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Wine Festival 2019 – SAVE THE DATES

September 3, 2019

…We’re resting up because pie baking will begin on Thursday, September 26th. Pies will be available for sale that day beginning at 1:00 PM from the church parish hall located at 51 West Main Street. They will also be sold from our tent located on the corner of West Main and South Pearl Streets beginning Friday, September 27th through Sunday, September 29th. Sunday sales begin at 12:00 following the morning worship services which we cordially invite you to join us at either 8:30 or 10:30 AM.

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Christmas Boutique continues…

December 11, 2018

Mark your calendars and stop by for your last minute shopping ideas at Holy Cross Episcopal Church, located at 51 West Main Street.  We have an array of different gifts ideas as well as decorating items as the photographs will show you.

Don’t have time to make Christmas cookies for the holidays?  We’ve got you covered there as well.  Assorted cookies are available in different sizes for your Christmas holiday.  

Come meet our Christmas Elf and see what we have to offer to help you finish your shopping and baking needs. 

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The Horror of Recent Events

October 28, 2018

The letters below are from The Most Reverend Michael B. Curry, Presiding Bishop of The Episcopal Church and The Rt. Reverend Sean W. Rowe, Bishop of the Diocese of Northwestern Pennsylvania.  

Dear Friends, 
 
I’m here in Des Moines, Iowa at the convention of the Episcopal Diocese of Iowa. It’s Saturday, and several hours ago you learned, as did we all, that a gunman entered Tree of Life synagogue in Pittsburgh.

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Remember the Date…

September 17, 2018

Friday, September 21st, is the International Day of Peace. If ever there was a time to pray for peace, among many other things, that time is now.  Holy Cross will be open from 9:30 to 4:00 for anyone and everyone who would like to come in and offer prayers for the peace of the world or anything else that may be on your heart that you would like to talk to God about.

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Grape Pies at Wine Festival 2018

September 8, 2018

It’s a “Grape Day” in the Kingdom!

The pie-baking, goodie-making marathon at Holy Cross Episcopal Church is about to begin as Wine Festival 2018 approaches.  This is our largest annual fundraiser, and the funds raised from this event allowed us to share the 2017  proceeds with several outreach ministries, both locally and abroad. Proceeds from this year’s  Wine Festival will enable us to further that mission. So we gather supplies and recruit helping hands.

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Responding to Report on Sexual Abuse in PA Roman Catholic Dioceses

August 17, 2018

Dear People of God:

In the last several days, our fellow Christians in the Roman Catholic Church here in Pennsylvania have been shaken by the revelations of widespread child sexual abuse committed over many years by clergy in that church and covered up by bishops and other church leaders. The stories detailed in the grand jury report released on Tuesday are horrific and evil, and have shaken to its core the faith of many good people who have trusted in the church their entire lives. 

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Holy Cross Celebrates Sugar Plum Weekend

November 17, 2017

… Since then it has evolved into Sugar Plum weekend with local vendors keeping longer hours over this weekend to allow the residents to do some of their Christmas shopping locally as was done many years ago before the onset of malls and big-box stores.

Holy Cross Episcopal Church, at 51 W. Main St. in North East, will be participating in Sugar Plum weekend by having its first-ever Christmas Boutique on Friday, December 1st and Saturday,

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A Word to the Church from the Episcopal Church’s House of Bishops

September 28, 2017

The bishops of The Episcopal Church came to Alaska to listen to the earth and its peoples as an act of prayer, solidarity and witness. We came because:

  • “The earth is the Lord’s and all that is in it, the world, and those who live in it; for he has founded it on the seas, and established it on the rivers” (Psalm 24:1-2). God is the Lord of all the earth and of all people;

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Can you believe it’s Grape Pie time again?

September 5, 2017

IT’S A “GRAPE DAY” IN THE KINGDOM!  The pie-baking, goodie-making marathon at Holy Cross Episcopal Church is about to begin for the 2017 Wine Festival.  Supplies are being gathered and workers are being recruited for this, our largest annual fundraiser.  We have been involved in many outreach ministries over the past year and proceeds from this event will help to further that mission.

Our grape pies have become known locally and beyond.  

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Words from The Church

August 24, 2017

Where Do We Go From Here: Chaos or Community?

In this moment – when the stain of bigotry has once again covered our land, and when hope, frankly, sometimes seems far away, when we must now remember new martyrs of the way of love like young Heather Heyer – it may help to remember the deep wisdom of the martyrs who have gone before.

The year was 1967. It was a time not unlike this one in America.

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Open Baptism offered on Pentecost at Holy Cross

May 28, 2017

The service is a significant departure from traditional Christian practice. Holy Cross’ priest, Rev. Carol Carlson, explains, “Adult baptism, which in our case is ‘sprinkling’ with water rather than total immersion, usually takes place after a person has been instructed in the basics of Christian faith and promised to be a faithful member of a church community.  In ‘open’ baptism, we invite people in without asking anything of them except the desire to receive this rite,

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Advent series explores Bible’s Christmas stories

December 3, 2016

…whom the church calls “the light of the world”, the solstice was the natural choice. The church also observes the four weeks before Christmas as the season of Advent, a time of preparation to welcome “the light of the world” into hears and deeds.

This year, St. Peter’s Evangelical Lutheran Church and Holy Cross Episcopal Church are joining forces each Thursday evening at 6 p.m., to explore the accounts of Jesus’s birth in the four Gospels of the New Testament.

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Weekly Schedule

Sunday

8:30am: Eucharist – Suspended Until April

9:15am: Study Group – Journeying the Way of Love – All are welcome!

10:30am: Holy Eucharist

11:30am: Coffee & Fellowship Brunch on 3rd Sundays

Monday

8:00pm: AA Open Meeting

Tuesday and Thursday

10:00am – 2:00pm: Open for prayer and meditation.
Suspended until late April.

Friday

6:00pm: Supper and Study All are welcome.

Saturday or TBA

Craft Group meets on a date to be determined. Check the calendar for more information.

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