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Weekly Offering Report

Offering Collections 18 November - 24 November, 2019

Plate Collections Budget Variance
Plate $273.99 $163 $110.99
Pledge $3,345 $6,067 ($2,722)
Non-Pledge $530 $256 $274

 

Christmas Music and Poinsettias

Forms are available in the narthex for Christmas Poinsettias and Christmas Music donations to honor or for remembrance to be printed in the Christmas Eve service bulletin. They are due Monday, December 16.

Service Changes

There will only be one service the weekend of December 7-8 due to confirmation and Bishop Cathleen’s visit.  Service will be at 10:30 on Sunday, December 8th with a reception to follow the service.  The regular Sunday hot breakfast WILL be served this weekend, but the doors will not be open until around 9am.

Toiletries Needed

Community Ministries is requesting donations of toiletries throughout December for The Rescue Mission. Items such as toothpaste, toothbrushes, deodor-ant, disposable razors, shampoo, etc., are suggestions. Toiletries for young children through adults are appropriate as there are many families living there. Please be as generous as possible. As always, place your donations in the narthex donation cabinet.
 
Thank you!

Busy Bags

Some of the Children’s Activity Bags are missing. If you mistakenly took one home, please return them to the church.

CHRISTMAS STORE VOLUNTEERS NEEDED AT DOORSTEP


CHRISTMAS STORE VOLUNTEERS NEEDED AT DOORSTEP


Sunday, Dec 8th Move items 1st Naz. 2pm - 5pm
Monday, Dec 9th Sort Donated Items 9am - 4pm
Tuesday, Dec 10th Sort Donated Items 9am - 2pm
Wed, Dec 11th Escort Clients 8am - 8pm
Thurs, Dec 12th Escort Clients 8am - noon
Thurs, Dec 12th Move Items Back 12pm - 3pm

Call Doorstep to Volunteer, 357-5341
Ask for Lorraine, volunteer coordinator

Dinners for 6, 7 or 8

It’s time to sign up for Gatherings for 6, 7 or 8.  The time period is again from January through April. For those participating, you will host once during the 4-month period. We will meet once a month for the 4-month period in small groups, usually in the host’s home, restaurant or other place of the hosts choice. It’s a time for fellowship and fun.

Contact Amy DuPuis, Bev Carlson, or Ethel Edwards if you have questions. The sign-up sheet is on the bulletin board in the Narthex.

Volunteer Opportunity

Dear Friends,

We are seeking volunteers to serve as Welcomers to our church at our 10:30 service.  This is an important position and we need volunteers for the fourth and fifth Sundays of the month. Please contact the office [at] stdavidschurch [dot] com (subject: Greeters) (office )if you are able to assist.

Youth News

Youth Group meets on the 2nd Sunday of every month!  However, due to the Bishop visiting on 8 December, we will be meeting the weekend of Dec 21st-22nd.  We will be visiting Winter Wonderland, come back to the church and have a White Elephant Gift Exchange and then stay the night at the church.


Youth Group will be serving breakfast and providing for Coffee hour on 22 December.

 

News from the diocesan Daughters of the King


The Daughters of the King of the Diocese of Kansas met for its Fall Assembly at St. Stephen’s, Wichita, on Nov.2.

After gathering, the women participated in Holy Eucharist presided over by the Rev. Kitty Shield, followed by a business meeting.

The program, “The DOK Strategic Plan: An Examination of Goal #1, Inspire Spiritual Growth and Development,” was led by Teresa Ryther. Participants discussed spiritual practices and discipline, both individually and as DOK chapters.

The Province Assembly will be take place in Kansas City, Mo., March 27 – 28, 2020. Given its location, all DOK members from the diocese are encouraged to save the date.

The Daughters of the King is an order for women who are communicants of the Episcopal Church, churches in communion with it, or churches in the historic episcopate but not in communion with it. Membership currently includes women in the Anglican, Episcopal, Lutheran (ELCA) and Roman Catholic churches. Those who are members commit to a rule of prayer and a rule of service.

More information about the Daughters of the King is online at https://www.doknational.org/.

Reprinted from the Diocese of Kansas DioLog.  Used with permission.

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