Parish Events

April

April 27-29th: Men’s Cursillo at Christ the King Spiritual Life Center
For info visit Albany Cursillo or contact John Hyde by phone at (518) 376-9477 or email him by clicking here.

April 28th: Free Pampering, 9am-1pm
St. Luke’s on the Hill (Halfmoon) and Studio D will partner to provide hand-paraffin treatments, hair washes, cuts and styles, plus nail polishing, and 8 x 10 photos (all free). The location is Studio D at 1602 Route Nine, Suite 6, Clifton Park, Town of Halfmoon, 12065 (Next to Grecian Gardens and behind Computer Answers.) Appointments are necessary. Call Tara at 518-577-7772 or email: Taussie@nycap.rr.com No child care will be available.

April 28th: Spring Lunch, Grace Church, Mohawk is having a SPRING LUNCH   and BAKE SALE from 11 am.  to  2 pm.  Home made  Soups and  Sandwiches for $6.  Indulge your sweet tooth  at the Bake Sale and choose from  Cookies, Brownies, Cupcakes , etc.  Lunches can be enjoyed in the Parish Hall or packaged for TAKE OUT.

April 29th:  Prisoner Justice Issues Forum St. Andrew;s Church, Albany
Join us at St. Andrew’s Episcopal Church at approximately 11:15 a.m. after the 10 a.m. Holy Eucharist on Sunday, April 29 for a special forum related to prison justice issues. Doug Van Zandt and Alicia Barraza from the Campaign for Alternatives to Isolated Confinement (CAIC) will be here to discuss their son’s mental illness and experience with the criminal justice system and solitary confinement.  They will then speak more about the use of solitary confinement in New York State and how to change it through their work with the H.A.L.T. Solitary Confinement Act (A.3080/S.4784). Doug recently built a replica solitary confinement cell, which he will bring to St. Andrew’s for his talk. For more information on this topic, see this Times Union article: https://www.timesunion.com/local/article/Grondahl-Building-prison-cell-eases-father-s-12784832.php. Call St. Andrew’s at 518.489.4747 with questions. 

May

May 3rd:  2018 PRAY FOR AMERICA UNITY “Making Every Effort To Keep The Unity Of The Spirit Through The Bond Of Peace”  7:00am St. James Church, Lake George
Ephesians 4:3 Come join us in prayer for our military, government, schools, families, churches, and media.  Prayer Gathering on the Green at 7:00pm For Information Contact: St James Church 518-668-2001

May 4th: Community Christian Concert St. Paul’s Church, Waddington
Celebrating the 200th year anniversary of St Paul’s Episcopal Church in Waddington, we are hosting a Community Christian Concert 7-9 p.m.  All are invited to come!!! Worship will be led by worship leaders around the North Country. Please come and join us!!!

May 6th: Kinderook Crop Walk St Paul’s Kinderhook
Saint Paul’s will host the Annual Kinderhook Crop Walk to End Hunger. McNary Center. Gather at 1pm, Step off at 2pm. Chair Massage with Bleu Andersen LMT available. Contact Bee Gee Roppolo for more information. 518-320-6232 or BJRoppolo@gmail.com

May 6th: Installation of The Reverend Daniel Jones as Rector St. Michael’s Church
All are invited. Reception immediately following. Your prayers and presence are requested. RSVP: stmichaels.colonie@gmail.com / 518-869-6417

May 6th: Spring Concert St. Stephen’s, Schuylerville,
Violinist Tania Susi, of Saratoga Springs, with her daughters Sonia and Eden on violin and Juliette on cello, will be offering beautiful string ensemble music.  Also featured on the program will be baritone John Alecci.  Douglas Bischoff, organist at St. Stephen’s will accompany the musicians.  The concert is a celebration of the 150th anniversary of St. Stephen’s Church building.  Music will include songs of Stephen Foster and hymns that were popular at the time of the church’s founding in 1868. The concert will begin at 4:00 p.m. in the Sanctuary.  There will be a post-concert reception in the Parish Hall.  As part of the New York State Landmark Conservancy’s Sacred Sites program, the church  will be open for self-guided tours from 2:00 p.m. until 4:00 p.m. Admission is free, but donations for the music ministry program at St. Stephen’s will be gratefully appreciated.

May 9th: Healing Service Christ Church, Coxsackie
Christ Episcopal Church, Coxsackie has a healing service, the 2nd Wednesday of each month at 7pm. The service is intended to be spirit-led and generally includes music, a short talk and prayer. Come and bring a hurting friend.

May 10th: Choral Evensong St. Andrew’s Church, Albany
On Ascension Day, May 10, St. Andrew’s Church, North Main and Madison Ave, in Albany will hold a Choral Evensong at 7:00pm in the Church. All are welcomed to join us,

May 18-20: Daughters of the King Spring Assembly at Christ the King Spiritual Life Center. Province II Daughters of the King spring assembly will take place this May! Go to  http://www.doknational.org and to to events, Province events and the information and registration form is on line for Province II if you have not already received it.  If you need any information, email.  The National president will be joining us.

October

October 11-12: Amish Country Tour with Longwood Gardens and “Jesus”
Join  Trinity Church, Lansingburg on a trip to Amish Country including a tour of Longwood Gardens and to see the production of “Jesus” at Sight and Sound Theater. Price is $275/pp double occupancy and $325 for a single. For more information call Nancy Beatty at 518-928-1909.

 

To have your event posted please email it to mkeegan@albanydiocese.org