The mission of St. Francis Church is to follow Jesus Christ, to provide a spiritual home for worship and Christian growth, to encourage love and fellowship within the parish family, to promote harmony with God's creation in the spirit of St. Francis, and to serve the needs of the greater community.
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SUNDAY May 26:
Change to summer schedule,
services at 8 am & 10 am.
May 26 at 11:15 am
Celebration of Virginia Sircy's ministry on her last Sunday with St. Francis
SHRINE MONT St. Francis WEEKEND
“PIRATES OF ORKNEY SPRINGS”
With Mermaids, Sailors and other Sea Creatures too!
FRIDAY, MAY 31 TO SUNDAY, JUNE 2
Registration Form Here.
DUE MONDAY MAY 20
Want to Talk?
Our priests are available throughout the week by appointment for visits at your home or workplace, or at the church office. If you prefer a more casual, drop-in style, or if you'd like to introduce a friend on "neutral ground", you can find the Rector at Katie's in the Old Brogue on Thursday mornings between 8 and 9, and the Associate Rector at Starbucks in the Village Center on Tuesday afternoons between 4 and 5. All are welcome!
Natural & Man-made Disasters –
Here’s How to Help
Send a check to Episcopal Relief and Development, marked for the particular disaster relief, to ERD, PO Box 7058, Merryfield, VA 22116-7058.
Write a check to St. Francis Church and mark it ERD named disaster, and we will forward it with other funds.
For the latest news, click ERDNOW:
To make an online donation go to www.er-d.org, click on items about disasters and follow instructions.
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