Join us for Church School!
Kids need a safe, quiet place to ponder the mysteries and wonders of life. Help your child learn to unwind and be refreshed with the deep peace that God can give. The Atrium at St. Boniface Church is that place!  Our program is designed for children as young as 3, up through 5th grade. Activity areas include practical life and care of the Atrium, artwork, geography of Israel, stories and parables of Jesus, Baptism, Communion, prayer and the Mystery of the Kingdom of God. 
Sunday mornings, 10:00 a.m. in the True Vine Atrium     
Wonderful Wednesdays begin in October!
Join us for worship at 5:30 p.m. in the Church, social time and catered dinner at 6:00 in the Community Center, (for dinner reservations, please sign up at Coffee Hour or call 941-349-5616 x5 by noon the Tuesday before, $10pp), then programs after dinner.  
October 7 Andi Taylor’s Sabbatical Travelogue
October 14  Music of The Sandpiper Barbershop Chorus
October 21  Is my Forgetting Normal? -- a presentation on memory health
Barbershop Chorus
We welcome The Sandpipers Barbershop Chorus – a fun loving bunch of singers, offering four-part Barbershop Quartet-style music.  Old songs and some new songs will be presented by this energetic group of men who “love to see the smiles on the faces of their audience.”  There will be various quartets and sing-a-longs and a fun time for everyone!  A FREE event (free-will offering) thanks to the Boniface Friends of Music.  Sunday, October 18, 6:00 p.m.
God the Giver Stewardship Dinner

The Vestry invites all parishioners to dinner to celebrate God’s grace and your generosity.  Our guest speaker for the evening is The Rev. Canon Chris Gray, Canon for Development in the Diocese of SW Florida.  Reservations are a must, please, by calling the Church Office (941)349-5616 (x5 if after hours), signing-up in the Parish Hall or at the Welcome Table, or reserving online here.  Monday, October 26, 6:00 p.m. in the Boniface Community Center.

BABOOS (Boniface & A Bunch of Other Saints) -- Ministry Fair and All Saints Festival
Who were the first “ministers” of the Church?
Actually, they were people just like we are!  They were at work, fishing from their boats in the Sea of Galilee, when Jesus called to them and said “Follow me, and I will teach you how to fish for people.”  Andrew, Peter, James, John, and the others were just regular “working folk” who were invited by Jesus to join in His ministry… and we are, too! 
We hope you’ll join us as we celebrate the lives and ministries of all the saints on Sunday, November 1 following the 10 AM service at our Ministry Fair and All Saints’ Festival.  And to make sure that we prepare enough food, please click here to sign up on line, or call the church office (941-349-5616).  Reservations are NOT required, but by putting your name on the list, we’ll have a better idea of numbers for the day.  There will be lots of food, fun, and fellowship for everyone… including the children!
All proceeds from the Silent Auction will go to Episcopal Relief and Development for their good work with the Syrian refugee crisis and other outreach programs.
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