2016-11-02 / Features

The Pulpit

Hanze Alberts by Annette Pulpit compiled

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Astoria Adventist Church:
Fridays, 7 pm: Small group video seminar,
More About Jesus, with Christian writers and
speakers Maurice Venden and Lee Venden.
Saturdays, 3 pm: Bible Study and Prayer
Group. 30-89 32nd St., Astoria, 718.932.5390.
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BVM Help of Christians:
Thursdays, 9:30 am-noon: Food Pantry open
to those in need, ID required. Donations being
accepted all other times. 70-31 48th Ave,
Woodside, info 718.672.4848 ext. 11.
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Church of the Resurrection:
Last two Saturdays of the month, noon:
Senior Lunch Program (free). All Saints
Church of Woodhaven is also having their
lunches at Resurrection (on the last Saturday).
85-09 118th St., Richmond Hill/Kew Gardens,
Info for all events 718.847.2649, info
www.resurrectionrichmondhill.com.

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Grace Episcopal Church:
Mondays, 5-6 pm; Fridays 10-11 am: Free
Food Pantry for anyone who visits. No application form is required; all inquiries kept confidential. Donations accepted year-round.
Suggested items: cereal, canned items: tuna,
fruit, vegetables; instant oatmeal, peanut butter, pasta, rice. Any monetary donations go
directly toward helping those in need. For
info, contact Fr. Brian 718.767.6305 or email:
gracechurchwhitestone@verizon.net. 14-15
Clintonville St., Whitestone, gracechurchwhitestone.org.
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Grace Evangelical Lutheran Church:
Sundays: 9 am Confirmation Class for ages
12+; 10 am Sunday Service and Children’s
Church; 10:20 am-11:10 am, Sunday School
ages 3-11 yrs; 11:10 am Fellowship &
Refreshments; noon-1 pm Chamber Choir
rehearsal. 31-20 21 Ave., Astoria,
718.728.0093.
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Kissena Jewish Center:
Every 4th Sunday of the month, 10 am:
Breakfast with the Jewish War Vets. Vets and
non-vets invited. Also, when a vet dies, the
JWV supplies an American flag, and follows
up with a list of benefits. 43-43 Bowne St.,
Flushing, Comdr. Ben Singer, 718.463.4742.
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Our Lady of Mount Carmel-Astoria:
Saturdays, 5 pm; Sunday, 8 am, 10 am, 11:15
am, 5 pm: Obligation English Mass, Upper
Church.
Sundays, 12:30 pm: Obligation Spanish
Mass, Upper Church.
Sundays, 9 am, Italian; 10:30 am, Czech-
Slovak; 3 pm, Vietnamese language

Obligation Masses in the Lower Church.
Monday-Friday, 8 am & noon; Saturday, 8 am:
Masses in Lower Church; Rosary prayed after
each Mass. Wednesdays after 12 pm Mass:
Novena to Our Lady of Mount Carmel and St.
Jude. 23-25 Newtown Ave., Astoria. For more
info, 718.278.1834, www.mountcarmelastoria.org, facebook.com/OLMCAstoria.
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Resurrection-Ascension Church:
Fridays, 10 am-11:45 am: CODA (Co-
Dependents Anonymous; women only). R-A
Pastoral Care Center, 85-18 61st Rd., (off
Woodhaven Blvd.), Rego Park; 718.424.5212.
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St. George’s Episcopal Church:
Regular Services: Sunday 9:30 am, Holy
Eucharist; Wednesday, 10 am (in the chapel),
Morning Prayer and Eucharist (September-
June). First Sunday and Wednesday include a
Healing Service and Anointing. 14-20 27th

Ave, Astoria. Info 718.721.5154 (ofc. hours
Wednesday, 11:15 am-12:30 pm), www.historicstgeorge-astoria.org.
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St. Joseph’s Church:
Sunday, Nov. 13, after Morning Masses:
Monthly Breakfast, after 7:45 am, 9 am, 10:30
am and noon masses. Free admission, pay only
for what you eat: pancakes, eggs, coffee, juice,
sausage, bagels and more. At the Social Center.
Sunday, Nov. 20, 4 pm: The St. Pio
Foundation presents An Evening with Franc
d’Ambrosio, Goodwill Ambassador of the St.
Pio Foundation, Broadway star, singer, actor
will be joined by Italian tenor Luciano
Lamonarca (President of the Saint Pio
Foundation) and Maestro Roberto Cani, violinist and concertmaster of the Los Angeles Opera
Orchestra ($50 and up, incl. copy of “Padre Pio
and America”). Tix avail. at Parish Office, info
(718) 728-1611. 43-19 30th Ave Astoria.
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St. Mark’s Church:
Second Saturday of the month, 10 am-noon:
Lion’s Share Food Pantry. Food collection
drive items needed: Canned foods (low-salt if
possible, soup, meat, fish, milk, fruit), Dried 1-
2 pound rice, beand, pasta, cereal, milk;
Peanut/nut butters, condiments, dressings, oil,
coffee, tea etc. Household: soap, shampoo,
shave cream, baby, women, senior, pet supplies; School suppies: backpacks, notebooks,
pens, etc. PLEASE No Glass Containers.
Through November: Clothing collection
drive: Gently used coats, sweaters, hats, gloves
for all ages, to distribute in December. Pls
bring to collection bins next to food bins.
Volunteers welcome! 33-50 82nd St, Jackson
Heights, 718.639.8893, www.saintmarks.net.
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St. Patrick RC Church:
Saturday Vigil, 5 pm, Mass in English.

Sunday, 9 am, English; 10:30 am, Espanol;
noon: English.
Email stpatlic@yahoo.com; www.stpatlic.org;
39-38 29 St., LIC, 718.729.6060.
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St. Raphael Church:
Thursdays, 10:30 am-noon; Sat 1:30-3 pm:
Food Pantry distributes food to those in need,
ID required. Donations being accepted all other
times; canned and dry food only. Basement
Rectory, 35-20 Greenpoint Ave, (at LIE) LIC,
718.729.8957, email
straphaelrectory@yahoo.com.

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St. Teresa:
Tuesdays, 6-7pm: Food Pantry gives out food
donations to those in need, ID required.
Donations being accepted all other times. 50-
20 45th St, Woodside, info 718.784.2123 x22.
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Trinity Lutheran Church:
Saturday, Nov. 5, 8 pm: Astoria Choir presents: Magnificent Light ($15, $20 online; $20,
$25 door) Go to:
https://sites.google.com/site/astoriasymphonicchoir/ Sunday, Nov. 6: All Saints’ Sunday. Submit
names to be printed in the bulletin and read
during Communion. You may bring photos of
dear departed to place in side Chapel.
Friday, Nov. 11, 6-8:30 pm: Community
Supper, All Welcome! Lots of helpers and food
needed, contact Elizabeth.lacks@gmail.com.
Saturday, Nov. 12, 8:30 am-4 pm: “Building
Men for Christ,” hosted by Lutheran Men in
Mission of the Metro NY Synod, Ascension
Lutheran in Deer Park (Suffolk County). See
Pastor Paul for info.
Sunday, Nov. 13: Refugee Sunday w/ guests
from Lutheran Immigration and Refugee Svcs.
on how they are helping children and adults
who have fled their homes for safety.

 Saturday, Dec 3, 10 am-4 pm: Christmas Fair
– Trinity seeks people who can make things,
donate jewelry, other items, Christmas ornaments (preferably handcrafted); bake items;
donate quality items or gift certificates for
restaurants or salons for the Chance table; setup people and sellers; and shoppers, so spread
the word. Sewing Ladies coordinating, they
meet every Tuesday from 11 am-2 pm in the
Undercroft, speak to Erika Butler or call 718-
726-8882.
Ongoing: Conversaciones Biblicas en
Español, every other Sunday, 9:30-10:15 am in
Undercroft Living Room – see Maritza
Tamayo for dates; Handbell Choirs Rehearsals,
interested parties welcome: Adults on Sundays,
12:45 - 1:45 pm, Youth Handbell Choir, age 8
yrs+, 12:15 pm-12:45 pm, meet at back balcony of church – just come, or contact
WalkRE60@cs.com or 718-896-7692;
Donations for Food Pantry (incl. petfood) and
Special Needs Fund are needed and always
welcomed – open first Tuesday every month, 6
pm; Contemplative Worship: Gospel of Luke –
in Back Garden, Tuesdays, 7 pm; Adult Choir
rehearses Tuesdays at 8 pm in the Nave &
Sundays 9:45 am, singers and instrumentalists
wanted; Trinity Women’s Group (TWG) regular meetings 1st Weds., 7-9 pm; 3rd Sat., 2-4
pm; contact lisaalonsocanellas@gmail.com,
646.460.0501. Church address: 31-18 37th St.,
LIC, info 718.278.0036, www.trinitylic.org.

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