Week of March 5, 2017

Wizards and Wonders Part II, The Chamber of Secrets, continues this Sunday at 2PM! Invitations and fliers on the Ushers Table.

Daily Lent Meditations are available on our Instagram page. Follow @stmarysmohegan for daily meditation posts as well as other inspiring updates. 

St. Mary’s has a new App by ShareFaith.  Download it today from the App Store on iPhone or the Google Play Store on Android.  If you used our eChurch App migrate over to ShareFaith!

St. Mary’s has a long history of educating children here and abroad—Nicaragua, Tanzania and now Armenia–“Will you help a stranger, will you help a child learn, will you help the students of Hatsavan? Speak to Christopher Wilson about donations for the school of Hatsavan, Armenia and visit his website to read more!

Fundraiser for St. Mary’s at Panera Bread Cortlandt Town Center – Eat there on Wednesday, March 15 between 4 and 8PM present the flyer and 10% goes to St. Mary’s. Must have flyer for contribution. Flyers can be found here. Share with friends, print it off and take it with you! 

Save the Date:  St. Mary’s Mission Club joins Bowling To Beat Hunger (supporting CFP) at Cortlandt lanes, Sunday, March 26th 2-5PM.  Pre-sale tickets available at coffee hour. Event Flyer available here.

Do You Love to Sing?  Announcing St. Mary’s Cantors Guild! Help us lead the singing on Sundays.  Professional training not required.  Sign-up for informational meeting on an upcoming Sunday.

Communion Celebration Class is Coming! Starting April 8 with kick off Palm Saturday Retreat.  Workshops Wednesdays April 26 through May 31.  Celebration Sunday is June 4th.

Altar Guild: We worship the Lord in the beauty of holiness and still someone has to do the dishes! Dip your toe in to the work of The Altar Guild.  See the signup sheet and attend the Altar Guild Meeting in the Sanctuary on Saturday, March 11 at 9AM.

A contribution was made to the Community Food Pantry in memory of Thomas Loughran by the CFP Volunteers.

A contribution was made to Midnight Run in loving memory of Pam Gordineer Arnone by her mother, Lorraine Gordineer.