21 Sunday after Pentecost Feast of All Saints – 11-02-2014 (blog) Attached is the bulletin for this coming Sunday, the Feast of All Saints. Also, remember to set your clocks back one hour on Saturday night so that you won’t miss that extra hour of sleep — or get to church too early!
Judy King, long time RE Missionary in Brazil, has requested prayer. She spent yesterday in the Emergency Room and has fluid in her lungs and may have heart failure. Pray that they can find the solution to the problem and get her medications stabilized, She will see her cardiologist on Friday and is trying to get some much needed rest.
Pray also for the Rev. Don March of St. Michael’s in Enola and his wife Donna. Donna’s brain tumor has regrown more than doubling in size since her last MRI. Pre-admissions testing has been completed and Donna will be scheduled for surgery soon.
First of all — remember to set your clocks back on Saturday night or you’ll be at church an hour early!
Second — In celebration of All Saints’ Day, please plan to stay for lunch. We will have a bit of a party following the service. Please bring your best pot of chili for a chili-cook-off and a side dish (crackers, salad, dessert, etc.) to share.
Third — Also to celebrate the saints above and the saints beneath, please either come in the costume of a favorite saint, or bring something to remember a saint who has been important in your own life as a Christian (picture, etc.) You can also choose to put on your costume following church — or just put something on that reminds you of a saint. (Like a chef’s hat for St. Lawrence, or a dragon mask for St. George, etc.) We’ll have some fun with that….some martyrs had rather horrendous deaths, so this might be an opportunity for a few to go for the gory. for those so inclined.
See you Sunday!
This coming Sunday, November 2, will be the first day of Christmas Play practice for the children of the church (ages 2 through ?) during the Sunday School hour, beginning at 9:30 a.m. (Please remember to set your clocks BACK one hour on Saturday night or you’ll be very early!)
The Children’s Christmas Play is a wonderful tradition in our parish. The children will practice on Sundays during Sunday School and will present their offering on Wednesday, December 17, at 7:00 for the whole parish, and then again on Sunday, September 21, at 2:00 at Livingston Care Center for our brothers and sisters there. If you have any questions, please see Barb Zepernick.
Attached is the bulletin for tomorrow morning’s service for your downloading pleasure! 20 Sunday after Pentecost – blog
Tomorrow (Sunday) afternoon Amanda Roberts and Susan Carlock will be performing music for four hands and two pianos! The recital will take place at 2 p.m. in Schuster Hall at Wright State University. Admission is free.
Schuster Hall is located in the Creative Arts Center. http://www.wright.edu/maps
Attached is the most current copy of the REC Board of Foreign Missions newsletter. Please take a look at it to see some of the great things that are happening for Anglican Christians around the world!
Also, the Rev. Canon Bill Jerdan of the BFM will be our guest preacher this week. You won’t want to miss this opportunity to hear a wonderful man who serves the wider Anglican church in the world.
The nurse for Marianne’s Oncologist just called to let us know that her ct scan of yesterday showed “improvement across the board”. We praise God for this good news and ask you to keep her in your prayers.
Bishop Dan Morse
Attached is the bulletin for this coming Sunday, October 19, for your downloading pleasure! 19 Sunday after Pentecost 10-19-2014 (blog)
A lot of you have been asking for a progress report on Natalie Mathis, so I took this from her Natalie’s Support Group page on Facebook, to bring us all up to speed. Thanks be to God! The news is encouraging and positive!
Update for Day 107: Natalie had another really good and positive day, keeping in mind that when we say that, Natalie is still bedridden and
is challenged by pain and a limited ability to move. But all the same, she is making consistent progress and for this we are thankful! Sisters
Katie and Allie, along with Arlo and Allie’s dog Zoe helped encourage Nata with a great visit. Natalie has been spending increasing time in the
activities room, mostly painting and drawing. Today she made pictures for her hospital neighbors. Natalie has spent the last several years
traveling about the world to help others and make a difference wherever she is. Her attitude of caring and giving has not stopped just because
she has been hospitalized since July 1st. Despite her pain and challenges Natalie continues to amaze with her ability to empathize with and care
about those around her who are suffering.
Prayers: Please continue to pray for Natalie’s full recovery and for plans for next steps in her treatment. A mutual friend of Megan provided me with
her father’s phone number. I have been in touch and was updated that Megan (in a Portland-area hospital with severe Guillain-Barre’ Syndrome) has regained
her eyesight and hearing, though she remains nearly completely paralyzed and with a trach. Please keep Megan in your prayers too. Thank you!
Brenna and Ruben Ruiz would like to have a very brief meeting immediately after church this coming Sunday (October 19) to go over details with the parents about the Youth Retreat the next weekend. Please plan to stay a few extra minutes — or stay a little longer and join a lot of us for lunch — after church on Sunday.
The high school Sunday School class is sponsoring a Movie Night this Friday evening (October 17) at 6:30 p.m. to raise funds for their upcoming retreat. A fun, family-friendly evening will include a great movie, movie snacks (popcorn, candy, drinks, etc) and lots of good fun. A modest donation of $5.00 per person or $15.00 per family covers it all and will provide a wonderful time for you, as well as making an investment in our young people> Please feel free to bring blankets and pillows if lounging on the floor to watch movies is your thing! We hope to see all of you there Friday evening!
A number of people in the parish have embarked on something called “The Joseph Project” to raise awareness of how to be prepared to withstand a lengthy power outage. (Remember Hurricane Ike a few years ago?) Working together they have assembled some ideas to help all of us get ready for such an eventuality. Following the Men’s Breakfast on Saturday, October 18, various items and ideas to help you prepare will be on display in the kitchen at 9:00. You are welcome to come in and see what kinds of things are available and receive suggestions as to how your family can be prepared. The display will also be available on Sunday, along with additional ideas, at the Adult Sunday School session.
The men of the church will be having their monthly breakfast on Saturday, Oct 18 at 7:30. Men who have anything that would be supportive of the Joseph project (catalogues, books, emergency heat/light, etc), should bring it to share with others. At 9:00, all the materials/objects brought in will be on display in the kitchen. Anyone who is interested in learning more about the Joseph project (emergency preparedness/surviving an emergency) is welcome to come and see what is needed for various levels of preparedness at 9:00.
18 Sunday after Pentecost 10-12-2014 (blog) Attached is the bulletin for tomorrow morning’s service.
Attached is the bulletin for the service this coming Sunday (October 5) for downloading. 17 Sunday after Pentecost 10-04-2014 (blog)
The Synod of the Diocese of the Central States will hold its annual meeting on Thursday and Friday, October 23-24, at Trinity REC in Mason, OH. We have just received information that all interested people are invited to attend as observers, free of charge. Clergy and others who will be voting must pay the $50 registration fee which also includes lunch. However, anyone may attend to see what happens, to meet other clergy from the Diocese, etc. (Lunch would be on your own.) If you are interested, please see Deaconess Candy for more information.
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The Miami Valley Women’s Center
Invites You to Our
2014 Gala Fundraising Event
Defend * Rescue * Deliver
With Featured Guest Speaker
Friday, October 31, 2014
Sinclair Community College
David H. Ponitz Center, Building 12
Dayton, OH 45402
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You can register online at miamivalleywomenscenter.org.
Hors d’oeuvre Reception at 6:00 p.m.
Dinner at 7:00 p.m.
You will have an opportunity to make a financial gift to this, God’s ministry.
Parking is free in the garage under Building 12. Enter via W. 4th Street.
"Defend the cause of the weak and fatherless;
maintain the rights of the poor and oppressed.
Rescue the weak and needy;
Deliver them from the hand of the wicked." Ps 82:3-4
Sol Pitchon, Keynote Speaker
Our Keynote speaker is Sol Pitchon, President and CEO of New Life Solutions since 1999. He is a Greek Jew, born in Thessalonica, who immigrated to America in 1951 and accepted Christ in 1981. His mother Garmaine, a Holocaust survivor, will join him. You won’t want to miss the inspiring story of God’s grace and favor as Sol addresses what he refers to as the "Modern Day Holocaust" of abortion.
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