CHRIST CHURCH SAG HARBOR
"TO KNOW CHRIST AND TO MAKE CHRIST KNOWN"
SAVE THE DATE!
It's time for the
"BLESSING OF THE ANIMALS"
SATURDAY, October 7th, 5pm
SUNDAY, October 8th, 12 Noon
Bring a 'furry or otherwise' friend to receive a blessing from Mother B!
All pets must be on a leash or somehow contained.
photo: Kim Meehan Bambino, our Senior Warden with her two dogs
Book of Remembrance
The Episcopal Church Women of the Diocese (ECW) will celebrate the annual Mass of Remembrance on Friday, November 3 at 11:00AM at the Cathedral of the Incarnation in Garden City. All are welcome. Names of loved ones who died between October of 2022 and October of 2023 will be recorded in the Memorial Book of Remembrance and read during the service.
Please send names and dates of death with a check (payable to ECW - Diocese of Long Island) for $10 to Christ Church, PO Box 570, Sag Harbor, NY 11963 by September 30.
Names and donations will be forwarded to the Diocesan ECW.
Green Team Retreat Invitation
News from The Diocese of Long Island
Our diocesan Creation Care Community warmly invites you to join us on Saturday, October 7, from 9-4:30 at the Mercer School of Theology, for “Stewarding the Garden”, our second Green Team Retreat.
Formulated especially for those who recognize the necessity of caring for and preserving God’s good creation, this will be an opportunity to learn more about the challenges of the climate crisis and to explore what we can do as people of faith to address them in our own church communities.
The main focus areas will be: Reducing greenhouse gas emissions Advocacy Nature conservation and biodiversity, including greening our spaces Reduce/Reuse/Recycle Community engagement The Green Team Retreat will be a day of prayerful discernment and dialogue with our Creation Care Community Leadership Team and others from across the diocese with a concern for the well-being of the earth and all who live on it.
Please register by September 27, at https://bit.ly/GreenTeamReg23. If you have any questions, please email Father Matthew Moore, the Missioner for Environmental Justice