Sunday is next week! The service will
begin in the Parish Hall with the blessing of the Palms. Healing Prayers will be the following Sunday.
Week Schedules have been sent by mail, they are also in the back of the “Holy
Week & and the Mystery of Easter” booklets.
Extras can be found on the Connect table.
Prayer is offered at 8:30AM on Sunday mornings and at 9:15AM Tuesdays through
Fridays. Anyone can pray the service privately using the Book of Common
Prayer or one of a number of smart phone apps! See the last section of
the digital edition of the “Acts of the Apostles” for details.
are collecting non-perishable food items for the food pantry of St. Mark’s
Episcopal Church, in the Kensington neighborhood of Philadelphia. Look
for the collection box in the hallway outside the parish hall.
next all-church Darby Mission Meal: 9/17/19.
† Montgomery County will be using the back portion of our parking lot on Sunday, April 28th for a Bike Safety Rodeo in conjunction with the Penn Wynne Civic Association Earth Day Celebration (in the park). We need volunteers to help welcome people onto our property and to do crowd & traffic control. Sign up on the bulletin board outside the church office, or email the office. Free T-shirt for all volunteers who sign up by April 11! Also, note this will affect parking for church on that day.
the Date: Haverford Heritage Festival – Sunday, June 2. The church will have a booth.
Children and Youth
week is Palm Sunday! All families are
encouraged to attend the 10AM service.
There will be fun opportunities for children to participate in the
service. Family Evening Worship will
also be offered at 5:30PM for those who want to come to church twice!
Childcare is available during the 10:00AM Sunday service for children ages 3
and younger in the Godly Play Room.
School: Children Preschool – 2nd grade and 3rd – 8th grade attend Sunday
classes at 10:00AM, the same time as the church service starts; children join
their parents in the church in time for communion. Classes are held on the 1st,
3rd, & 4th Sundays of the month. On 2nd Sundays children attend church with
their parents, either the 10:00PM Holy Eucharist service or the 5:30PM Family
Worship Service. When there is a 5th Sunday, children attend church with their
parents, with some of the children taking part in leading the service.
Holy Apostles Choir School is looking toward it’s grand opening in the Fall of
2019. If you have a potential student,
apply today. More information is
available at holyapostlespa.org/choir-school/.
Please forward this information to friends and neighbors who may be interested.
Contact Deb Stambaugh if you have any questions.
† Get your official Church T-Shirt! We are ordering T-shirts (made in the USA; no sweat shop). If you would like one sign up and list shirt sizes on the bulletin board outside the office. The shirts will be deep blue and will have the “A place to belong” logo on them. Cost: $17 – Earth Day Volunteers are Free!
Flower Memorials– It is our custom to remember deceased loved ones in the light
of Christ’s Resurrection with a stunning array of flowers on Easter day. A letter was sent out this week. Let the office know if you didn’t receive
yours. The suggested donation is $8.00 per name. Extra envelops can be found on the Connect
forget to enter the church through the Parish office door and grab a “Church
Member” badge from the office during Daycare hours (7:00AM – 6:00PM Mon-Fri)!
Cash for Causes Program at Giant Supermarket:
through JT Wertz
card value is given to Holy Apostles operating fund.
used in store or when ordering Giant groceries through peapod online delivery service.
Wednesday at 6:30PM is your last chance to join our Lenten “soup group” which
has met Wednesday nights in Lent! Come
for the soup and stay for a lively discussion about faith and life (or come for
the discussion and stay for the soup!)
This year’s topic is:
“Good News & God’s Mission”
Study is held on Thursdays at 11AM.
† Mainline Reform Synagogue is hosting a Women’s Interfath
event today Sunday, April 7 from 3-5PM. The event is entitled:
“Refugees and Asylum Seekers Share Their Stories of Exodus: A Women’s