Announcements November 12

     ANNOUNCEMENTS

 WELCOME.  We want to welcome any and all visitors with us today.  If you would like to make yourself known to us, then please fill out a yellow card found in the pews and place it in the alms plate when that is passed.  Please also join us for fellowship after the service in the parish hall which is to your right as you exit the sanctuary.  AND REMEMBER THE EPISCOPAL CHURCH ALWAYS WELCOMES YOU!

 TODAY WE CELEBRATE OUR VETERAN’S AND WELCOME THOSE FROM THE SHEPHERD HOUSE.  GOD BLESS OUR VETERAN’S. PLEASE STAY FOR A BRUNCH AFTER SERVICES TODAY!

 PRAISE AND COMMINION SERVICE SUNDAY NOVEMBER 19TH AT 5:30PM.

 OUR CHRISTIAN ROOTS IN ENGLAND SUNDAY NOVEMBER 19TH AT 6:30 PM.  Please come and join us as we continue our journey learning about our Christian Roots in England.  As many of you know, the youth group is undertaking a pilgrimage to London next Summer.  They invite you to explore with them as all are transformed learning our common heritage.  The forum is every third Sunday at 6:30 pm.  This month we will explore more about the English Reformation.  So come and join us!

 NEWSLETTER DEADLINE Due to Thanksgiving this deadline is sooner than usual.  Please have all articles for the December newsletter submitted by November 14.

LUNCH BUNCH:  will meet this Tuesday, November 14 at 1:00 p.m. at Joanna’s Family Restaurant, 10366 Leo Road.  Carpool will leave church at 12:50.  If you have any questions please contact Anita Grams at 449-9682.

BIBLE STUDY AND FELLOWSHIP will meet this Thursday at 7:00 p.m. at the home of Jack Rademaker.

THANKSGIVING MEALS If you took a tag(s) off the door they need to be in by today, Sunday November 12 with the item.  Frozen items go in the chest freezer in the Food Bank.  Refrigerator items go in the upright refrigerator in the boiler room.  Turkey tags can be put on the desk in the Food Bank.  Thanks you all for sharing your blessings with those less fortunate.”

CHRISTMAS FAMILIES The Daughters of the King have arranged for two families each consisting of mother, father and two children to be adopted by St. Alban’s this year through Lutheran Social Services.  On Sunday November 19 a tree filled with ornaments that have gift requests listed on the back will be located in the narthex.  Please be sure to register your gift selection with a Daughter at a table nearby, where the ornament will be exchanged for a gift tag which you will attach to your gift.  All gifts should be new and wrapped in Christmas paper.  A basket of labels, from which you may choose food and hygiene items needed by the families, will also be available at the table.  You do not have to wrap these items; just place them in the laundry basket with the family number, located by the tree.  All gifts, food and hygiene items are due at the church by Sunday,  December 3.  Thank you for your assistance with this project.

CALLING ALL CHILDREN!  Christmas will be here before we know it and it’s time to start preparing for the annual St. Albans Christmas pageant held on Christmas Eve. If your children are interested in being a part of this wonderful pageant, please plan on joining us for the organizational meeting on November 19th immediately following the 10:15 service and will last no more than 30 minutes.  The pageant practices will be as follows:  November 19, December 3, 10 & 17.  Pageant will held at the 4:00 pm Christmas Eve service. If there are any questions, please contact Janine Steinbrunner at janinesteinb@yahoo.com or 797-7598. Thank you.

A THANKSGIVING SERVICE will be held at 7:00 p.m. on Wednesday November 22.  Please mark your calendar now and join us as we praise our God for His numerous blessing to us.

THANKSGIVING FLOWERS AND DECORATIONS envelopes for Thanksgiving flowers and decorations are in the pew card holders.  You may contribute any amount for these flowers.  Please note whether you would like the flowers in thanksgiving for an important event in your life or in memory of a loved one.  Envelopes must be received by November 19 to have information listed in the bulletin.

ATTENDANCE last Sunday was 84.

REMEMBER IN PRAYER Laurel Adams, Terry Babcock, Joe Bartow, Peggy Brandes, Cassie, Dick & Bonnie Camp, Mary Ann Clemmer, Christina Connelly, Rachel Diver, Dick Donnelly, Carolyn DuClos, Susie Foley, Chris Foreman, Ian Fox, Denise Frede, Tammy Gillig, Anita Grams, Carolyn Grate, Gloria Guindon, Imhausen family, Shirley Johnson, Tim & Patty Kerlin, David Kurz, Juli Lieb, Rick McMahan, Jeff Mobley, Don Mefford, Catherine Michael, Debbie Nolan, Michelle Nolan, Bart Noll, Carol Postel, Ethel Reynolds, Doris Sanxter, Tom Shadid, Cindy Spice, Rick Spice, Les Stath, Marianne Sumners, Carol Sumney, Sandra Svensen, Bill Townsend.

 For those unable to worship with us:  Ed Brackmann, John Diver, Frances Krauskopf, Tom Kurtz, Gene Pettibone, Jim Trueblood, and Paul Wiseheart.

 Military: Kaylee Collins, Sean Collins, Daxton Demorest, Jeremy Faux, Dylan Frick, Adam Johns, Eric Lamberty, Matthew Michael, Jamie Stooky, Ty Sumner

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