WORK & FAMILY meets tonight at 6:00 p.m.
VESTRY will meet this Tuesday at 6:30 p.m.
CHOIR will meet this Wednesday at 7:00 p.m.
BIBLE STUDY AND FELLOWSHIP will meet at 7:00 p.m. this Thursday at the home of Jack Radamacher.
CHURCH CLEANING IS SCHEDULED FOR THIS WEEK. Every other week the cleaning crew works to keep our Lord’s house in good order. Cleaning may be done on your own schedule any time during the week. If you would like to be responsible for cleaning a small area of the church, contact George Shamp.
DAUGHTERS OF THE KING meet at 10:00 a.m. on Tuesday, April 19. Deacon Sandra Ritchie will lead the discussion on “Prayer: A Holy Relationship” All women are welcome. Please see poster in the narthex.
KROGER COMMUNITY REWARDS POINTS As most of you know, Saint Alban’s receives money from the Kroger Community Rewards Program. This is the easiest fundraiser that we have and the money goes into our Camp Fund. The program is very simple, use your Kroger plus card at the register and as long as it has been registered as well as designated for Saint Alban’s, the rewards would go into our fund. This has to be done online, now I realize that registering your card online may be a bit challenging for some. So I will be bringing my computer to church today to assist anyone that needs help registering your card. I will be available after the 8:00 a.m. and before and after the 10:15 a.m. services. Remember to bring with you your Kroger plus Card. Also, keep in mind that with this program even though you might have already done this that you will need to re-register each year sometime during the month of April. Cindy Spice.
CAMPBELL’S SOUP COMPANY is discontinuing their Labels for Education incentive and reward program the end of August. As we support Shambaugh Elementary School, they will be stopping this program the end of May by sending in their last collection. For those of you who save these labels, please bring in what you have by Tuesday, May 18. We will continue to save the Box Top$ for Education on General Mills products for the school. Thanks to all of the families who have contributed in the past and will continue in the future. Anita Grams, Coordinator
SHEPHERD’S HOUSE An updated list of items needed by the Shepherd’s House was received and is on the Bulletin Board. A typed list has been made available on the table in the Narthex for you to take home. Thank you for your continued support. Norm Grams, Coordinator
COFFEE HOUR HOSTS are needed for a number of Sundays in April and May. Please sign the poster in the Fellowship Hall if you could provide snacks for the coffee hour following the 10:15 service. You are also asked to help serve and clean up.
LET’S TAKE A WALK FOR WESLEY!
On May 21st the Outreach Commission will be sponsoring a walk for the Angelman Syndrome Foundation. Our own little Wesley Stath Tracey was born with Angelman Syndrome. This is a national walk to bring awareness and support to the children and their families. Please let me know if you can walk with us, make a donation or both. Several of the committee will be available after church until the event. Marilyn McClure, 492-1724.
ATTENDANCE last Sunday was 69
REMEMBER IN PRAYER Chase Berry, Bonnie Camp, Dick Camp, Donna Daniel, John and Phyllis Diver Dick Donnelly, Susie Foley, Ian Fox, Denise Frede, Father Mike Fulk, Tammy Gillig, Glen Grate, Hilda Heim, Shirley Johnson, Evelyn Jones, Patricia Kerlin, Larry Link, Tom and June Lorenzen, Pat MacWhorter, Don Mefford, Alicia McLimans, Jo McMahan, Catherine Michael Jim Morris, Carol Newell, Derek Palmer, Rev. Sandy Ritchie, Tara Ruff, Tom Shadid, Cindy Spice, Rick Spice, , Tom Townsend, Jim Trueblood, Tony Trujillo and family, Wesley Stath-Tracy, Jackie Vinicki.
Military: Kaylee Collins, Sean Collins, Daxton Demorest, Jeremy Faux, Dylan Frick, Adam Johns, Eric Lamberty, Ty Sumner