Spiritual and Social Growth

God's work is present in all activities that St. Francis parishioners undertake for their fellow members and the community.  From pastoral care, prayer group, and Eucharist for the homebound, to programs such as serving meals to the homeless, St. Francis is devoted to sharing God's grace.

Spiritual & Social Growth

God's work is present in all activities that St. Francis parishioners undertake for their fellow members and the community.  From pastoral care, prayer group, and Eucharist for the homebound, to programs such as serving meals to the homeless, St. Francis is devoted to sharing God's grace.

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Kids program

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Pastoral Care

The ministry of pastoral care is a compassionate effort to follow the example of Jesus' care of people in need. St. Francis clergy are always available to provide pastoral care to those in need.  In 2010, St. Francis parish began a Lay Eucharistic Visitor (LEV) program.   Eight parishioners were trained to administer Holy Communion and provide pastoral care to members of our parish who are unable to attend church.  This important ministry enables all members to remain part of our community.

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Liturgical Music

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Altar Guild/Flowers

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Baptism

Baptism, in a few words, is the "YES" of God for the creatures of God.  At St. Francis, like most mainline traditions, we recognize baptism as entry and welcome into God's family.  We baptize infants, and welcome anyone who desires to be baptized.  If you are interested in having your child baptized, or you would like to be baptized, please contact Rev. Mark Lingle (marklingle.pastor@gmail.com or 203-570-6226) to discuss the sacrament prior to baptism and set a date.

Social Life

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Leten Refilection

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Book club

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