BROOKSIDE CHAPEL SERVICES

Again this year, there will be mid-week services during July and August at the Brookside Chapel on Day Rd. at the corner of Slayton Settlement Rd., Lockport.

The day of the services has been changed from Wednesday evenings to Thursdays, however, the time has remained the same at 7 pm.  If anyone is interested in bringing a picnic supper to enjoy before the service, you are welcome to do so!

The schedule of celebrants for the services on Thursdays at 7 pm is as follows:

     July 10 - The Rev. Joseph Kozlowski

     July 17 - The Rev. Thomas Mitchell

     July 24 - Bishop Franklin (with a potluck supper at 6 pm)

     July 31 - The Rev. Judith Lee

     Aug. 7 - The Rev. Joseph Kozlowski

     Aug. 14 - The Rev. Diane Pike

     Aug. 21 - The Rev. Cindy Sever

     Aug. 28 - The Rev. Cindy Sever

If you've never visited the Chapel for a service you might want to go at least to one of the dates to enjoy a service in an old Episcopal Church in a peaceful, rural setting!

 

Men's Club Donation...

                       

The Christ Church Men's Club recently held their Annual Chicken BBQ with a portion of the proceeds given to Lockport CARES.  William Few, from the Men's Club, is shown above presenting a check to Marty Nagy, a representative of Lockport CARES to help fund their many outreach projects!

 


  Annual Strawberry Festival

Wednesday, June 18th  4-7 pm!

It was a HUGE success!!

Beef & Pulled Pork sandwiches, hotdogs, Potato, Macaroni & German Potato salads, Deviled Eggs, Baked Beans, and....our Famous Strawberry Shortcakes with biscuit or ice cream!

Games for the youngsters, a great Bake Sale and Crafters as well as concerts by the Lock City Glee Club and the Lockport Chorale.  We all had such a great time!!

LOOK FOR US AGAIN NEXT YEAR!!

 

 

 

 Rummage Sale/Basket Raffle

 

"Attic Treasures" Rummage Sale & Basket Raffle was held at the church on Saturday, May 3rd from 9 am to 1 pm and

Sunday, 12 noon to 3:30 pm!!

Huge collection of books for every age and interest!  Shown are co-chairladies Gloria Bryant & Laurie Monaco displaying just a few of the many baskets that were available!

Drawings for baskets were held at 4 pm on SUNDAY...winners were notified by phone if not present!!

 

        Men's Club Annual Chicken BBQ

The 22nd Annual event took place on Sunday, May 4th at the church from 11:30 am to 4 pm.

Donation:  Adults $9 & Children $7 which included chicken, potato, salad, beans, Roll & butter & dessert.  Take-outs were available!!

 Proceeds benefited Lockport Cares & Christ Church

The church is handicap accessible!


 

        

         (photo taken at St. Paul's Cathedral)         Evensong

                                                                                (photo taken at Christ Church)

 

The St. Paul's Episcopal Cathedral Choirs of Buffalo, under the direction of Mr. Jonathan Scarozza, provided the special music for a service of Evensong at Christ Church on Sunday evening, March 23rd at 4 pm. 
The Evensong is a sung evening prayer service which comes from England.

Following the service, a dinner of soups, salads and desserts was given for all in attendance.  A "meet and greet" was held before the service.

The Cathedral Choirs will be going on tour to England during the summer of 2015.  They will sing and tour Ely Cathedral and Peterborough Cathedral while there.

 

It is NOT too late to register!  If you'd like to join one of the book clubs, please call the parish office at 716-433-9229 and let us know whether you will attend the Tuesday or Wednesday Book Club.  A few extra books were ordered for anyone who would still like to join!

Also, be sure to save this next date...

The author of "Selling Water by the River" will speak at the Diocesan Ministry Center in the Town of Tonawanda on Thursday, April 3rd at 7 pm.  This presentation will be open to everyone and is FREE.  Details will follow as soon as more information is available.

 


Christmas Outreach Huge Success!!

Over 60 families benefited from our food collection but it's not over yet!  We are now collecting hats, mittens and scarves to provide warmth for those in need during this most frigid winter...

 

 

 

AND...for the month of February...we need SOUP...lots and lots of soup...bring in your donation and leave it in the Cloister!!  Those in need will really appreciate your help!!!!

 

 


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