Enriching Worship: New Adult Sunday School Programming

Enriching Worship – Adult Education -- Starting Sep. 11At Holy Cross, we believe God creates the whole person in his image, including our minds. Hehas blessed us with memory, reason, and skill, and we’re called to usethose gifts to come to know him better. One of the greatest joys of theChristian life is pursuing God and his wisdom through study, reflection,and meaningful conversation. Join us this fall for a deep dive into theGospels with our Enriching Worship Adult Formation program. Eachweek …

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Rescheduled: Fourth of July Cookout

The Holy Cross Grill Masters will be firing up the grills Monday, July 4 for a Cookout.   Hamburgers and hotdogs will be cooked to perfection and buns, rolls and condiments will be provided. Bring your favorite cookout side dish or dessert to share. The food, fellowship and fun will be a great way to celebrate Independence Day.  Inside and outside dining will be available from 5 – 7.   You don’t want to miss the Holy Cross tradition….and we sure don’t want to miss you!! The…

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Worship on May 15, 2022

Worship this Sunday, May 15, Fifth Sunday of Easter This Sunday we will celebrate Holy Eucharist at two services. 8:00 am is a spoken mass and 10:15 am will include live music. Our Celebrant at both services is the Rev. Jerry Gallagher.   Sunday Servants for this week are: Vestry Person(s) of the Day: 8:00 am, Lee Stroud;10:15 am, Adam Alphin, Krista Anderson Readers: 8:00 am, Lee Stroud;10:15 am, Carolina Villa Prayers of the People: 8:00 am, Lee Stroud; 10:15 am, Krista Anderson Altar …

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The Three R’s (Part One)

The Three R’s - reduce, reuse, recycle Part One: Reducing the Avalanche of TrashSeveral years ago I was working in my kitchen and my brother asked me what to do withan empty package. I said to throw it away. I remember him asking, “Away where?”That question made me think about where do the things that we throw away end up.The average American generates about 1 lb. of waste every day. (Is it Really Green p.19),the vast majority of which ends up in a landfill. At best 35% of our waste is recycled…

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Caring for God's Creation

Caring for God’s Creation   Join us this Sunday, April 24, at 9:15 am in the Gathering Room as we begin our study on Caring for God’s Creation. Carolina Villa will share scripture and science to help us discover what we are called to do in caring for the earth and how we can do it. We hope you will grab a cup of coffee and join in the discussion.

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