Saturday, October 30, 2010


It's Halloween!! This week we will dress up as saints for our 9 am service. The sermon topic will be about the history of Halloween. After church, join us for a special coffee hour with special "treats."
A small, dedicated work crew met at the church on Saturday morning and sanded, stained and reupholstered 10 kneelers. Only 20 more to go! We will meet again on Sat. Nov 13 to finish up the rest of them. Please join us if you can from 10-12 noon.
Next Sunday, Nov. 7, is All Saints' Sunday. It s the 4th most important day in our church calendar. There will be a preschool class that day during church school time and there will be a Bishop's Committee meeting following the service.

Friday, October 22, 2010


This Sunday we will celebrate a baptism at our 9 am service. All are invited as we welcome a new member into the Christian family. Sunday school will meet and the children will continue their study of the saints.
We are undertaking a kneeler renovation project at church. Later this month we will sand and restain the 30 kneelers and then recover the top portion. Volunteers are needed to help with this big job. Send the vicar an email if you want more details.

Friday, October 15, 2010


This Sunday there will be a Bishop's Committee meeting after church. The WARM meal will be prepared, so remember your food items! Church school will meet and the students they will practice their special song for October 31. Several adults and children are planning to dress up for church on Halloween morning. Come as your favorite saint! Did you know that St. Lorenzo (Lawrence) is the patron saint of miners? He was busy this week!

Friday, October 8, 2010


This Sunday there will be no church school as it is Columbus Day weekend. Next Sunday there will be a Bishop's Committee meeting and the WARM meal will be prepared. Please sign up to bring in items for the meal.
On Oct. 31, we are encouraging everyone to come to church dressed as a saint. There are books at the church that include the biography of a number of saints. Adults and children are encouraged to dress up!