English Faire 2005 help is needed. Volunteers are needed toserve food and beverages at the dirty Duck Pub, to help with the English Snail Race, set up/take down, Church tours, English Tea Room, and other areas. Look for a near-future announcement isting the next English Faire planning committee. This year's event will include an arisan's show. Those interested in showing or selling their artistic endeavers, please contact Kelli. An English Faire flyer follows:
St. Michael's Sunday School, for children ages 4 through 8 and ages 9 through 12, begins Sunday, September 18th at 9:45 AM. Registration is currently taking place. The program is looking for people, both parents and parishioners, to help as Shepherds. Contact information may be obtained from the the church office.
Tailey family moving September 19th or 20th. Pickup trucks and muscle needed Helena has located a 2 bedroom apartment, much needed for this young family of 4, who are now living in a small 1 bedroom. She plans to get off work to move. If you can help with the transition, please call Ila. The move would be central from the Alvernon/Fort Lowell area to Bellevue, near Speedway/Dodge.
ECW'S 46th Annual Convention October 7th- 8th - Friday registration, dinner, entertainment, guest speaker; Saturday breakfast, Eucharist, business meeting, workshops and Woman of the Year, Anglican Rosary, Getting to Know ECW, National Cathedral, and Spiritual Gifts/Call to Action. All church women are invited to attend this important ECW annual happening. Contact Dolores Braren for more information.
Quiet Day Retreat Saturday, September 17 at Tuller School, 5870 E. 14th Street, from 9:00 AM to 5:00 PM led by Fr. Robert Hugh, Society of St. Francis (a lay order of the Episcopal Church). Cost is $20 and includes lunch. Call Joyce Tracy for more information.
Victims of Hurricane Katrina need your help. Please help through prayers and/or a financial donation through Episcopal Relief and Development. Please make your check payable to "ERD" and place in the collection basket or bring to the church office. "God heals the broken-hearted and bids up their wounds." Psalm 147:3
0 gracious God, we will never understand the sorrows of the world, but by your grace, we will not turn away from them. Cheer and encourage those who labor to help the injured, the homeless, the hungry, and those in despair. Bless and soften the hearts of those who would take advantage of tragedy for their own profit, that they may come to know where true joy is to be found We ask these things in your own most holy Name. Amen.