch.org .

 

BISHOP SEARCH UPDATE

The Search and Nominating Committee for the 13th Bishop of Chicago is hard at work to put together a Diocesan Profile and search for our next Bishop. You can stay up to date on the process for the search at the Diocesan Search Website:

https://chicagobishopsearch.org/news

  

BISHOP SEARCH LISTENING SESSIONS IN AUGUST

The Bishop Search & Nomination Committee is inviting all laypeople and clergy in the diocese to attend a bishop search listening session in August. Input received at the sessions will guide the committee as it writes the diocesan profile, a detailed description of the diocese that helps applicants learn more about the Diocese of Chicago and its people. The listening sessions, which will take place across the diocese and will focus on how attendees see God at work in the diocese, what challenges the people of the diocese are facing together, and what the diocese seeks in its next bishop. 

Listening sessions will take place:

August 3, 10 to 11:30 am at St. Gregory's, Deerfield

August 3, 1 to 2:30 pm at Emmanuel, Rockford

August 8, 7 to 8:30 pm at Ascension, Chicago

August 10, 10 to 11:30 am at St. Edmund's, Chicago

August 10, 1 to 2:30 pm at St. Paul's, Peoria

August 18, 3-4:30 pm at St. Mark's, Glen Ellyn

Additional listening sessions for clergy only will be announced soon. 

 

BOOK CLUB SELECTIONS – WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 21 AT 7PM
All are welcome to join the St. G’s Book Club that meets in the Conference Room at 7pm. 
August 21st – “A Woman of No Importance” by Sonia Purnell
September 18th – “The 57 Bus” by Dashka Slater
October 16th – “Everything Happens for a Reason and Other Lies I've Loved” by Kate Bowler

 

JOIN THE GROVERS BIBLE STUDY FELLOWSHIP – TONIGHT AT 7PM

Grovers Bible Study Fellowship meets during the summer months on the 4th Wednesday of the month in Founders Hall at 7 pm. (July 24, and August 21). All are welcome - you don’t need to live in Buffalo Grove!!

 

COMMUNITY MEALS – SEPTEMBER 15

Thanks to our volunteers Max Smith, Debbie and John Welker, Sybil TenEyck, Anne, David, Mary Katharine and Christina Jolly, Susan Zint, Janet and Bill Foltz, Barb and Scott Schaper and Steve, a person from Waukegan, served lunch to our neighbors in Waukegan.  Desserts were provided by Catherine Martin, Sybil TenEyck, Mary Keller, Carol Porter, Debbie and John Welker, Donna Hicks, Barb Schaper and the Hamiltons.  Our next opportunity to serve is Sunday, September 15th.

Barb Schaper and Janet and Bill Foltz

 

FAVORITE HYMNS... AND SECULAR SONGS TOO!

The music of our faith adds a familiar and meaningful texture to the most sacred moments of our lives - baptisms, weddings, funerals, liturgical feast days, and many others. They become inextricably intertwined with our life stories, and it is those stories we want to share this season of Pentecost! Once again, I'm asking for submissions of your favorite hymns from the Red Hymnal or the Music Issue. However, this time I'd like you to include not just a short sentence about why you like the hymn, but a story from YOUR life about why it means something to you, how you first came to hear it, etc! Length is not an issue... help us get to know each other through our love of music! If you submitted a hymn last year, feel free to repeat or pick something new - just tell us your story! 

BUT WAIT... there's more! :) In a related vein: our Broadway Sunday was such a hit a few months ago that we're planning to occasionally hold other Sunday services with themed music... and we'd like your input! So: what songs - even those that aren't explicitly sacred in nature - feel like hymns to you? What songs speak to your heart, fill you with joy or gratitude for God's gifts, or bring you closer to God... perhaps even without mentioning God by name at all? Some examples might include songs like All You Need is Love by the Beatles, Circle of Life from The Lion King, Defying Gravity from Wicked, Faithfully by Journey, or Happy by Pharrell Williams. Share your favorite song from ANY genre, and - just maybe - we'll all sing them together in a future Sunday service. :) 

There will be a place in the Sunday bulletin for you to handwrite your submissions and give them to me in person, but feel free to also email them to me at kathryn@stgregoryschurch.org.

 

PRAYERS THIS WEEK, PLEASE REMEMBER…

The sick, and those who need prayer, especially Joy, Adam and Lisa Ralph, Nancy Cook, Darrell Anderson, Jackie Heinlein, Michael Smith & Family, Trace Hendrickson, Nancy Johnson, Gerry Widemark, Joanne Baber. 

For the departed… Ron Ralph, Rhonda Reid.

 

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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THIS SUNDAY AT ST. G’S 

8am – Worship

9am – Formation is off for the summer

10am – Worship

11am – Coffee Hour (hosted by Susie Dutcher)

11am – All ages movie to see Lion King

For anyone who signed up to come to see the Lion King on the list in Founders' Hall, I have purchased our tickets for the 1:00 showing on Sunday! If you want to join us but did not sign up, I reserved seats E8-E13. Please go online and get your tickets as close to the rest of us as you can! Meet in Founders' Hall after the 10:00 service and we will decide if we will eat together first or meet at the theater!

Noon – Community Meals

We again  have the opportunity to serve at the Community Meals in Waukegan on Sunday, July 21st from 12 noon until 3:30 pm.  In Mother Anne's sermon on July 7th she referred to the passage in Luke 10 that was read at the Gospel and talked about  how we are called to help others in need.  We are also in need of baked goods (Contact Barb Schaper at bschaper7@aol.com.) This is also a wonderful opportunity to get to know your fellow St. Gregory's parishioners.

 

If you would like to prepare for Sunday’s Worship Service, please click on the link to read the Lessons and the Gospel from the Lectionary http://www.lectionarypage.net/YearC_RCL/Pentecost/CProp11_RCL.html

Genesis 18:1-10a
Psalm 15 
Colossians 1:15-28
Luke 10:38-42

 

EXTEND HOSPITALITY WITH FOOD! – HOST COFFEE HOUR

If Coffee Hour is the first chance visitors have to really get to know our parish, and the best chance we all have to get to know each other better. Community is built over food and drink, just like Jesus did everywhere he went. Some hosts bring their own food (we all love the assortments that include protein and sweets!), and others thaw food from the freezer. The main responsibility is to set out coffee, mugs and food, then greet people at coffee hour, and clean up afterwards. If you are interested in hosting, or would like to co-host with someone else, sign up in Founder’s Hall, or email Mother Anne anne@stgregoryschurch.org.

 

BISHOP SEARCH UPDATE

The Search and Nominating Committee for the 13th Bishop of Chicago is hard at work to put together a Diocesan Profile and search for our next Bishop. You can stay up to date on the process for the search at the Diocesan Search Website:

https://chicagobishopsearch.org/news

 

BISHOP SEARCH LISTENING SESSIONS IN AUGUST

The Bishop Search & Nomination Committee is inviting all laypeople and clergy in the diocese to attend a bishop search listening session in August. Input received at the sessions will guide the committee as it writes the diocesan profile, a detailed description of the diocese that helps applicants learn more about the Diocese of Chicago and its people. The listening sessions, which will take place across the diocese and will focus on how attendees see God at work in the diocese, what challenges the people of the diocese are facing together, and what the diocese seeks in its next bishop.

 

Listening sessions will take place:

August 3, 10 to 11:30 am at St. Gregory's, Deerfield

August 3, 1 to 2:30 pm at Emmanuel, Rockford

August 8, 7 to 8:30 pm at Ascension, Chicago

August 10, 10 to 11:30 am at St. Edmund's, Chicago

August 10, 1 to 2:30 pm at St. Paul's, Peoria

August 18, 3-4:30 pm at St. Mark's, Glen Ellyn

Additional listening sessions for clergy only will be announced soon. 

 

BOOK CLUB SELECTIONS – WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 21 AT 7PM
All are welcome to join the St. G’s Book Club that meets in the Conference Room at 7pm. 
August 21st – “A Woman of No Importance” by Sonia Purnell
September 18th – “The 57 Bus” by Dashka Slater
October 16th – “Everything Happens for a Reason and Other Lies I've Loved” by Kate Bowler


JOB SEARCH ASSISTANCE - SUNDAY, JULY 21 AT 10:15AM TILL NOON

This event is offered by Career Renewal Ministry and the meeting will feature our Advisors addressing various job search topics posed by the Participants. We are a group of several volunteer advisors who provide FREE one on one assistance to help individuals navigate the job search maze.  Established in 1986, Career Renewal has assisted more than 1000 people by walking with them through every step in the job search process. Meetings are held at the Holy Cross Church Community Room. Please bring 3 copies of your resume. 

www.careerrenewal.org

 

JOIN THE GROVERS BIBLE STUDY FELLOWSHIP – JULY 24 AT 7PM

Grovers Bible Study Fellowship meets during the summer months on the 4th Wednesday of the month in Founders Hall at 7 pm. (July 24, and August 21). All are welcome - you don’t need to live in Buffalo Grove!!

 

ROLLING, ROLLING, ROLLING, KEEP THOSE WHEELS ROLLING! – SUNDAY, JULY 28 AT 9AM

St. G’s is a special place of welcome and community. Would you like to help extend that love to parishioners who can’t get to church on their own, or who need help getting to a doctor’s appointment? Sunday the 28th at 9am  Robbie Boudreaux from Faith in Action Volunteers will talk about how we can help our worshiping community (and others around us if we desire) to help bring people together. Want to learn more? Explore the idea? Find out all that’s involved? Join us!

 

BLESSING OF THE BACKPACKS - AUGUST 18 AT 10AM

Save the date for the Blessing of the Backpacks! All students and teachers are invited to bring your backpacks (or another bag of choice) to be blessed during the 10am service on August 18th. As you embark on another year of learning together, take our prayers with you!

 

WELCOME BACK TO CARUSO AND WILMOT STUDENTS/PARENTS - AUGUST 19 FROM 7:30-9:00AM

Let’s welcome our elementary and middle school neighbors back to school! We will have coffee, juice, doughnut holes (of course), and fun signs to use for photo opportunities. This is a great opportunity for St. Gregory’s to tell our neighbors how much they mean to us – so please join us on the corner of Wilmot and Deerfield!

 

FAVORITE HYMNS... AND SECULAR SONGS TOO!

The music of our faith adds a familiar and meaningful texture to the most sacred moments of our lives - baptisms, weddings, funerals, liturgical feast days, and many others. They become inextricably intertwined with our life stories, and it is those stories we want to share this season of Pentecost! Once again, I'm asking for submissions of your favorite hymns from the Red Hymnal or the Music Issue. However, this time I'd like you to include not just a short sentence about why you like the hymn, but a story from YOUR life about why it means something to you, how you first came to hear it, etc! Length is not an issue... help us get to know each other through our love of music! If you submitted a hymn last year, feel free to repeat or pick something new - just tell us your story! 

BUT WAIT... there's more! :) In a related vein: our Broadway Sunday was such a hit a few months ago that we're planning to occasionally hold other Sunday services with themed music... and we'd like your input! So: what songs - even those that aren't explicitly sacred in nature - feel like hymns to you? What songs speak to your heart, fill you with joy or gratitude for God's gifts, or bring you closer to God... perhaps even without mentioning God by name at all? Some examples might include songs like All You Need is Love by the Beatles, Circle of Life from The Lion King, Defying Gravity from Wicked, Faithfully by Journey, or Happy by Pharrell Williams. Share your favorite song from ANY genre, and - just maybe - we'll all sing them together in a future Sunday service. :) 

There will be a place in the Sunday bulletin for you to handwrite your submissions and give them to me in person, but feel free to also email them to me at kathryn@stgregoryschurch.org.

 

PRAYERS THIS WEEK, PLEASE REMEMBER…

The sick, and those who need prayer, especially Jackie Heinlein, Michael Smith & Family, Alan Bryson, Trace Hendrickson, Emma, Hugh, Darius, Jessica and Zach, Nancy Johnson, Priscilla Condon, Taz & Sarah Roberts, Gerry Widemark, Joanne Baber. 

For the departed… Rhonda Reid, Ann L Maude.

 

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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THIS SUNDAY AT ST. G’S – BRING YOUR SCHOOL SUPPLIES

Nicasa Behavioral Health Services is organizing a Back to School Fair for their clients, where they plan to give backpacks and supplies to over 500 students in Lake County. St. G’s has been supporting Nicasa for nearly 3 years, and we are excited to be included in this fair. We have committed to provide: 500 yellow highlighters, 250 Elmer’s Glue Sticks, 200 Elmer’s Glue Bottles, 500 Pencil Topper Erasers, 500 clear tape, and some backpacks. We also can provide TI-34II Scientific Calculators. Ask friends and family to help with the donations! Let them know St. G’s loves our community and invite them to share that love. We will bless them all at the worship services.

8am – Worship

9am – Formation is off for the summer

10am – Joyful Noise Sunday Worship


On Joyful Noise Sunday Services, we shake up our service with a fusion of traditional worship and non-traditional music from a variety of genres. This Sunday will feature secular songs that have helped people in our community experience God. Come and connect with the Holy Spirit and each other in a new way – bring a friend for the fun!

11am – Coffee Hour (hosted by Mary Rodgers and family)

 

If you would like to prepare for Sunday’s Worship Service, please click on the link to read the Lessons and the Gospel from the Lectionary http://www.lectionarypage.net/YearC_RCL/Pentecost/CProp10_RCL.html

Deuteronomy 30:9-14

Psalm 82
Colossians 1:1-14
Luke 10:25-37

 

EXTEND HOSPITALITY WITH FOOD! – HOST COFFEE HOUR

If Coffee Hour is the first chance visitors have to really get to know our parish, and the best chance we all have to get to know each other better. Community is built over food and drink, just like Jesus did everywhere he went. Some hosts bring their own food (we all love the assortments that include protein and sweets!), and others thaw food from the freezer. The main responsibility is to set out coffee, mugs and food, then greet people at coffee hour, and clean up afterwards. If you are interested in hosting, or would like to co-host with someone else, sign up in Founder’s Hall, or email Mother Anne anne@stgregoryschurch.org .

 

ALTAR FLOWER DONOR NEEDED – JULY 28

If you are interested in donating flowers for the worship services on July 28, or ANY other Sunday, please contact Val Seilheimer ( valscello1@aol.com) . Val will help you with the process!

 

AN EVENING WITH PRESIDING BISHOP MICHAEL CURRY - JULY 31 AT 6:30PM
On July 31 at 6:30 p.m. at 
St. James Cathedral, Presiding Bishop Curry will appear in conversation with Dean Dominic Barrington. Tickets are $22 and include a signed copy of "The Power of Love: Sermons, Reflections, and Wisdom to Uplift and Inspire." If you are interested in attending with a group from St. G’s, please email Charlene Vanderhulst (parish@stgregoryschurch.org). Purchase tickets online: https://www.saintjamescathedral.org/cathedral-tickets

https://www.amazon.com/Power-Love-Sermons-reflections-inspire/dp/0525542892


 

BISHOP SEARCH UPDATE

The Search and Nominating Committee for the 13th Bishop of Chicago is hard at work to put together a Diocesan Profile and search for our next Bishop. You can stay up to date on the process for the search at the Diocesan Search Website:

https://chicagobishopsearch.org/news

  

FAVORITE HYMNS... AND SECULAR SONGS TOO!

The music of our faith adds a familiar and meaningful texture to the most sacred moments of our lives - baptisms, weddings, funerals, liturgical feast days, and many others. They become inextricably intertwined with our life stories, and it is those stories we want to share this season of Pentecost! Once again, I'm asking for submissions of your favorite hymns from the Red Hymnal or the Music Issue. However, this time I'd like you to include not just a short sentence about why you like the hymn, but a story from YOUR life about why it means something to you, how you first came to hear it, etc! Length is not an issue... help us get to know each other through our love of music! If you submitted a hymn last year, feel free to repeat or pick something new - just tell us your story! 

BUT WAIT... there's more! :) In a related vein: our Broadway Sunday was such a hit a few months ago that we're planning to occasionally hold other Sunday services with themed music... and we'd like your input! So: what songs - even those that aren't explicitly sacred in nature - feel like hymns to you? What songs speak to your heart, fill you with joy or gratitude for God's gifts, or bring you closer to God... perhaps even without mentioning God by name at all? Some examples might include songs like All You Need is Love by the Beatles, Circle of Life from The Lion King, Defying Gravity from Wicked, Faithfully by Journey, or Happy by Pharrell Williams. Share your favorite song from ANY genre, and - just maybe - we'll all sing them together in a future Sunday service. :) 

There will be a place in the Sunday bulletin for you to handwrite your submissions and give them to me in person, but feel free to also email them to me at kathryn@stgregoryschurch.org.

 

BOOK CLUB SELECTIONS – JULY 17 AT 7PM
All are welcome to join the St. G’s Book Club that meets in the Conference Room at 7pm. 
July 17th – “The Library Book” by Susan Orlean
August 21st – “A Woman of No Importance” by Sonia Purnell
September 18th – “The 57 Bus” by Dashka Slater
October 16th – “Everything Happens for a Reason and Other Lies I've Loved” by Kate Bowler


JOB SEARCH ASSISTANCE - SUNDAY, JULY 21 AT 10:15AM TILL NOON

This event is offered by Career Renewal Ministry and the meeting will feature our Advisors addressing various job search topics posed by the Participants. We are a group of several volunteer advisors who provide FREE one on one assistance to help individuals navigate the job search maze.  Established in 1986, Career Renewal has assisted more than 1000 people by walking with them through every step in the job search process. Meetings are held at the Holy Cross Church Community Room. Please bring 3 copies of your resume. 

www.careerrenewal.org

 

COMMUNITY MEALS - SUNDAY, JULY 21 AT NOON

We again  have the opportunity to serve at the Community Meals in Waukegan on Sunday, July 21st from 12 noon until 3:30 pm.  In Mother Anne's sermon on July 7th she referred to the passage in Luke 10 that was read at the Gospel and talked about  how we are called to help others in need.  We are also in need of baked goods.  Please sign up on the sheet in Founders Hall or contact Barb Schaper at bschaper7@aol.com. This is also a wonderful opportunity to get to know your fellow St. Gregory's parishioners.

 

ALL AGES MOVIE OUTING TO SEE LION KING – SUNDAY, JULY 21

Sign up to join us as we go see the new Lion King movie after church on July 21! We will go to the AMC Theater so we can have lunch. Shelley will order tickets ahead of time so we can all sit together. Sign up in Founders' Hall, or email Shelley Byrnes at shelley@stgregoryschurch.org . Bring friends, neighbors and all your family for this fun outing! 

 

JOIN THE GROVERS BIBLE STUDY FELLOWSHIP – JULY 24 AT 7PM

Grovers Bible Study Fellowship meets during the summer months on the 4th Wednesday of the month in Founders Hall at 7 pm. (July 24, and August 21). All are welcome - you don’t need to live in Buffalo Grove!!

 

ROLLING, ROLLING, ROLLING, KEEP THOSE WHEELS ROLLING! – SUNDAY, JULY 28 AT 9AM

St. G’s is a special place of welcome and community. Would you like to help extend that love to parishioners who can’t get to church on their own, or who need help getting to a doctor’s appointment? Sunday the 28th at 9am  Robbie Boudreaux from Faith in Action Volunteers will talk about how we can help our worshipping community (and others around us if we desire) to help bring people together. Want to learn more? Explore the idea? Find out all that’s involved? Join us!

 

BLESSING OF THE BACKPACKS - AUGUST 18 AT 10AM

Save the date for the Blessing of the Backpacks! All students and teachers are invited to bring your backpacks (or another bag of choice) to be blessed during the 10am service on August 18th. As you embark on another year of learning together, take our prayers with you!

 

WELCOME BACK TO CARUSO AND WILMOT STUDENTS/PARENTS - AUGUST 19 FROM 7:30-9:00AM

Let’s welcome our elementary and middle school neighbors back to school! We will have coffee, juice, doughnut holes (of course), and fun signs to use for photo opportunities. This is a great opportunity for St. Gregory’s to tell our neighbors how much they mean to us – so please join us on the corner of Wilmot and Deerfield!

 

WEDNESDAY MORNING HOLY EUCHARIST – 8AM, EVERY WEDNESDAY – TRY IT FOR THE SUMMER!

All are invited to join us on Wednesday mornings at 8am for Holy Eucharist. This is a short service that includes prayers for healing and health. The service is followed by a continental breakfast in the kitchen.

 

COMMUNITY PLAY GROUP – FRIDAYS, 9:00AM – 11:00AM

We have started a community Play Group for parents and caregivers of children infants - 4 years old on Fridays 9:00 - 11:00 am. If you are interested in attending or in hosting the group (provide snacks, hang out with the parents/caregivers and kids) please contact shelley@stgregoryschurch.org

 

PRAYERS THIS WEEK, PLEASE REMEMBER…

The sick, and those who need prayer, especially Don Challingsworth, Emma, Hugh, Darius, Jessica and Zach, Nancy Johnson, Priscilla Condon, Ralph Laurell, Stewart Segal, Taz & Sarah Roberts, Gerry Widemark, Joanne Baber. 

For the departed… Anne Shields, David Ingram, Dorothy Britt, Ann L Maude.

 

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
8:00 AM Holy Eucharist with Healing Prayers
 

UPCOMING EVENTS