Lily Shambrook Memorial

The St. Chrys Day School is mourning the tragic loss of Lily Shambrook the daughter of Kate Snow, a long time teacher at the Day School, and Tim Shambrook. She was excited to be starting the Preschool in September and had completed 3 days of camp last week. Lily was the embodiment of joy and …

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Becoming Christians Group

It has been a rich and eye-opening several years at St. Chrys as several people in the parish have been wondering about the legacy of racism in our world. That work continues as the parish now engages a book, The Church Cracked Open, which invites us to consider where that legacy lies in our very church, …

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Farewell to Larry Green

For forty-two years in the St. Chrysostom’s community, including the past seventeen as Deacon, Larry Green has blessed this church community with his steadfast love and service. Larry has done everything in the church from teaching Confirmation classes to serving on the vestry to running an after-school tutoring program to championing programs like Youth Guidance …

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Update from Wes and the Wardens

Dear Beloved of God: Members, Friends, and Neighbors of the St. Chrysostom’s Community,  With a heart full of gratitude and love for my time as your pastor, I am writing to share with you that during a period of intense reflection, I have discerned the call to change the direction of my life and ministry. …

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St. Chrysostom’s Bible Groups

Currently, there are four active Bible groups held throughout the week at church. You are invited to join any of the four, or even help put together more. They are currently held by Zoom with the details listed below. There is more sharing and conversation than “study” in each group. But the conversations invariably include …

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