CHRIST CHURCH WEEKLY NEWS June 10, 2012 CALENDAR Today:
8:00 AM Holy Eucharist 9:30 AM Usher Training/Refresher (New Brick Nave)10:30 AM Holy Eucharist 3:00 PM Voices 21 Concert (New Brick—UL) 3:00 PM MDYPAA (Parish Hall—LL) 6:30 PM Recital/Hunter (New Brick—UL)
The Bread and Wine for this morning’s services are given by April and Robert North in celebration of their 29th wedding anniversary on June 11. Our thanks to the Lipede family for hosting this morning’s Coffee Hour! Next Sunday we begin our summer schedule of offering offer coffee and cool drinks in the Elevator Room and Tower Room following each service. Coffee Hours throughout the summer are in need of hosts. Groups of individuals or families may work together if desired. A sign-up sheet is on the table in the Narthex. Christ Church provides a meal for friends at the ROUTE 1 HOMELESS DAY CENTER on the second Monday of each month. Our next date is tomorrow! Look for the sign-up sheet on the Information Table with menu items and opportunities to help transport the food, serve the meal and cleanup. We will meet in the Parish Hall parking lot at 2:45 PM to do this good work. USHER TRAINING Training for new ushers, and a refresher for experienced ushers, is scheduled today at 9:30 AM. We hope all ushers will attend! From the WOMEN OF CHRIST CHURCH: Springfield Picnic is this Saturday, June 16 from 12:00 to 2:00 PM: We need help with donations of food and drink, setting up (beginning at 10:30 AM), serving and cleaning up. Please look for the sign- up sheet in the Narthex and let us know how you will help.
We have arranged for an evening at Toby’s Dinner Theatre of Columbia to see the musical “Legally Blonde” on Friday, July 20th at 6:00 PM. The price is $44.50/pp. A sign up sheet is in on the Information Table; deadline for signing up and payment is June 20.
From the OUTREACH COMMISSION: The Route One Day Shelter staff and the friends they help are deeply grateful to the Christ Church congregation for its generosity in providing supplies and medicines for the homeless in our community. The Shelter clinic can use donations of low dose aspirin (81 mg.), naproxen sodium (220 mg.), ibuprofen (200 mg.), muscle rub, loratadine, cetirizine HCL, guaifenesin cough syrup CF, guaifenesin cough syrup DM, sinus rinse kits, saline packets for sinus rinse, famotidine (10 mg.), ranitidine HCL , omeprazole, eye rinse & cup, calamine lotion, 1% hydrocortisone cream, bunion pads, foot powder, tolnafate cream, epsom salts, hemorrhoidal wipes, hemorrhoidal suppositories, pregnancy test kits, micronazole for gyn yeast. (Most of these generics are available at the Dollar Store.) The Shelter is also in need of in need of men’s underpants, peanut butter, canned fruit, jelly, mid-calf white tube socks, AAA and D batteries, canned peas and canned meats. Donations may be
left in the designated bin in the Elevator Room. Thank you! CONCERT AT CHRIST CHURCH
Voices 21 presents a concert today at 3:00 PM. The concert is free and open to the public.
RED CROSS DISASTER TRAINING at Christ Church: Saturday, June 23, 9:00am – 4:30pm Learn how YOU CAN HELP, right here at Christ Church, in the event of a community disaster! Our role is to serve as a Bulk Distribution site, under the direction of the American Red Cross. No special skills are required; training and lunch are FREE! PLEASE REGISTER BY FRIDAY, JUNE 15: sign up in Narthex, or call the . NURSERY COORDINATOR AND VOLUNTEERS NEEDED We are looking for additional Nursery Volunteers (age 18 or older) to assist our paid Nursery Staff in caring for our youngest parishioners on Sunday mornings on a rotating schedule. We also need a new Nursery Coordinator to help oversee the Nursery. Please contact the office if you think you might be interested in either of these ministries or if you would like more information! It’s time to be making plans for “HOLY SMOKE” – the Annual Christ Church Texas Bar-B-Que. This year Holy Smoke will be held Saturday, July 21. Mark your calendar! VACATION BIBLE SCHOOL: July 16 – 20 from 9:30 – 12:30
Get ready for exciting wilderness thrills as you head out to beautiful SonRise National Park! As kids
explore SonRise National Park, they’ll learn the most important survival skill of all: they can always depend on Jesus and His promises of true peace, true riches, true power, true love, and true hope! At SonRise National Park, kids will learn to trust Jesus as their all-powerful guide and Savior!
Join us as we explore SonRise National Park each day! Registration are available in your newsletter and on
the Information Table. Campers from preschool – 5th grade are invited to attend. Older students are encouraged to serve as helpers! Adult volunteers are needed! Please contact Jenn if you have any questions or are able to help in any way! RECONVENING OF THE FOYER GROUPS Please join us on Sunday, July 22 at the Rectory from 4:00 to 6:00 PM for appetizers and the reconvening of Foyer Groups for Summer 2012. After an Appetizer Social Period, we will draw names to form the groups. These groups of six to eight individuals will meet throughout the Summer in each other’s homes for a meal and conversation. This is a wonderful way to make new friends, enjoy pleasant conversation and fellowship, and share a meal. While it is great fun to attend the reconvening, it is not required in order to participate in the drawing. Please complete the form below and leave it in the basket marked “Foyer Groups” on the Information Table. If you have any questions please contact Brian or Susan at [email protected]. •••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••
I/We plan to attend the Appetizer Social and will bring a hearty appetizer to share.
I/We will be unable to attend the Appetizer Social but would like to participate in the Foyer Groups for
CALENDAR THIS WEEK Monday:
9:00 AM Christ Church Link (Parish Hall—UL)12:00 PM Women of Christ Church (New Brick Piano Room) 2:45 PM Meal for Rt. 1 Homeless Shelter (Meet at the Parish Hall) 7:30 PM Outreach Commission (Parish Hall Conference Room) 8:00 PM Columbia Conjurors (Parish Hall—LL)
9:00 AM Christ Church Link (Parish Hall—UL) 9:30 AM Parish Nurse (Parish Hall—UL) 2:00 PM Japanese Playgroup (New Brick—LL) 7:00 PM Spiritual Life Commission (New Brick—LL) 7:30 PM Stepping Stones (Parish Hall—LL)
Wednesday: 9:00 AM Christ Church Link (Parish Hall—UL)
10:00 AM Bible Study Class (New Brick Vestry Room) 1:00 PM Pins and Needles (New Brick Elevator Room) 4:00 PM Lumen Christi Rehearsal (New Brick—UL) 8:00 PM AA (Parish Hall—LL) 8:00 PM Al-Anon (Old Brick)
9:00 AM Christ Church Link (Parish Hall—UL) 7:00 PM Recital (Holmes)/NB-UL 7:00 PM Boy Scout Troop 617 (New Brick—LL)
9:00 AM Christ Church Link (Parish Hall—UL) 7:00 PM KnitWits (New Brick Elevator Room) 8:00 PM NA (Parish Hall—LL)
12:00 PM Springfield Picnic (Parish Hall Lawn) 2:00 PM AA (Parish Hall—LL) 8:00 PM NA (Parish Hall—LL)
Next Sunday: Father’s Day; Blood Pressure Screening; Newsletter Articles Are Due
8:00 AM Holy Eucharist10:30 AM Holy Eucharist12:00 PM Soul Shakers (New Brick Piano Room) 4:00 PM Recital (Holmes)/NB-ULPreacher: The Rev. Richard A. GinneverLessons:1 Samuel 15:34—16:13Psalm 202 Corinthians 5:6-17St. Mark 4:26-34
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