Welcome to St. Augustine’s. Twelfth Sunday after Pentecost – September 8, 2019
This Sunday 8:00AM - SAID ANGLICAN EUCHARIST 10:00AM - OUR MAIN SERVICE OF HOLY COMMUNION Nursery & kid’s program available
This Week’s Scripture Readings: 13th Sunday after Pentecost – Sept.8
Jeremiah 18: 1 - 11
Psalm 139: 1-6, 13 - 18
Philemon 1: 1-21
Luke 14: 25 - 33
Next Week’s Scripture Readings: 14th Sunday after Pentecost –Sept. 15
Jeremiah 4: 11 – 12, 22 – 28
Psalm 14 1
Timothy 1: 12 – 17
Luke 15: 1 – 10
Please remember in your prayers this week: The sick or/in hospital: James, Edna & John Tyler, Larry, Michael, Linda, Don, Lise, Justin, Janice, Lydia.
For those in mourning:
St. A’s EVENTS THIS WEEK ·
ENCOUNTERS – Fall Start up, Sunday, September 8 at 08:30 am. Sunday morning study group are reading the last chapter of “Falling Upwards”.and discussing their Fall program. Thank you. ·
Morning Prayers: Monday to Friday – 08:45 am in the Chapel. Monday – Lectio Divina on upcoming Sunday Gospel reading. Tuesday – Holy Communion Wed/Thu/Fri – Simple Anglican Morning Prayer You are welcome to drop in any days you like. ·
BELLES & BEAUS – Please join us at Blu’s for coffee and ice cream for a planning session on September 10th @ 2:00 pm. Bring your ideas/suggestions for events/visits in the 2019 & 2020 year.
· TUESDAY AT BLU’S - Please join us for conversation and fellowship. We meet on the first and third Tuesday mornings of the month. Next meeting – September 17th at 10:00 am. Everyone welcome – Please join us. ·
BOOK CLUB - Meets the last Tuesday of the month in the Church Lounge at 10:30 am. Please see New Schedule on the Notice Board. ·
PUB NIGHT @ ST. A’S - SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 21 AT 7:00 PM TICKETS $20.00 PP – Includes one drink & one snack. Tickets are available from Joyce, Joe, June G.& other church members. Please buy a ticket or two, bring your family and friends and neighbours, join us for a fun evening. ·
SEASON OF CREATION – SERMON SERIES – See Note in Narthex with dates and topics – All are happening at St. Augustines. Includes special events: Mon. Sep 9 @6:30 pm – Dessert (provided) & Docs. Sat. Sep 21 @ 7:00pm – Pub Night – tickets $20.00 pp – Sun. Oct 6 at 3:30 pm – Blessing of Animals – Please join us. ·
NEEDED @ ST. A’S. – Looking for a backup person to help record the sermons and edit the sound files. Training available. ·
CAPILANO, FULTON PLACE & GOLD BAR COMMUNITY LEAGUES – PRESENT - OUTDOOR MOVIE NIGHT – SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 7TH FROM 8 TO 11 PM AT CAPILANO HALL. Bring your blankets, pillows, lawn chairs and enjoy a family movie under the stars. free event. · **Office Notes: Please book any space you need at the church through the church office so it can be checked against the master calendar. The church office is open Monday mornings from 9:30 to 11:30 and Thursday mornings from 9:00 to 2:00. Any mail for the office? Please drop it in the office mailbox (in the annex), or in the ‘Admin’ file box downstairs. · ANGLICAN AND BEYOND Anglicans are busy across the diocese - see more events on the Diocesan “SYNOD SCENE” at www.edmonton.anglican.org. You can get it by email too! – MORE information on notice board downstairs. · CANADIAN BLOOD SERVICES – “It’s in you to give”. As part of the “Partners for Life Program”, members of the Diocese give blood through the Canadian Blood Services program. In 2019 we aim to donate 100 units by December 31st. (Partner ID ANGL696986). Main clinic – 8249 – 114 Street – or call 1-888-6283. · THE UNIVERSAL CHRIST – Sat. September 07 @ Join The Rev. Sheila Hagan in studying Richard Rohr’s book “The Universal Christ”. 8:30am – 12:30 pm @ St. George’s, 11733 – 87 Avenue. Rev. Sheila will host two Saturday morning retreat days, as well as two Sunday morning studies in order to have time to fully examine the topic. A mid-week evening session could be arranged for those unable to attend the Sunday session. RSVP to firstname.lastname@example.org · KINGS UNIVERSTY – 40TH Anniversary Banquet & Silent Auction – Saturday, September 28th – 5 to 9:30 pm @ King’s University 780 465-8314 for more information – see notice board. · AN INTRODUCTION TO GODLY PLAY – Sat. Sept. 7th 9:30 am to 5:00 pm – Holy Trinity Anglican Church 780 433-5530 - $25.00 for the day – bring a bag lunch – See poster on Notice board. · New Immigrant help required Friday nights for conversation in English and help with Canadian cooking. Mostly East African. Our Jean and Charlotte from the Congo are members. Speak to Rev. Jonathan for more info. · L’ARCHE – HERITAGE DAY – Friday, October 04 @ 7:00 pm at St. Thomas D’Aquin Church, 8410 – 89 Street – Food & Entertainment - Tickets - $15 A, $8 Children 5-10 yes, FREE for Children under 5 yrs. RSVP Mwando 780 465-0618 by Oct 2nd. · HEART OF HOSPITALITY – Saturday, October 26 @ ACCA Centre 3530 – 91 Street – A common Word Christian-Muslim Dialogue, featuring Canon Scott Sharman as Guest Speaker – See details on notice board. · SEPTEMBER COFFEE FUNDRAISER – for medical cards in support of seniors in Burundi. Last year was a great success. We plan to do it again! Sundays, September 22 and 29. Please join us and support this event. Garden Updates: Sherry Prokopuk is our Parish Representative. · Our grant funding has been approved and installation of the mural is underway as of today, September 05. · Come out for Wednesday work nights at 6:30 pm. Good time to ask questions and discuss gardening. · Fall 2019 Garden Swap & Sale- Saturday, September 7th – 9 – noon at Fulton Place Community Centre. · Congratulations! Sunshine Garden has been nominated for the “2019 Bloom Award. through the week at St. a’s. Music Together – Kid’s music program. Most Monday and Thursday mornings at the church. www.musictogethernl.com Sound Opportunity – Wednesday evenings at 7 pm www.sing4me.ca GANG – Grandmothers of Alberta for a New Generation (GANG) works with the Stephen Lewis Foundation to support African grandmothers raising their grandchildren because of AIDS. An awareness, advocacy and fundraising group. Education for Ministry – Thursday nights - a four- year certificate in theol. GEA-Greater Edmonton Alliance - organization of Faith Groups, Unions, Community Action Groups and Small Businesses ‘organizing for the common good’ to give the public a voice in decision making that affects their lives.