Bulletin Announcement for Sunday, August 19

MANY THANKS TO MIKE AND KATHY McKEAG!

This wonderful evening at Spring Mountain Ranch was hosted by Mike and Kathy who donated all the food.  The fellowship, supper and show were great fun.  Thanks Mike and Kathy!

WELCOME AND THANKS TO BING YOUNG!
Bing returns as our organist today.  He is substituting for Thom Greathouse who is on vacation

NO CHOIR PRACTICE NEXT WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 22.
Thom is out of town next week but will return for services on Sunday, August 26th.

LEARN ABOUT OUR FAITH THROUGH NEW ONLINE COURSES BEGINNING SEPT 3RD!

Our Province’s seminary, St. Joseph of Arimathea Anglican Theological College, will offer online lecture courses on weekday evenings for interested clergy and laity this fall.  As the seminary’s provost, the Most Rev. Robert Sherwood Morse, has often said, “our biggest enemy is ignorance.”  Any of these four courses promises to increase the depth of your knowledge in an important aspect of our faith and practice.  Each course meets once a week beginning the week of Sept 3rd and may be audited or taken for credit.  The courses are:  Philosophical Theology and Christology; Church History: From 1300 to the Present;  The Theology of the Old Testament;  A Brief Introduction to the Early Church Fathers.  For information, please see the flyer on the table at the back of the church.

ST GEORGE’S IS COLLECTING FOOD AND ITEMS FOR THE NEEDY

We continue an ongoing food drive for the hungry.  In addition, the Sunday School collects items for the Homeless Teen Shelter. Please remember those who are needy and pick up a few items at the store for these worthy causes.
 

HOMELESS TEEN SHELTER

Donations include items that can be carried in a backpack such as: snack-size granola bars, cereal bars, Goldfish crackers, small tubes of toothpaste, toothbrushes, deodorant, etc.  If you prefer to donate financially, the Sunday School will do the shopping for you.  Items are being collected in a box in the Sunday School Rooms. 

FOOD FOR THE HUNGRY

Please pick up an extra can of nourishing food (especially peanut butter) when grocery shopping and place it in the wagon in the back hall.  Your donations help the homeless and those who hava lost their jobs due to this economic downturn.

THANKS TO JACK AND JERRY BATES!

Many, many thanks to Jack and Jerry who faithfully pick up the food donations you put in the wagon.  THey maintain a food bank at their home for the needy of our parish and they deliver food donations each week to Catholic Charities’ food bank.

DATES TO REMEMBER

Monday, September 3 Online Lecture Courses begin
Saturday, October 6 Blessing of the Animals
Saturday, October 20 Annual Parish Picnic, Lone Mountain Park

THIS WEEK’S SCHEDULE

Wednesday, August 22 Evening Prayer: 5:45 pm, Mass 6:00pm
No Choir Practice
Sunday, September 4 Mass at 8:00 am and 10:30 am
Sunday School, with Nursery at 10:30 service
Father Hines’ Enquirers Class, 9:25-10:10 am and Acolyte Practice, 9:10-9:50 amAcolyte Practice, 9:10 – 9:50 am

 

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