Fundraising - Gift Cards On Sale

As a fundraiser, you can purchase gift cards (sometimes referred to as Scrip) for local grocery stores -- namely ShopRite, The Fresh Grocer and Kings.  Every $100 you purchase from us, $5 goes to the general operating account of the Church.  It's a simple way to help raise money for the Church of the Holy Spirit.  If you are interested in making a purchase, email our Church Office to make arrangements.

Annual Meeting 2017

***ONLINE*** Annual State of the Church Meeting

Our Annual Meeting will once again be held on Super Bowl Sunday -- February 13,2022 -- this year.  Father Jerry and the Churchwardens hope you will particpate ONLINE from 10:30am to 12pm.  We will have a shortened Ante-Communion service at 10am, and then talk about the business of the Church -- hear committee reports, updates on events and discuss plans for 2022 and beyond.  No potluck this year. :-(

Prayer Shawl Ministry Gathers

On Wednesday, January 26 at 1pm a small group will gather to meditate and knit. This is a spiritual practice that benefits the practitioner and those gifted with these sacred mantles.  This ministry is nondenominational and open to anyone who is seeking to step away from their daily stresses with an alternative form of meditation.  Please email Rev. Katherine for additional information.

We are Back to Being Fully Online

Due to the dramatic increase in Covid cases in Essex County over the past several weeks, your Rector, Curate and Chruchwardens have made the very hard decision to move our worship services back online as of Sunday, December 26.  All services will still be available via Zoom, and the 10am also via Facebook Please spread the word.  Worship leaders may report in-person on the day in which they are assigned a liturgical role.

The Presentation - Redeemer Morristown

Feast of the Presentation

We will celebrate The Feast of The Presentation of Jesus in the Temple on Sunday, January 30 because the actual feast day of this milestone in Jesus' life is February 2.  The roles of the prophets Simeon (think Nunc dimittis in Evening Prayer) and Anna are emphasized on this day.  A female prophet?  YES!  Her name is Anna, and she was an 84-year old widow when Jesus was brought to the temple as an infant.  #wisewoman  #candlemas  #nuncdimittis

Sunday School - May 2021

***ONLINE*** Sunday School

Due to Covid numbers in our area, Sunday School is being conducted online this week.  Students should arrive to the Sunday Worship Zoom Link by 9:55am on Sunday, January 30, 2022.  Our Virtual Verger will place students into a Zoom Breakout Room with teachers.  After Announcements students will join the main room for Eucharist and our jumping Alleluia Dismissal.  Any questions about Sunday School, please email Father Jerry.

Annual Meeting 2017
The Presentation - Redeemer Morristown
Sunday School - May 2021

Welcome to Church of the Holy Spirit!

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The red door on an Episcopal (Anglican) Church is traditionally a sign of welcome. Come through the door, and you'll discover that we are a multi-generational, family-centered church. Our congregation worships together, supports each other in times of trouble, celebrates together, and does God’s work in the world.  We are open, welcoming, and inclusive. We invite you to join us.

Finding Holy Spirit

The Episcopal Church of the Holy Spirit is located at 36 Gould Street, Verona, and is one block north of Bloomfield Avenue. It is directly across the street from the H.B. Whitehorne Middle School track.

Park in the parking lot and come in the red door. Before each service, you are likely to find our rector standing on the sidewalk or front steps to greet you. 

Upcoming Events

Wednesday, January 26:
On Wednesday, January 26 at 1pm a small group will gather to meditate and knit. This is a spiritual practice that benefits the practitioner and those gifted with these sacred mantles.  This ministry is nondenominational and open to anyone who is seeking to step away from their daily stresses with an alternative form of meditation.  Please email Rev. Katherine for additional information. Read more
Wednesday, January 26:
Holy Spirit Verona will host the UNICO Verona Chapter for a 50th Anniversary Dinner Planning Meeting.  The gathering will be held in the Fellowship Hall on Wednesday, January 26 starting at 7pm. Read more
The Presentation - Redeemer Morristown
Sunday, January 30:
We will celebrate The Feast of The Presentation of Jesus in the Temple on Sunday, January 30 because the actual feast day of this milestone in Jesus' life is February 2.  The roles of the prophets Simeon (think Nunc dimittis in Evening Prayer) and Anna are emphasized on this day.  A female prophet?  YES!  Her name is Anna, and she was an 84-year old widow when Jesus was brought to the temple as an infant.  #wisewoman  #candlemas  #nuncdimittis Read more
Sunday School - May 2021
Sunday, January 30:
Due to Covid numbers in our area, Sunday School is being conducted online this week.  Students should arrive to the Sunday Worship Zoom Link by 9:55am on Sunday, January 30, 2022.  Our Virtual Verger will place students into a Zoom Breakout Room with teachers.  After Announcements students will join the main room for Eucharist and our jumping Alleluia Dismissal.  Any questions about Sunday School, please email Father Jerry. Read more
Sunday School - May 2021
Sunday, February 6:
Due to Covid numbers in our area, Sunday School is being conducted online this week.  Students should arrive to the Sunday Worship Zoom Link by 9:55am on Sunday, February 6, 2022.  Our Virtual Verger will place students into a Zoom Breakout Room with teachers.  After Announcements students will join the main room for Eucharist and our jumping Alleluia Dismissal.  Any questions about Sunday School, please email Father Jerry. Read more
COHS Labyrinth 2016
Monday, February 7:
Our Sacred Ground Dialogue Circle will gather via Zoom on Monday, February 7 from 7-9pm.  Sacred Ground is a film- and readings-based 10-part series on race, grounded in faith, that walks participants through chapters of America’s history of race and racism, while weaving in threads of family story, economic class, and political and regional identity.  If you have any questions, please email Deacon Katherine or Father Jerry. Read more