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Taize Service

Please join us for Taizé service being held at Christ Episcopal Church Sunday, December 16th at 5 pm. Taizé is a quiet, peaceful service of readings, songs, prayers, and candlelight. The name Taizé comes from an ecumenical religious community in France. After WWII, young adults from all over Europe flocked to it, looking for healing and reconciliation. To help these people of many different languages worship together, the monks of Taizé wrote simple, beautiful, moving chants, which are easily learned. Taizé continues to be a pilgrimage destination for young people—now from all over the world— and their simple, quiet worship is held all over the world, as well.

Episcopal Church Women’s Hobo Potluck Picnic

Please join us for the Holy Eucharist and Healing service in the Chapel on Wednesday, September 13th at 10am followed by the Episcopal Church Women’s Hobo Potluck Picnic. The potluck will be in Hobosville , Ohio (Dodi Holme’s backyard) at 1021 Bahia Dr. Springfield, Ohio. Burgers and hot dogs will be provided. All are asked to dress as hobos as there will be a judging and prizes. If your need a ride after chapel, contact Anita Beardsell at anitabeadsell1234@nullgmail.com or Juanita Artis at 937-399-4237.

Lunch Bunch

The next outing for the “Lunch Bunch” is on Tuesday, January 8th, 2019 at 11:30. They will meet at Seasons Bistro and Grille, 28 South Limestone Street Springfield, OH 45504. This group welcomes all men and women who are available at lunchtime for some good food and fellowship. Please email Anita Beardsell at anitabeardsell1234@nullgmail.comto RSVP.