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Giving Thanks

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Giving Thanks

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October 25, 2015

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Father Christopher explains that the blind beggar Bartimaeus was able to “see” that Jesus was the Messiah thanks to his strong faith. We often don’t see what’s around us even though our eyes work. We must “see” what our fellow humans need and act upon it.

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October 11, 2015

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Mother Maxine Barnett, Curate at The Church of St. Jude (Episcopal) in Wantagh, NY tells us that we must move out of our comfort zone and follow God. When we do, he will protect us and provide for our needs.

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September 20, 2015

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Father Christopher Hofer, Rector at The Church of St Jude (Episcopal) in Wantagh, NY explains that even if we are always chosen last in our lives, in God’s Kingdom we are all chosen first.

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Welcome to the Church of St. Jude

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Welcome to the Church of St. Jude

Where God is good all the time and all the time God is good.

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The St. Jude Church Mice

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The St. Jude Church Mice

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...

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