EASTER SUNRISE SERVICE LOCATION CHANGE

Our traditional place of greeting the rising sun on Easter morning has changed.

Corporation Beach is under intense rebuilding due to storm damage and erosion.

The beach and parking lot are closed until Memorial Day weekend, May 23-25.

Our wonderful worship service will be held on the beach in front of the Dennis Yacht Club right on Sesuit Harbor. The service will begin at 6am with sunrise at 6:20am.

Parking is available at the Yacht Club and the surrounding large Marina lots adjacent to the Dennis Yacht Club.

HOLY WEEK SERVICES

April 2 – Maundy Thursday – We will have a Tenebrae Service in our sanctuary at 7:00 p.m.

April 3 – Good Friday – St. David’s Episcopal Church in South Yarmouth will host a Good Friday service from 12:00 noon to 3:00 p.m.  You are invited to attend all or any portion of the service.

Upcoming Youth Activities

 

EGG FEST followed by an EGG HUNT!

Sun., 3/29, 9am and between services. EGG-y activities and crafts during Sunday School and Hunt on the Village Green.

Youth Fellowship

Fri.-Sat., 3/20-21 -- Craigville Retreat

FELLOWSHIP HOSTS

Your Missions Committee will act as Fellowship Hosts during the month of April.

COVENANT TO CARE

COVENANT TO CARE matches a Cape/Islands congregation to a Foster Care Family, supporting the foster family and the children in their care. Covenant to Care partners with the Cape’s Dep’t. of Children & Families district office. Currently, we are matched with one family: the Gregoires. Priscilla Hutchinson is our current liaison for the family; offering a great set of ears to talk to, and small gifts throughout the year for the family.

CHATHAM CHORALE AT DUC!

“THE KING OF INSTRUMENTS”

Mozart proclaimed the pipe organ the “king of instruments,” and the Chatham Chorale took that name for its upcoming April concerts here, given by members of the Chorale under the direction of Joseph Marchio. One of the stars of the program will be Dennis Union’s recently installed Casavant organ, as played by Marchio, a master of the instrument; his gifted protégé Julian Petrallia; and Chorale accompanist Donald Enos.

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