Sunday, January 30, 2005

Announcements for Week Ending February 6th, 2005

Please join the Society of Mary next Saturday at 7:45 AM, to recite the Rosary in church in honor of the Purification of Saint Mary the Virgin.

ECW Casserole / Bake Sale Sunday, February 13th, following the morning service near the Parish Center. Purchase delicious dishes while supporting the many ECW funded projects.

A support group - formed for those who have experienced a loss at some time - meets monthly. Next meeting Monday, February 14, at noon, at the City Grill restaurant located at 6464 E. Tanque Verde Road. Please call Peggy Speese for reservations at least three days prior to the meeting.

Epiphany gifts for Primavera - our treasure chest is now available for those who would like to donate warm clothing, blankets, and sleeping bags to help homeless men, women, and families throughout this winter season. The Primavera chest will be available through Sunday, February 6th.

The Coexistence Project - a unique outdoor exhibit will be on display in Tucson the month of February on the mail at the U of A. This exhibit is internationally acclaimed having traveled the world since 200 1. It is brought to Tucson by a community coalition that is being led by The Inner Connection. The exhibit, "Coexistence: The Art of Living Together" was initiated and created by the Museum on the Seam in Jerusalem. It is comprised of 43 billboard-sized posters designed by artists from around the world. There is an Opening Celebration this Thursday, February 3, at Centennial Hall, featuring a wide array of speakers and music. Tickets (no charge) are available at the church. Look for St. Michael's poster (in coalition with other Tucson Episcopal churches).

Confirmation Class continues Saturday mornings, February S. 12, and 19, from 9:00 AM to 10: 15 AM. All participants are urged to attend the 8:30 AM Mass prior to class. For more information, please see Fr. Smith or call the church office. Confirmation and receiving parishioners who are prepared for confirmation will take place Sunday, February 20, with Bishop Smith.