Friday, October 07, 2011

Announcements for Week Ending October 16th

You’re invited to a “Octoberfest Dinner” of Beer, Brats and German Potato Salad THIS Sunday evening, October 9 at 6:00 PM. in the Parish Center. Featuring


All are welcome and reservations must be made. Join us for a fun evening!

The St. Michael's School of Theology continues starting THIS SUNDAY, October 9th, with an introduction to the writing and theology of Madeleine L'Engle. This award-winning writer has inspired generations of children and adults with her fiction (including the classic A Wrinkle in Time), poetry and other explorations of what it means to be a Christian. Come join us, 9 AM to 10 AM Sundays in the Womble Library, and you may be inspired as well! No books are required to attend this class.

Barnabas Friendship Luncheons will resume on Monday, October 24 at 11:30 AM in the parish center. Delicious food, catered by Enjoy Cooking, good friends and fellowship will be enjoyed by all. Bring a friend and join us. Only $10 per person. Reservation sheets in back of church.

You are cordially invited to attend a Chamber Music Concert ~ “Inspired BY Brahms” ~ Saturday, October 22, 3PM ~ st. Michael and All Angels Church. Free will offering. Suggested donation $15. Reception will follow in the Parish Center. All are Welcome! (More information in the back of church.)

Play Golf, Win prizes and help neighbors in need. Interfaith Community Services “WE CARE” GOLF CLASSIC. The golf tournament will be held at the beautiful Omni Tucson National Resort on Veterans Day, Friday, November 11. St. Michael’s is sponsoring “Fearsome Foursome” ready to play in the tournament. We would appreciate any monetary help with the sponsorship St. Michael’s is a member of Interfaith Community Services. The Fabulous Fearsome Four are: The Rev. Ed Harnsberger, Mr. Al DeAugustine, Mr. Reed Karim and Mr. Jake Vogler! Stay tuned for more info!

Friday, November 11 ~ Pizza at 6 PM and movie at 6:45 PM. In honor of Veteran’s Day – the movie will be “The Best Years of Our Lives”, starring Frederick March and Myrna Loy. Filmed in 1946, this is a story about three WWII Vets returning to their small town home. Cost: $5.00, soft drinks will be provided, feel welcome to bring an adult beverage. Movie and Pizza at PARISH HALL!