SUNDAY, September 19, 2010
XVII Pentecost ~ Seventeenth Sunday after Pentecost
Eucharist Rite I, 8:00 am, Chapel of St. Bede
Adult Forum, 9:15 (coffee at 9), Undercroft
Eucharist Rite II with music, 10:30 am, Nave
Catechesis of the Good Shepherd (ages 3-6), 10:30 am, Atrium
Church School (ages 7-13), 10:30 am, Old Rectory
Refreshments on the Lower Level after the 10:30 service. Please join us!
AA, 7:30 pm, Old Rectory
SCHEDULE OF EVENTS: September 20 – September 25
MONDAY, September 20
Triad Submissions Due
TUESDAY, September 21
Prayer Group, 11 am, Old Rectory
Bible Group, noon, Old Rectory
Finance Committee Mtg, 7 pm, Old Rectory
AA, 7:30 pm, Undercroft
WEDNESDAY, September 22
Community Dinner, 5:30 pm, Undercroft
THURSDAY, September 23
Choir rehearsal, 7:30 pm, Undercroft
FRIDAY, September 24
Prayer Circle This Week: Mike & Lynn Stahr, Cindy, Nina, Morgan, Michael • Anny Stevens-Gleason • Jeff & Kelly Stokes, Brittany, James • Jane Strippel • Chris & Elizabeth Taylor, Samuel, Will
Altar Flowers are given today by Chris & Linda Church in memory of their parents.
Welcome to Heidi Poppendeck, our new Nursery supervisor!
- ADULT FORUM begins this morning at 9:15 with coffee at 9. Emily Reese, vestry member, choir member, and Miami graduate student, will be speaking about her psychology research. Her topic is “Stigma.”
Next Sunday Mandy Zylstra, Holy Trinity’s Campus Minister with her husband Joel, will be speaking about work stations. Mandy is a graduate student in Kinesiology.
Please join us for these sessions as we begin our Adult Forum year. Invite others, as these forums are open to all.
- Community Dinner will be held at Holy Trinity Wed., Sept. 22 at 5:30 pm in the Undercroft.
- The memorial service for Harold Forshey will be Friday, October 1, at 3 pm in Miami University’s Sesquicentennial Chapel. All are welcome. Reception to follow for visiting with the family.
- The Holy Trinity Relay for Life Team is continuing to raise money for the American Cancer Society. Holy Trinity parishioners are offering rooms in their homes for Parent’s Weekend, October 1-2. If you are a parishioner who is willing to offer a room or a student and know some parents who would like a room in a local home for Parent’s Weekend, please leave a message at the church office: 513-523- 5779 or firstname.lastname@example.org. Rooms are $80 a night; all proceeds go to Relay for Life. For further information, please contact Mary Melvin, 513-523-8752 or email@example.com.
- The Eighth annual State-to-State Half Marathon, 5K Run and Kids’ 1K Run/Walk will be held on Sunday, Sept. 26, 2010. High St will be blocked off from Poplar St going east to Lynn St. Main St will be closed between Park Place and High St. And Contreras Rd will be closed form Lynn St across the state line into Indiana at various times. Motorists will be escorted by police on Contreras after runners and walkers have passed.
In order to accomodate the churches located uptown, the organizers have reserved Lot 52 located on the corner of Church and Main Streets and the parking garage located across from the Elms Hotel, set aside for church attendance.
- Please contact Karen Burnard if you are able and willing to give someone in Oxford a ride to church from time to time. There are a number of people who cannot drive themselves but miss coming to church. Thank you!
- The annual CROP Walk will be held October 2, at 10:30 am beginning at Millett Hall. When you walk, you walk with the world! Once again this year there will be the 10-kilometer walk in Bachelor Estate Woods. You may also choose to follow the NEW “in town course.” Both of the walk options begin in front of Millett and end at the Tailgating area of Millett Hall on the walk into the MU football game. Again this year one quarter of the money raised locally will be donated to the Oxford Choice Pantry. Ending Hunger one Step at a Time is this year’s theme. Over 1 billion people are hungry worldwide. That’s 1 out of every 7 people in the world. Each day almost 16,000 children die from hunger-related causes-one every five seconds. People are hungry in the United States, too. If all 36.2 million Americans faced with food insecurity stood in line at a food pantry in New York, the line would stretch to Los Angeles and back. Twice! Information, signup and pledge forms are all available Sunday morning before and after worship in the Bishop’s Foyer.
Wed, Sept. 22: Community Dinner
Fri, Oct 1: Harold Forshey memorial
Sun, Oct 3: Blessing of the Beasts
Tues, Oct 12: Serve City
Sun, Oct 24: Annual Mtg & Potluck
Wed, Oct 27: Community Dinner
Sunday, Nov 7: Bishop’s Visitation
Tuesday, Nov 9: Serve City
Fri-Sat, Nov 12-13: Diocesan Convention in Cambridge
Sat, Nov 13: Bread not Bombs Dinner