Healing in Jesus' Name


Each quarter, St. Augustine’s holds a healing service, which provides an opportunity for the congregants to receive an anointing with holy oil and a prayer. This coming Sunday, February 10th, priests and prayer intercessors will place oil on those desiring it and pray with them. You may ask for a specific prayer for a specific need in your life or that of a loved one.

Consider inviting those you know who need the healing touch of the Lord.

In the name of God and trusting in his might alone, receive Christ’s healing touch to make you whole. May Christ bring you wholeness of body, mind, and spirit, deliver you from every evil, and give you his peace. Amen.
BIG Sunday has been moved to this Sunday - February 10th. Thank you for bringing supplies and monetary donations for Citizens for Humane Action (CHA). Also, the contributions you make to the Pastor's Discretionary Fund help folks tangible ways, just as Christ does through His servants (us!).
AND, we will celebrate February birthdays and anniversaries!
Don't forget to sign up for worship service responsibilities for February. Click here to go to the Survey Monkey site.
St. Ann coordinating a St. Auggie's food drive for WARM (Westerville Area Resource Ministry) in conjunction with St. Nicholas Anglican (Fr. Terry's church) to support those who are suffering because of the government shutdown. She will provide bags on Sunday, February 10th and will collect them on Sunday, February 17th. Thank you for your support in this worthy cause to help those in pain.
It's Fellowship Night at the Polaris California Pizza Kitchen (CPK) on
Wednesday, February 27. Reunite with your St. Auggie's pals midweek and fatten up before Lent begins! CPK will donate 20% of sales back to the church for our capital campaign. We all have to eat...why not for a cause? Flash the attached flyer to get credit. You can go anytime of day. Please bring your family and friends to join in the fun, too.

Mary Megan
Our podcast link has been corrected (thank you, Fr. Kevin). Now, you can go to the iTunes podcast store, look for Changed by God to Make a Difference for God, and subscribe. You also can click here , a shortcut.
Put in your earbuds, grab your phone, and listen to any sermon from any of our priests or visitors.

Family Baptism
Sunday, February 3, 2019, we baptized Doug and Cathy's three children and celebrated Candlemas, the end of Epiphany season. Make sure you take some time to welcome the newest members into Christ’s family here at St. Auggie’s and check out the pictures by clicking here .
New Home
Fr. Philip and Philarice are the proud owners of a most glorious home in Canal-Winchester. Hopefully, St. Augustine's will figure out a way to celebrate this monumental step in the lives of these new US citizens and beloved members of our church family!
Do you see what *I* see?
It's a new house for the Sang family!!
Fr. Kevin exorcised each room before the family moved in on January 28, 2019
Some fine, strong Kenyan friends (and members of St. Auggie's), led by track star Victor, moved the family, truckload by truckload.
CLICK HERE  to read/listen to Sunday's sermon.
Birthday Cake
Feb. 19 
Dorthia W. 
Feb. 23 
Sharon M. 
Feb. 28 
David A. 

Feb. 11 
Ben and Wendy W.

If we do not have your birthday/anniversary listed, please let Kathy Darling or Fr. Kevin know!
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