Announcements for the Week of November 19, 2017

What’s Happening at St. Andrew’s

The Week of November 19, 2017

 

Sun 19 Anne Carriere+, Celebrant
Adult Forum:“Eager to Love” by Fr. Richard Rohr, Chapter 2 9:15 AM
Vestry Meeting 12 Noon
Tue 21 Woodcarvers 9:00 AM
Wed 22 Stitchers 9:00 AM
    Area Art Club 9:00 AM
Thu 24 THANKSGIVING ALL DAY

 

 

Worship Leaders:

November 26 – Anne Carriere+

 

 

Upcoming Events at St. Andrew’s

 

November 26 – Christ the King Sunday/DoK Installation of new members

November 26 – Food Ingathering, Discretionary Fund Offering

November 30 – The Feast of St. Andrew potluck and church get-together.

December 2 – Daughters of the King regular meeting

December 2 – Lasagna Dinner hosted by the Men’s Group

December 9 – Breakfast for the ladies hosted by the Men’s Group

December 10 – Service of Light and Remembrance

December 16 – Daughters of the King Quiet Day

 

 

 

FOOD INGATHERING – November 26.  The Pantry needs rice, pasta sauce, and oatmeal in particular.  Thank you for your support of the Pantry

 

THANKSGIVING DAY:  All are invited to April Baily’s home for Thanksgiving Day dinner.  April will provide a ham, wine, tea and coffee; attendees are asked to bring a side dish and anything else they might like to drink.  Dinner will be at 1 PM.  Let April know if you can attend.

 

THE FEAST OF ST. ANDREW’S: The parish is invited to gather for a celebration of our patron saint’s feast day on November 30, @ 5:30 PM in Keller Hall.  It’s a pot luck dinner, and of course we will eat well!  Drinks will be provided.  Not a fundraiser, not a worship service – just a chance to celebrate the love we have for one another.

 

LASAGNA with THE MEN’S GROUP! Save the Date… and get your reserved tickets for a Lasagna Dinner set for Saturday, December 2, 4 PM. Tickets are available in the church office and takeout dinners will be available.

 

DOK QUIET DAY – The Daughters of the King will sponsor a Quiet Day on Saturday, December 16, 9 AM to 2 PM.  Jos Tharakin+ will celebrate a Eucharist and lead participants in a series of meditations and opportunities to reflect on Advent.  Everyone is invited to participate; feel free to bring your friends and neighbors as well.  A soup and bread luncheon will be provided.