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Saint David's Episcopal Church
Diverse People + Inquiring Minds + Open Hearts: Building Bridges of Hope with the Living Christ
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This Week at Saint David's
October 11, 2018
Thought of the Week
"It is easy to hate and it is difficult to love. This is how the whole scheme of things works. All good things are difficult to achieve; and bad things are very easy to get. ” 
Confucius
Important Links
Readings for this Sunday

This Sunday's bulletin

October 2018 Visions newsletter

October 2018 Prayer Lists
This Week at a Glance
Sunday, Oct 14
7:00 am - Noon
8:00 am
10:00 am
11:15 am


Monday, Oct 15
7:15 pm

Tuesday , Oct 16
5:00 pm
7:00 pm

Wednesday, Oct 17
1:00 pm
2:00 pm
7:00 pm
8:00 pm

Thursday, Oct 18
9:30 am
7:30 pm
Pentecost 21, Green Team; Ingathering of pledges
Fire Dept Pancake Breakfast, Kiel Ave Firehouse
Holy Eucharist with birthday & anniversary prayers
Holy Eucharist with birthday & anniversary prayers
Coffee Hour
Joyful Noise


Stewardship Commission


St. Paul's Shelter meal
AA - open meeting


Meditation
Tai Chi Chih
Vestry
AA - closed meeting


Healing Eucharist in the Chapel
Choir Rehearsal
On the Horizon
Saturday, October 27
Saturday, November 10
Saturday, November 17
Saturday, November 24
Beefsteak Dinner & Silent Auction
Fall Clean Up Day
Vestry Mutual Ministry Review
'A Christmas Carol' one-man show
Opportunities for Fellowship
Silent Auction and Beefsteak Dinner: October 27. Tickets now available after church, through the parish office, or by CLICKING HERE , price $40 if paid by check or cash, $42 if by credit card. Start collecting items, baskets or decorations now. Please sign up in the narthex if you can help. Questions? Contact Mary Harbinsky at maryharbinsky@optonline.net . See also the pages in September and October Visions .

New credit card policy : following a successful test during "Thrill of the Grill", the vestry has approved a policy of adding a small fee to credit card transactions for ticket and product sales going forward to cover the expense of offering this service. For the silent auction, tickets purchased with cards will be $42 ($40 for cash or check). Auction winners may pay with a credit card, but will be assessed a 5% fee to cover processing expenses. As always, payment by cash or check will NOT incur any additional fee.
Opportunities for Service and Giving
Ingathering & Blessing of 2019 Financial Commitments : Please bring them with you this Sunday and place them in the basket in front of the altar when you come up to receive Communion. Forms already mailed in will be placed in the basket.

Community Food Pantry : serving Kinnelon, Butler, and the surrounding area
·        Serve : deliver collected goods to the pantry
·        Give : requested items as of 10/6/2018 - milk (box and powder), juice (box and bottle), potatoes (canned or instant), cooking oil, canned fruit, coffee (regular-non-flavored), tea (regular-non-flavored), toilet paper, paper towels, salt and pepper, soups, cleaning supplies, canned tuna, jelly, sugar, flour, baby food, diapers.  Contact Nancy Moody at   nelmoo@optimum.net

Food Pantry Appeal: "Food insecure" Father Jon talked in a recent sermon about "hearers and doers." I'd like to do something about food insecurity in our community. Will you join me? CLICK HERE from Nancy Moody, Food Pantry Liaison  

North Porch : a ministry supplying goods and services to mothers and young children
·        Serve : deliver collected goods to North Porch in Dover
·        Give : place items for children under 4 years old in the cradle in the church.
Two parishioners made a delivery last week and explored their needs.

St. Paul's Shelter Meal is October 16. URGENT Please sign up in the narthex if you can offer part of the meal or drive or serve. Please also let Joan Molee and Gill Otto know if you can help. We still need 1 driver/server (John S will help serve, so it is possible you only need to drive to John's house, not all the way into Paterson), and a main course. Please approach Mary-Esther Arther or Rev. Jon if you would like financial support for the cost of ingredients.

Amazon Smile : when you shop online, use smile.amazon.com and choose St. David's. It doesn't cost you anything extra, but St. David's gets a donation. To select us, visit smile.amazon.com/ch/22-2016285

Grocery Cards/vouchers : purchase grocery cards for your use, and St. David’s receives a donation, or purchase vouchers which are pooled to support food pantries in the communities we serve. During 2018 so far, we have distributed $4000 to five local food pantries. Thank you!
Opportunities for Community Engagement
Annual Fall Pancake Breakfast October 14, Kinnelon Volunteer Fire Company, 103 Kiel Avenue, Kinnelon, 7 am - 12 pm, $9 for adults, $8 for Seniors and under 12s.

Winter Coat Drive ending October 15 One 'local' winter coat drive is now underway at the Lakeland Hills YMCA (in association with Market Street Mission of Morristown and the Community Church of Mountain Lakes). Either take your coats to the lobby there or give them to Gill who will take them down.

If you know of items such as these in your community, let us know to include it here.
Contact the parish office at parishadmin@stdavidskinnelon.org
The Rev. Jon Richardson’s contact details:
office: 973-838-6927
cell phone: 973-850-9564