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Weekly E-Bulletin, March 28, 2012

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Visitors are always welcome to any of our services and we cordially invite you to join us for coffee downstairs after the 9:00 a.m. and 11:15 a.m. Sunday services.

THIS WEEK

Monday – Noon: Holy Communion service in observance of the Annunciation of the Blessed Virgin Mary

Tuesday – 7:30 p.m.: The Rt. Rev. Julian M. Dobbs, the U.S. Executive Director for the Barnabas Fund, speaks at the invitation of the Evangelism Committee on “The Arab Spring – Its Effects on Christians in the Muslim World and the Growth and Challenges of a Resurgent Islam.” Following the talk, refreshments will be served in the undercroft. If you can bring food, please sign up downstairs.

Wednesday – Noon: Holy Communion and anointing for healing

Thursday -10 a.m. and 7 p.m.: Bible Study; Noon: Holy Communion

Friday – Noon & 7 p.m: Stations of the Cross. The 7 p.m. devotion will be followed by a Lenten supper. If you can provide the supper this Friday, please so indicate on the sign-up sheet downstairs.

Special envelopes are available in the narthex for those who wish to donate funds for Easter flowers. Also, volunteers are needed to assist with Easter flowers at 10 a.m. on Saturday, April 7. If you can help, please speak to Julia Taylor (703-239-2898; uktaylor2@verizon.net).

An Easter Egg Hunt for children 10 & under will be held between services, about 10:30 a.m., on Easter Day. So that we know the approximate number to plan for, please indicate on the list posted on the Sunday School bulletin board if you have children/grandchildren who will be joining the hunt.

An updated parish directory is now available. Parishioners may pick up copies of it in the undercroft – one copy per family, please.

The Faith-Based Work Group of the Re-Entry Council of Alexandria is looking for churches providing services that inmates need to successfully re-enter society. People recently released from incarceration need the basics of clothes, food, jobs, etc., but they also need mentoring to help them find God’s love and a path of good citizenship. If you are interested in visiting or working with the Faith-Based Work Group speak to one of the wardens or priests for contact details.