22nd Sunday after Pentecost (Oct. 21, 2018)
8:00 Holy Eucharist Rite I, Lady Chapel - The Rev. John Rhors
8:45 Nursery opens
9:00 Church Mouse Gift Shop open
9:15 Adult Forum, Auditorium
9:15 Sunday School, upstairs
10:15 Children’s Chapel, Guild Room
10:15 Baptism and Holy Eucharist, Church - The Rev. John Rhors
11:30 Coffee hour, White Hall
Children's Choir Rehersal, Choir Room
Readings for Sunday, Oct. 21, 22nd Pentecost
Lay Reader/Chalicer: JJ Jacobson-Allen
Greeter: Will King
Lay Reader/Chalicer: Anne Segar and Jerry Butler
Acolytes: Bonnie Johnson’s Team
Ushers: Deane Sobol and Pat Garris
Greeters: Susan Pederson and Marti Drummond-Dale
Eucharistic Visitor/Recipient: Karen Mitchell/Phil Hines
Flowers Deliverer: Aarynn McMahon
Altar Guild: Fran Jacobson and Beatrice Gibbs
Brass Guild: Robin and Jim Kruger and Georg Dahl
Linens: Kacky Bryant
Nursery Helpers: TBD
Coffee Hour: St. Andrew’s Altar/Brass & Silver/Linens Guild
Adult Forum: Please join us this coming Sunday in the Auditorium at 9:15 a.m. when we will start our next series “The Gospel Imperative: Matthew 25 - I was in prison and you visited me…” we will watch and discuss a video from John’s time at Chautauqua this summer. The video features three Black Lives Matter leaders – Shaun King, Tamika Mallory, and Edwin Lindo – discussing how white people can best engage in the debates and struggles for racial justice today. Join us on Sunday, October 28 in Room 207 (upstairs) for our next topic “I was a stranger and you welcomed me…” when Saher Mirza and Dr. Rabia Jafri will join us to discuss their work as community advocates for refugee services and resettlement support in the Hampton Roads area.
Christmas Trees and Wreaths are now on sale in White Hall after the 10:15 service and in the auditorium between 8:30 and 9:00 am before Adult Forum. This year we are offering 6-7 foot trees as well as 7-8 foot trees. All orders must be in by November 18. The trees are supplied by Dean and Don's Farmers Market in Newport News. They are NC Fraser Fir Christmas trees and are fresh cut several days before pickup. (Trees and wreaths must be paid for at the time of the order.)
Mark your calendars. The WSA will hold their annual Book, Bake, and Holiday Boutique Sale on Saturday, October 27, from 9:00 am until 2:00 pm and Sunday, October 28, from noon until 3:00 pm. There will be hundreds of gently used books (with many children's books) plus it is a great time to get a head start on your holiday shopping. Our Village Bakery will be filled with cakes, pies, and many other delights. The Church Mouse Gift Shop plus vendors and crafters will offer wonderful items for gifts and Christmas. Order a fresh cut Christmas tree or wreath or purchase your fall pansies. You can pick up something to eat while shopping and there will be raffles and a great door prize. Proceeds from the sale will go towards funding grants to organizations that aid children and young adults. We hope to see you there.
All Saints Hymn Sing and Oyster Roast - Get excited for a fun afternoon on Saturday, Nov. 3! Our Hymn Sing begins at 4:30. The Oyster Roast follows from 5:00-7:00. Tickets are $25 and available at Coffee Hour and in the parish office. Childcare is provided and children are free. There are lots of ways to help; we need you! Contact Andie for details.
Ghent Area Ministry Thanksgiving Bags: If you would like to donate a food bag to GAM this year, please see the Outreach Bulletin Board for the shopping list. They are due by November 8th. Contact Robin Kruger. (757) 470-9882 or email@example.com. if you have questions. Thank you!
Adult Formation is Sponsoring a Book of Prayer. The book will be a small collection of prayers, meditations and short informative pieces on prayer and we will need your help in putting it together. Please see the insert on the St. Andrew's Book of Prayer which can be found on the table outside White Hall.
EYC (grades 6 – 12) goes to the Chesapeake Arboretum for a hike and lunch on Sunday, October 21. Please meet in White Hall at 12:00 p.m. We will head to Mexican for lunch. Friends are welcome! Parents, pick up will be at 3:00 p.m. at the church. It’s not too late to attend, reach out to Andie at church.
Sandwich Ministry: Sandwiches for the Catholic Worker Sandwich Ministry are due by Noon next Friday, October 26.
Nursery Volunteers: The new sign up is on the bulletin board leading to White Hall for October - December. Please consider signing up!
All Saints' intercessory prayer list requests are due by October 26.
All Saints' Sunday (November 4) is the day when we remember the names of all those who have been buried from this church since the last All Saints' Day. If you would like to list the names of others who have died, please list their full names on the form below. Place the form in the offering plate or in the parish administrator's box outside of Andie’s office or email the parish office at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Please print clearly, include your name & phone number in case there are questions about spelling, etc.
Your name: Phone:
Christian Name(s) of deceased: