TRIVIA NIGHT Thanks to all who participated in the fun trivia night event. Want to especially thank Larry Dearing for being the auctioneer MC of the donated goodies. It was a great time had by all. The total collected was $327.00 and will be donated to The Shepherds House.
PLEASE NOTE: PLEASE PICK UP YOUR CONTRIBUTION STATEMENTS FOR 2017 WHICH ARE IN THE WHITE BOX. THANK YOU. IT WILL SAVE US MONEY ON POSTAGE.
NEWSLETTER deadline is this Thursday.
BIBLE STUDY AND FELLOWSHIP will meet this Thursday at 7:00 p.m. at the home of Jack Rademaker.
NOMINATING COMMISSION has begun their work. Those on the commission are Elaine Fazzaro, George Shamp, Norm Grams, Barb Jackson, and Jordan Trendelman. If you have any suggestions please talk to one of them, and please keep them in your thoughts and prayers.
PRAISE AND COMMUNION SERVICE will be at 5:30 p.m. today
OUR CHRISTIAN ROOTS IN ENGLAND at 6:30 PM today. 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 this 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 Canterbury Cathedral and the martyrdom of Archbishop Thomas Becket. So come and join us!
RESCUE MISSION will meet this Thursday at 4:30 p.m.
WOMEN’S BIBLE STUDY AND FELLOWSHIP will meet this Thursday at 2:00 – 4:00 at the home of Marilyn Rafter.
THE ANNUAL MEETING is Sunday, January 28 at 10:00 This meeting represents an opportunity for the parish family to review the previous year and to look ahead with our rector to the year 2018 and beyond. There will be only one service that Sunday at 9:00. Before the meeting begins there will be a brunch. Please sign up and bring a dish!
SOUPER BOWL SUNDAY February 4, 2018. Please help us transform super Bowl Sunday into SOUPER BOWL SUNDAY. Soup is a fast moving item in our Food Bank during the winter months. Help us keep the soup shelf filled by making a special effort to bring a can or two (or three or four) to church on February 4. Last year our goal was 110 cans of soup. We met that plus more. Let’s try to reach that goal again.
CHURCH CLOSINGS: If the weather looks bad and you wonder whether or not we are having church please check the following: Your email or wpta or wane’s website or Television scroll of cancellations. You can also receive texts by signing up to receive notifications from Saint Alban’s by texting “Follow StAlbanFW” to 40404.
ATTENDANCE for last Sunday is 74.
REMEMBER IN PRAYER Terry Babcock, Cheryl Banks, Peggy Brandes, Dick Camp, Mary Ann Clemmer, Kathie Current, John L. Diver, Dick Donnelly, Carolyn DuClos, Susie Foley, Ian Fox, Denise Frede, Layla Frede, Nick Frede,Tammy Gillig, Carolyn Grate, Imhausen family, Shirley Johnson, Tricia Jones, Tim & Patty Kerlin, Steve Levendowski, Juli Lieb, Phil Mayer Sr., Jeff Mobley, Don Mefford, Jim Morris, `Meagan Patrick, Carol Newell, Debbie Nolan, Michelle Nolan, Bart Noll, Dick Ritchie, Larry Sanxter, Tom Shadid, Bruce Snyder, Cindy Spice, Rick Spice, Pat & Les Stath, Carol Sumney, Sandra Svensen, Carlen Trujillo, Bill and Carolyn Townsend.
For those unable to worship with us: Ed Brackmann, John Diver, Frances Krauskopf, Tom Kurtz, Gene Pettibone, and Paul Wiseheart.
Military: Kaylee Collins, Sean Collins, Daxton Demorest, Jeremy Faux, Dylan Frick, Adam Johns, Eric Lamberty, Matthew Michael, Jamie Stooky, Ty Sumner