April 8th at St. Paul’s, Columbus, 25 women were honored for their support of their parish and community at a Luncheon sponsored by the Diocesan Episcopal Women’s Ministries Council. Bishop-Elect Jennifer Baskerville-Burrows presented their certificates.
Carol Baum – Good Samaritan Brownsburg
Mary Boggs – St. Alban’s, Indianapolis
Pat Carter – St. James’, New Castle
Dr. Carolyn Cooper – Chapel of the Good Shepherd,West Lafayette
Karen Dickie – Christ Church Church, Madison
Carla Ewing – St. Paul’s, Evansville
Judith Gillespie – St. Paul’s, Columbus
Jane Herr – St. David’s, Bean Blossom
Rhoda Keough – St. Phillip’s, Indianapolis
Dr. Maggie McClure – St. John’s, Lafayette
Marie Krebs O’Neil – St. Paul’s New Albany
Kaye Palmer – St. Matthew’s, Indianapolis
Irene Ray – St. James’, Vincennes
Nancy Rayfield – Trinity, Bloomington
Dr. Jane Root – Trinity, Indianapolis
Helen Rudesill – St. Paul’s, Indianapolis
Susan Steigerwald –Trinity, Lawrenceburg
Betty Whaley – Christ Church Cathedral, Indianapolis
Parishioners at St. Paul’s, New Albany, had a great time as Mary and Joseph traveled from home to home during Advent and everyone had an opportunity to write and share journal reflections about their “visit.”
The Holy Family has also been traveling to a different parishioner’s home each night during Advent at St. Paul’s, New Albany. One parishioner took them shopping at Meijer and says she had trouble keeping them away from the donuts!
Sunday at 10 AM – 1 PM
St Paul’s Episcopal Church New Albany, Indiana
1015 East Main Street, New Albany, Indiana 47150
Pipe and drum will accompany the clans from the Scottish Society of Louisville as they process into church. Following the church service the parish is hosting a Scottish themed brunch in the Carriage House.
This year the Kirkin coincides with the Feast of St. Margaret of Scotland. Shakespeare made familiar the names of Macbeth, Macduff, Duncan, and Malcolm; but it is not always remembered that Malcolm married and English princess, Margaret, about 1070. Her zeal for the church as well as her founding of schools, hospitals, and orphanages, makes her one of Scotland’s most beloved saints.
St. Paul’s, New Albany, is delighting in the now-cooler late summer weather to continue its Holy Hikes—a time of sharing Eucharist and a Saturday morning hike in a scenic park or hiking trail in the area.