Dates to Remember:

Jul 25- Aug 23 School Supply Drive

Aug 23 Blessing of Backpacks & Welcome Home Sunday

Sep 12 ECW Meeting

Sep 13 Back to Church & Invitation Sun

Sep 27 Mid Yr Meeting

Sunday Services
8:30 am
Rite I
In the Chapel
(no music)

10:30 am
Rite II
(with music)
In the Nave

Church Office
Monday - Thursday
Hours: 9:00 am to 
2:00 pm
The Midweek Connection
June 18th, 2015

Inside this Midweek Connection:
  • Being faithful on the road
  • Dates to Remember through September
  • Prayer Request
  • News from the Atrium
Being a Faithful Household
Even When On The Road

That time of the year has come when God trusts only us Episcopalians to take the summer off -- right? (Not really, of course.)


How can we maintain our faithful-ness as families when we travel? The ancient Celts knew something about faithful comings and goings. 


Click here to learn more about Ancient Celtic Travel Prayer




Let us stand in prayer and solidarity with our brothers and sisters who were slain last evening at Mother Emanuel African Methodist Episcopal Church in Charleston, South Carolina.


Even as we shroud the Cross on Good Friday, and we say "It is Finished," we know it isn't over. Resurrection is coming.  

News from The Atrium

Dear all,


This Sunday, Fathers' Day, June 21 - 9:15am-10:15am, parent helpers and interested parents are invited to meet me in the Atrium (classroom 6)...without children!  They are invited to spend that hour on the playground, weather permitting.  There will be at least two gracious dads supervising (thank you, Leonard and Jonathan).  Rainy plan: they will do artwork in the room next to the nursery.  I'll have some supplies available.


I plan to go over some essentials of the Catechesis program; and I'll do a demonstration of how to do polishing work, as well as the Good Shepherd parable.


Even if you've never helped out before, please do consider joining us.  It is so life-giving being in the Atrium.


The other two Sundays this summer we will do parent training are: July 26 and August 2.


So, we will not have Arium time for children this Sunday.  We will also be taking a break from the Atrium for the next two Sundays: June 28 and July 5.






Wednesday Bible Study Continues

Wednesday morning Bible Study continues at 8:30 am to 9:30 am at Genuine Joe's Coffee House at 2001 W. Anderson Lane. Our intrepid Bible scholars are now studying the book of Proverbs.
Music for June 21st:
Anthem: Sing Out to God, Richard Vorhaar
Processional:  535,  Ye Servants of God, Your Master Proclaim
Gospel: 608, Eternal Father, Strong to Save
Communion : 379, God Is Love, Let Heaven Adore Him
493, O For a Thousand Tongues To Sing
Missional: 436, Lift Up Your Heads, Ye Mighty Gates
Lay Ministry for June21st: 
Click here for readings

If you are unable to fulfill your lay ministry, arrange for a substitute and let Marty in the office know of the change by noon on Thursday before. 

First Reading:  17:14-11, 19-23, 32-49
Psalm 9:9-20
Second Reading: II Corinthians 6:1-13
Gospel:  Mark 4:35-41

8:30 am Service -
Lector: Granville Ott
Psalmist: Mariel Fox
Intercessor: Jim Ryan
Usher: Jim Ryan

10:30 am Service-
First Lesson: Lana Beyer
Second Lesson: Jennifer Johnston
Intercessor: Kenneth DeSilva
Chalicists: (GC) Robert Beyer(C) Lana Beyer
Acolytes: Holly & Charles Davis & Douglas Foxworth
Ushers: Jim Ryan, Lance New, Jeri Wines
Altar Guild: Ginger Kirchhof, Reba Ott, Liz Haltom, Jeri Wines
Flower Guild: Reba Ott
Lay Eucharistic Minister: Jim Ryan/Dudley Baker
Bishop's Committee Host: Brian McElligott OO