Cursillo and Ultreya Update

The next Cursillo ( EC97 )will be held at Trinity Center in Salter Path from April 26 through April 29.  If you have interested in attending or have someone to recommend, please reach out to our Cursillo chairperson, Mark Zenobia at  910-686-0026 or mzrace@oymp.net. It is a joyous experience for all. The next Wilmington Ultreya is scheduled for 6:00 pm on Tuesday, April 24 at Church of the Good Shepherd at 515 Queen Street.  Please bring a food item to share.  All are Welcome. INFO: Mark Zenob…

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Federal Point Help Center Needs for April 2018

In March the Help Center of Federal Point served 130 households and 312 individuals. This is five fewer households and one more individual than the previous month. The needs of the Help Center are as follows: 1 April..........Teabags. 8 April..........Canned meat. 15 April........Dry Pasta. 22 April........Canned fish. 29 April........Teabags or mayonnaise.

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Alleluia, Christ is Risen!

Alleluia, Christ is risen! You all *may* have heard that the Triduum is my favorite three days of the year – and this year was noexception. Thank you to everyone who made those three holy days so wondrous, once again! I hope youenjoyed this celebration of the core of our faith as much as I do.I’d like to share with you one of my favorite poems, one by the great authoress Madeleine L’Engle,which I think best captures the themes of this journey. For the Passion we have just celebrated, fromMaundy…

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Financial Peace - Dave Ramsey

What if you were following a plan for your money that you KNEW worked? With Dave Ramsey’s class, Financial Peace University, you CAN take control of your money, get out of debt, and create a plan for your future. If you’re interested in learning more about the class, email Frances Warner! We’re offering it at Holy Cross from April 8 through June 3. Registration opens next week and is limited to 30 people.  The cost of the class is $109.00 per family.  So, couples can attend for 109.00. 

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Message from Our Senior Warden

Relationships There was a good reminder in one of the religious columns that appear in Saturday’s newspaper about how Biblical righteousness is not about adherence to rules (just think about the many that appear in the Old Testament!) but about relationships.  Consummate righteousness in our relationships is beautifully and succinctly stated in the second of the greatest commandments as Jesus proclaims in the Gospels of Matthew, Mark and Luke:  “Love your neighbor as yourself.” If you are like…

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