Map your own spiritual journey @ Kanuga
Begin the fall season with friends you know and friends you’ve yet to meet as Patricia Turk and Roy Tripp guide us on a journey of self-discovery at the Episcopal Conference Center near Hendersonville, NC., on Sept. 7-9. Please see the information sheet here or pick one up in the back of the church or at the Center. The event is limited to the first 50 people who register. Although the deadline is Aug. 1, don’t delay—we expect to reach the maximum quickly. Click here to find out more about Kanuga.
UPDATE ON PURCHASE OF UNION CHURCH
Port Royal Town Council okays sale of Union Church to St. Mark's
In a surprise move last night, Port Royal Town Council voted unanimously to approve the sale of Union Church to St. Mark's. The vote, which was unexpectedly moved up from July 18, followed a public hearing where 19 St. Mark's and community members spoke eloquently in favor of the sale and only one person spoke against it. The Episcopal Church Building Foundation has approved the loan, and we expect to close on the sale in mid- to late-August. There were some hiccups along the way, but thanks to a concerted effort by Rev. Roy, the Vestry, the Task Force, and many many members, we'll soon have our very own church!
FROM THE EPISCOPAL CHURCH IN SOUTH CAROLINA
To read about plans for the future of our diocese, please click on the FAQ link below. These Frequently Asked Questions have been published to provide information and share hope for a future that remains grounded in the love of God. Paper copies are available in the church and the Center. Take copies home to share with family and friends, and continue to pray for reconciliation.
CALLING ALL COOKS
A St. Mark's cookbook is in the early stages of development and all cooks are asked to submit recipes to be included. The proceeds from the cookbook will go toward a ministry identified by the Outreach and Mission Committee. The price for the cookbook will be $15.
To Submit Recipes ONLINE:
The deadline for all recipes is July 1, 2018
This website is provided for St. Mark’s by our cookbook publisher, Morris Press Cookbooks, Kearney, NE.
· Go to www.typensave.com and click “login”
· Enter the user Name: Episcopalians
· Enter the user name: butter856 and click “submit”
· Enter your name and click “continue”
· Click “add recipes” to begin
Recipe Writing Guidelines:
Submit from one to six recipes. If more desired, just give us a call.
Once your recipe is entered be sure to proof and then save. Once you have logged out, you cannot make changes. Changes and edits can be made by the committee only. Just let us know.
· List all the ingredients in the order used.
· Include all amounts and container sizes: 2 (8oz.) cans.
· Write directions in one paragraph.
· Use ingredient names in the directions (combine sugar and flour) rather than (combine the first two ingredients.)
· Abbreviate measurements:
c. – cup, pt. – pint, tsp. – teaspoon, T. – tablespoon, lb. – pound, doz. – dozen,
env. - envelope, pkg. – package, oz. – ounce, gal. – gallon, opt. – optional, reg. – regular, qt. – quart, lg. – large, med. – medium, sm. – small, ctn. – carton.
Having trouble entering your recipe online?? Our publisher, Morris Press Cookbooks, provides all day technical support for St. Mark’s - Monday thru Friday, 9am to 5pm (central time.)
Call 800-445-6621. They are gracious and very helpful.