The Rev. Ben Robertson preaches a sermon for 23 Pentecost at the Chapel of the Cross.
Come join us Monday, November 13, at 6pm in the parish hall for the November edition of the Chapel Grille. The Dolphins and the Panthers will be on the big screen and copious amounts of meat on the grill. Bring a beverage (beer, wine, non-alcoholic) and a meat of your choice to cook to your liking. Delicious sides will be provided. Bring $10 for outreach. Reach out and bring a friend.
Spiral cut smoked honey glazed hams, smoked turkeys, and smoked pork butts for $40 each or $115 for three. Meat preparation will be on Monday, November 20 at 5:30 PM. Pick-up for the meats is scheduled for Tuesday, November 21 after 5 PM. Call the Chapel Office at 601.856.2593 to place your order.
From the Blog
NEWSFLASH: I have kids and they enjoy Disney movies. Especially Pixar movies. Anna loves “The Incredibles” and “Inside Out.” Henry loves “A Bug’s Life” and “Cars.” My favorite is Toy Story 2, especially the outtakes which still cause me to roll on the floor with laughter.
It is that time of the year for “ghoulies and ghosties and long-leggedy beasties and things that go bump in the night.” The days are getting shorter. Soon daylight savings will be over and outside will be dark thirty at 5:30. Halloween is the climax of this season that is well marked with trick-or-treating, costume parties, haunted houses, hayrides, bobbing for apples, cake walks and various other festival activities.
This past Saturday, we welcomed thousands of visitors to our Chapel grounds for 2017 A Day in the Country. And while I watched those thousands of visitors enjoying roasted corn, kids’ rides, barbecue, and vendor offerings, I watched our Chapel faithful work side by side.