Annual Parish Meeting At Grace Episcopal Is Sunday

Friday, November 15, 2013

The annual parish meeting at Grace Episcopal Church, 20 Belvoir Ave., will be this Sunday. There will be no breakfast and no adult classes. The only solitary liturgy of the day will be at 10 a.m. Lunch will be cooked and served by the Parish Life Ministry Team at 11, followed at 11:30 with the Annual Parish Meeting, with elections. 

The children will sing at lunch before the annual meeting. All children who will be singing should come to children’s chapel at 10 a.

m.for rehearsal; they’ll be singing around 11:15 or 11:30 and then they will get their lunches.  During the Annual Meeting, there will be playground time and other fun activities.


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