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Live Free – Women’s Bible Study

September 26, 2016

Live Free A Fresh Look at the Fruit of the Spirit This 5-session study of Galatians 5 brings clarity to what the fruit of the Spirit is…and isn’t. It’s not a list of instructions for how to live; it is a picture of the characteristics produced by the Holy Spirit that demonstrate to others your […]


29th Annual Blessing of the Animals

October 1, 2016

Come Celebrate The Feast Day of St. Francis at St. Clement’s Episcopal Church Blessing of the Animals Service @ 12 Noon   CLICK ON MAP TO ENLARGE The Blessing of the Animals Worship Service is a tradition at St. Clement’s. All animals are welcome. Father Andrew Heyes will bless pets inside the church and farm animals outside. The […]

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Do freedom responsibly.

“There’s nothing like drinking lots of beer and then setting things on fire.” Nope, that wasn’t dad showing his Scottish ‘Braveheart’ side; that was three very different TV shows talking about – and I quote – “What Independence Day is all about.” I wish I was making that up, peeps, but I am not. When […]

A whole heap of trouble.

Another week, another bunch of atrocities. Whether it be the murder of innocent revelers at a night club in Orlando, or those moving through security to enter the Ataturk airport in Turkey; whether it is shooting of school kids, or drive-bys in disadvantaged neighborhoods; whether in churches or shopping malls, cinemas or at ATMs, all […]

Joy to the world – starts with joy in you.

Give me a ‘Y’ Give me a ‘A’ Give me a ‘Y’ Give me a ‘!’ (ed: give me an “Huh?” dog) Hold on a mo, dad – don’t crush my vibe. And what have you got, peeps? You’ve got:   YAY!   ‘YAY!’ is for celebrating. ‘YAY!’ is for saying ‘Good Job!’ ‘YAY!’ is […]

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The theme God The Giver from our Stewardship Initiative has touched each one of us as we try to come to terms with all the wonderful things we have received from God, and how best each of us can respond. But faith in God always makes demands on us – it always calls us to take that next step, not quite knowing where it will take us, apart from knowing that God promises always to be with us. It is a way to express gratitude for the blessings of God and return the blessing in tangible ways. It is a way of proclaiming your belief that God is at work in our church; it is way of reminding yourself that God gets a piece of the pie because He is the one who brought you the pie in the first place.

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