Archive for January, 2018

Attached are the bulletins for services this weekend — the 2nd Sunday of Epiphany.   Epiphany 2 Saturday Epiphany 2 Sunday


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Attached is a copy of the ballot for the 2017 Members’ Meeting, Saturday, January 20, at 6:30 p.m.  This is for your prayerful consideration prior to the meeting.

Other details:   A chili supper preceding the meeting — bring a pot of chili, toppings, salad,  and/or dessert…to share.  Come enjoy the fellowship of the rest of your parish family!2017 Members’ Mtng Ballot

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Bulletins for This Weekend

Attached are the bulletins for the two services this weekend — The Feast of the Epiphany.  There will also be a baptism at the Sunday service.  Epiphany Saturday Epiphany Sunday

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On the 11th day of Christmas (Friday, January 5) , you and your family can attend the Friends and Family Concert, at Christ our Hope at 7:00 p.m.  An evening of wonderful vocal and instrumental  music, followed by refreshments and fellowship afterwards.

On the 12th day of Christmas (Saturday, January 6), you and your family can attend the Home Fellowship Group 12th Night party at Greg and Susie Current’s home (30 Simms Street — in the Huffman District), starting at 6:30 p.m.  Here are some ideas of foods you can bring to share:

  1. A Partridge in a Pear Tree: pear tart or poached pears.
  2. Two Turtle Doves: turtles candies
  3. Three French Hens: chicken
  4. Four Calling Birds: a chicken pot pie
  5. Five Golden Rings: any ring shaped food- a bundt cake, a stuffed pastry ring, etc.
  6. Six Geese a-Laying: deviled eggs
  7. Seven Swans a-Swimming: swan shaped meringue, anything white like a swan.
  8. Eight Maids a-Milking: chocolate milk
  9. Nine Ladies Dancing and
  10. Ten Lords a-Leaping: anything shaped like dancing and leaping.
  11. Eleven Pipers Piping: bread sticks look like pipes
  12. Twelve Drummers Drumming: Large marshmallows decorated like drums.


We will also be doing our annual Twelve Days of Christmas song- with pictures, and maybe have an old-fashioned , Victorian game of charades.

And finally, on Sunday, January 7, we will observe the Feast of the Epiphany and have a baptism.  What a wonderful Christmastide for all!



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