Welcome to St. Augustine’s.
Sixth Sunday of Easter – May 26, 2019
Printable Announcements: May 26, 2019
8:00AM – SAID ANGLICAN EUCHARIST
10:00AM– our main service of holy communion /w kids activities
|This Week’s Scripture Readings:
Sixth Sunday of Easter – May 26
Acts 16: 9 – 15
Revelation 21: 10, 22–22: 5
John 14: 23 – 29
|Next Week’s Scripture Readings:
Ascension of the Lord – June 2
Acts 1: 1 – 11
Ephesians 1: 15 – 23
Luke 24: 44 – 53
Please remember in your prayers this week: The sick or/in hospital – Linda, Edna, Mike, Nancy Tinkler, Lydia, Ingrid, Jim, Marnee, Angie, Darlene, Mary, Al, Brian Ireland, Justin, Dan, Lise, Connie, Ray.
For those in mourning: Family of Pam
St. A’s Events This Week
- ENCOUNTERS – Sunday morning study group that meets @ 8:30 am in the Lounge downstairs.
- MORNING PRAYERS – Monday to Friday, 08:45 am in the Chapel. Drop in at any time.
- Monday – Lectio Divina on upcoming Sunday Gospel reading.
- Tuesday – Holy Communion
- Wed/Thu/Fri – Simple Anglican Morning Prayer
St. A’s Events Coming up
- SPIRITUAL EXERCISES – A’s. – Tuesday, May 28 – 9am-1130 am includes breakfast. A morning of Enquiry & Invitation – will be conducted by Rev. J. Crane, Rev. D. Ash, and Ms. P. Jameson, all are trained and experienced directors of the Spiritual Exercises. They along with Mrs. S. King who coordinates the network for spiritual directors for the Diocese. Email – [email protected]
- TUESDAY AT BLU’S – Please join us for conversation and fellowship. We usually meet on the first and third Tuesday mornings of the month. Next meeting – Tuesday, June 4, 2019 at 10:00 am.
- BELLES & BEAUS – Tuesday, June 11 – trip to Devonian Gardens Hold this date – More details to come. Thank you.
- BOOK CLUB – Meets the last Tuesday of the month in the Church Lounge at 10:30 am.
- ENNEAGRAM – The enneagram day at St. Michaels has been bumped to June 15th, details to come.
- PARISH SILENT RETREAT at Strawberry Creek– Friday, May 31 to Sunday, June 2. If you are interested and need more information, speak to Pat Jameson.
- NEEDED @ ST. A’S. – Looking for a backup person to help record the sermons and edit the sound files. Training available.
- PICNIC – SUNDAY, JUNE 9th We have been invited to join Grace United Church for their Service at 10:00am, with hot dogs and ice cream to follow. A family baseball game will follow at the Fulton ballpark for anyone interested in playing.
- **Office Notes: A reminder to 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’ mailbox downstairs. There is also a form for cheque requisitions if you have receipts to submit for payment.
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 1-888-236-6283.
- DIOCESAN NEWSPAPER – CONFIRM YOU WISH TO CONTINUE RECEIVING THIS NEWSPAPER BEFORE JUNE 1ST – VIA MAIL OR EMAIL FOR TELEPHONE – details on notice board.
- HABITAT FOR HUMANITY INTERFAITH WORKS PROJECT – MARCH 5 TO JUNE 5. – NEED 600 WORKERS, DONATIONS, OR HELP BY PROVIDING LUNCH FOR WORKERS – See Synod Scene /Notice Board.
- STRAWBERRY TEA & WHITE ELEPHANT SALE – Saturday, June 01 @ St. Luke’s Anglican Church from 10:30am to 2:00pm – cost $7.00. Come and brose our baking table, crafts and white elephant sale.
- 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.
- BASE CAMP 2019 – Junior High camp, July 21–26 @ Sir Winston Churchill Provincial Park at Lac La Biche –Cost $385.00 includes camp fees, bus, food and activities. Apply through Diocese. Financial Assistance available, apply by June 10th.
- 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. Jonathan for more info.
- GRACE UNITED CHURCH – Senior’s Youthful Group – Thursday, June 6 – 8:30am – 1:30pm – Tea & Tour at the Legislature & Federal Building. Bus Transportation provided. Senior’s Week – the Legislature hosts tea service with a guest historian lecturer. Please RSVP by Sunday, March 31 to reserve your spot. Cost: $5.00.
- FULTON PLACE COMMUNITY – BIG BIN EVENT & COMMUNITY GARAGE SALE – SATURDAY, JUNE 15, 9 AM TO 3 PM – See NB.
- FULTON PLACE COMMUNITY – USED BICYCLE SALE – SATURDAY, June 15, – Times not given – Contact [email protected] .
- FULTON PLACE COMMUNITY – GARAGE SALE HELPING TEENS GO TO CAMP – MAY 22 TO 25 – Gold Bar Hall – 4620 – 105 Ave. at 11:00am to 9:00 pm
- NINJA WARRIOR BIRTHDAY PARTIES & TEAM PARTIES – ages 5 years to Adults – see details on notice board.
Sherry Prokopuk is our Parish Representative.
- Some garlic sprouting up!
- A small group of leaders continue to apply for grant funding for the mural.
- GARDEN SWAP – Saturday, May 25 – 9 to Noon @ Fulton Hall.
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 theology.
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