Your November Buffet Awaits
A Buffet is described “as a style of dining where prepared food is on display for you to take what you’d like.” Here’s what’s on the menu for November. Taste and See how our Lord is good!
Sat. Nov. 2
Victorian “Downtown Abbey” Tea
– seats are still available but let the office know asap for your reservation
Sun. Nov. 3
Don’t miss our celebration of
“All Saints Day”
at both churches and the opportunity to light a candle in memory of one or more of those who made your life more light filled. Also “Pledge Sunday” at St. John’s
Sun. Nov. 10
and blessing those Veterans among our congregations as we honor Veterans' Day at our Sunday services.
Nov. 14-16 Diocese of Virginia
in northern Virginia. Ed Marks and Anne Neuman attending as Delegates respectively from Farnham and St. John's. Torrence as clergy representative. We’ll let you know what happens.
(Office is closed the 14
Sunday, Nov. 17
(United Thank Offering)
. Be considering your donation for this important Episcopal endeavor.
Sunday, Nov. 24
A special “
using what some of us learn at the School of Celtic Consciousness taught by John Philip Newell this week.
“Souper” Bible Study: The Gospel of Luke.
A four-part series to be held both as a Monday evening session series (6-8 p.m. starting with a soup and bread supper) on Nov. 11, 18, 25 and Dec. 2) and a Tuesday morning session series (10 a.m.-noon ending with a Souper Lunch and Conversation time at noon) on Nov. 12, 19, 26 and Dec. 3. Please let Torrence know if you are interested in attending. The beauty of the sessions is that you can mix and match (come on a Tuesday if you can’t make a Monday evening or swap a Tuesday morning with the Monday evening.)
“Souper” Lunch and Conversation
12 noon – 1 p.m. on Tuesdays Nov. 12, 19, 26 and Dec. 3.
Sunday Nov 24
at 7 pm
Location to be announced
Thursday Morning November 28
9:00 simple “said” side chapel