Sunday Bulletin

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Click here for a copy of the bulletin for August 13  >> Sunday bulletin 8-13-17

Announcements

From Fr. John: Next Sunday, representatives of our new tenants downstairs, Neighborhood House, will be joining us for coffee hour and then taking those who are curious on a tour of the remarkable remodeling work that they have been doing for the past several months to get the space prepared to meet their needs. Please come to welcome them and to see all their hard work.

Also, Macy Utley is coordinating Harvest Craft’s Annual Party on the Point Event on Saturday, September 9th at the Utley household in Burien from 6-9 pm. The evening will include a home-made spaghetti dinner, drinks, a silent auction and live music. The goal is to help raise money for projects that empower underprivileged communities in developing countries. Tickets and more information are available at http://www.harvestcraft.org/partyonthepoint.

Dr. Sarah Townsend-Grant, an Orthopedic Clinical Specialist, will be offering a free class at St. Elizabeth on how to avoid falls in connection with the 10th Annual Falls Prevention Awareness Day that will be observed on the first day of fall, September 22nd. In honor of this milestone, the theme of the event will be “10 Years Standing Together to Prevent Falls.” This is one of several events to raise awareness about preventing fall-related injuries among older adults. Details to come in the weeks ahead.

Adult Formation: Our Adult Formation series for August began this morning and will continue next Sunday, August 20th. We’ll meet at 9:00 a.m. in the St. John Room for the second of three classes on the Blessed Virgin Mary, the mother of Jesus. The Orthodox, Roman Catholic, Anglican and Lutheran churches hold Mary in a special place of honor, even as we disagree about many of the details around one of the greatest of all saints. Although she has also been the focus of controversies over the centuries, she may yet prove to be a compelling resource for reconciliation.

 Updated 8/11/2017