BULLETIN ANNOUNCEMENTS FOR JUNE 1, 2014

Bulletin Announcements for June 1, 2014
The Sunday after Ascension

MANY THANKS TO CHEF BOB FABBRI!
Our fabulous Chef Bob prepared a sumptuous meal last evening!  And Jolie Heerema provided musical entertainment.   Many thanks to Bob, Jolie and ACW for their efforts.  Proceeds from the event will help reduce the mortgage.

50/50 RAFFLE TODAY:
Ticket sales continue.  We will have two winners – each winner receives $500 cash. The proceeds help reduce the church mortgage. Tickets are $5.00 each and on sale today after both services.  Please see Martha or Don Tracey to purchase your tickets. 

TEEN BIBLE STUDY ATTENDS MASS TODAY

ANGLICAN YOUTH GROUP MEETS NEXT SUNDAY, JUNE 8 AT CHURCH 12:30 – 2:00 PM

PASTOR DR. MIHAIL’S CLASS CONTINUES:  9:15-10:15 AM
The series is the study of I AM sayings of Jesus in the Gospel of St. John.  It is not too late to join this wonderful class taught by Rev. Dr. Marcus Mihail.

WEDNESDAY EVENING CLASS
A study of C. S. Lewis’ The Screwtape Letters continues.  This class is led by Kathy Ruud.   The class meets on Wednesday evenings, 7:00-8:00 pm.   Everyone is welcome to join the ongoing class.

SYNOD MEETS IN TULSA, OKLAHOMA, JUNE 10-12
Lay delegates attending from St. George are Vincent Mills, Rebecca Andrews, and Patty Earhart.

REQUIEM AT ST. GEORGE’S CHURCH FOR JOHN RILEY, SATURDAY, JUNE 14, 4:00 PM
Reception at St. George’s Church immediately following service.

HEALTHIER LIVING, CHRONIC DISEASE SELF-MANAGEMENT WORKSHOP, BEGINS JUNE 19:    Please see the insert in today’s bulletin.  A sign-up sheet is available on the patio.

2014 SUMMER YOUTH RETREAT, JUNE 29 – JULY 4.
Summer Camp for youth in grades 7 through 12 gathers for a 5-day program in the Pacific Northwest.  Father Davis is counselor for the camp.  Please see the flyers located on the patio.  If you know of a youth who would enjoy this camp, please speak with Father Davis today or Father Hines next week.

KEEPING THINGS FESTIVE THROUGH WHITSUNDAY
From Easter Day to Whitsunday is perhaps the most glorious fifty days of the Church Kalendar year.  For forty days following our Lord’s Resurrection, He walked the earth and appeared unto His disciples and to numerous others.  As Our Lord promised His disciples, on the fortieth day He ascended into Heaven and told them to wait for the Comforter, the Holy Ghost, who descended on the disciples ten days later (Whitsunday or Pentecost, Sunday, June 8).  To distinguish these most momentous and joy-filled days in the history of mankind, the Church will adorn Herself with all the beauty She is capable of, and this will be expressed in its Masses, in its music and in its priestly vestments.

DATES TO REMEMBER 

Tues.-Thurs.  June 10-12 Synod, Tulsa, Oklahoma
Saturday, June 14  Requiem for John Riley, followed by reception at St. George’s Church
Thursdays 6/19-7/24 Healthier Living, Chronic Disease Self-Management Workshop, 2:00-4:30 pm, each Thursday for 6 weeks.
June 29-July 4 Summer Youth Retreat in the Pacific Northwest

THIS WEEK’S SCHEDULE 

Wednesday, June 4 Evening Prayer 5:45 pm, Mass 6:00 pm
Study of The Screwtape Letters, 7:00-8:00 pm
Sunday, June 8 Mass 8:00 & 10:30 am
Sunday School & Nursery at 10:30 am service
Choir practice 9:00-10:00am
Bible Study, Rev. Dr. Marcus Mihail, 9:15 –10:15 am, Gospel of St. John, I AM sayings of Jesus.
Anglican Youth Group Meets 12:30-2:00 pm

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