Last year we had an extraordinary journey together in Spiritual Formation and our Adult Forum. We learned about spiritual gifts, took a survey and found out about our own spiritual gifts and then, using our 50 hours of Service Booklet, took our gift to the community to share the love of God. Beginning today we will be looking at how to actually “Love our neighbor as our self.” We will be studying the many references to this commandment in the Bible, the story of the Good Samaritan, and we will learn ways together on how to show God’s love through listening. We will also be using our new learning skills to actually “love our neighbors” traveling by twos or threes beyond our own neighborhood. Then, we will return and share our experiences in the Adult Forum. Sound interesting? Join us today at 8:45 a.m. Stay late or come early for your 7:30 or 10:00 a.m. service. We guarantee that you will be blessed!! The Adult formation Committee

Thanksgiving Eve, November 27th
6:30 p.m. Holy Eucharist Rite II


The Litany of Thanksgiving
Celebrant and Preacher
The Right Reverend Santosh Marray, XI Bishop of Easton

All are most welcome to join in a celebration of giving thanks to God for our many blessings.
At 5:00 p.m. a Chicken Pot Pie dinner will be served. Please tell us if you plan to join us.

Altar Flowers for 2020

Each Sunday the flowers on the altar are donated in memory or personal
celebration. If there are any changes or additions to your week, please contact Sue Coleman. Please let the altar guild member know if you want the flowers after the service and they will be put into a container for you.
Otherwise, they can be given to someone who is ill or in need or cheer.

Friday, December 13th at 1:00 p.m.

Please join us to cut boxwoods and use ribbons to create holiday swags for the graves of our veterans. Join us for fellowship, hot chocolate and cookies as we remember the women and men who sacrificed to keep our country free.

Saturday, December 14 at 9:00 a.m. 

We will lay swags of green on the graves of eight World War I Veterans and also greens on six Veterans of the Revolutionary War (1775-1781) to include General John Cadwalader, eight Veterans of War of 18 18 (1812-1814) and other veterans. 

Angel Tree

In the true spirit of Christmas, please help others have a something extra under the tree to make their holiday bright. The Angel Tree is in the Parish Hall waiting for donors to match to families in need. All you do is take a tag from the tree. The tag you choose has the information you need to buy a present for the person named on the tag. Wrap your gift and tape the entire tag to the top of your package. Please put unwrapped household items from family tags in a bag and attach the tag. The deadline for delivering your gifts is Sunday, December 15.

Monetary donations are also welcome, bring them to the Parish office. Make checks payable to Shrewsbury Parish Outreach.

​Children’s Sunday School 10:00 - 11:00 a.m.
 Sunday School this season is based on the Church’s liturgical calendar where our children will create their own space. We welcome The Sunday Paper - a family owned business that goes by the principles set forth in the first ad flyer they sent out, way back in 1980. “The Sunday Paper is informal, whimsical, faithful to Scripture, and indeed earnest. It is not condescending or cute. It helps children to acquire a vocabulary of crucial Scriptural images, and to relate the Gospel to the Old Testament, the life of the Church, and their own Lives.” We will be using The Sunday Paper (age 9 and up) and the Sunday Paper Junior (ages 3 to 10).

Shrewsbury Supports Veterans through our Knitting and Crocheting Project.
And you can too. Visit our Yarn Barn, to see the beautiful materials available, and become inspired. Get an early start on making items for next veterans' day, or something just for yourself. In addition, if you have a trove of needles, yarn, or other supplies to donate, a basket is also available in the Yarn Bank. If you have questions or need more information, please contact Roberta Brown.

Yoga Mondays in the Morning
Fletcher Johnson of River Warrior Yoga continues classes on Mondays at 9:00 a.m., and includes the use of props (or bring your own). No yoga on major holidays, contact our office with questions.
          If you have any questions about the class, visit  Fletcher's website at

Food Drives, Angel Tree and More -  at different times of the year we ask our worship community, friends,  and visitors to help us help others with donations of food, gifts or time. If you would like to receive notices about needed donations and news of the church, sign up on our contact page.

Thanksgiving Outreach Project 
Takes place annually. Many thanks to everyone who helped local families enjoy the gifts of the season in 2019. 
Nan Voorhees and Sue Edson, Coordinators

Adult Education

Alcoholics Anonymous

Altar Guild
Angel Tree
Angels From the Attic

Card Ministry

Children's Circles

Children's Sunday School



Monthly Men's Group Dinner


Pastoral Visitation Team

Seasonal Youth Retreats

Social Ministries


Sunday  Services in Spanish 

Sunday Worship and Fellowship

Ushers Guild

Vacation Bible School


Weekly Bible Study

Women's Bible Study

Worship Committee

Youth Group - Junior Crosses

Events, Opportunities, Giving

Shrewsbury Parish | 12824 Shrewsbury Church Road, P.O. Box 187, Kennedyville MD 21645 us | +1.410.348.5944

Shrewsbury Parish is a caring community of faithful people created by God, redeemed by the Son, and empowered by the Holy Spirit.

Our mission is to joyfully radiate God's love and to live in Christ.

We warmly welcome you to join us for worship and other parish events.

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