Between Sundays
April 24, 2014
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In this Edition:

Mother's Day Walk for Peace
Habitat Boston Build
Community Action Committee
Worship Services
Tuesday Recitals
From the Bench
Dick Perkins on WBUR

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.

Mother's Day Walk for Peace
King's Chapel members Denton Crews and Carol Genovese invite members of the congregation to join them in walking in the Mother's Day Walk for Peace on May 11th.  The walk begins at 8:00 am at Town Field Park, 1520 Dorchester Ave., Boston

The Mother's Day Walk for Peace was started by parents who lost their son to gun violence. Last year it had approximately 10,000 walkers.

If you are interested in joining a King's Chapel contingent of walkers this year, please contact Carol or Denton:
Elsie Herrmann filling an urn before the Easter Vigil.

Invitation to a Habitat for Humanity Boston Build
In 2012 King's Chapel invited First Church Boston to build with us. Their participants helped complete our team. This year First Church Boston has invited King's Chapel to build with them on Saturday, June 28. The build will be in either Roxbury or Roslindale, to be determined shortly before the event by HFH Boston. The build will be from 9:00 AM to 3:30 PM. All abilities are welcome. If you are interested, please contact Peter Sexton at or 781 383-9028.
Kathe German preparing for Easter celebrations.

Community Action Committee

We are actively looking for new CAC members and friends, to increase our ability to offer cheerful service to community programs which serve the needs of our city.

Please contact Amy Meyer (Tel. (617)523-3780; if interested.
Many Many Thanks to Louise Perkins, Paula and Mark Tranter, and all the many volunteers who helped in decorating King's Chapel for Easter.  It was beautiful!  Well done.

Worship Services

11:00 a.m. Morning Prayer with Great Litany
Jedediah Mannis, guest preacher
  • Louise Perkins, lector
  • Amy Meyer, lay reader
  • Anne Sexton, head usher
  • Charles Perry, usher-in-charge
  • Paul Luca, Judy Luca and Marie Wells, ushers
  • Alison La Rosa Montez, soloist
The lesson is John 20:19-31.

12:15 p.m. Midweek Prayer
Jake Bitner, preacher
  • Steven Aucella, lay reader
  • Ray Lynds, lector

Tuesday Recitals
Join us next Tuesday, April 29, as Phillip Christ of Germany performs works by Bach, Buxtehude and Lübeck on our C.B. Fisk Organ.

From the Bench

Thanks to everyone who sang their hearts out for Holy Week! A wonderful sequence of worship services as always. This week, guest flutist Alison La Rosa Montez will join Heinrich for the prelude by Johann Joachim Quantz. The choir will sing Norwegian composer Knut Nystedt's Peace I Leave With You, inspired by our gospel reading.  And, more homegrown, the offertory will be I Believe That My Redeemer Lives by Massachusetts native and long-time Boston College faculty member Alexander Peloquin.  


Rev. Fallon's sermons are now online! Click here to find downloadable PDFs of her sermons from January 2013 to present.

Member Dick Perkins on WBUR

Dick Perkins, 78, and Tony Carleton, 80, have been friends since the 1950s, when they met as undergrads on the Dartmouth College ski team... A few years ago, macular degeneration left Dick legally blind, and he had to hang up his skis.

Until Tony had an idea: He proposed serving as a ski guide, so his visually impaired friend could return to the mountain.

With hearty laughs, they joke that they represent a classic image: the halt leading the blind. They shared their story with WBUR.

Thanks for being an inspiration, Dick!  Read the full story HERE on WBUR's Website.

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