The Rev. Dcn. Terry Star Funeral Arrangements and Memorial Funds, St. James’ Church, Cannon Ball, ND

The following information regarding services for Deacon Terry Star is now posted on the Diocese of North Dakota website, http://www.ndepiscopal.org/2014/03/deacon-terry-stars-funeral-arrangements/

 

Deacon Terry Star’s funeral

Monday, March 10, 2014

St. James’ Church, Cannon Ball, North Dakota

Ten o’clock in the morning

 

Clergy are invited to vest with white or festal stoles.

 

Visitation beginning with a Prayer Service

Sunday, March 9, 2014

5:00 p.m. - 7:00 p.m.

St. James’ Church, Cannon Ball

 

Burial

St. Gabriel’s Camp on Standing Rock

 

The Rev. Canon and Mrs. Brien Koehler will represent Nashotah House along with several House students.

 

A tribute to Deacon Terry, written by senior student, Ben Jefferies, can be seen at: http://blog.nashotah.edu/blog/2014/03/06/memoriam-reverend-deacon-terry-star/

 

Memorial Funds established by the Episcopal Diocese of North Dakota in Dcn. Terry’s memory include one to assist in paying for the family’s travel and expenses to the Seminary to collect his belongings and to assist in funeral expenses.

 

The second fund is a lasting memorial for Dcn. Terry at Red Hail’s Camp.  The cemetery where he will be buried in is at St. Gabriel’s at Red Hail’s Camp.  Red Hail was Terry’s maternal great-great grandfather.  He fought in the Battle of Greasy Grass Creek, commonly known as the Battle of the Little Big Horn (1876).

 

When Theodore Roosevelt was President of the United States, Red Hail donated 40 acres of land so that his people would have a “House of God” among them.  Red Hail is the name of that Warrior.  Now, years later, a a camp and conference center has since been established to provide summer camps, youth ministry, and training opportunities for the North Dakota Council on Indian Ministries (NDCIM) and for the Diocese.  Since 1996, the facility has grown and is now able to house more than 70 people and is the hub of Standing Rock’s summer youth ministry.

To learn more about the ministry on the Standing Rock Sioux Reservation, please visit http://www.standingrockepiscopal.org/

 

 

 

Please specify the donation and please send to:

 

The Episcopal Diocese of North Dakota

3600 25th St S

Fargo, North Dakota  58104

 

Eternal rest grant unto him, O Lord, and let perpetual light shine upon him.  May the souls of the faithful departed, through the mercy of God, rest in peace.  Amen.

 

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