St. Mary's Episcopal Church

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2018 release. First published in 1926, Winnie-the- Pooh brought hope and comfort to England after the First World War and became one of the best-loved children's books of all time. But how did it affect the real Christopher Robin, whose toys inspired the magical world created by his father? Domhnall Gleeson is A.A. Milne, Will Tilston the young Christopher Robin in a film that gives a rare glimpse into the relationship between father and son, and the consequences of instant celebrity. ~ Amazon (P)

2015 release. A chronicle of Gertrude Bell’s life, a traveler, writer, archaeologist, Explorer, cartographer, and political attache for the British Empire at the dawn of the twentieth century. ~ IMDB (B)

2017 release. Tom Cruise reunites with his director, Doug Liman, in an international escapade based on the outrageous, true exploits of a hustler and pilot recruited to run one of the biggest covert operations in U.S. history. Based on an incredible true story of the CIA's biggest secret, American Made will remind you: It’s not a crime if you're doing it for the good guys… ~ Amazon (M)

2017 release. Naomi Watts stars as Susan, a single mother of two, working as a waitress in a small town, but everything in her life is not what it seems. Her son, Henry, is an 11-year- old genius who not only masters academics, but manages the family finances and acts as emotional support for Susan. When Henry finds out that the girl next door, Christina, has a terrible secret, Henry and Susan take matters into their own hands in this imaginative and emotional drama from director Colin Trevorrow. ~ Amazon (P)

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Our mission statement:

St. Mary's Fleeton Episcopal Church is a community of faith and fellowship; an open and welcoming congregation that is nurturing and supporting of one another. We respect and embrace the various backgrounds and spiritual paths of our congregants and neighbors.

We share our gifts and talents to minister to the needs of our surrounding community as a reflection of God's grace and unconditional love.