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Doorstep for June


During the month of June, donations to Doorstep are powdered and canned milk. Remember, children are out of school during the summer months, so there is a greater need for these items. Any non-perishable food items are appreciated. It is difficult to get as many donations in the summer months, so please keep Doorstep in mind when doing your grocery shopping.

Trip to England


Two people from Grace Cathedral have organized a trip to England this September. One of the organizers, Janet Nelson, is a retired travel agent who has organized and led many tours for years. This tour includes four days in London, and visits to Canterbury Cathedral, the Cotswolds, the ancient Roman Baths, Glastonbury Abbey, Stratford upon Avon, and Stonehenge. The trip is open to anyone. For more information and a full itinerary, jnelson01 [at] cox [dot] net (e-mail Janet )at  call her at 785-640-8676

BKSM Summer 2019 Classes

The summer session at Bishop Kemper School for Ministry is designed to provide continuing education opportunities for ordained clergy, current seminarians and lay students. These one-day offerings are  not part of the regular schedule of courses, and they vary from year to year.

  • The Ministry of Money: Church Fundraising Methods and Resources.  Saturday, June 15. The Very Rev. David Hodges and the Rev. Canon Shay Craig
  • Exploring Asian Religions. Saturday, June 29. The Rev. Dr. Sean Kim (‘18)
  • From Mourning to Morning: The Difference is "U." Saturday, July 20. The Rev. Tom Baker
  • Engaging in Meaningful Conversation Amid Differences. Saturday, July 27. The Rev. Art Rathbun
  • Success after Seminary. Aug. 10. Instructors from the Episcopal Church Foundation

Unless otherwise noted, the cost for summer courses is $100 to audit or $180 if taken for credit. 

Learn more and register for classes online at http://www.bishopkemperschool.org/summer-school-2019.html.

Reprinted from the Diocese of Kansas DioLog.

St. David's Library

Have you ever checked out a book from the St. David’s Library??  If not, why not give it a try? We have a great selection of books (more than 2,150 titles!) so come in and browse. You can also access the online catalog on our website or stop by the office during office hours.  All checkouts are done in the office.

Hospital Visits

 

If you or a loved on are admitted to the hospital for care, please call the church office and let us know (or leave a message if no one is available).  This is the only way we get this information.  Thanks!

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.

Did you know?????

The Episcopal Diocese of Kansas has a biweekly enewsletter, DioLog, and a quarterly news magazine, The Harvest, that you can access on their website at: http:// www.episcopal-ks.org/news/. Both publications contain information about upcoming events, stories about various outreach ministries, and interviews with parishioners. It’s a great way to get a big picture view of the work that goes on throughout our state and feel part of this inspiring network of churches!


 

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