News & Information December 2019
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for Something to Do?
We can always use help; there are many opportunities to serve:
Altar Guild - Ushers -- Readers - Crucifer - LEM -- Hospitality
The poinsettias are
being ordered. This year they will be $7.00. If you would like
to help with the cost and dedicate a plant in memory of or thanksgiving
for someone, please fill out one of the order forms found in
the narthex and place it along with your check in the alms basin.
may email your order to the church email@example.com Please
include the following information:
Name of donor_____________________________________________________
Given in thanksgiving for____________________________________________
Given in memory of_________________________________________________
Paid (check)___________Paid (cash)____________
HANGING OF THE GREENS
Hanging of the Greens
will be DECEMBER 22nd immediately after the worship service.
Please plan on staying after the church service to help us decorate
the church and "celebrate." We will also be using
red poinsettias which may be given in memory of/or thanksgiving
for those whom you wish to remember at Christmas. Further information
and forms to purchase are contained in this Epistle.
CHRISTMAS EVE CANDLELIGHT SERVICE
Saint Paul's traditional
Christmas Eve Service will begin at 10:30 pm. There will be
Organ music played beginning at 10:15 pm. INVITE your friends
and neighbors to join us!!
CHRISTMAS EVE RECEPTION AND SET UP
St. Paul's traditional
Christmas Eve reception will be held immediately following the
10:30 pm worship service. Everyone is asked to bring their favorite
finger foods to share with the parish family and our Christmas
Guests. All goodies from finger sandwiches to desserts are needed
and appreciated. There will be an announcement made regarding
Noonday Prayers, every Tuesday
at 12:00 noon
Vestry Meeting Nov. 26th at
Following worship service, we have a wonderful time of fellowship
with our friends and a great opportunity to greet visitors.
A special thanks to all who make this happen by volunteering
to serve as coffee hostess. There is a sign-up sheet in the
parish hall every month giving you the opportunity to serve.
Coffee is always served. The snack can be a slice of cake, cookies,
sandwiches, chip and dip, crackers and cheese, etc—and
recently root beer floats were a big hit. This was never intended
to be an entire meal, just a snack; some wish to serve more
and that is fine. That is their gift to you, so just say “thanks.”
If you are not able to serve, you might consider buying coffee,
creamer, sugar, small plates, cups, napkins etc.
Please join us each Sunday for this fellowship. If you have
questions, feel free to ask one of the ECW officers: Paula,
Joyce or Carol.
The vestry meets at 6:30 p.m. on the fourth Tuesday of each
month. Meetings are open to all members of St. Paul’s.
Please visit our Facebook site and become a Fan.
If you are a Facebook user with your own page you may want to
check your privacy settings. I recommend you set them to Friends
only. (Jon Kidwell)
Wardens, Vestry and Officers
Senior Warden: John Womack- 2020---- Junior Warden: Jodi
--- John Womack -2020
Hammock -2021 ---- David Braddock -2021
Davidson-2022 ---Jodi Bakshas 2022 -- Bonnie McAskill 2022
Clerk: Nancy Davidson
Treasurer: Nancy Davidson
Pledge Clerk: Iva Nell Templer
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