Meet the Brownlees

David and Irene Brownlee started attending Holy Cross in November of 2017 andhave been regulars at worship ever since. David is a retired United Methodistpastor and Irene, a retired college administrator. They were looking for a Christiancommunity to settle into after forty-five years of working with congregations fromNew York to Mississippi, but mostly in the Raleigh area.They felt immediately enfolded into Holy Cross by the intentional and consistenthospitality of the entire congregation, and …

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Education for Ministry

The Education for Ministry (EfM) is a four-year course (commit to one year at atime). We meet for 36 weekly sessions from September through May coveringthe Hebrew Scriptures (Old), New Testament, history of the church, andtheology. Theological reflection and worship are an integral part of each session.Participants do not have to be Episcopalians. Tuition is $375 per year andscholarships are available.Education for Ministry (EfM) is a unique four-year program in theologicaleducation based upon s…

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Good Shepherd Center Commemoration

Good Shepherd Sunday will be commemorated this year on Sunday, April 22nd.  The Good Shepherd Center provides for our hungry and homeless neighbors in New Hanover, Brunswick, and Pender Counties the services they need to return to health, housing, and stability in our region. You may send a contribution to support the Good Shepherd Center at 811 Martin St., Wilmington, NC. 28401.  You may contact Katrina Knight at 910-763-4424 or kknight@goodshepherdwilmington.org if you have any questions.  You…

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African Team Ministries Craft Display

There will be a display of African goods for purchase such as jewelry, scarfs, accessories, and wooden carvings on Sunday April 15 and April 22 after the 8am and 10:15am services.  Please support this very worthy cause. The proceeds from the handcrafted items for African Team Ministries will make it possible to provide Drip Irrigation Kits for the families in the drought and famine areas to whom we provided emergency food relief. This will enable them to grow food all year round instead of only…

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Handicapped Parking Increased

The vestry has added three additional handicapped parking places to join the two we now have for a total of five. The two visitor parking spots were moved closer to Myrtle Grove Rd.

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