Sunday Bulletin

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From Fr. John (11/10/19):

We have launched pledge season for 2020 and your church needs all the help she can get! I trust that St. Elizabeth will be just fine, and your vestry and I are also aware that it will be a tight year. In any case, we will create a budget based on actual pledge amounts, not on our hopes and dreams. (Faith is not the same as naïveté!)

If you did not receive a letter from me last week, it likely means that I don’t have your mailing address. I am happy to hand you a pledge-package letter and would appreciate getting a mailing address from you in return.

We will gather pledge cards over the next few weeks. You can fill out a card and leave it in the collection plate any Sunday. We’ll gather whatever has been turned in by the Fourth Sunday of Advent, on which day we’ll bless the cards with our gratitude to God and then the vestry will begin creating a budget for 2020.

Stay tuned! More information will be coming your way!

Thanksgiving Mass: We will gather at 10:00 a.m. on November 28th for a Thanksgiving Eucharist to express our gratitude to God for our lives and to commit ourselves to sharing God’s gifts with others. (We will not have an Evening Mass or Evening Prayer on the 27th.)

Adult Formation: Next Sunday morning, we will gather for the third and final class on the “Communion of Saints.” You are welcome whether you missed the previous classes or not, and we’ll see that you get a hand-out from all three classes to read at your leisure. We’ll meet in the St. John Room at 9:00. Our next monthly Inquirer’s Gathering will be on Christ the King, November 24th.

Next week’s readings:

  • Isaiah 65:17-25
  • Canticle 9
  • 2 Thessalonians 3:6-13
  • Luke 21:5-19


We are an open-hearted, openminded community where people find healing, friendship, acceptance, and opportunities to discover and give their gifts to the world.