CHILDREN’S & YOUTH PROGRAMMING
- Education Hour for children & youth is at 9:15 a.m. on Sundays (upstairs)
- Childcare is provided for the 10:30 a.m. Sunday service in rooms 119 (infants) & 120 (pre-K - Kindergarten).
- Children’s Chapel begins at 10:30 a.m.
- Youth Program: structured fellowship at 9:15 a.m.; Education Hour at 12 p.m. in the Youth Room
THE NEXT FAMILY SERVICE IS JULY 7. (NO Family Service in June, due to Church School Recognition.) Please join us at 10:30 a.m. in Page Parish Hall. This service, with Eucharist, is a wonderful opportunity for the whole family to worship together in a relaxed atmosphere. Younger children are welcome to join their parents in the Parish Hall and pray together, sing together, feast together and offer up their thanks and blessings.
JOIN ALTAR GUILD! Summer time is a wonderful time to join the Altar Guild! We need more men and women of any age. Things are a little calmer during the summer months and it is a great time to learn about the pleasures of serving on the Altar Guild. All you need is a willingness to serve, and we will show you what to do. Please contact any member of the Altar Guild or email Vandy Thorpe, at firstname.lastname@example.org for more information. Come be part of preparing the Lord’s supper for the Lord’s people.
WOULD YOU LIKE TO DONATE FLOWERS FOR THE ALTAR? There are open Sundays and if you would like to remember a loved one or give thanks for a special occasion, call the parish office at 372-4721.
STREETSIDE BREAKFAST—Every Sunday morning, hungry and homeless folk are greeted and served a hot breakfast in Page Parish Hall. Volunteers greet, prepare, and serve the food that volunteers have collected throughout the week, as well as on Sunday morning. Pizza from Leonardo’s at Millhopper is served most often. Once a month, eggs furnished by Outreach Commission, are cooked. Bread from Publix is always available for toast, with peanut butter, jelly and cream cheese. Most Sundays, the guests number between 80 and 100; once there were about 200 for eggs! Those who have committed to this outreach ministry are loyal and dedicated. We welcome a few more to join in this ministry – greeting guests, collecting pizza and bread, or preparing and serving food to hungry and grateful people. Volunteers are scheduled about once a month; the schedule for the next quarter will be made soon. Call Dilon Ellis (332-1018) to join in this ministry.
THE PALESTINE OF JESUS - St. George’s Episcopal Cathedral/College, Jerusalem If you are interested in taking the course of pilgrimage to the Holy Land in late September, early October of 2014, please sign your name on the sign-up sheet in the Lillycrop Room. There will be more information to come.