Do I really have to sing?
Yes, we like being at the Seder!
Is this an audition for the Met?
Okay, now this bottle of wine..........
Yes, I know I am gorgeous!
Passover questions? Ask me about Transformers!
A good ole sing a long!
Yes, I think those lamb shanks and the haroset are perfect!
The Seder Plate
Lydia, Father Quiroga, and Elsa
No, Erin this is not a Spanish fan! You eat it!
Andrea, please tell Matthew to take off his hat when he is indoors!
Mother Lois with a big smile
Another smile? When are we going to eat?
Yes, it's blue but tasty!
Pat and Rafael share smiles
English, Spanish, Yiddish, Ladino, and singing too?
These are definitely not kosher, but they are really good!
Okay, I promise I won't look with one eye!
Now that is community!
Mother and Son, very nice!
Candy, again? What about an iPad?
Nieves and Nereida just chilling!
Okay, these are the famous four questions!
Why are we wearing these caps? Is there any beer?
Raising the Matzoh!
My wife made me come, but I am glad I did! Now can we eat?
Consecrating the Wine and Bread
Don't fool yourself! They may be natural, but they have calories too!
Where is the Large Screen Television and the chips?
Sephardic Salad, healthy and tasty!
Nicole and Carlos pumping away on the harmoniums, Lois leading!
Who made the brown rice?
Maribel and her girls! Very nice!
I do like to sing!
1 Corinthians 15:55-57 - ““Where, O death, is your victory? Where, O death, is your sting?” The sting of death is sin, and the power of sin is the law. But thanks be to God! He gives us the victory through our Lord Jesus Christ.”
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St. Simon's is a friendly, open, and loving community, and we want you to feel comfortable to call on us for anything you need. Please browse through our website and learn about our fellowship. We have weekly services in English, and Spanish, and a monthly bilingual service and luncheon. We invite you to join us!
We welcome you to join us for Sunday worship. When you visit our church, you will find:
A caring congregation that will gladly welcome you
Preaching/teaching that is centered on the Word of God
An open, welcoming community made up of many different types of people
Fascinating liturgies like Michaelmas with visiting dragons
We like to eat a lot, and sponsor monthly luncheons
We host many music concerts of both classical and contemporary music
In Christ's love,
Saint Simon's Parish Family