Join us for Sunday School this Sunday, October 8th and Sunday, October 15th at 9 am at St. Luke’s Chapel. If you have any questions, please feel free to call Miss Bibi at (410)570-2023 or email to [email protected].
Refreshments for October
October 1 – Connie Cole & Judy Webber
October 8 – Suzanne Sheahan
October 15 – Rick Culotta
October 22 – Trish Anthony
October 29 – Mary Julie
Revised Psalm Study Schedule – ALL ARE INVITED!
The Psalm Study initiated by Charlotte will continue on most Monday mornings from 10:00 – 11:30 in the OW Library. All parishioners are warmly invited to join any session – we will be using the Psalter from the Book of Common Prayer, so just grab a Prayer Book from your shelf or a pew rack at STL or OWC and drop in: no homework required of anyone (except the volunteer session facilitator). The schedule has been revised. Please update your calendar:
Oct 2: Psalm 23 (Praying Our Fear) — Mary
Oct 9: no meeting
Oct 16: Psalm 137 (Praying Our Hate) — Jim
Oct 23: no meeting
Oct 30: Psalm 125 (A Song of Ascents) — Rev. Charlie, recently returned from an extended visit to Jerusalem and Galilee, will offer this psalm as a focal point for what he will share with us about the Temple Mount in Jerusalem and other highlights of his trip.)
Oyez, Oyez, Oyez!
The Vestry of Wye Parish would appreciate your input on a short questionnaire attached below. You will also receive a copy in the mail. Copies will also be available in church on Sunday. Please complete your questionnaire and return it as soon as possible via email, the collection plate, U.S. Mail or drop it by the parish office. Thank you very much to everyone who has already returned questionnaires.
We welcome questionnaire from each church member.
Spirituality and Aging
Please join us and explore spirituality and aging with Dorothy Linthicum. All are welcome, whether you are journeying with a loved one or are an older adult yourself. We will explore what spirituality might be like for older adults and how spiritual practice in everyday life can enrich and deepen the aging process, including the process of death and dying. How can spiritual practices guide us and our loved ones to tap into the ultimate meaning in our lives?
Registration fee/suggested donation: $25. Please don’t let finances keep you from attending.
58th Annual ECW Christmas Bazaar
Saturday, November 4, 2023
from 9 am until 3 pm at Old Wye Church
In the Main Hall You will find:
Mrs. Santa Claus: (at the entrance – to the right of the door)
The Sweet and Savory Shoppe – At the Sign of the Cross -We offer:
Italian biscotti, Brandied Cranberries, Preserves, A Variety of Pies, Cookies, Pizzelles, Cakes, Candies and Breads. Also a Variety of Savory Items: Soups, Cheese spreads, Pot Pies and much more
Remember! These Delicious Sweet and Savory goods- sell out fast;
Silent Auction: We have all manner of wonderful and amazing things such as many Themed Baskets to bid on, but silently: Bid well and often to secure your special prize- The Silent Auction closes at 1:00. Winners determined at 2:00
Handmade Creations Table: Beautiful gifts and decorations-hand made- for someone special
The Main Dining Room– Come to Miss Debbie’s Cafe: Please come and feast on:
Country Ham Biscuits – Deviled Eggs – Chicken Salad Sandwiches – and more
A variety of Soups to please all, including Maryland Crab Soup
Deserts and Also various sorts of Drinks,
Christmas Gardeners Sale: Amaryllis, Paperwhites, Christmas Cacti and more
The Emporium: Finer gifts that an Aristocrat would fancy – Jewelry, Crystal, China, fine collectibles, children’s items and fine kitchen wares.
Christmas Book Shop- In the small Vestry Cottage- At the end of the circle: We have books of all kinds, to give as gifts or enjoy yourself. We have children’s books, Novels, Collectible books, Table top books and much more- Please stop at the Book Cottage
The Old Wye Church: Come tour our 1721 Anglican Church. We finished celebrating our 300th Anniversary last year, of the restored brick structure, of the Old Wye Church. The Church is open and take a self-guided tour at the kiosk or Ask the Town Crier for any information.
White Tent: Sample some Fresh pressed Apple Cider!
Bring Your Wishes for Christmas!
Christmas Bazaar News
The Christmas Bazaar (Saturday, November 4th) is almost around the corner, and we need YOU! The Silent Auction Team is asking that you create and donate a basket. These baskets make marvelous Christmas and hostess gifts. You could team up with a friend for more creativity and fun!
We are delighted to announce that all of the suggested themes for the baskets have been adopted and a Christmas Ornament basket has also been donated. We welcome you, however, to get creative and select another theme and make a basket for the bazaar. You might want to create one relating to an activity that you enjoy.
1. You must supply the basket or an appropriate container for your items.
2. Feel free to add to items suggested.
3. Please email, call or text Sharon Butler if you can help us – [email protected]. 410-310-7584.
Thank you so much!