Gail Underwood Parker

  Musical finale for our organist Just a few months short of when she played a church organ for the first time 50 years ago, Gail Parker played the organ at our church for the last time for a Sunday service on Jan. 27. Gail is stepping down as our […]

Dress a Girl mission 2019

Round 4 for Dress a Girl mission Women from our church and friends on Feb. 26 began five Saturdays of creating dresses for the Dress a Girl Around the World mission. Ten women worked on this first Saturday from 9 a.m.-noon. Work will continue every Saturday through Feb. 23, beginning […]

Funeral service

  Joel Barlow Marsden, 1940-2019 Our church’s Joel Marsden passed away on Jan. 1 at the Maine Veterans’ Home. He was 78. Joel began attending our church in the late 1970s when Ed Fenderson was the minister and he was an usher for 39 years while also being part of […]

Christmas Eve 2018

Join us to celebrate Jesus’ birth Our church will celebrate the birth of Jesus with a Christmas Eve service at 6 p.m. The family service will include the telling of the Christmas Story, traditional hymns and carols, special music presentations, and the singing of “Silent Night” by candlelight. Included in […]

Christmas caroling 2018

Spreading Christmas Spirit A group of 17 members of our church and friends continued the church’s tradition of going Christmas caroling the week before Christmas, going to the Maine Veterans’ Home, The Landing at Cape Elizabeth, and to the home of a church member who is recovering from hip surgery. […]

Interfaith Christmas Concert

‘Christmas Is Coming’ in full splendor The “Christmas Is Coming” Interfaith Christmas Concert at our church on Dec. 9 brought together faith communities from Cape Elizabeth, South Portland and Scarborough. In its sixth year, it keeps getting better! Organized by Gail Parker from our church and Carol Sobczak from the […]

Christmas Fair 2018

New life for Christmas tradition Less than two months ago, the long-running tradition of our church holding a Christmas Fair on the first Saturday of December was a dead issue. For months, no one was willing to take charge of organizing a fair, fearing the task was to great to […]