St. Francis By The Sea–LOBSTERFEST!

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Saturday, October 18th

12:00 noon to 4:00 pm

Live:   $16.00

Cooked:  $19.00

Complete meal (eat-in or take -out)

Complete meal includes potato salad, coleslaw, roll, melted butter, and a homemade dessert!

St. Francis By The Sea

920 Salter Path Road

Salter Path, NC 28575

Please purchase tickets by October 15th

(252) 354-5859 or 240-2388

St. Francis

 

Easter Sunrise Service on the Beach!

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Date:   Easter Sunday, April 20, 2014  

Time:   6:00 A.M.

Place:  Trinity Center Seale Pavilion

Hwy 58 towards Salter Path

Trinity Sunrise

Sunrise over Seale Pavilion

Through stoplight at NC Aquarium

Turn left onto Beach House Road

If you pass the water tower,

you’ve gone too far.

Trinity Center Needs Help on MLK Day!

Please come help us save Sanders Point!

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Trinity Center’s Sound to Sea Environmental Education program is partnering up with the North Carolina Coastal Federation to restore the salt marsh.

SP1When: MONDAY  January 20, 2014 at 1:00 pm  

Where: TRINITY CENTER

 618 Salter Path Road (Hwy 58) Pine Knoll Shores

What to Bring:

Work clothes and closed-toe shoes, water bottle,

work gloves, galoshes or rain boots if you have them.

Please call if you have questions:

Call 252-247-5600 ext 16

On Sound to Sea’s Facebook page

Email:  mdinneen@trinityctr.com

Trinity Center plans to558034_10151601612978304_898826670_n restore the salt marsh at Sanders Point,

a part of the conference center near and dear to the hearts of many who come here.  Human and natural activities have eroded away the marsh that acts as a natural barrier in front of Sanders Point.   Sound to Sea staff and volunteers have been bagging oyster shells  in preparation for an oyster sill that will be installed at Sanders Point. The sill will slow down waves that have been pulling soil away from the marsh.  As those waves slow, they will drop sediment suspended in the water,  building the marsh back up.  The oyster sill will also be habitat for new oysters to grow on and hopefully provide shelter for many other small sound inhabitants.

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Trinity Center Needs Help on MLK Day!

Please come help us save Sanders Point!

SP4

Trinity Center’s Sound to Sea Environmental Education program is partnering up with the North Carolina Coastal Federation to restore the salt marsh.

SP1When: MONDAY  January 20, 2014 at 1:00 pm  

Where: TRINITY CENTER

 618 Salter Path Road (Hwy 58) Pine Knoll Shores

What to Bring:

Work clothes and closed-toe shoes, water bottle,

work gloves, galoshes or rain boots if you have them.

Please call if you have questions:

Call 252-247-5600 ext 16

On Sound to Sea’s Facebook page

Email:  mdinneen@trinityctr.com

Trinity Center plans to558034_10151601612978304_898826670_n restore the salt marsh at Sanders Point,

a part of the conference center near and dear to the hearts of many who come here.  Human and natural activities have eroded away the marsh that acts as a natural barrier in front of Sanders Point.   Sound to Sea staff and volunteers have been bagging oyster shells  in preparation for an oyster sill that will be installed at Sanders Point. The sill will slow down waves that have been pulling soil away from the marsh.  As those waves slow, they will drop sediment suspended in the water,  building the marsh back up.  The oyster sill will also be habitat for new oysters to grow on and hopefully provide shelter for many other small sound inhabitants.

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Memorial Service for The Reverend Lucy Talbott, Saturday, January 18th

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In November, a notice was sent out regarding the passing of The Rev’d Lucy Talbott. A memorial service will be held at St. Paul’s in the Pines, Fayetteville, on Saturday, January 18, 2014 at 1:00pm. Bishop Lee will preside. All are welcome.

We have received the obituary written by Amanda Bray, Lucy’s daughter:

“Reverend Lucy Brady Talbott, retired rector of the Church of St. Paul’s in the Pines of Fayetteville NC, died on October 26th at the Passages Hospice and Sanctuary in New Orleans, LA.  Lucy was born on June 1st, 1946, the sixth child of Francis Brady, the assistant headmaster of Portsmouth Priory (now Abbey) School.  She graduated from Northfield School for Girls and Duke University.  She attended Virginia Theological Seminary and was ordained to the priesthood in 1981 at the National Cathedral in Washington D.C.  She served first as associate rector at the Church of St. Clement in Alexandria.  In October of 1983 she was called to serve as the rector of St. Paul’s in the Pines, making her the first female rector in the Diocese of East Carolina.  In 1989, under her stewardship, St. Paul’s became a full parish.  During her many years at St. Paul’s, Lucy was active also in both the Diocesan and the National Church.

‘Mother Lucy,’ as she was often called, was a fearless advocate for inclusive theology and welcomed all members of the Fayetteville community to worship at St. Paul’s.  She was an early advocate for ministering to those with HIV/AIDS at a time when fear and misinformation dominated public perception about the disease.  Having lost a beloved brother to the AIDS epidemic of the early 1980s, she opened the doors for others to see those living with the disease with compassion and acceptance.  She believed in a loving God who cherishes all people, and called on her congregants to live in that same fearless love for strangers and neighbors alike. Lucy believed we are all made in God’s image, and that we should love and value the differences in each other which all too often divide us instead.  Her joyfulness was evident in the services she conducted at St. Paul’s, which often featured performances by artists, musicians, dancers and ecumenical clowns.  She especially delighted in teaching young people, and thought nothing of sitting down on the steps of the altar during a children’s service to better engage with her young audience.  In recognition of her role in the community, Lucy was chosen Woman of the Year by the Women’s Center of Fayetteville in 1992.  She served the church and her congregation with love and faithfulness until her retirement in 2000.

Lucy is survived by her beloved daughter Amanda Talbott Bray of New Orleans and grandchildren Stella Frentress and Conor Bray; her long- time partner Betsy Willis of Boone, NC; two sisters, Sue Wankowivz of Winchester MA and Ellen Finn of Franklin MI; her brother Jeremiah Brady of Little Falls NJ; her dear friend and sister-in-law Sally Brady; and a wonderful and diverse group of family members and friends.  She was preceded in death by brothers Francis Brady and Upton Brady.  In lieu of flowers, please consider making a donation to Heifer International in Lucy’s memory.”

Begin to ask…

During this upcoming Enneagram workshop, Dr. Joe Howell will teach how the Enneagram can be used as a profound tool of spiritual enlightenment and growth within both the individual and in relating to others.  Dr. Howell’s presentation of the enneagram provides a positive path to see yourself more clearly plus guidance for living into God’s vision for your life.   Dr. Howell is the founder of Institute for Conscience Being and author of Becoming Conscious: The Enneagram’s Forgotten Passageway.

Two day Enneagram Workshop will be held in St. Paul’s Parish Hall

Friday, September 27 6:00-9:00pm

Saturday, September 28 8:30-4:00pm

Friday: Coffee and dessert provided. Saturday: Continental breakfast & deli

St. Paul’s Episcopal Church
401 East 4th Street
Greenville, NC 27858
252-752-3482 (Phone)
252-830-0229 (Fax)
Email: beth@stpaulsepiscopal.com

Joseph Howell, PhD University of Virginia

MA Religious Studies Yale University

St. Paul’s Episcopal Church Greenville, NC Sept. 27 6-8pm; Sept. 28 8:30am-4pm

For more information please contact:

www.stpaulsepiscopal.com 252-752-3482 secretary@stpaulsepiscopal.com