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November 9: Acess this months (October) newsletter by clicking the link below:
The Scottish Heritage Association of Northern Ohio will celebrate the Kirkin' of the Tartans
at St. Bartholomew on Sunday, November 9, 2014 at the 10:30 a.m. service.
As Episcopalians, we owe a debt of gratitude to the Scottish Church.
In the early days of our country,
the bishops of the Church of Scotland defied orders of the Crown and
consecrated Samuel Seabury as the first American Episcopal bishop.
With apostolic succession in the colonies assured,
the Episcopal Church in America was established.
For details on the Kirkin' see Dorothea Kingsbury.
The October calendar is now on the web site. Click on the link to the left.
This tells you what is going on for the next month.
For the very latest information, click on worship services to the left and then on bulletin when you get to that page.
This will show you the latest anouncements and what is going on for the next week.
The calendar also has preliminary calendars for the following two months on pages 2 and 3.
Ongoing: Bible Study 9:15 to 10 AM each Sunday.
Kids' fun Sunday, 5:00 PM, Recurring monthly 3rd Sunday of each month,
followed by kid friendly menu for all. A lesson, crafts and games.
Our pastor is Stephen Secaur.
Please click on the link below to learn more about him.
If you see any problems with this website, wish to make
suggestions etc. please send an e-mail to the main e-mail
on the contacts page and ask for it to be forwarded to
John Charny. Most of the hard work on this site was done
by Manette Lazear but it is John's responsibility to
address issues. Please have patience with us though since
we are both part time volunteers.