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Hazard area!

We have had a light not only burn out by our tower, but the glass cover for the fixture has also shattered.  This has resulted in a hole at the SW foot of the tower at the west parking lot entrance.  You will notice the area blocked and taped off to mark the hazard area.  Please be mindful of this - both to prevent possible tripping, but also to avoid any shattered tempered glass fragments!

15 DECEMBER UPDATE:  The manufacturer of the broken light is no longer in business, and the company that bought them discontinued this model.  Replacement parts are no longer available.  Our electrician has removed the broken unit and will replace it.  Until then, please continue to be careful in this area!  We anticipate this will be done prior to Christmas Eve services.

 

Christmas Message from Presiding Bishop Michael Curry

Christmas Message from Presiding Bishop Michael Curry

REMINDERS

Year-End Reminder:  The financial books for 2017 will be closed on December 31, 2017. As per federal regulations, any contributions intended for 2017 must be received (or postmarked) on or before 12/31/17 in order to be credited in 2017.


Last call for offering envelopes:  Please let the office know by Monday, Dec. 11, if you’d like envelopes for 2018. Offering envelopes are not required if paying with a check, but are a courtesy for our members who still like to use them.

Christmas Services

We are offering the following Christmas Services this year:

Sunday, 24 December at 5:00pm, Holy Eucharist (Family Service)
Sunday, 24 December at 10:00pm, Holy Eucharist (Late Service)
(Christmas carols will be started 30 minutes prior to service starting)

Monday, 25 December at 10:00am, Morning Prayer

Note:  There will be no 5pm service on Saturday, 23 December and no 8am service on Sunday, 24 December.

 

Youth News

 

  • We will be helping serve lunch at Let's Help on Wednesday, December 27. Meet Stacie at Let’s Help at 10:30 a.m. We need about 10-12 people to help, but can make it work with six. Please let Stacie know if you plan to attend.
  • A lock-in is planned on Saturday, December 30th at St. David's.  It will start at 6pm with pizza, games, and a pre-New Year's Eve countdown.  Our friends at Grace are also invited to attend.

Are you getting our emails??

Have you been receiving our weekly “This Week at St. David’s” email?  Some people are having trouble finding our emails in their inbox (especially those with Gmail). Gmail puts our emails in your “promotions” tab...please check there and you should be able to find it! As always, let the office know of any problems you might be having so we can help you.

Staffing Change


At the end of the year, our office administrator, Jacquie Lightcap, will be leaving St. David’s for a new job with the League of Women Voters of Kansas.  While we will miss Jacquie’s wonderful organizational abilities and people skills, we wish her all the best in her new position. If you come into the office, please take the opportunity to thank Jacquie for all she has done for St. David’s.

Needed: Personal Hygiene Products

During December the collection items are personal hygiene products for the women and men at The Topeka Rescue Mission.  A few suggestions include:  toothbrushes, toothpaste, bar soap, razors, shaving cream, deodorant, shampoo, sanitary napkins/tampons, body lotion, shampoo, etc.  To stretch your dollars, consider shopping sales items and buying at discount and dollar stores. It’s so important for people to have these simple necessities.  Please be as generous as possible. Many thanks in advance!

Notice something new in the Nave?


Earlier this year, the vestry established a Sacred Arts committee for St. David’s. This committee is charged with the ministry of evaluating and advancing the use of art, decoration, etc. at St. David’s. Committee members include Eva Brown, Linda Stanfill, Allison Malmstrom,  Amy DuPuis, Susan Byler, and Mother Vicki. Ultimately, they will be looking at and making recommendations about stained glass, but their first task is defined as “warming up the sanctuary.”  The beautiful new Advent banners and candles are a result of their work. The banners are a memorial gift in honor of LeRoy and Nancy Flickinger. Committee members have also contributed financially to make this new Advent look possible.

 

Greening the Church

Please join in the Greening of the Church on Sunday, December 17 after the 10:30 service. The Junior Daughters will provide Christmas cookies and hot chocolate and coffee for all! Donations will also be accepted for their Trip to Triennial this summer.

 

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