The VOICE of St. Elisabeth’s includes reflections, selected sermons, articles of interest and current events of interest to our congregation.
For me, journeys never end. Whether I find myself walking around the world in Epcot Center at Walt Disney World or concentrating on time, breath and step while moving through a labyrinth, ultimately, all journeys […]
Merry Christmas! Join us on Facebook Live for our Christmas Eve service of music, pageant and prayer! Christmas Eve ServiceThursday, December 24 at 4:00PM via Facebook Live. Gather with family friends and welcome the Christ-child […]
As we approach the end of our Annual Campaign for pledges that will fund the Church in 2021, each of us should think about how a strong financial base empowers a Church to reach out […]
As you know, it’s stewardship season, and the time of our in-gathering of annual giving pledges is fast approaching. Normally, the in-gathering is literally the time we go to church with our pledge cards in […]
Dear Friends, We are pleased to introduce you to the Reverend Adam Spencer, the next Rector of St. Elisabeth’s Episcopal Church Glencoe. Adam and his wife Rose Sengenberger will join us on February 1st, 2021. […]
Our campaign to fund the Church for 2021 and complete the Stone, Sash, and Sound work has begun, with pledge cards to be blessed Sunday, November 15. If you have not received a mailing – […]
At Tuesday’s Family Chapel, we began to explore the complicated collection of writings we call the Bible. We started the conversation by asking, “When you walk into a bookstore or library, what section appeals to […]
As we move through Fall 2020, the following resources will enhance your participation in Sunday Worship, Family Chapel, Morning Prayer and Compline. FOR SUNDAY WORSHIP The 1979 Book of Common Prayer with additional Resources – […]
This Sunday, Jesus feeds the five thousand. Our Gospel reading these past weeks have been beautiful parables about sustainable, transformative faith, growing and building and impacting us from within, even if this faith seems dead […]
A Letter to the Churchfrom Kelly Brown Douglas, Stephanie Spellers, and Winnie Varghese On this day, July 4th, our country celebrates its Independence. Our Episcopal Church also marks this as a major Feast Day, a […]
To catch up on weekly congregational life, archives of our latest eReflects are accessible. Our eReflects are weekly emails that include a reflection and the most current calendar items.