– 8:00 am
Reader: Jim Hicks
– 10:15 am
Reader: John McKeever
Acolyte: Dave Harrison
Greeters: Sandy Sandbach and Kevin Kelly
Altar Guild: Mary Meagher and Marilyn Cote
Coffee Hour Sponsor:
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 Monday, February 16th @ 7pm in the Chapel; the following meet dates will be Mondays March 2nd, March16th & March 30th. The book to be discussed is “A Confident Heart” by Renee Swope with biblical references and discussion. Reference materials will be provided.
Please contact Michelle O'Quend for questions or more information.
Results from the Parish Meeting:
Congratulations to our new (or renewed) Vestry Members (Laurie Spencer, Richard Hunter, Lou Cooke, Kathy Braun) and Junior Warden (Paul Meglathery).
Things to pick up:
If you were not at the Annual Parish meeting, please feel free to pick up a copy of the annual report that was handed out. They are in the back of the sanctuary. Thanks to all who attended and provided a wonderful lunch for everyone!
DAUGHTERS OF THE KING
Calling All Women of Faith! The Daughters of the King - Selah Chapter of St. James will be having a meeting on Sat. Feb. 28th @10 am in the Chapel. Our organization is about being the "hope lifters" of our family, church and the world at large; we do this through prayer and community service.
All are welcome, please join us!
As we close this year and begin a new one, please keep the St. James Fair in mind. As you come across items of some value that you don't use or like; please set them aside for our September event. If you or someone you know is downsizing or settling an estate,keep us in mind. All donations will receive a taxreceipt. Carol and Jerry have pledged a real live boat to the fair! Such items create excitement and visibility for the event. Another need is storage space, if you can hold your donations until September great; if not, we are looking for free or cheap storage space so we can collect enough donations to meet or beat a $10,000 goal. Please feel free to reach out to me at: email@example.com
Here's to the next 150years of St. James!
ST.BRIGID’S FOOD PANTRY
Please remember to give to St. Brigid’s food pantry. Canned and boxed items are accepted, as well as personal hygiene items. Please leave donated items in the containers marked “St. Brigid’s.”
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