Services for May 25, 2014
Sixth Sunday of Easter
“Let us remember all who gave their lives in service of our country ….. and all those who served their country selflessly in time of war or peace…
8 A.M. HOLY EUCHARIST
Readers: Jim and Colleen Hicks
10:15 A.M. HOLY EUCHARIST
Reader: Sandy Sandbach
Acolyte: Robin McKeever
Greeters: Sandy Sandbach and Kevin Kelly
Altar Guild: Robin and John McKeever
Music: Processional: #335: I Am theBread of Life; Gloria: # 280; Gospel: #178:Alleluia, Give Thanks To the Risen Lord”; Offertory: #380: Praise God; Recessional: #400:All Creatures of our God and King!
The sanctuary candle will burn brightly thisweek in memory of Bud Warren, given in his memory by his wife, Evelyn Warren… May he rest in peace!
Coffee hour is sponsored by Autumn Rhayne Reed!!!
BIRTHDAY AND ANNIVERSARY CELEBRATIONS
May 28: Norman Sandbach
May 30: Sandy Sandbach
PRAYER CHAIN: Please keep Sylvia Trent in your prayers. Sylvia was rehabbing at Health South in Tinton Falls.Also remember our dear friend Irene Diaz in your prayers for a special intention.
CLEANUP DAY IS SATURDAY, MAY 31 at 9:30… BRING RAKES, SHOVELS, AND GARDEN TOOLS!
The last Bible Study will be held this Tuesday, May 27. Bible study will resume after Labor Day!
SUMMER SCHEDULE begins on Sunday, June 8! ONE SERVICE at 9 A.M. until after Labor Day.
OUTREACH: Please remember St. Brigid’s during this spring season. Donations of cereals (and other items) are especially appreciated. The first Sunday of the month, we collect items of personal hygiene for use by the clients there as well! St Brigid’s is sorely in need of volunteers to work at their site. Please see Dave, if interested
Thanks to our own Jim Hicks for volunteering at St. Brigid’s.
Thanks to Jeff Hughes for doing such a beautiful job on the chapel. Come up and see it! There will be a dedication sometime in the near future.
ANY IDEAS FOR FUND RAISING? SEE DAVE ASAP! All ideas welcome....
MEMORIAL DAY WEEKEND
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