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.
Jane Scherck will again be running a Summer Sunday School Program during the 10 AM service.
The program generally involves a story and craft, and includes a snack.
About thirty people used their coupons at Blaze Pizza on Thursday night. The parish received $60 in return for our business.
The first Spring Fest Rummage Sale and Vendor Fair brought many
customers to the parish. Live music created a lively backdrop for the event.
Homemade baked goods, hot dogs, hamburgers, sausage and peppers were
enjoyed by workers and customers alike. The event’s net profit was about
$700 which was donated to the parish. Leftover goods were taken to various
local agencies and donated.
Changes next year will include earlier hours of 8 AM to 1 PM and a
color coded pricing system.
The Guilderland Interfaith Council food Pantry which operates out of Hamilton Union Presbyterian Church has requested donations of paper products and detergent. Please bring your donations to church and place them in the donation basket in the narthex.
Prayer shawl ministry meetings have been suspended until Fall.
On Saturday, June 18, the Brotherhood of St. Andrew invites all themen of the parish to join them for a five mile hike through the Pine Bush.
Following the hike the men will gather for brunch at Mike’s Diner.
The Brotherhood of St. Andrew meets every third Saturday at 7:30 AM, for prayer, study, and fellowship.
Last Spring regular meeting date is Saturday, June 4. Regular meetings resume in September
The Parish Family Picnic will be held after services on Sunday, June 26. Hot dogs and hamburgers will be provided by the parish. Parishioners are asked to bring a side dish or salad or dessert to share. Attendees should sign up at the parish with number attending and food donation. There will be games in the churchyard for children of all ages. Please join us for this family event and bring a friend.
During the summer months the regular rehearsals and schedule of thechoir are suspended for a well-deserved vacation. The entire congregation isencouraged to consider themselves the choir during the summer.
Nicole Green will be organizing a series of early evening activities for children (and their families) during July and August. Each session will have a different theme and include a snack. The proposed schedule would be one night every other week and each session would last about two hours.