ST. AUGUSTINE'S ANGLICAN CHURCH MOVES TO SCARBOROUGH
St. Augustine of Canterbury Anglican Church is pleased to announce that it is taking a giant leap forward and moving to its new home in Scarborough. Beginning May 1 St. Augustine's is worshiping at the West Scarborough Methodist Church on Route 1 near Dunstan Corner. After two years at the Saco Grange, the Church has decided to take advantage of this new opportunity to share the use of the church in Scarborough. This year will see the offering of a number of church activities including Bible Study and continued Outreach by the parish's Vine and Branches Committee Vine and Branches conducts a number of activities that benefit the area's homeless and unfortunate, work the group has done for six years. Bible Study and Sunday School will begin in June.
“We are pleased to worship at this beautiful church in West Scarborough which provides us with the atmosphere necessary to undertake worship in a beautiful and sacred setting,” said Fr. Jeffrey Monroe, Parish Vicar. “The wonderful church family in Scarborough has been very welcoming and we are so pleased they have been willing to share their beautiful parish home with us.”
St. Augustine's has a vibrant and growing congregation and is an evangelical and traditional parish in the Anglican tradition. Holy Communion is offered twice each month and Morning Prayer is held on the remaining Sundays. All are welcome to attend. The parish is a member of the Anglican Church in America in the worldwide Traditional Anglican Communion. It remains faithful to the Holy Bible and worships according to the traditional Book of Common Prayer. The parish will worship at the Methodist Church on Route 1 between Church Street and Orchard Street in Scarborough, Maine at 10:30 a.m. on Sundays. The Reverend Jeffrey, Monroe is Vicar and Fr. Amos Mihanda and Deacon Harry Wellsman, Curates. All are welcome. For information call 615-7989.