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St. Thomas invites their neighbors at All Saints' to Sunday morning Zoom worship at 10:00 AM as well as to Holy Eucharist at St. Thomas Church on Sundays at 8:00 AM and Wednesdays at 7:00 PM. See below for the Zoom link and bulletin for Sunday and for the links to sign up for in-person worship.

Online Worship for Sunday, November 15, 2020

Twenty-Fourth Sunday after Pentecost, Proper 28, Year A 
 
10:00 AM - Bulletin (the blue underlined text opens the bulletin)
Join Zoom Meeting directly: https://us02web.zoom.us/j/9477797880?pwd=QmRqb3hoa25kckRSTisxZjkvNllWZz09 or login to Zoom with Meeting ID: 947 779 7880 and Passcode: 531346
 
Here are the directions for calling into Zoom from a phone, in case you are without power/internet:
 
  1. Call 1 929 205 6099. You will be prompted to enter the meeting ID number followed by Pound
  2. Enter: 947 779 7880#
  3. You will then be prompted to enter your participant number or to press Pound Enter #
  4. You will then be prompted to enter the pass code followed by pound. Enter: 531346#
In person Eucharist opportunities at St. Thomas
To sign up for the Sunday morning service at 8:00 AM in the church click on the underlined link. The sign-up is open until the day before each Sunday.
 

To sign up for the Wednesday evening service at 7:00 PM in the church click on the underlined links. The sign-up is open until the day before each Wednesday.
 
 
A link to the address of St. Thomas Church can be found HERE.

Together, More than Ever:
The Annual Harrison Interfaith Thanksgiving Service.


Monday, November 23, 7:30 PM

Join us for this inspiring program featuring readings, prayers, songs, and benedictions in English, Greek, Latin, and Hebrew.
 
The one-hour program will take place online at the following Zoom link:
 

The service will also be broadcast live at: https://www.facebook.com/jccofharrison
Harrison Holiday Project
The Town of Harrison invites All Saints' to bring joy to local families during the Holiday Season. The deadline for the project is Wednesday, December 9. Here is their letter on how to participate this year:
 
Over the past several years, The Harrison Holiday Project has collected funds for food and gifts to give to Harrison families in need. This initiative, which was created to spread holiday cheer to needy families in Harrison, West Harrison and Purchase, has become the ‘feel-good’ project of the year that many look forward to. It brings this wonderful community of ours together to help one another. As the 2020 Holiday Season approaches, we recognize that this year has been more challenging in so many ways for our entire community.

Everyone likes to feel special during the holiday season, no matter his or her age. As residents and past supporters of the Project, we are once again reaching out to you to help bring holiday joy to members of our community. With the difficult economic conditions brought on by the COVID-19 crisis, the number of individuals that the Harrison Department of Community Services assists has increased dramatically. We hope that with your generosity, we will be able to provide for over 460 individuals within our community. The Harrison Holiday Project families range from 1 to 10 people including the elderly, single parents, and over 180 children, infants to teens.

Due to unprecedented circumstances, the Harrison Holiday Project will look different this year. In lieu of purchasing physical gifts for each person, we will be giving every individual a gift card to Target which will allow them to purchase toys, clothing, electronics, food and much more. In addition, each individual will also receive a gift card to their local supermarket.

To sponsor one or more families, please send a check payable to “The Harrison Holiday Project" to The Harrison Holiday Project, P.O. Box 47, Harrison, NY 10528 or use the envelope provided OR please visit https://paypal.me/HolidayProject2020 to make an online donation.

The average dollar amount that The Harrison Holiday Project gives to each family in need is $150. All monies collected will help us purchase the gift cards as well as support the Harrison Food Pantry. Any donation that you can make, large or small, would be greatly appreciated.

This is the perfect time of year to focus on giving rather than receiving. Please generously demonstrate why it truly is great to live in Harrison by helping your neighbors feel the joy of this year’s holiday season. If you have any questions, feel free to contact us via email at theharrisonholidayproject@gmail.com or send mail to The Harrison Holiday Project, P.O. Box 47, Harrison, NY 10528.

With Much Gratitude- Jenny Schenk & Toni Braiotta
Veterans Day

We thank our veterans for their bravery, dedication and sacrifice this past Wednesday, November 11, 2020.

Episcopalchurch.org sends a warm Veterans Day Greeting letter from The Right Revd. Carl Walter Wright,the Episcopal Church's Bishop for the Armed forces and Federal Ministries.
Episcopal Charities - You're Invited!

Episcopal Charities is pleased to invite you to this year’s annual Virtual Tribute Dinner: Responding to the Call on Thursday, November 19th at 8 PM. The event will run for 60 minutes and will feature a number of the outreach programs we help support to, giving you an insider’s view of the transformative work that is taking place even during the pandemic. Plus, there will be musical performances and appearances by some very special guests, including the Presiding Bishop, the Most Rev. Michael B. Curry; Deborah Roberts and Al Roker; Gina Belafonte; and more! We hope you will join us. Visit – and bookmark – ecny.charity/dinner to join the event!
 
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