Another Way to Support PACEM

chapstick classicIf you would like to support this ministry, but were unable to sign up to volunteer you can donate one or more of the following items – lip balm, tea, foam earplugs, throat lozenges, current magazines, “prizes” for bingo and bunco games. You may leave items in the basket in the parish hall.

The Sewing Room: Uncommon Reflections on Life, Love and Work

the sewing roomFor those who loved hearing the Rev. Crafton here at St. Paul’s Ivy in the 2014 Lenten Speaker series, this book offers a welcome opportunity to hear about her experiences ministering among merchant seafarers, the homeless, the bereaved, AIDS patients, and others whom she encountered in her work as port chaplain in New York and New Jersey, and as an Episcopal priest at Trinity Church on Wall Street. Her voice of compassion and her self-deprecating humor entertain and involve the reader in each of the thirty-eight short stories in this book. In her Introduction, Crafton writes: “This book is a string of people’s moments: snapshots of diverse people in many different situations who nonetheless all have said something to me about my own life. And to you about yours, I hope.”

Copies of this book may be found on the table at the rear  of the church. You are welcome to borrow and then return  the book to this same place.

Wednesdays in Lent: Suppers and Speakers

lent 05Supper in the Parish Hall for all ages at 5:45 p.m.
Speakers’ Program 6:30-7:30 p.m.
Children’s Choir 6:30-7:30 p.m.
Nursery care available

February 25: Let the Word Move You with Kate Burke
March 4: Be the Change You Want to See with David LaMotte
March 11: How Atlanta Changed our Lives with SPISH Missioners
March 18: What is Episcopal Peace Fellowship? with the Rev. Allison Liles
March 25: Family Eucharist with the Rev. Eric Liles