Calvary Waffle Shop Servers Needed!

Waffle Shop Servers   Join our Holy Communion crew serving Fridays during Lent at Calvary. Servers work from 10:30 a.m. to 1:30 p.m. You get a free meal when the shift ends. Calvary’s free shuttle from St. Mary’s Cathedral runs every 15 minutes. Contact Lilie Hudson to sign up at  lilie@me.com  or 803-917-6768. Read More
Posted by Emily Austin at Sunday, Jan 26
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Ballroom Dancing Workshop

Kick up your heels!   Ballroom Dancing Workshop Saturday, Feb. 15 | 7-8:30 p.m. Wellness & Recreation Center   On Saturday, February 15, Church of the Holy Communion Recreation & Wellness will host a free night of ballroom dancing in our newly-opened Wellness Center! Instructor Desiree McCain will present a simple introduction to East Coast swing, a dance that is fun, simple and that you can go to a wedding and do. It will be a 30-45 minute lesson with... Read More
Posted by Emily Austin at Monday, Jan 20
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Old Pews in a New Nave?

Although the vestry initially decided to hold off on replacing our old pews, some parishioners have voiced concern about installing our old pews in a newly-renovated Nave. So far, $80,000 has been raised of the $125,000 we need to buy new pews. To make an extra donation toward this effort for new pews, please contact the church office or the Sr. Warden, Mike Murphy: 901-870-2850,  mmurphy@mdwlaw.com . We must order the pews soon for them to be ready to install... Read More
Posted by Emily Austin at Sunday, Jan 19
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New FAQs Regarding Nave Renovation

When will we be back in the Nave? While specific construction schedules can be hard to predict, we anticipate a grand re-entry into the Nave on Palm Sunday, April 5, 2020.   Has there been a delay? The Nave was built before parishioners expected it to be air conditioned, which means that it was never designed to accommodate ductwork or cooling equipment. It has taken time to design a system that will be efficient, quiet, and easy to maintain.   Why do we have workmen... Read More
Posted by The Reverend Sandy Webb at Tuesday, Jan 7
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Sermon for the Ordination of the Rev. Margie Baker: Look, See, and Have Compassion | The Rev. Sandy Webb

SERMON St. John’s Episcopal Church, West Hartford, Connecticut The Reverend Alexander H. Webb II (“Sandy”) January 4, 2020     Ordination to the Priesthood The Reverend Marjorie Freeouf Baker Matthew 9:35-38   “Look, See, and Have Compassion”   In the Name of God: Father, Son, and Holy Spirit. Amen.   I draw my text this afternoon from our gospel reading: “When [Jesus] saw... Read More
Posted by The Reverend Sandy Webb at Saturday, Jan 4
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