Reader: John McKeever
Acolyte: Barbara Harrison
Greeters: Sandy Sandbach and Kevin Kelly
Altar Guild: Robin McKeever and Sylvia Trent
Coffee Hour Sponsor: Laurie Spencer
March 30: Brian Meagher
April 4: Lou Cooke
March 30: Sandy & Marge Sandbach
Bible Study: Tuesdays, 7 pm, except the 1st Tuesday of the month.
Centering Prayer: Thursdays, 7:30 pm.
If you would like to make a contribution for our Easter Lilies, there will be special envelopes in the pews.
SPONSOR A CHAIR!
St. James is acquiring 14 new chairs for the new meeting room (the Old Chapel space). Please consider sponsoring a chair, in honor or in memory of a loved one. The cost is $37.07 per chair, and checks should be made to “St. James” with the designation “chair” in the memo portion of the check.
Our Lenten Project this year is to further help St. Brigid’s Pantry with monetary donations. There are special envelopes in each pew designated “St. Brigid’s” should you decide to participate in this most important project.
DAUGHTERS OF THE KING:
Attn: All of Women of Faith! Give Up Doubt! Be Confident in God’s Love. During the Lenten Season, a book discussion, bible study and prayer will be offered on the following Mondays - Mondays March 2nd, 16th & 30th at 7:00 pm in the Chapel. The book to be discussed is “A Confident Heart” by Renee Swope with biblical references and discussion. Reference materials will be provided.
CHILDREN’S PROGRAM FOR LENT:
Our 6-week Lenten program for Children will on Fridays, Feb 20 thru March 27, from 5:30 til 8:00 pm. We will start with a light supper at 5:45, with a lesson beginning at 6:00. Please see Robin McKeever for more information.
PAINTINGS OF ST. JAMES:
Our own Jerry Keelen has created beautiful paintings of the St. James building, and they are available for purchase at the suggested price of $35. Please consider purchasing one for your home!
ST. JAMES FAIR – SEPTEMBER 18 & 19
We are gearing up for the St. James Fair, taking place on September 18 & 19! Spring is coming, why not take some time during your spring cleaning to go through your house and find treasures for the Fair. If you haven't touched it since the last Fair, it should be donated! We have a boat and some estate items pledged already. All items will receive a tax receipt. Buying a new car? Your old one may be more valuable as a donation; consult your tax professional. Stuff makes the sale, people make it fun. Let your friends and family know about the sale; it is a great opportunity to introduce new people to "The Little Stone Church with the Warm Heart."
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