Our Sanctuary is Finished and the Pews are In!

What a blessing it is to be worshipping in our sanctuary at long last! Thank you to all who have made this renovation possible. Come join us in our beautiful new surroundings this Sunday. Looking ahead, we will be dedicating our “new sanctuary” and enjoying a congregational pot-luck dinner in the beginning of the year.  Check bulletin announcement pages, weekly updates and the December/January Newsletter for details.

Check out the SOS thermometer marking the progress of our Capital Campaign which helped pay for our renovations as well as additional upgrades that still need to be done. Additional SOS envelopes available in church office and in the narthex.


Message from our Board of Trustees

There have been many compliments about the “New Sanctuary.”  The persons who worked to accomplish this are too numerous to count.  The carpenters, electricians, sound persons, painters, stone/tile setters, etc. all deserve our thanks.  Please be certain to thank one another for the “new” sanctuary. Again thank you for all who have contributed to the SOS campaign.  Projects still to be completed are finishing touches in the sanctuary, replace carpet in the narthex, handicapped access, replace the almost forty year old heating and air conditioning system, work on the parking lot, a new sign and pay-off the mortgage.  Let’s all continue to support our Church with our time and talents.  Special thanks to Pastor David for his leadership.

A hearty thank you and wishes for a Merry Christmas and a Happy and Health New Year from

Kay & Bob Darrah, Carol Sceurman, Don Leese, Wayne Martin, Doug McClure, Harry Rocheskey, Len Thompson and Bud Cranmer



Help Wanted: Greater Tuckerton Ministerial Community Garden Needs You!

The Greater Tuckerton Ministerial Community Garden needs part time Gardeners (all skill levels) Do you want to help us provide fresh produce to our Food Pantry clients?  Do you have contacts for donations of materials?  If you are interested in helping or have questions, please contact Rev. Richard Wisniewski, Deacon, Holy Spirit Episcopal Church.  He can be reached by e-mail at tuckertondeacon@gmail.com or cell phone @ 732-322-0947.