July 12, 2009 Church News

 

 Rev’d Harry Dailey will be our celebrant and preacher at both liturgies Eucharist this morning. Please give him a warm Saint John’s welcome!
 
Dave Ramsey’s Financial Peace Univeristy
Classes will beguin on Sunday, August 30th
 
Women’s Summer Bible Study-Its not too late to join!!!
Its time again to plan the Women’s Summer Bible Study. Please contact Denise at (903) 874-5425 or denise@stjohnscorsicana.com if you would like to participate.
 
WOMEN’S BIBLE STUDY CONTINUES THIS WEDNESDAY-6PM
 
VBS Dates
Our Habitat for Humanity Vacation Bible School will be held from August 3-7, 2009
 
Summer Christian Education Schedule
June 28, July 5, 12, 19-Summer Recess
July 26-General Convention Report by Fr. Monk
August 2, 9, 16, 23-Classes for all ages
August 30, September 6-In recess
 
 
Volunteers Needed for Summer Sunday School
Please contact Denise if you would be willing to help with one or two weeks of Summer Sunday School.
 
 
 
 
Closet Clean-Out Day
We will have a closet clean-out day on Thursday, July 23rd from 9 am until 12 pm. We will reorganize some of the closets in the Parish Hall.
 
VBS Volunteers Needed
August 3 - 7, 2009
 
Under Construction
Habitat for Humanity - VBS
August 3 - 7,  9am - Noon
at
St. John’s
 
Our annual VBS will be at St. John’s this year.  We will focus on sharing, caring and celebrating our lives in Christ.  Sign up forms are in the Parlor.  Please leave your completed forms in the folder.  There are still volunteer opportunities available.  See Denise Hambrick to explore how you can help.
 
OPEN DATES FOR ALTAR FLOWERS
The following dates are open for the giving of Altar Flowers:
July 26
Nov. 29
Dec. 27th
Please contact the Church Office if you would like to give flowers on one or more of these dates.
 



  Children’s Chapel
Heifer Project
$531.43
Rabbit Total
 
We have raised $ 431.43 to send to Heifer International this year.   This will buy about two-dozen rabbits for families in need.  According to Heifer International, rabbits multiply rapidly making them a low cost high yield way to help impoverished families increase their income.  Also, rabbits are easy to care for, require only simple food and produce manure that can be applied to gardens without composting, immediately boosting crop productivity.  What a great gift from our families to families around the world struggling to survive.  Thanks to all for your support.
 
Family Fun Night July 19th
Our third annual Eddie Hambrick “Un-Memorial” Homemade Ice Cream Contest for the Dr. Jim Witten trophy will be held on July 19th.
 
Bring your best ice cream recipe and see if you can wow (or bribe the judges) to see if you can be the one to unseat last years winner, Eddie Hambrick
 
We will begin at 6:30 pm. Make plans to join us
 
 
WEDNESDAY SERVICES HIATUS
There will not be any Wednesday services on the following Wednesdays:
July 1
July 8
July 15
 
Wednesday services will resume on July 22,
HABITAT FOR HUMANITY NEWS
Having just dedicated our third house, the first on Gioia Circle, Habitat for Humanity will take a few weeks off for the Summer. Saint John’s
 
CHURCH OFFICE CLOSED ON MONDAY JULY 6
The Church Office will be closed on Monday July 6 in observance of Independence Day.
 
ALTAR GUILD HELP NEEDED
The Parish Altar Guild is looking for some new members to help care for the sanctuary of our Lord. Please contact Fr. Monk at the church office if you would like to volunteer or find out more information about this vital ministry.
 
Planning for Next Mission Trip Underway
Planning has begun for our next mission trip to Burkina Faso in January 2010. If you are interested please contact Eddie Hambrick more information..

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