St. Francis by the Sea Episcopal Church

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Tenth Sunday after Pentecost, August 1, 2021

Yes Masks Are Back As our Rector The Rev. Dr. Brent Was wrote to the parish: “Governor Mills has declared that Hancock County is reporting “substantial” community transmission, triggering the new federal CDC recommendation that masks be worn inside by…

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Ninth Sunday after Pentecost, July 25, 2021, 10:00 am

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July 18, 2021, 10:00 am Eighth Sunday after Pentecost Rite II

Our Rector the Rev. Dr. Brent Was is on vacation and he arranged for a real treat for long time members of St. Francis by the Sea in Blue Hill, Maine. A real blast from the past as our preacher…

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The Seventh Sunday after Pentecost: Ordinary Time July 11, 2021

Once again the pews of St. Francis were being used and voices were raised in song. This service was a regular one, except because of the 4 pm Celebration of a New Ministry the choir was resting its vocal chords…

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The Bishop is Coming… The Bishop is Coming…

“Celebration of New Ministry” Fifteen months in the making The Episcopal Bishop of Maine, the Rt. Rev. Thomas Brown is coming to St. Francis by the Sea this Sunday for a “Celebration of New Ministry”. It typically does not take…

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Sixth Sunday after Pentecost July 4th 2021

On this 4th of July we had a wonderful turn out. Once again: Not only are we back we have also begun our Summer 8 am service. The church pews are once again we populated with parishioners happy to see…

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The Fifth Sunday after Pentecost June 27, 2021

Not only are we back we have also begun our Summer 8 am service. The church pews are once again we populated with parishioners happy to see each other’s smiles and to hug after such a long slog through CoVid-19….

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Fourth Sunday after Pentecost June 20, 2021, 10:00 am

Each Sunday everyone seems to get more and more comfortable to be back “home” and together (in person instead of Zoom). The key is to be fully vaccinated. For the safety of the most vulnerable, only fully vaccinated* people may…

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Third Sunday after Pentecost June 13, 2021, 10:00 am

Each Sunday everyone seems to get more and more comfortable to be back “home” and together (in person instead of Zoom). The key is to be fully vaccinated. For the safety of the most vulnerable, only fully vaccinated* people may…

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The Second Sunday after Pentecost: Ordinary Time June 6, 2021

For the second week we were able to accommodate a nearly full house with the relaxed CoVid-19 rules. That said: Vaccinations ARE required!!!! For the safety of the most vulnerable, only fully vaccinated* people may attend in-person worship. Exceptions will…

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