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Between Sundays
February 6, 2014
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In this Edition:

Community Action Sunday
Year End Tax Statments
Flower Offering Opportunity
Worship Services
Tuesday Recitals
From the Bench
February Newsletter



Between Sundays is the weekly electronic publication of King's Chapel, Boston, MA. Its purpose is to inform members, friends, and subscribed visitors of events that occur between Sunday worship services.

Community Action Sunday
February 2014 Second Sunday Collection: New England Center for Homeless Veterans

On February 9, Community Action Sunday, all contributions to the collection--unless otherwise specified--will go to the New England Center for Homeless Veterans (NECHV).

KC members and friends are cordially invited to attend our annual CAC lunch at the Parish House following Morning Prayer on Sunday, February 9, Community Action Sunday. We will offer a simple lunch with guests from CAC’s newest community partner, the New England Center for Homeless Veterans, our neighbor on Court Street. The lunch speaker will be Stephen Cunniff, who has been Director of Community Affairs at the Center for the past ten years. Steve will tell us about NECHV, which provides temporary shelter, transitional housing, career assistance, and other services to men and women who have served in the U.S. military. He will be joined by some veterans who have benefited from the Center’s services, hopefully including our own KC member, Grady Jones, a former NECHV client who now works there as a manager. Steve will share how we can get involved as volunteers at NECHV... serving meals, helping with resumes, teaching computer skills... or contributors.

Along with the NECHV speaker, we look forward to welcoming guests from the NECHV including Grady Jones, who is known to many of us as a member of King's Chapel. Grady works full-time at NECHV as Veterans Logistics Supervisor, overseeing all the needs of the 300 + veterans who call the Center “home” on a given night.  Originally from New Jersey, Grady is a veteran of the US Army.

Please bring your checkbook! For more info, please contact: Amy Meyer (amymeyerw@comcast.net; 617 523-3780).

 

Year-End Tax Statements
Dear Members and Friends,

By now, you should have received your year-end tax-statements in the mail.  If you have not yet received one and believe that you should have, please contact the Parish House offices.  

Please examine these statements for accuracy.  If you find that any of your donations are not accurately reflected in our records, or notice that any contact information is incorrect or outdated, please let us know so that we can issue a corrected statement before you file your taxes.

--Julina Rundberg, Parish Administrator

Flower Donations
There is an open opportunity to donate flowers for the service on February 23rd!
 
 If you would like to donate an arrangement please contact the Parish Office or Chancel Committee chair Louise Perkins (lwperkins50@live.com) with your inscription for the Order of Service, and send to the attention of Parish Administrator, King's Chapel Parish House, 64 Beacon Street, Boston MA 02108,  a check for $75 made out to the Society of King's Chapel.

Worship Services

SUNDAY FEBRUARY 9
11:00 a.m. Morning Prayer 
The Rev. Joy Fallon, preacher
  • Hugh Scott, lay reader
  • Cathy Price, lector
  • Anne Sexton, head usher
  • William Sears, usher-in-charge
  • Julie Hyde, Gregg Sorensen and David Wheeler, ushers
  • Hallie Speight, Volunteer Guide
The lesson is Matthew 5:13-20.
 
WEDNESDAY FEBRUARY 12
12:15 p.m. Midweek Prayer
The Rev Joy Fallon, preacher
  • Todd Lee, lay reader
  • Ray Lynds, lector

Tuesday Recitals
Join us next Tuesday, February 4, as the Quilisma Consort performs works by Josquin de Prez in the chapel sanctuary.

From the Bench
This Sunday, you will hear the choir sing The Lord's Prayer in French, Latin, and Italian (we figure at this point you know the English words), in settings by Maurice Duruflé, Igor Stravinsky, and Giuseppe Verdi. Heinrich will play Mendelssohn's Organ Sonata no. 6, based on the Lutheran chorale version, Vater Unser in Himmelreich (Our Father Who Art in Heaven), and a triple canon by Middelschulte based on that same chorale.
Rev. Fallon's sermons are now online! Click here to find downloadable PDFs of her sermons from January 2013 to present.
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