Welcome 

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.

Regular Schedule 

Sunday
  • Holy Eucharist - Rite II
    – 8:05 AM
  • Holy Eucharist followed by Coffee Hour
    – 10:00 AM
Wednesday
  • Holy Eucharist
    – 12:05 PM

Announcements 

Science and Religion Ministry

The S & R Ministry has begun a new lecture series.  It is Plato's Republic as interpreted by and taught by David Roochnik Associate Professor of Philosophy at Boston University.  

     The series consists of 24 30 minute lectures on DVDs from the Teaching Company's The Great Courses.  We have audited Lecture 1: Plato's Life and Times and all agree, Prof. Roochnik is a dynamic presenter of what will likely prove to be a very interesting and timely learning experience.  

     This is a good opportunity to join us.


Joyful B's

The Joyful B’s Women’s Group voted to donate $1000 toward the cost of re-
doing the downstairs small meeting room into a study. The room has already
been stripped and emptied. Jack Fairbank continues to work on the makeover.
The Joyful B’s will meet on Saturday, March 2, at ten AM, for a business
meeting and short spiritual program. Women are asked to bring donations for
the Easter basket raffle. Two baskets will be assembled, drawing to take place
Easter Sunday, April 21. Members should also bring donations for three baskets
which will be delivered to the home-bound and shut-in members of the parish.
On March 9, the women will meet at the Pottery Place in Stuyvesant Plaza at
ten AM to paint an item of their choice. Each participant can choose any of the
items available to paint and will pay only for their specific item. The women
plan on going to lunch after the painting session.
The Joyful B’s will hold a special craft session at the church on Saturday, April
6, also at ten AM. Supplies will be provided for each woman to assemble a
multi-colored bracelet. Each colored bead stands for a different phrase of the
23 rd Psalm and can be used as the Psalm is recited. There will be a charge for
materials.


Socks for the Homeless

Sunday, February 24 will be the last day for the socks for the homeless
collection. Please remember your donations of new socks, any size, style or
color. A basket in the narthex is provided for the collection.


Thank you

Thanks to our loyal volunteers the church is cleaned weekly and the walks
cleared as necessary. Many hands make light work, more volunteers are always
welcome. Coffee hour hosts are also needed. Check the sign-up sheet in the
kitchen for openings during March.


Guilderland Food Pantry - Community Dinner


2019 Election Results

Terms and vestry members after election. 
Jack Fairbank was re-elected to a two year term as warden.
Elected to three year terms as vestry members:

  • Marlene Jefferson
  • Laura McQuade
  • Doug McCurdy

Unfinished terms left vacant by resignations:

  • Susan Gushlaw was elected to fill remaining two years of a vacant term.
  • Anne Napoli was elected to fill a one year vacancy.
  • A second one-year vacancy will be filled by appointment and approval of the vestry, or left vacant until the election of 1/2020.

Charlie Giglio as Diocesan Convention Deputy.

Convention dates Friday June 7- Sunday June 9, 2019.


Ash Wednesday Services Announced

There will be three Ash Wednesday services with Imposition of Ashes at 7 AM, 12:05 PM and 7 PM on Wednesday March 6. Please plan on attending one as we begin our observance of Lent.


Renovations Continue

Now that the bathrooms have been newly renovated,
Jack Fairbank will be coordinating efforts to update the downstairs back classroom/meeting room.  The room has been emptied and will be converted into a study which Fr. Steven can use to meet with families. The design team of Marlene Jefferson, Barbara Emerson and Laura McQuade are also involved with the project.


Contact Us 

Saint Boniface Episcopal Church

5148 Western Turnpike
(P.O. Box 397)
Guilderland, New York 12084
Map  •   Directions
Phone 518 355 0134

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