“I am with you always…” These were Jesus’s words to his disciples—and to us—just before he ascended to Heaven (Matthew 28:20). Flat Jesus is a visible reminder of that promise and a way to remember to take our Lord with you everywhere you go in life. This lighthearted project was started by an Episcopal Church in Michigan and has since spread around the world. It was based on a children’s book about Flat Stanley and the way teachers used the character to help children have fun connecting with each other by taking Flat Stanley figures with them during the day and sharing pictures of his...Read More
In 1985, a St. Jude parishioner submitted one of the St. Jude “Church Mice” to a Family Circle Magazine contest. “Plum Pudding Christmas Mouse” received 1st Prize! The mouse was published in the magazine with the sidebar “Country Christmas Ornament: Our country Christmas mouse knows that it’s the simple spirit of sharing that makes the holidays so special. Her gift to you is a tasty steamed pudding (actually an acorn with painted-on garnish). She can be made in less than two hours from scraps of felt, fabric, ribbon, and lace.” From that point on, the St. Jude Church Mice became a beloved tradition with new costumes and themes being designed every...Read More
The Church of St. Jude (Episcopal), Wantagh, New York, is a welcoming community of faith embracing and serving all of God's children regardless of race, gender, ethnicity, age, sexual orientation, gender identity, disability or socio-economic condition. Revised Unanimously by St. Jude's Vestry, June 15, 2015
The Church of St. Jude (Episcopal), Wantagh, New York, is a welcoming community of faith embracing and serving all of God’s children regardless of race, gender, ethnicity, age, sexual orientation, gender identity, disability or socio-economic condition.
Revised Unanimously by St. Jude’s Vestry, June 15, 2015
April 9, 2016: 2016 Estate Law and Estate Planning Update (Free Event hosted by the Senior Ministry Committee)
April 16, 2016: The Chinese Auction (Sponsored by the St. Jude Senior Ministry Committee) Tickets ($20 each) are available after each Sunday service!
April 30, 2016: Rogation Day Organic Festival: St. Jude’s Youth Ministry invites children and teens (Grades 3 and up) to the Rogation Day Organic Festival at St. Francis in North Bellmore on Saturday morning, April 30th. We will participate in a special liturgy for blessing the land, work in the garden, make crafts, and share in a potluck lunch. Save the date! More information to follow.
8:00 a.m. (Old Elizabethan Mass)
10:15 a.m. (Family Mass with Music)
6:00 p.m. (Meditative Mass with Music – in the Chapel)
8:00 p.m. Healing Mass (In the Chapel)
Holy Days: As Announced
Sunday School is held at 10:00 a.m.