You are cordially invited to join the St. Boniface family for worship, prayer, fellowship and Holy Eucharist.
Mission Statement: St. Boniface is a Christ-centered Episcopal community of faith and love dedicated to living and witnessing the Gospel. We seek to meet spiritual needs and support Christian values within a caring atmosphere through faithful worship, education and fellowship. Our faith directs us to be responsive to the needs of people within and beyond our parish.
At the ten AM service on Easter morning, we welcomed members of George Tregaskis’ family as the church library was dedicated to his memory. The plaque reads as follows:
Dr. George K. Tregaskis
Dedicated to a man of great faith who lived,
learned and lead many in the Lord.
The Bulldogs Bible Discussion group which he founded has resumed meeting at Pat Tregaskis condo, Altamont on alternate Wednesdays at 7 PM.
The Easter Egg Hunt following the ten o’clock service on Easter Sunday brought smiles to the faces of young and old. Thanks to Amanda Wilber and her crew of egg hiders for planning this event.
Children’s Chapel continues each Sunday during the 10 AM service.
Anne Napoli has taken on the task of publicity for the parish and our Easter Week services were printed in local papers. Thanks, Anne.
If there are specific events, services or fund raisers that should be publicized throughout the community, please send Anne all the relevant details at least TWO WEEKS before the event to ensure timely publication.
The Joyful B’s Women’s Group met on April 8 for a short spiritual reading provided by Barbara Emerson. During the meeting the women discussed prayer needs in the congregation. They also talked about the possibility of another field trip or lunch date.
The May meeting was moved to the second Saturday, May 13, at ten AM to avoid conflict with the Rummage Sale.
The Children’s Chapel continues each Sunday during the ten AM service. Amanda Wilber will be organizing an Easter Egg Hunt for the students on Easter Sunday following the ten o’clock service. The class will be studying the book of Numbers after Easter.
Nicole Green and Amanda Wilber will be co-chairing the Rummage Sale on Saturday, May 6, from 8 AM - 1 PM. No clothing will be accepted for this sale. Please save your clean, usable donations of dishes, household goods, books, jewelry, tools, sporting equipment and home décor. Donations may be brought to church and put in the large Sunday School room beginning Saturday, April 29. Unsold items will be donated unless they are picked up at the close of the sale.
A sign-up sheet will be posted in the narthex at church and online for volunteers to help with the sale. Michael Noone has volunteered to man the grill, hot dogs and hamburgers will be available during the event at a reasonable cost. FREE coffee and tea will be provided throughout the day.
Come and enjoy some fellowship and lend a hand. Proceeds to benefit Building on Faith.
The Annual Church Picnic will be held on Sunday, June 4, following the ten o’clock service. Food will be served in the social hall. Hamburgers and hot dogs will be provided.
You may sign up either on the sign-up sheet at the Church or from the church website in May.
Nicole and Tom Green have volunteered to take over the maintenance of our landscaping plants. John Rusinovitch will keep the brush cleared near Route 20. Gene Brosseau continues to take care of mowing the grass.
The Brotherhood of St. Andrew meets every third Saturday at 7:30 AM for prayer, study, service and fellowship. Upcoming meeting dates are April 22, May 13 and June 3. The group does not meet during July and August.
The Life Long Learners continue in their 24-week study on the human body. An active discussion follows each video. The group meets at Harry Carlson’s condo in Altamont at Monday evenings at 7:15 PM