Announcements – May 3, 2015

Welcome to St. George’s. Please sign our guest book and join us for refreshments and fellowship after each service.  


Sunday School Classes for all Ages:

Children and youth meet in the Chapel at 9:00 before going to their class-rooms. Age 3 – 5th grade use Godly Play; teens use Living the Good News.

The Rector’s Forum meets in the Parish Hall at 9:10. Today we will hear from Bishop Martins about his recent experience in Cuba and the upcoming General Convention. Everyone is welcome.

The Lambeth Bible Study, an experiential and meditative approach to scripture, meets in the Conference Room at 9:15 each Sunday.


Welcome Bishop Daniel and Brenda Martins! The Bishop will preach and celebration at both services, will baptize and confirm at the 10:30 service, and will speak at the Rector’s Forum. He will also bless and dedicate our parish library in honor of Fr. Leslie Wilson.


Congratulations to John Skaff, who will be baptized this morning, and Ellen Treadwell, who will be confirmed!  John is the son of Steve and Kelly Skaff, and Ellen is the daughter of Chris and Lisa Treadwell.


Bishop’s Discretionary Fund – If you would like to make a donation in celebration of Bishop Martins visit, simply note “Bishop’s Fund” on the memo of your check, or use the envelopes in the narthex.


Food Pantry – Volunteers are very much needed this Saturday, May 9, to help sort donations from the Letter Carriers Food Drive.  Everyone is encouraged to come to the parish hall between 1:00 and 5:00 for as much – or as little – time as you can contribute. We need you!


St. George’s Choristers will be performing Moses and the Freedom Fanatics on Mother’s Day, Sunday, May 10, in place of the sermon.  They will receive their ribbons Sunday, May 17th.


May 17 – Potluck Breakfast and Sunday School Celebration.  Bring something to share and join us in the Parish Hall at 9:00 am to show our students, teachers, and parents how much we appreciate them!


Community Service Commission will meet May 6, 6:00 pm, at the Bread Company (Main St.) to discuss upcoming projects.  Interested parishioners are welcome to attend. Please arrive 10 minutes early to purchase your dinner so we can begin promptly at 6:00.


Clean Up Day – Join us Saturday, May 23, to clean up the church yard. We’ll do some raking, some trimming, clean gutters and plant flowers. Please contact Junior Warden Candi Hamill or the church office if you will be here so we can plan accordingly. Many hands make light work!


St. George’s is responsible for mowing the church yard in May, July, and September. If you can help by volunteering to mow one (or more) weeks, please speak to Joe Hooten.


Annual Parish Picnic is Sunday, May 31 – the 8:00 am service will take place as usual, but the second service will take place in the St. Cecelia Chapel at Toddhall at 11:00 am.  The picnic follows – we provide hamburgers, hotdogs, and drinks; you brings side dishes.  Bring your lawn chair, baseball bats, soccer balls, hats and sunscreen!


FNCA provides Summer Day Camp for youth in the Franklin School District. Recreational, educational and life skill programs are offered, and a donation of $40 allows a child to participate. To donate, make your check payable to St. George’s and note “Send a Kid to Camp” on the memo. (Envelopes are available in the narthex if you prefer.)


St. Michael’s Youth Conference – A week of fun, friends and Christian growth, activities such as worship, prayer, and conference sessions help youth ages 13-19 to grow as Christians. The Conference takes place June 7-12, and leaders are Bishop Martins, Fr. Ian Wetmore, Fr. David Halt, and Fr. David Baumann.  Information and registration info is available in the narthex and office.


How to receive Communion – This is Christ’s Body and Blood. Receive the consecrated wafer in your hands and raise it to your mouth, or receive it directly on your tongue. (A gluten-free host is available – let us know if you need this option.) Assist in guiding the Chalice to your lips. If for personal reasons such as illness you wish to receive by “intinction”, leave the host on your palm and the Chalice Bearer will pick it up, intinct and place it on your tongue. Do not intinct yourself – this prevents fingers touching the wine. If you do not wish to receive the chalice, cross your arms over your chest.



Mon, May 4   6:30 pm – Order of St. Luke (Conf Room)

6:30 pm – Scouts (Parish Hall, Classrooms)

Tues, May 5   7:00 pm – EFM Reunion Group (Conf Room)
Wed, May 6   9:30 am – Holy Eucharist (Chapel)

10:30 am – Prayer Group (Chapel)

1:00 pm – Yoga (Parish Hall)

5:30 pm – Choristers Rehearsal

6:00 pm – Community Services Comm (Panera)

7:30 pm – Choir Rehearsal

Thurs, May 7   7:00 pm – Endowment Trustees (Conf Room)
Fri, May 8
Sat, May 9   1:00 pm – Food Sorting (Parish Hall)

May 10

Mother’s Day

8:00 am – Holy Eucharist

9:00 am – Sunday School for all ages

10:30 am – Holy Eucharist & Chorister’s Program


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