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What’s New at St. Clare’s – July 21, 2016

The readings for this coming Sunday. This summer we have two choices for the lectionary and we will be following Tract 1. This tract allows us to hear consecutive stories from scripture over the weeks rather than hearing things that may perhaps be a bit more disjointed. http://www.lectionarypage.net/YearC_RCL/Pentecost/CProp12_RCL.html Come and join us in celebrating St.…

What’s New at St. Clare’s – July 13, 2016

THIS SUNDAY AT ST. CLARE’S Here are the readings for this coming Sunday. This summer we have two choices for the lectionary and we will be following Tract 1. This tract allows us to hear consecutive stories from scripture over the weeks rather than hearing things that may perhaps be a bit more disjointed. http://www.lectionarypage.net/YearC_RCL/Pentecost/CProp11_RCL.html…

What’s New at St Clare’s July 6, 2016

THIS SUNDAY AT ST. CLARE’S Here are the readings for this coming Sunday. This summer we have two choices for the lectionary and we will be following Tract 1. This tract allows us to hear consecutive stories from scripture over the weeks rather than hearing things that may perhaps be a bit more disjointed. http://www.lectionarypage.net/YearC_RCL/Pentecost/CProp10_RCL.html…

What’s New at St Clare’s June 9th

Here are the Lectionary readings for this coming Sunday. This summer we have two choices for the lectionary and we will be following Tract 1. This tract allows us to hear consecutive stories from scripture over the weeks rather than hearing things that may perhaps be a bit more disjointed. If you are reading this…

What’s New May 26, 2016

REMEMBER KEN? For those of you who remember Ken Van Dine, I had the pleasure of talking with him last week. His daughter was visiting and suggested a phone call. What a surprise to answer! He is doing as well as can be expected, and his dementia is progressing slowly so that he doesn’t remember…

What’s New May 19, 2016

This weekend is CROP Walk!  We approach this event in solidarity with those who hunger physically and spiritually in Snoqualmie Valley and around the world. The funds we raise go to Snoqualmie Valley Food Bank (25%) and Church World Services’ food distribution network (75%). Get a car washed for the cause…join in ecumenical worship…walk the walk…enjoy…