We don't meet a stranger!
Ever visited a church and wondered if anyone even noticed you were there? That won't happen at St. Cuthbert's!
We are a small, intimate community. We worship in a circle, so we can see each other. We notice when someone is absent, and when someone is new. We greet newcomers enthusiastically, and as one parishioner recently said in describing our attitude toward visitors, "If you're here, you're part of us!"
(Above) Recent comment left on a St. Cuthbert's visitor card
Our Lady of Fatima Observance May 7
At the 10:00 service on Sunday, May 7, our junior warden, Don Silva, whose family is Portugese, will give a short talk about Our Lady of Fatima, the appearance of the Virgin Mary to three children in Portugal in 1917 (100 years ago this year). After the service, we will show the movie The Miracle of Our Lady of Fatima (1952) in the parish hall on the big screen. This will be our first non-children’s movie event – join us and let us know if you’d like to see more educational/conversational films for adults at St. Cuthbert’s.
For more upcoming events, see the News & Events page.