Archive for September, 2014

Rest in Peace, Frank W. Powell

Tuesday, September 30th, 2014

This Sunday, we received word that Frank Powell has passed from this life into the next.  Frank is the grandfather of Lizz Looker and was, for many years, the Head-Usher at Church of the Messiah.  Frank’s death comes after a brief battle with an aggressive form of cancer.  He had been in the care of […]

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An Invitation to St. Luke’s Multicultural Festival

Monday, September 29th, 2014

Fr. Miguel Rosada, the pastor of St. Luke’s Episcopal Church and long-time friend of Church of the Messiah, has extended a special invitation to our congregation to join his parish as they celebrate their annual Multicultural Festival this Sunday, October 5th.  There will be a variety of music, dancing, food, and desserts, all for the […]

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Wednesday Night Is the Last Night of Follow Me!

Tuesday, September 9th, 2014

This Wednesday night will draw to a close one of the most informative teaching series Church of the Messiah has hosted in years.  September 10th, beginning at 7pm, Fr. Scott Looker will teach the final session of Follow Me: an Introduction to the Gospel According to St. Matthew.  In the last week of the Bible study, Fr. […]

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Tuesday is the September Ultreya

Monday, September 8th, 2014

The September Ultreya for North Florida will be Tuesday, September 9th, beginning at 6:30 in the evening with a covered-dish potluck meal.  This month, instead of our regular grouping, we will be preparing “things” for the upcoming Tres Arroyose in October.  If you have previously attended a Tres Arroyose weekend please try to be here this […]

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It’s an Exciting Week at Church of the Messiah!

Sunday, September 7th, 2014

This week is one of those week’s we thank God we have our own building because we will be getting a whole lot of use out of it and you will want to be there!  The weekend is loaded with fun, so be sure to read through to the end! On Tuesday night, we have […]

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