Rev. Elisabeth Sinclair
Feb 10, 2023
In preparation for our upcoming annual meeting on February 19th, at 1:00 p.m., please be sure to read the Vestry candidates' biographies (available in print at church this Sunday and available in past and upcoming special edition Community Weekly emails) and the reports that will be emailed this week so that you may be prepared to vote. If you do not receive the Community Weekly email and wish to do so, please fill out a request on the newcomer card on the table near the sanctuary entrance.
Facemasks continue to be recommended but are no longer required at Christ Church.
Dear Parents – No Sunday school today, but children may play at the craft table – with parent supervision, please. We continue to pray for and actively seek children’s teachers. For a paid coordinator role, please see this Saturday’s Community Weekly email.
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• On Saturday, February 18th, Christ Church will hold its first Quiet Day, from 10.30am-5pm. Quiet Days are designed to give people the opportunity to spend quality time with God, and to reflect on their lives in the light of his Word. This is a wonderful way to get ready for Lent! It will include times of coming together to hear reflections on scripture as well as three 1-hour periods to reflect quietly by yourself. We will also share lunch together. To sign up, or if you simply want to know more, please email: Karen- email@example.com Please sign up before Feb 12, and plan to stay for the whole event.
• Sunday, February 19th, ONE bilingual service at 11:00 a.m. Pancake reception to follow. You’re invited to bring a safely prepared topping to share (sliced fruit, whipped cream, chocolate chips,). Annual Parish meeting at approximately 1:00 p.m.
This is the new list of items that La Casa Hogar Divina Providencia is requesting. Please leave items in the kitchen on or before February 19th. Thank you!
Cordless telephone set "Panasonic"
5 bottles of Esterecide spray
10 Argental ointments (silver sulfadiazine)
2 boxes of Hypafix tape
20 injections of penprocillin of 800 u.
5 transparent patches for wound-dressing
Rubber boots: #22- 1 pair, #23- 3 pairs, #24- 4 pairs, #25- 4 pairs
#26- 1 pair
deep plastic plates
plastic soup spoons
10 large squeegees
20 pairs of #7 rubber gloves