Fellowship & Inclusion
The Holy Smokers cook chicken, turkey, sausage, and brisket. They offer their smoked delights in exchange for donations, and have used proceeds to upgrade the pavilion and basketball court. Contact Bill Spencer at (210) 697-8244.
The Quilters gather to complete a quilting project and invite all who are interested to join them. The finished quilts are raffled off for charity. Contact Dawn Neumann at (210) 695-4501.
Second Tuesday Reading Group
The Second Tuesday Reading Group meets every second Tuesday of the month to discuss the selected book at the home of one of the parishioners. The book of the month is published in the Hilltop Herald. A brochure with a list of the year’s books is in the narthex. Contact Holly Zook at (210) 521-0289.
In 16th-century England, the day of the village fair was ea- gerly anticipated. There were artisans and fortunetellers, jest- ers and acrobats, musicians and all kinds of savory foods. For that one day, the classes mingled, gentry rubbed shoul- ders with peasants, aristocrats spoke to gypsies. The Renaissance Faire at St. Francis Episcopal Church recreates that atmosphere. Our goal is to make our Faire as enter- taining as it is educational, with some thing to interest eve- ryone. The day after the Faire features a mass using the 1559 Book of Common Prayer. Contact Holly Zook at (210) 521-0289. Or check us out on Facebook.