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RED BAG COLLECTION – SUNDAY, OCTOBER 1

Our Red Bags this month will go to the Vernon Township Food Pantry.  This month they need tuna, can chicken, pasta sauce, cereal boxes and feminine hygiene products. The pantry is always so grateful for St. Gregory’s generosity and sends their heartfelt thanks!

 

VISUAL FAITH WORKSHOP – OCTOBER 1, 3PM TO 6PM

Learn new and creative ways of engaging scripture and exploring your faith! This intergenerational workshop is open to the community, and will be led by nationally-recognized Visual Faith coaches, Connie Denninger and Pat Maier. We will explore spiritual practices such as scripture journaling, visual prayer, and more. Connect your heart, mind, and soul to scripture!

 

THE PUMPKINS ARE COMING!!!!!

This year’s pumpkin delivery is set for October 8, at 12:30pm.  New and exciting events are planned, details to follow… Volunteers will be needed to man the patch, and ALL HANDS ON DECK for the great pumpkin unloading!!

Sign up here for shift options: http://www.signupgenius.com/go/409084aa8a729a4f49-pumpkin.   For those of you who would prefer, a signup sheet is located in Founder’s Hall also. 

 

ICONOGRAPHER JOSEPH MALHAM EXHIBITION - SATURDAY, OCTOBER 7, 3PM – 10PM

Joseph Malham spoke at St. Gregory’s a few years ago about his work. It's time for his annual icon exhibition in his artist's studio at St. Gregory the Great Church. Please come join us for an afternoon of icons, fellowship and the opportunity to enjoy sacred art in a beautiful setting. Food and restoratives will be served. There will be new icon panels, works on paper, prints and the debut of the new 6' Croce San Gregorio; an icon cross in the style of the 13th Century Masters. The Icon Exhibition will be held on Saturday, October 7, 2017, 3:00 pm – 10:00 pm, at St. Gregory the Great Church, 5545 N. Paulina, Chicago, IL  60640.

 

INTERFAITH PERFORMANCE  - OCTOBER 14, 7PM

Keeping Faith: Three Sisters of Story will be held on October 14, 7 PM, at First Presbyterian Church of Deerfield on Waukegan Road. This is sponsored by the interfaith clergy group for Southeast Lake County.  

In these difficult and dark times, let the power of storytelling illuminate our hearts.  Three exceptional storytellers will share stories from their own faiths—Christian, Jewish and Muslim—to transcend differences through shared belief in the power of compassion.  Come bask in the luminous light.   

Tickets are $10 each. Proceeds beyond the cost of the performance will be given to Deerfield Township Food Pantry.

 

CROP HUNGER WALK 2017 – SUNDAY, OCTOBER 15, 12:30PM

This year’s CROP walk registration begins at 12:30 pm at St. Giles Episcopal Church in Northbrook at 3025 Walters Avenue (Northbrook). Step-off time is 1:00 pm. There is a 5K walk, and a 1K Family walk with lots of great activities for kids!  

CROP Hunger Walks help to provide food and water, as well as resources that empower people to meet their own needs. From seeds and tools, to wells and water systems, to technical training and micro-enterprise loans, the key is people working together to identify their own development priorities, their strengths and their needs something CWS has learned through some 69 years of working in partnership around the world. Glenbrook CROP Hunger Walk has raised over $650,000 over the past thirty-two years. Last year (2016), walkers raised $33,000. In addition, the St. Peter’s Legacy Fund (Northfield) donated $58,300. From these donations, $18,300 went to Northfield Township Food Pantry, and over $4,500 went to West Deerfield Township Food Pantry.  This year we will include Hunger Resource Network with our local recipients.  

Join St. Gregory’s walking team, or donate online here: https://www.crophungerwalk.org/northbrookil/Team/View/47954/St-Gregorys-Episcopal

 

BLESSING OF THE ANIMALS – SUNDAY, OCTOBER 15, 5:00PM

Join us for the Blessing of the Animals on the lawn at the corner of Deerfield and Wilmot (by the Pumpkin Patch!) for the Blessing of the Animals. All God’s critters are invited to receive a blessing and celebrate St. Francis, the patron saint of animals!

 

HURRICANE RELIEF EFFORTS – EPISCOPAL RELIEF AND DEVELOPMENT

Monetary donations can be given to St. Gregory’s to be sent as a group, or can be made individually online: www.episcopalrelief.org

 

MEMORIAL GARDEN UPDATE 

The plantings are thriving in our new Memorial Garden. Many thanks to David Eubanks and Eubanks Environmental. The teak benches for the ellipse have arrived and will be installed as soon as the cement foundations are complete. If you have not yet made plans for an internment plot in the Memorial Garden please see Mother Anne and make arrangements. The Memorial Garden is a peaceful, beautiful, spiritual place for remembrance of loved ones. If you have any questions about the Memorial Garden, funded by a gift from the Elliott family, please contact Scott Elliott or Jim Swager.  

 

BOOK CLUB – TONIGHT, SEPTEMBER 20, 7PM

The book club will meet Wednesday, September 20, at 7pm to discuss Commonwealth by Ann Patchett.

 

WOMEN’S FALL GATHERING & RETREAT – OCTOBER 28 & 29   

Nurturing the Spirit – a fall women’s retreat held by the women of the Diocese of Chicago -  will be held at the DeKoven Center in Racine, Wisconsin. Retreat Leader is The Rev. Mollie Ward, Diocese of Springfield. Women of all faiths are invited. If interested, please pick up a pamphlet in Founders Hall.

 

COMMUNITY MEALS THANKS THOSE WHO SERVED

Cathy Leimbeck, Peggi Adams, Debbie and John Welker, Elizabeth and Scott Hamilton, Janet and Bill Foltz, Barbara, Matthew and Scott Schaper prepared and served lunch to our neighbors in Waukegan. Thank you to the people who provided desserts: Debbie Welker, Sybil TenEyck, Karen Nicholas, Cissy Singleton, Mary Keller, Lynn Pike, Scott and Elizabeth Hamilton, and the Schapers.  Our next turn to serve is Sunday, November 12th.

Thanks,  Barb Schaper and Janet and Bill Foltz

 

PRAYERS THIS WEEK, PLEASE REMEMBER…

The sick, and those who need prayer, especially…Pat Beuttas, Judy McCann, Megan Lawrence, Alexis & Beatrix, Sandra Mitchell, Claire Breyer, Liz Larson, Sue, Michele Schmidt, Bob Ramey, Dianne Shelton, Diane Jones and David Ingram. 

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

For the departed…. Julie Yusi, Richard Babcock, David Kurokawa

 

PARISH E-NEWSLETTER DEADLINE IS 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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CHOIR PRACTICE RESUMES TODAY - SEPTEMBER 13 AT 7:15 PM

Choir practices are starting up again! We invite all interested singers to join us in the Sanctuary on Wednesday, September 13 at 7:15pm. We practice every Wednesday, and sing at the 10:00am service on Sundays.

 

THIS SUNDAY – HELP SERVE THOSE IN NEED OF A HOT MEAL FROM  NOON TO 3:30 PM

On Sunday, September 17th, it will once again be our turn to serve a hot meal at the Waukegan Community Meals program.   Opportunities are available to help prepare and serve a mid day meal.  We also are in need of desserts if you are unable to join us, We meet at 12 noon and are finished by 3:30 pm.  If you have any questions, please contact Barb Schaper bschaper7@aol.com or Bill and Janet Foltz.

 

VISUAL FAITH WORKSHOP – OCTOBER 1 FROM 3 PM TO 6 PM

Learn new and creative ways of engaging scripture and exploring your faith! This intergenerational workshop is open to the community, and will be led by nationally-recognized Visual Faith coaches, Connie Denninger and Pat Maier. Connect your heart, mind, and soul to scripture!

 

THE PUMPKINS ARE COMING!!!!!

This year’s pumpkin delivery is set for October 8, at 12:30 pm.  New and exciting events are planned, details to follow… Volunteers will be needed to man the patch, sign up here for shift options: http://www.signupgenius.com/go/409084aa8a729a4f49-pumpkin.   For those of you who would prefer, a signup sheet is located in Founder’s Hall also.

 

HURRICANE RELIEF EFFORTS

The Diocese of TX and the Diocese of West TX are tremendously affected by Hurricane Harvey, and the flood waters are still rising. Mother Anne is in touch with clergy friends in the affected area, and with the Dioceses. At this time, they are recommending all help come in the form of monetary donations to Episcopal Relief and Development. Donations can be given to St. Gregory’s to be sent as a group, or can be made individually online: www.episcopalrelief.org 

 

BOOK CLUB - SEPTEMBER 20 AT 7PM

The book club will meet Wednesday, September 20 at 7 pm to discuss Commonwealth by Ann Patchett.

 

INTERFAITH PERFORMANCE  - OCTOBER 14 AT 7 PM

Keeping Faith: Three Sisters of Story will be held on October 14, 7 PM, at First Presbyterian Church of Deerfield on Waukegan Road. This is sponsored by the interfaith clergy group for Southeast Lake County. 

In these difficult and dark times, let the power of storytelling illuminate our hearts.  Three exceptional storytellers will share stories from their own faiths—Christian, Jewish and Muslim—to transcend differences through shared belief in the power of compassion.  Come bask in the luminous light.   

Tickets will be $10 each, and we will have them available for purchase soon. Proceeds beyond the cost of the performance will be given to Deerfield Township Food Pantry.

 

CROP HUNGER WALK 2017 – SUNDAY, OCTOBER 15 AT 12:30 PM

This year’s CROP walk registration begins at 12:30 pm at St. Giles Episcopal Church in Northbrook at 3025 Walters Avenue (Northbrook). Step-off time is 1:00 pm. There is a 5K walk, and a 1K Family walk with lots of great activities for kids!  

CROP Hunger Walks help to provide food and water, as well as resources that empower people to meet their own needs. From seeds and tools, to wells and water systems, to technical training and micro-enterprise loans, the key is people working together to identify their own development priorities, their strengths and their needs something CWS has learned through some 69 years of working in partnership around the world. Glenbrook CROP Hunger Walk has raised over $650,000 over the past thirty-two years. Last year (2016), walkers raised $33,000. In addition, the St. Peter’s Legacy Fund (Northfield) donated $58,300. From these donations, $18,300 went to Northfield Township Food Pantry, and over $4,500 went to West Deerfield Township Food Pantry.  This year we will include Hunger Resource Network with our local recipients.  

Join St. Gregory’s walking team, or donate online here: https://www.crophungerwalk.org/northbrookil/Team/View/47954/St-Gregorys-Episcopal

 

BLESSING OF THE ANIMALS – SUNDAY, OCTOBER 15 AT 5:00PM

Join us for the Blessing of the Animals on the lawn at the corner of Deerfield and Wilmot (by the Pumpkin Patch!) for the Blessing of the Animals. All God’s critters are invited to receive a blessing and celebrate St. Francis, the patron saint of animals!

 

WOMEN’S FALL GATHERING & RETREAT – OCTOBER 28 & 29   

Nurturing the Spirit – a fall women’s retreat held by the women of the Diocese of Chicago -  will be held at the DeKoven Center in Racine, Wisconsin. Retreat Leader is The Rev. Mollie Ward, Diocese of Springfield. Women of all faiths are invited. If interested, please pick up a pamphlet in Founders Hall.

 

PRAYERS THIS WEEK, PLEASE REMEMBER…

The sick, and those who need prayer, especially… Pat Beuttas, Dan Appelbaum, Mary Katharine Jolly, Judy McCann, Megan Lawrence, Alexix & Beatrix, Sandra Mitchell, Claire Breyer, Liz Larson, Sue, Darrell Groves, Carol Harper, Michele Schmidt, Nora Kenaney, Noreen, Michael & Marie, Bob Ramey, Joan West, Dianne Shelton, Anne Bishop, Tim Otten and Myra Byrne. 

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

For the departed…. 


PARISH E-NEWSLETTER DEADLINE IS MONDAY AT 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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YOUTH PRESENTATION AT BOTH SERVICES, SUNDAY, SEPTEMBER 10

You don’t want to miss worship on September 10th, because instead of a sermon, our missionaries from the Youth Trip will be sharing with us their spiritual journey in West Virginia! Come see the pictures, hear their stories, and support our amazing youth.

 

FORMATION FOR ALL AGES BEGINS SUNDAY, SEPTEMBER 10

This year we will be engaging in the Bible during our 9:00am formation hour, with all age groups discussing a similar topic from scripture each Sunday. The first Sunday of each month (starting in October), all ages will gather together in Founders Hall for an intergenerational activity! Watch your email and the entrances at the church for the calendar for the entire year, and mark your calendars for a fun year of learning more about the Bible.

 

THE PUMPKINS ARE COMING!!!!!

This year’s pumpkin delivery is set for October 8, at 12:30pm.  New and exciting events are planned, details to follow… Volunteers will be needed to man the patch, sign up here for shift options: http://www.signupgenius.com/go/409084aa8a729a4f49-pumpkin.   For those of you who would prefer, a signup sheet is located in Founder’s Hall also.

 

HURRICANE RELIEF EFFORTS

The Diocese of TX and the Diocese of West TX are tremendously affected by Hurricane Harvey, and the flood waters are still rising. Mother Anne is in touch with clergy friends in the affected area, and with the Dioceses. At this time, they are recommending all help come in the form of monetary donations to Episcopal Relief and Development. Donations can be given to St. Gregory’s to be sent as a group, or can be made individually online: www.episcopalrelief.org 

 

NEXT CPR CLASS – TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 12 AT 7:00 PM

The CPR class originally scheduled for August has been rescheduled for Tuesday, September 12 at 7:00PM in Founder's Hall.   If you would like to learn this life-saving skill, please join in the class.  The session will last about 3 hours.  The cost is $35 and if you'd like to attend, but need scholarship help, please see Mother Anne. If you want to register, email john.welker@comcast.net and mark the date and time on your calendar.

 

CHOIR PRACTICE RESUMES - WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 13 AT 7:15 PM

Choir practices are starting up again! We invite all interested singers to join us in the Sanctuary on Wednesday, September 13 at 7:15pm. We practice every Wednesday, and sing at the 10:00am service on Sundays.

 

COMMUNITY MEALS – SEPTEMBER 17

On Sunday, September 17th, it will once again be our turn to serve a hot meal at the Waukegan Community Meals program.   Opportunities are available to help prepare and serve a mid day meal.  We also are in need of desserts if you are unable to join us,  We meet at 12 noon and are finished by 3:30 pm.  If you  have any questions, please contact Barb Schaper (bschaper7@aol.com) or Bill and Janet Foltz.

 

BOOK CLUB MEETS SEPTEMBER 20 AT 7PM

The book club will meet Wednesday, September 20th at 7pm to discuss Commonwealth by Ann Patchett.

 

INTERFAITH PERFORMANCE  - OCTOBER 14 AT 7PM

Keeping Faith: Three Sisters of Story will be held on October 14, 7 PM, at First Presbyterian Church of Deerfield on Waukegan Road. This is sponsored by the interfaith clergy group for Southeast Lake County. 

In these difficult and dark times, let the power of storytelling illuminate our hearts.  Three exceptional storytellers will share stories from their own faiths—Christian, Jewish and Muslim—to transcend differences through shared belief in the power of compassion.  Come bask in the luminous light.   

Tickets will be $10 each, and we will have them available for purchase soon. Proceeds beyond the cost of the performance will be given to Deerfield Township Food Pantry.

 

CROP HUNGER WALK 2017 – SUNDAY, OCTOBER 15 12:30PM

This year’s CROP walk registration begins at 12:30 pm at St. Giles Episcopal Church in Northbrook at 3025 Walters Avenue (Northbrook). Step-off time is 1:00 pm. There is a 5K walk, and a 1K Family walk with lots of great activities for kids! 

CROP Hunger Walks help to provide food and water, as well as resources that empower people to meet their own needs. From seeds and tools, to wells and water systems, to technical training and micro-enterprise loans, the key is people working together to identify their own development priorities, their strengths and their needs something CWS has learned through some 69 years of working in partnership around the world. Glenbrook CROP Hunger Walk has raised over $650,000 over the past thirty-two years. Last year (2016), walkers raised $33,000. In addition, the St. Peter’s Legacy Fund (Northfield) donated $58,300. From these donations, $18,300 went to Northfield Township Food Pantry, and over $4,500 went to West Deerfield Township Food Pantry.  This year we will include Hunger Resource Network with our local recipients. 

Join St. Gregory’s walking team, or donate online here: https://www.crophungerwalk.org/northbrookil/Team/View/47954/St-Gregorys-Episcopal 

 

BLESSING OF THE ANIMALS – SUNDAY, OCTOBER 15 5:00PM

Join us for the Blessing of the Animals on the lawn at the corner of Deerfield and Wilmot (by the Pumpkin Patch!) for the Blessing of the Animals. All God’s critters are invited to receive a blessing and celebrate St. Francis, the patron saint of animals!

 

WOMEN’S FALL GATHERING & RETREAT – OCTOBER 28 & 29   

Nurturing the Spirit – a fall women’s retreat held by the women of the Diocese of Chicago -  will be held at the DeKoven Center in Racine, Wisconsin. Retreat Leader is The Rev. Mollie Ward, Diocese of Springfield. Women of all faiths are invited. If interested, please pick up a pamphlet in Founders Hall.

 

DO YOU HAVE ANY OF THESE ITEMS FOR THE YOUTH ROOM?

St. Gregorians we need your help to update the Youth Room. We are looking for the following items:

Foosball game table, flat screen television (recent model) and a boom box. If you have any of these items to donate, please contact the church office so we may review the items to make sure it fits our space. Thanks!

 

PRAYERS THIS WEEK, PLEASE REMEMBER…

The sick, and those who need prayer, especially…Megan Lawrence, Sandra Mitchell, Claire Breyer, Liz Larson, Sue, Darrell Groves, Carol Harper, Michele Schmidt, Nora Kenaney, Noreen, Michael & Marie, Bob Ramey, Mark, Joan West, Dianne Shelton, Anne Bishop, Tim Otten and Myra Byrne. 

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

For the departed…. Anne Ramey, Dan Evans.

 

PARISH E-NEWSLETTER DEADLINE IS MONDAY AT 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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HURRICANE RELIEF EFFORTS

The Diocese of TX and the Diocese of West TX are tremendously affected by Hurricane Harvey, and the flood waters are still rising. Mother Anne is in touch with clergy friends in the affected area, and with the Dioceses. At this time, they are recommending all help come in the form of monetary donations to Episcopal Relief and Development. Donations can be given to St. Gregory’s to be sent as a group, or can be made individually online: www.episcopalrelief.org

When other items and physical help are needed, Mother Anne’s friends and colleagues will let us know, and we will work together to serve our sisters and brothers in TX and beyond.

 

RED BAG SUNDAY IS THIS SUNDAY

Our Red Bags on September 3 go to the Deerfield Township Food Pantry.  This month they need oatmeal in canisters, peanut butter, jelly, mac & cheese, canned fruit (easy open if possible), canned sweet peas (ez open), pasta sauce and full size tubes of toothpaste.  The pantry is always so grateful for St. Gregory's generosity and send their heartfelt thanks!

 

YOUTH PRESENTATION AT BOTH SERVICE, SUNDAY, SEPTEMBER 10

You don’t want to miss worship on September 10th, because instead of a sermon, our missionaries from the Youth Trip will be sharing with us their spiritual journey in West Virginia! Come see the pictures, hear their stories, and support our amazing youth.

 

FORMATION FOR ALL AGES BEGINS SUNDAY, SEPTEMBER 10

This year we will be engaging in the Bible during our 9:00 am formation hour, with all age groups discussing a similar topic from scripture each Sunday. The first Sunday of each month (starting in October), all ages will gather together in Founders Hall for an intergenerational activity! Watch your email and the entrances at the church for the calendar for the entire year, and mark your calendars for a fun year of learning more about the Bible.

 

NEXT CPR CLASS – TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 12 AT 7:00 PM

The CPR class originally scheduled for August has been rescheduled for Tuesday, September 12 at 7:00PM in Founder's Hall.   If you would like to learn this life-saving skill, please join in the class.  The session will last about 3 hours.  The cost is $35 and if you'd like to attend, but need scholarship help, please see Mother Anne. If you want to register email john.welker@comcast.net and mark the date and time on your calendar.

 

CHOIR PRACTICE RESUMES - WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 13 AT 7:15 PM

Choir practices are starting up again! We invite all interested singers to join us in the Sanctuary on Wednesday, September 13 at 7:15pm. We practice every Wednesday, and sing at the 10:00am service on Sundays.

 

WOMEN’S FALL GATHERING & RETREAT – OCTOBER 28 & 29   

Nurturing the Spirit – a fall women’s retreat held by the women of the Diocese of Chicago -  will be held at the DeKoven Center in Racine, Wisconsin. Retreat Leader is The Rev. Mollie Ward, Diocese of Springfield. Women of all faiths are invited. If interested, please pick up a pamphlet in Founders Hall.

 

DO YOU HAVE ANY OF THESE ITEMS FOR THE YOUTH ROOM?

St. Gregorians we need your help to update the Youth Room. We are looking for the following items:

Foosball game table, flat screen television (recent model) and a boom box. If you have any of these items to donate, please contact the church office so we may review the items to make sure it fits our space. Thanks!

 

OFFERING FOR THE CHANDLERS

If you would like to contribute a card and/or monetary offering as a farewell for Bret Chandler and his family, please send your contributions to Charlene Vanderhulst, our Parish Administrator, by September 8th. The Youth Commission will deliver our expressions of love and gratitude to them on behalf of St. Gregory’s.

 

PRAYERS THIS WEEK, PLEASE REMEMBER…

The sick, and those who need prayer, especially… Liz Larson, Sue, Darrell Groves, Carol Harper, Michele Schmidt, Nora Kenaney, Noreen, Michael & Marie, Bob Ramey, Maxwell Mueller, Mark, Joan West, Dianne Shelton, Anne Bishop, Tim Otten and Myra Byrne.

 

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

 

For the departed…. Anne Ramey, Dan Evans, Nancy Wackerlin,  and Cotton Fite.

 

PARISH E-NEWSLETTER DEADLINE IS MONDAY AT 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 INFORMATION FOR ANNE RAMEY

 

Anne Ramey, 83, of Lake Barrington Shores passed away August 25, 2017. She was born April 9, 1934 to John and Aileen (nee Collins) Taylor in Milwaukee, WI. On June 23, 1956 Ann married Robert Ramey in Oshkosh, WI. They raised two daughters and lived many years in Lincolnshire before moving to Lake Barrington Shores in 1997. Ann was a graduate of Carleton College in Northfield, MN and taught school before becoming a medical office manager. She loved gardening, knitting, birds, and fishing. Ann enjoyed her book club and volunteering at her church, St. Gregory's Episcopal in Deerfield, serving on the Vestry. Above everything else, she cherished time with her family. Ann is survived by her husband, Robert; daughters, Linda (Aleks) Matza and Lois (Michael) Reed; and grandchildren, Mac Matza and Elyse Reed. A memorial visitation will be Thursday, August 31st, from 4 PM until 6 PM at Davenport Family Funeral Home and Crematory, 149 West Main St., Barrington. Inurnment will be held privately at Evergreen Cemetery, Barrington. In lieu of flowers, memorial contributions can be made in Ann's name to St. Gregory's Episcopal Church, 815 Wilmot Rd., Deerfield, IL 60015.

 

 

SERVICE INFORMATION FOR DANIEL EVANS

 

Daniel Robert Evans, 48, of Lakewood, was born on July 6, 1969 to the (late) Raymond and Marylyn Evans, and passed away peacefully on August 23, 2017. Dan was the loving husband of Deanne Evans (nee Czapla) for 19 years; loving father of Hannah and Amber; brother of Karen Evans and Mark (Claire) Evans; cherished uncle of Ashley (Scott) Leavitt, Bradley, Ryan, Paige and Jenna Evans; friend of too many to count. Visitation for Dan will be held on Wednesday, August 30, from 4:00pm until 9:00pm at Davenport Family Funeral Home, 419 E. Terra Cotta Ave., Crystal Lake. On Thursday, August 31, visitation will continue at the funeral home at 9:30am with prayers said at 10:30am, proceeding to St. Thomas the Apostle Catholic Church, 451 E. Terra Cotta Ave., Crystal Lake, for Mass at 11:00am. 


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SUNDAY IN THE PARK WITH ST. GREG – AUGUST 27 AT 10:00AM

Formerly Mass in the Grass, Sunday in the Park with St. Greg is a fun time of worship, food, and games in Mitchell Park. We invite the community to join us in this beautiful community gathering area for food, worship, and fun. The church will provide hot dogs and hamburgers, and we are asking those with a last name beginning with A - H to bring a salad, I - P, a side dish and Q - Z a dessert. Please bring extra chairs if possible and don’t forget to save the date and invite friends and neighbors for this all-ages day of fun!

 

HELP OTHERS AND PROMOTE ST. GREGORY’S – SATURDAY, AUGUST 26 12:00-2:00PM

The last Saturday in every month, June-September, St. Gregory’s will help give out fresh food and produce to people in need. The Interfaith Clergy group in the Deerfield area sponsors a ministry called Gleanings, where we set up tables towards the end of the Deerfield Farmer’s Market time, and all of the vendors at the market contribute to the table. Individuals and families know to come to the Gleanings table to get free food. This is a great opportunity for friends and/or families to minister to the community, enjoy the outdoors, and let others know how wonderful our parish is! Please contact Mother Anne (anne@stgregoryschurch.org) if you can help on Saturday, August 26, or September 30.

 

DO YOU HAVE ANY OF THESE ITEMS FOR THE YOUTH ROOM?

St. Gregorians we need your help to update the Youth Room. We are looking for the following items:

Foosball game table, hockey game table, flat screen television (recent model) and a boom box. If you have any of these items to donate, please contact the church office so we may review the items to make sure it fits our space. Thanks!

 

RED BAG SUNDAY IS SEPTEMBER 3

Our Red Bags on September 3 go to the Deerfield Township Food Pantry.  This month they need oatmeal in canisters, peanut butter, jelly, mac & cheese, canned fruit (easy open if possible), canned sweet peas (ez open), pasta sauce and full size tubes of toothpaste.  The pantry is always so grateful for St. Gregory's generosity and send their heartfelt thanks!

 

WOMEN’S FALL GATHERING & RETREAT – OCTOBER 28 & 29   

Nurturing the Spirit – a fall women’s retreat held by the women of the Diocese of Chicago -  will be held at the DeKoven Center in Racine, Wisconsin. Retreat Leader is The Rev. Mollie Ward, Diocese of Springfield. Women of all faiths are invited. If interested, please pick up a pamphlet in Founders Hall.

 

OFFERING FOR THE CHANDLERS

If you would like to contribute a card and/or monetary offering as a farewell for Bret Chandler and his family, please send your contributions to Charlene Vanderhulst, our Parish Administrator, by September 8th. The Youth Commission will deliver our expressions of love and gratitude to them on behalf of St. Gregory’s.

 

THANK YOU TO THE FLOOR FINISHING CREW

The Floor Finishing Crew under the able leadership of Marty Esgar, stripped and finished the floors in the kitchen, Founders' Hall, the hallway leading out of Founders' Hall and the newly located Nursery room and hallway. Then the crew went to work on moving furniture, to and from the library,  floor carpet boxes upstairs and a table and chairs down the stairs and repaired the table that was moved to the old nursery/new conference room. What a productive day! The energetic crew consisted of David, Barb, Matthew and Scott Schaper, Scott Hamilton, Mark Lanigan, Blanche, Eddie, Warren, Vivian and Donald Esgar, and Jean Schwarz. Everyone did a superb job and we thank you!

 

THANK YOU FOR THE SCHOOL SUPPLIES!

Dear St. Gregory's Parishioners,  

On behalf of all of the teachers and students at Greenwood Elementary School in Waukegan, thank you very much for your generosity!  The school supplies you've donated will be put to good use.  We are grateful to you for providing some of the tools Greenwood students will need to be successful in school.    

Sincerely,   Janet Foltz

 

PRAYERS THIS WEEK, PLEASE REMEMBER…

The sick, and those who need prayer, especially… Carol Harper, Michele Schmidt, Nora Kenaney, Noreen, Michael & Marie, Ryan Welker, Anne Ramey, Bob Ramey, Maxwell Mueller, Ron & Lois Smith, Sheila Banes, Matt, Joanne, Nicolas, Mark, Ian & Kelsey Hansen, Joan West, Dianne Shelton, Anne Bishop, Tim Otten and Myra Byrne. 

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

 For the departed…. Nancy Wackerlin, Darrell Fox, and Cotton Fite.

 

PARISH E-NEWSLETTER DEADLINE IS MONDAY AT 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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 WORKERS NEED TO HELP REFINISH FOUNDERS HALL ON AUGUST 19

Calling all workers! No experience needed! Help our crew refinish Founders Hall on August 19. Contact Jean Schwarz at 847-945-3581 if you’d like to join the FUN!

 

YOUTH, PARENT, AND YOUTH VOLUNTEER GATHERING – AUGUST 20 5:00PM – 7:00PM

All youth, parents, and others associated with the youth ministry are invited to a dinner and bonfire at the Bielski’s house on Sunday, August the 20th from 5-7. We will gather, eat, pray together, mourn our loss, celebrate how God has worked and continues to work in the youth ministry at St. Gregory’s, and begin to look to the future. If you have not yet RSVP Please RSVP to anne@stgregoryschurch.org so that we can plan for adequate food.

 

BLESSING OF THE BACKPACKS – AUGUST 20 AT 10:00AM

We will kick off the school and church program year on Sunday, August 20th at the 10:00a service with a special blessing of the backpacks, briefcases, and other school or work bags. We will bless teachers, students, and other learners as they embark on the new year. This special event helps children see that they and their lives are important to the church, and reminds us all that God is with us at school, or work, or wherever we spend our time during the week. Plus, in St. Gregory’s style, there will be special treats and snacks! Come that Sunday, bring your backpacks and bags, and bring some supplies to help teachers and students at Greenwood Elementary School (Janet Foltz works there):

Markers, Gluesticks, Pencils, Crayons, or Copy Paper

 

DO YOU HAVE ANY OF THESE ITEMS FOR THE YOUTH ROOM

St. Gregorians we need your help to update the Youth Room. We are looking for the following items:

Foosball game table hockey game table, flat screen television (recent model) and a boom box. If you have any of these items to donate, please contact the church office so we may review the items to make sure it fits our space. Thanks!

 

WELCOME WILMOT AND CARUSO BACK TO SCHOOL – AUGUST 21 7:30AM-9:00AM

Join us in welcoming our Wilmot Elementary and Caruso Middle School neighbors on their first day of school! We will have a table on the corner of Wilmot and Deerfield to greet the parents and students walking by – with coffee, juice, donut holes, and photo opportunities. We love being on this corner because of all the people that are our neighbors!

 

HELP OTHERS AND PROMOTE ST. GREGORY’S – SATURDAY, AUGUST 26 12:00-2:00PM

The last Saturday in every month, June-September, St. Gregory’s will help give out fresh food and produce to people in need. The Interfaith Clergy group in the Deerfield area sponsors a ministry called Gleanings, where we set up tables towards the end of the Deerfield Farmer’s Market time, and all of the vendors at the market contribute to the table. Individuals and families know to come to the Gleanings table to get free food. This is a great opportunity for friends and/or families to minister to the community, enjoy the outdoors, and let others know how wonderful our parish is! Please contact Mother Anne (anne@stgregoryschurch.org) if you can help on Saturday, August 26, or September 30.

 

SUNDAY IN THE PARK WITH ST. GREG – AUGUST 27 AT 10:00AM

Formerly Mass in the Grass, Sunday in the Park with St. Greg is a fun time of worship, food, and games in Mitchell Park. We invite the community to join us in this beautiful community gathering area for food, worship, and fun. The church will provide hot dogs and hamburgers, and we are asking those with a last name beginning with A - H to bring a salad, I - P, a side dish and Q - Z a dessert. Please bring extra chairs if possible and don’t forget to save the date and invite friends and neighbors for this all-ages day of fun!

 

BOOK CLUB SUMMER READING

On Wednesday, August 16, we will be discussing Madame President by Nicolle Wallace and Madam President by William Hazelgrove.

 

SUMMER LECTIONARY BIBLE STUDY COMES TO AN END

This Sunday, August 20th will be the last of this series as we study passages from the Lectionary.  Join us at 9 am in Founders Hall to reflect and discuss Scripture together. Our Fall programming will begin on September 10th. HUGE thanks to Susie and Jon Dutcher, Dan Best, Scott Hamilton, Kelly and Eric Gearhart and Scott Elliott for leading this informative summer study.

 

A PRAYGROUND IS COMING!!

No, that’s not a typo! St. Gregory’s is getting a Prayground in our chapel. The Prayground will be an area in the Chapel, defined by an oriental rug, which is specifically set aside for young children during worship. It will have a small table and chairs, quiet books and activities that help children learn to worship, and a glider (or rocker) or two for mothers. We will also have some floor pillows, and a baby gym. This space, along with designated activity bags for children of all ages, is a way to welcome families and let children know that corporate worship is just as much for them as it is for adults. If you are interested in joining Suzanne Francis and Amy Call in creating this wonderful new space, please contact Mother Anne (anne@stgregoryschurch.org).

  

PRAYERS THIS WEEK, PLEASE REMEMBER…

The sick, and those who need prayer, especially…  Ryan Welker, Anne Ramey, Bob Ramey, Maxwell Mueller, Ron & Lois Smith, Sheila Banes, Sandra Mitchell, Peggy Whitten, Megan Lawrence, Carol, Michele Schmidt, Matt, Joanne, Nicolas. 

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

For the departed…. Yvette Carlson, Darrell Fox.

 

PARISH E-NEWSLETTER DEADLINE IS MONDAY AT 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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WORKERS NEED TO HELP REFINISH FOUNDERS HALL ON AUGUST 19

Calling all workers! No experience needed! Help our crew refinish Founders Hall on August 19. Contact Jean Schwarz at 847-945-3581 if you’d like to join the FUN!

 

BLESSING OF THE BACKPACKS – AUGUST 20 AT 10:00AM

We will kick off the school and church program year on Sunday, August 20th at the 10:00a service with a special blessing of the backpacks, briefcases, and other school or work bags. We will bless teachers, students, and other learners as they embark on the new year. This special event helps children see that they and their lives are important to the church, and reminds us all that God is with us at school, or work, or wherever we spend our time during the week. Plus, in St. Gregory’s style, there will be special treats and snacks! Come that Sunday, bring your backpacks and bags, and bring some supplies to help teachers and students at Greenwood Elementary School (Janet Foltz works there):

Markers, Gluesticks, Pencils, Crayons, or Copy Paper

 

WELCOME WILMOT AND CARUSO BACK TO SCHOOL – AUGUST 21 7:30AM-9:00AM

Join us in welcoming our Wilmot Elementary and Caruso Middle School neighbors on their first day of school! We will have a table on the corner of Wilmot and Deerfield to greet the parents and students walking by – with coffee, juice, donut holes, and photo opportunities. We love being on this corner because of all the people that are our neighbors!

 

YOUTH, PARENT, AND YOUTH VOLUNTEER GATHERING – AUGUST 20 5:00PM – 7:00PM

All youth, parents, and others associated with the youth ministry are invited to a dinner and bonfire at the Bielski’s house on Sunday, August the 20th from 5-7. We will gather, eat, pray together, mourn our loss, celebrate how God has worked and continues to work in the youth ministry at St. Gregory’s, and begin to look to the future. Please RSVP to anne@stgregoryschurch.org so that we can plan for adequate food.

 

HELP OTHERS AND PROMOTE ST. GREGORY’S – SATURDAY, AUGUST 26 12:00-2:00PM

The last Saturday in every month, June-September, St. Gregory’s will help give out fresh food and produce to people in need. The Interfaith Clergy group in the Deerfield area sponsors a ministry called Gleanings, where we set up tables towards the end of the Deerfield Farmer’s Market time, and all of the vendors at the market contribute to the table. Individuals and families know to come to the Gleanings table to get free food. This is a great opportunity for friends and/or families to minister to the community, enjoy the outdoors, and let others know how wonderful our parish is! Please contact Mother Anne (anne@stgregoryschurch.org) if you can help on Saturday, August 26, or September 30.

 

SUNDAY IN THE PARK WITH ST. GREG – AUGUST 27 AT 10:00AM

Formerly Mass in the Grass, Sunday in the Park with St. Greg is a fun time of worship, food, and games in Mitchell Park. We invite the community to join us in this beautiful community gathering area for food, worship, and fun. The church will provide hot dogs and hamburgers, and we are asking those with a last name beginning with A - H to bring a salad, I - P, a side dish and Q - Z a dessert. Please bring extra chairs if possible and don’t forget to save the date and invite friends and neighbors for this all-ages day of fun!

 

BOOK CLUB SUMMER READING

On Wednesday, August 16, we will be discussing Madame President by Nicolle Wallace and Madam President by William Hazelgrove.

 

SUMMER LECTIONARY BIBLE STUDY HAS TWO MORE WEEKS

Sunday, August 20th will be the last of this series as we study passages from the Lectionary.  Join us at 9 am in Founders Hall to reflect and discuss Scripture together. Our Fall programming will begin on September 10th. HUGE thanks to Susie and Jon Dutcher, Dan Best, Scott Hamilton, Kelly and Eric Gearhart and Scott Elliott for leading this informative summer study.

 

A PRAYGROUND IS COMING!!

No, that’s not a typo! St. Gregory’s is getting a Prayground in our chapel. The Prayground will be an area in the Chapel, defined by an oriental rug, which is specifically set aside for young children during worship. It will have a small table and chairs, quiet books and activities that help children learn to worship, and a glider (or rocker) or two for mothers. We will also have some floor pillows, and a baby gym. This space, along with designated activity bags for children of all ages, is a way to welcome families and let children know that corporate worship is just as much for them as it is for adults. If you are interested in joining Suzanne Francis and Amy Call in creating this wonderful new space, please contact Mother Anne (anne@stgregoryschurch.org).

 

PRAYERS THIS WEEK, PLEASE REMEMBER…

The sick, and those who need prayer, especially…  Anne Ramey, Bob Ramey, Maxwell Mueller, Ron & Lois Smith, Sheila Banes, Melissa Hish-Morrical, Sandra Mitchell, Peggy Whitten, Megan Lawrence, Michiko Uyeda, Michele Schmidt, Matt, Joanne, Nicolas and Dan Dorsey.

 

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

 

For the departed…. Yvette Carlson.

 

PARISH E-NEWSLETTER DEADLINE IS MONDAY AT 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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RED BAG SUNDAY IS AUGUST 6

Our August 6 "Feed the Hungry" red bags go to Vernon Township.  They are in need of oral hygiene products, feminine hygiene products, cereal, easy to open soups and canned fruits, cookies - as special treats - and, of course, gift cards for grocery stores.

 

BLESSING OF THE BACKPACKS – AUGUST 20 AT 10:00AM

We will kick off the school and church program year on Sunday, August 20th at the 10:00a service with a special blessing of the backpacks, briefcases, and other school or work bags. We will bless teachers, students, and other learners as they embark on the new year. This special event helps children see that they and their lives are important to the church, and reminds us all that God is with us at school, or work, or wherever we spend our time during the week. Plus, in St. Gregory’s style, there will be special treats and snacks! Come that Sunday, bring your backpacks and bags, and bring some supplies to help teachers and students at Greenwood Elementary School (Janet Foltz works there):

Markers, Gluesticks, Pencils, Crayons, or Copy Paper

 

YOUTH, PARENT, AND YOUTH VOLUNTEER GATHERING – AUGUST 20 5:00PM – 7:00PM

All youth, parents, and others associated with the youth ministry are invited to a dinner and bonfire at the Bielski’s house on Sunday, August the 20th from 5-7. We will gather, eat, pray together, mourn our loss, celebrate how God has worked and continues to work in the youth ministry at St. Gregory’s, and begin to look to the future. Please RSVP to anne@stgregoryschurch.org so that we can plan for adequate food.

 

SUNDAY IN THE PARK WITH ST. GREG – AUGUST 27 AT 10:00AM

Formerly Mass in the Grass, Sunday in the Park with St. Greg is a fun time of worship, food, and games in Mitchell Park. We invite the community to join us in this beautiful community gathering area for food, worship, and fun. The Youth Commission is hard at work planning our activities, and more information will be coming about how we can bring food for the cookout. Mark your calendars now, and invite friends and family for this all-ages day of fun.

 

BOOK CLUB SUMMER READING

On Wednesday, August 16, we will be discussing Madame President by Nicolle Wallace and Madam President by William Hazelgrove.

 

SUNDAY FORUM: SUMMER LECTIONARY BIBLE STUDY

Each Sunday throughout the summer we will be studying passages in Scripture from the Lectionary.  Join us on Sunday at 9 am in Founders Hall to reflect and discuss Scripture together.

 

A PRAYGROUND IS COMING!!

No, that’s not a typo! St. Gregory’s is getting a Prayground in our chapel. The Prayground will be an area in the Chapel, defined by an oriental rug, which is specifically set aside for young children during worship. It will have a small table and chairs, quiet books and activities that help children learn to worship, two rockers for mothers. We will also have some floor pillows, and a baby gym. This space, along with designated activity bags for children of all ages, is a way to welcome families and let children know that corporate worship is just as much for them as it is for adults. If you are interested in joining Suzanne Francis and Amy Call in creating this wonderful new space, please contact Mother Anne (anne@stgregoryschurch.org).

 

PRAYERS THIS WEEK, PLEASE REMEMBER…

The sick, and those who need prayer, especially…  Melissa Hish-Morrical, Sandra Mitchell, Peggy Whitten, Megan Lawrence, Michiko Uyeda , Michele Schmidt, Matt, Joanne, Nicolas and Dan Dorsey. 

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

For the departed… Norma Lindsay.

 

PARISH E-NEWSLETTER DEADLINE IS MONDAY AT 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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RED BAG SUNDAY IS AUGUST 6

Our August 6 "Feed the Hungry" red bags go to Vernon Township.  They are in need of oral hygiene products, feminine hygiene products, cereal, easy to open soups and canned fruits, cookies - as special treats - and, of course, gift cards for grocery stores.

 

BLESSING OF THE BACKPACKS – AUGUST 20 AT 10:00AM

We will kick off the school and church program year on Sunday, August 20th at the 10:00a service with a special blessing of the backpacks, briefcases, and other school or work bags. We will bless teachers, students, and other learners as they embark on the new year. This special event helps children see that they and their lives are important to the church, and reminds us all that God is with us at school, or work, or wherever we spend our time during the week. Plus, in St. Gregory’s style, there will be special treats and snacks! Come that Sunday, bring your backpacks and bags, and bring some supplies to help teachers and students at Greenwood Elementary School (Janet Foltz works there):

Markers, Gluesticks, Pencils, Crayons, or Copy Paper

 

SUNDAY IN THE PARK WITH ST. GREG – AUGUST 27 AT 10:00AM

Formerly Mass in the Grass, Sunday in the Park with St. Greg is a fun time of worship, food, and games in Mitchell Park. We invite the community to join us in this beautiful community gathering area for food, worship, and fun. The Youth Commission is hard at work planning our activities, and more information will be coming about how we can bring food for the cookout. Mark your calendars now, and invite friends and family for this all-ages day of fun.

 

BOOK CLUB SUMMER READING

On Wednesday, August 16, we will be discussing Madame President by Nicolle Wallace and Madam President by William Hazelgrove. 

On behalf of everyone who attended the book club meeting on Wednesday evening I want to thank Gail Bozzano for joining us for our discussion. It was a special evening with a meaningful exchange not only about her book SUPPOSING SHE DREAMED THIS but also about her experiences as a writer. The comment heard repeatedly was how we all look forward to reading her next book. Thank you again Gail. It was delightful!

 

COMMUNITY MEALS  THANKS THE YOUTH GROUP FOR SERVING

Thanks to the Youth Group for providing volunteers for the soup kitchen.  Youth volunteers/leaders included Eddie, Warren, Vivian and Donald Esgar, Cate Ariano, Luke Hernandez, Kristin Hill and friend Maddy, Ross Peacock, Bret Chandler and Ida Butler.  Sybil TenEyck, Janet and Bill Foltz and Matthew, Scott and Barb Schaper provided supervision. Thank you to all the bakers/purchasers of desserts: Sybil, Cissy Singleton, Dorothy Collins, Mary Keller, Debbie Welker, Karen Nicholas, Lauren Hill, Phoebe Caldwell, Scott and Elizabeth Hamilton, the Schapers and whoever else donated desserts without a name on them. 

Our next turn to serve is Sunday, September 17. 

Thanks,  Barb Schaper and Bill and Janet Foltz

 

SUNDAY FORUM: SUMMER LECTIONARY BIBLE STUDY

Each Sunday throughout the summer we will be studying passages in Scripture from the Lectionary.  Join us on Sunday at 9 am in Founders Hall to reflect and discuss Scripture together.

 

A PRAYGROUND IS COMING!!

No, that’s not a typo! St. Gregory’s is getting a Prayground in our chapel. The Prayground will be an area in the Chapel, defined by an oriental rug, which is specifically set aside for young children during worship. It will have a small table and chairs, quiet books and activities that help children learn to worship, and a glider (or rocker) or two for mothers. We will also have some floor pillows, and a baby gym. This space, along with designated activity bags for children of all ages, is a way to welcome families and let children know that corporate worship is just as much for them as it is for adults. If you are interested in joining Suzanne Francis and Amy Call in creating this wonderful new space, please contact Mother Anne (anne@stgregoryschurch.org). 

 

PRAYERS THIS WEEK, PLEASE REMEMBER…

The sick, and those who need prayer, especially…  Stan Koy, Melissa Hish-Morrical, Sandra Mitchell, Peggy Whitten, Megan Lawrence, Michiko Uyeda , Michele Schmidt and Dan Dorsey. 

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

For the departed…

 


PARISH E-NEWSLETTER DEADLINE IS MONDAY AT 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
7:00 AM Holy Eucharist with Healing Prayers
 

UPCOMING EVENTS

09/26/2017 05:30 PM ACoA Step Group

09/27/2017 07:00 AM Holy Eucharist

09/27/2017 07:30 PM Boy Scout Troop 50

09/27/2017 07:30 PM Boy Scout Troop 50
Boy Scout Troop 50 meets in the Basement of St. Gregory's Church every Wednesday evening during the school year. For more information contact Don Anderson 847-405-9301 Dranderson.2@juno.com

09/28/2017 08:00 PM Alcoholics Anonymous