Word to the Wyes 3/11/21

This Sunday, March 14
Churches open for in-person services
8 am in-person service of Holy Communion – St. Luke’s Chapel
10 am service of Morning Prayer – in-person and Facebook live – Old Wye
We ask members and guests attending in-person to please wear facemasks.

A Celtic Prayer
Christ be with me, Christ within me,
Christ behind me, Christ before me,
Christ beside me, Christ to win me,
Christ to comfort and restore me.
Christ beneath me, Christ above me,
Christ in quiet, Christ in danger,
Christ in hearts of all that love me,
Christ in mouth of friend and stranger.

Birthday blessings to Dr. Lowell Perry and Meredith Damschroder.
Warmest regards in Christ,
Reverend Charlie

Discovering the Bible, one of the core courses in the Kerygma Study Program continues on Monday, March 8th at 10 am. You are warmly invited in this new year to sample the Kerygma Program in person and online. Contact Rev. Charlie to be included in the link for Zoom. This week – The Proclamation.

Daily Reflections for Lent 2021
Not by Bread Alone – are in church on Sunday
or contact the Parish Office at [email protected] or

  Just a reminder:
For more information on the 300th Anniversary Celebration you can find A Wyes People’s Journey from 1721 to 2021 on the parish website. Look for the 300th Anniversary tab on the home page under Welcome to Wye Parish or click on the logo to the left.

Haven Ministries - Hope Through Shelter, Clothing & Food

Haven Ministries provides the only emergency shelter in the entirety of Queen Anne’s County that serves men, women and children.  We thank Tricia Anthony for providing dinner on Friday, March 12th.
Please contact me if you are interested in providing diner or want more information on Haven Ministries. Thank you very much!
Rick Culotta / [email protected] / 410-829-3129.
Help Wanted !
Haven Ministries would love your help at Our Daily Thread Thrift Store, our new Food Pantry Truck, and the Hope Warehouses.
Our Daily Thread Thrift Store, located at 425 Thompson Creek Road, in Stevensville (in a small strip mall near Cracker Barrel), needs volunteers to work 3 hour shifts one or more times a month. The store is open Monday through Saturday with one shift from 10 am to 1 pm and the other shift from 1 pm to 4 pm. Three volunteers usually work each shift, sorting and putting donations in the shop, selling and arranging displays. Lifting is not required. To volunteer or get additional information, please contact Liz Bazzell at 410-353-0455. If you cannot volunteer, feel free to come in and shop! You may make donations by calling 410-353-0455 for an appointment.