I appears that some received a truncated version of Tuesday's "This Week ..." This is a resend.
Note: Included in the listing of events this week are three programs, offered in the community, to which we would
draw your attention for they offer a forum to become aware of and address the challenge to citizens of our country
to speak to issues, concerns, challenges, problems we face as a citizenry.
Thursday, March 16 7:00pm-8:30pm "Global Capitalism Today"
South Country Peace Group offers a presentation by economist
Dr. Paddy Quick on the role of capitalism in today's ever-changing world.
Dr. Quick is Professor of Economics at St. Francis College, Brooklyn.
She holds a B.A. from Oxford University and a PhD from, Harvard University..
South Country Library 22 Station Road, Bellport
Saturday, March 18 10:00am Carriage House " Indivisible Group"
The initial meeting hosted by Darcy Stevens and B.J. Brown and others of the
Bellport/Brookhaven communities to speak to concerns of President Trump's
Agenda to "Make America Great Again" This meeting will be an informal
conversation and include what is being done by similar groups across the U.S.
Sunday, March 19 10:00am Third Sunday in Lent
Sermon: "Confidence in God's Love"
Lessons: John 4: 5-26 Romans 5: 1-11
4:00pm Book Study: "The Spiral Staircase: My Climb Out of Darkness"
led by Jason Neal
You may attend (and benefit) even if you have not read this book!
Monday, March 20 5:00pm Confirmation Class
7:00pm Session Meeting
Tuesday, March 21 11;30am Brookhaven/Bellport Clergy
St. James Episcopal Church
1:00pm Presbytery Meeting: Amagansett
Sunday, March 28 10:00am Fourth Sunday in Lent
Sermon: "Seeing the 'Wow'"
Lessons: I Samuel 16: 1-13 John 9: 1-25, 38-41
LOOKING AHEAD TO APRIL
Saturday, April 1 9:30am Work Day: Yard cleaning
Sunday, April 2 10:00am Fifth Sunday in Lent/ Holy Communion
Sermon: "Ground Zero vs. A Valley of Life"
Lessons: Ezekiel 37: 1-14 John 11: 1-15
Friday, April 7 8:30am-2:30pm "Working But Still Poor"
2017 Conference of Long Island Jobs with justice
Touro Law Center, Central Islip
Tickets $30 (by Mar. 24) $35 after
Saturday, April 8 10:00am Deacons Meeting in the Gallery