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ENEWS

It was a fabulous week at St. Richard’s! Starting with the Coalition for the Homeless Feeding Ministry on Friday night. Seven St. Richard’s volunteers served more than 150 people dinner that night and because of you, we provided 20 hamburger casseroles for hungry people. Kristin Horan brought her son Griffin along to celebrate her birthday in service to others. You can see their photo below. Read more>>>
THE ZEBRA COALITION
The Zebra Coalition is looking for donations help them to put together a youth event this Halloween. Please consider donating a large carving pumpkin and/or decorating supplies. If you are interested in this outreach opportunity, please deliver your pumpkin and supplies to the church by 10/24 or contact Carmen Graham to make other arrangements. 
TACA Yard Sale
October 15-16. If you have items you want to sell, plan to set up in the front yard of St. Richard's that Friday and/or Saturday and sell you stuff to the folks that will be coming to the neighborhood and going house to house looking for treasures.
TOUCH THE EARTH By T.C. McLuhan (Justice Committee Book Club)
Starting Wednesday, October 13, 2021 At 6:30pm NEW! Book Club selection from St. Richard's Justice Committee: "Touch The Earth" by T.C. McLuhan who is an internationally recognized award-winning filmmaker and best-selling author. Raised and educated in Toronto, McLuhan... Read more>>>
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Enroll now for Education for Ministry (EfM) on Zoom in January through the Diocese of Kentucky  

Enrollment for an EfM class is open now for all years of the program from now until November 15, 2021. The class offers a great opportunity to study scripture, church history and theology in a deep and meaningful way.

EfM is a four-year course that meets weekly via Zoom and once a year, in-person. It is a great way to learn about the Christian faith , to study scripture, and think and discuss things that matter today from the perspective of our faith tradition.

While the curriculum covers four years of study, students can sign up for a year, take time off if needed and pick up their studies when it makes sense for their lives. Classes are held from January through May, with the summer off, and again from August through November. Because this course is presented on Zoom, it is open to anyone throughout the diocese. If you would like additional information, please contact Harvey Roberts either by phone or by email.
By phone:  502-744-6830
Lift Every Voice and Sing: A New National Hymn (Webinar)
VOTING
The website for the Florida Division of Elections is: https://dos.myflorida.com/elections
Hit the tab "For Voters" to verify that you are registered. Florida is a closed primary state which means that you can only vote in the party in which you are registered. Also, you must be registered 29 days before the election.
All Saints Episcopal Church St. Francis Pet Ministry
All Saints Episcopal Church, Winter Park has an ongoing St. Francis Pet Ministry. Next meeting October 12, 5:00 p.m. in Glennon House. Pets are welcome. Bruce Keene, long time local vet, leads the Pet Ministry to celebrate the gift of animal companions in our lives. They meet the second Tuesday of each month to pray and tell animal stories. Contact Bruce is you are interested in more information: 407-222-0142
Thank you all for diligently signing up for worship since October of 2020. New Guidelines give us the freedom to forgo contact tracing for worship services. In addition, masks are strongly encouraged outside or inside for all people. Please keep coming in person to St. Richard's! 
Holy Eucharist Rite I - Twenty-First Sunday after Pentecost
8:00 a.m. Sunday, October 17, 2021
(Inside the church)
We will be using our pre-packaged communion sets.
Holy Eucharist Rite II - Twenty-First Sunday after Pentecost Bulletin
10:30 a.m. Sunday, October 17, 2021
(Live Stream/In-Person Worship)
We will be using our pre-packaged communion sets.
EVENING PRAYER
Sunday, October 17, 2021, 5:00 p.m. (Live Stream/In-Person Worship)
5:00 p.m. is now in-person each week:
First Sundays with the Rev. Alison P. Harrity or the Rev. Dr. Harry Coverston, Holy Eucharist Rite II - Second and Third Evening Prayer with the Rev. Rich Wilson and Art Pini. - In-person & Live stream on Facebook www.strichards.org. - Fourth Taize with the Rev. Dr. Harry Coverston which will be live streamed to YouTube.
Ministers Serving Today: Preacher The Rev. Alison P. Harrity Celebrant: The Rev. Alison P. Harrity
Deacon: The Rev. Rich Wilson Evening Prayer: Art Pini
St. Richard's Celebrates Holy Eucharist on Sundays at 8:00 a.m., 10:30 a.m. and Evening Worship 5:00 p.m.

St. Richard's Episcopal Church 5151 Lake Howell Road, Winter Park, FL 32792
The Rev. Alison P. Harrity Office: (407) 671-4211 Fax: (407) 671-2028 Email: rector@strichards.org