Canterbury Association: Opportunities for Ministry
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Programs & Committees
Gala Committee 2020
an opportunity to get involved in the planning and implementation of the spring Gala. We try to plan this large event in the fall term. Many hands make light work. The more the merrier.

an opportunity to "adopt" a student for the course of one academic year. Adopting parishioners are expected to connect with your student at least once during each semester (e.g. over a meal), and to prepare a goodie-bag for them during exams. Adopt-a-Canterburian parents are welcome at Sunday Fellowship Dinners, The Thanksgiving Feast, the Holiday Hymn Sing, the Easter Vigil Party, and *especially* the End-of-Year Banquet.

Sunday Meal Ministry
an opportunity to assist one or two Canterbury students in planning, preparing, and serving a meal for 15-25 students and guest in the Bruton Parish House following the 5:30pm Sunday service. Students take the lead in planning and preparing, and seek guidance and assistance from a volunteer.

Welcome Brunch
The first event of the academic year following the "Welcome Service" in Wren Chapel. Parishioners prepare a host of brunch goodies for roughly 30 students. Cooking, serving, and cleaning-up volunteers needed!

Homecoming Reception
Beginning in 2018, we began to host a reception for current students, alumni/ae of Canterbury, and supporters of Canterbury on the Friday night of Homecoming (this year, Oct. 18). Volunteer to assist with set up and tear down, to receive the catering, to assist at the bar, and to welcome guests at the sign-in table.

Thanksgiving Feast
Co-hosted by the Children & Youth Program and is a parish wide event on the Sunday before the W&M Thanksgiving Break. Cooking, serving, and cleaning-up volunteers needed!

Holiday Cookies & Cocoa
A short event following the final Tuesday service of the fall term. Students gather together in Wren Chapel to sing Holiday Hymns and then enjoy cookies/baked goods and hot drinks (cider/cocoa/etc.) in the Wren Building. Cookie bakers, serving, and cleaning-up volunteers needed!

Easter Vigil Party
Following the Easter Vigil service at Bruton on Saturday April 11, all parishioners are invited to gather in the Parish Hall to celebrate the Resurrection of the Lord and the beginning of the Easter season. We need volunteers to plan this event with Canterbury’s Fellowship and Hospitality Committee, to bring food and drink, and to help set up and clean up afterward.

End of Year Banquet
A time-honored tradition, our End of Year celebration of graduating students and our accomplishments of the past year. This event is co-hosted by Friends of Bruton. This event is catered, but we need volunteers to bring desserts, receive the catering, welcome guests, and assist with clean up.

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