Thursday, November 04, 2004

Announcements for Week Ending Novermber 7th, 2004

Please Welcome the Rev. John Denaro from the Episcopal Migration Ministries’ Church Relations and Outreach this Wednesday starting at 7:00 PM, in the Parish Hall. Interact with a leader from the national church office, exchange ideas, and learn about the work of Episcopal Migration Ministries nationally and in Tucson. Free - light refreshments.

This is the week for Angel Food candy making - St. Michael’s parishioners will start making our wonderful English Toffee dipped in chocolate, rolled in toasted macadamia nuts and macaroon coconut, then boxed in a beautiful red and gold metallic printed gift box. Monday, November 1, through Saturday, November 6! Volunteers are still needed; just stop in the Parish Center at 9:00 AM Orders are now being taken. For your convenience, order forms are available on the ushers’ cabinet. Share the goodness and sweetness of St. Michael and All Angels Church!

10th Annual Thanksgiving Family Retreat at Chapel Rock (the Arizona Church Conference Center) in Prescott Thursday, November 25 through Saturday, November 27. All are invited. Varying costs and information listed on the bulletin board.

St. Augustine Catholic High School Open House Night Monday, November 9, at 7:00 PM. Recruiting students for the upcoming 2005-06 school year. Here is an opportunity for parents and children to meet the principal, faculty, parents, and students from St. Augustine’s. Applications will be available. For questions, please call 751-8300.

Festival Of The Arts at Holy Trinity Monastery in St. David Saturday and Sunday, November 13 and November 14. See bulletin board for details.

How To’s of Helping the Homeless; Focus on Trauma presented by Tucson Planning Council for the Homeless Friday, November 5, 8:30 AM to 11:30 AM. Call Lynn Ratener at 917-2384 for more information. There is no charge. Beverages and snacks will be served. Announcement is posted on the bulletin board.

Check Out the Ongoing Parishioner Photography and Painting Art Show in the Parish Center. This possibly may be the start of a St. Michael's parish activity where artist may show, demonstrate, educate, and promote their artistic gifts. For more information about this program, please contact Kelli Peacock or Bob Bennet.

Speaking of artistic gifts - St. Michael's has a new blog for parishioners' art, photos, essays, poetry, meditations, prayers, etc. Check it out! Better yet, contribute! The web address is http:/ Please email your contributions to Karen @ or mavarin @ Karen will also take contributions in person after each Sunday 10 AM Mass.