E-Bulletin for Advent I (November 29, 2015)

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Welcome to the Church of St. Andrew
and St. Margaret! If you are visiting today, please join us for coffee downstairs after the service.


Tuesday at Noon – Holy Communion.
Tuesday at 7:30 p.m. – Diaconate Training Studies.
Wednesday at Noon – Holy Communion and Anointing for Healing.
Wednesday at 10:30 a.m. – Bible Study.

Sunday School, Grades 1 through 6, at 10:30. Please see Jane Taylor.

Salvation Army Food Bank: Collection is Sunday, December 20th. Cereal needed.

Next Vestry Meeting: Monday, December 14, at 7:30 p.m., in the undercroft.

Poinsettias for Christmas Display: Please use the detailed form located on the Narthex table if you wish to give poinsettias for our display (in Memory of, or in Thanksgiving for). Please do so by Sunday, December 20th.

St. Andrew’s Day will be celebrated tomorrow, November 30, at 7:30 p.m. with the Kirkin of the Tartans, Bagpiper, Scottish Fiddling and, as usual, a reception following service. If you would like to bring something for the reception, please sign up. The Sign-Up Sheet with suggestions is on the Bulletin Board in the undercroft.

Dec. 9 Civil War Lecture: “The Historical Impact of Military Chaplains in Shaping the Ethical Climate.” The Rev. John Weatherly will explore the roles of armed forces chaplains before, during and after the Civil War, including the foundation of the Chaplain Corps. 7:30 p.m. in the undercroft.

The next Men’s Bible Study will be on Saturday, December 19 at 8:30 a.m. in the undercroft under the cuisine direction of Chef Boy-ar-Crump and the spiritual direction of Fr. John, with Bob Boyd directing us in discussion.
Please note: No church parking is allowed in the parking spaces behind the apartment building next door. Please comply. Thank you!
Animal Allies urgently needs Kitten food and bedding – please take your gifts downstairs.


Please pray for the intentions of those here present and for those suffering physical, mental or spiritual illness or distress. Liz McCrea; Nancy Lewis; Paul Grisetti; Mirta Mullis; Cecelia Gyimah; Carol Stanton; Richard Heintze; Cherry Carnell; Mary Cox and family; Cheri Stanton; John Finerty; Ginger Rhodes; Lucia Abell; Paul Mullis; Bill McCausland; Martha Harris; Jay Gould; Leslie Cahoon; Ron Melara; Lori Krist; Alex Schultis; Connie Williams; Tom Hartnett; Jen and David Narkevicius; Shelley Galbraith; Melissa Spicer; Justin Woldeck; Shawn Lenhart; the Ridley Family; Ben Browning; Susan and Douglas Smith; Kathleen Hines; Nicholas Aldredge; Connie Grisetti; Alan D’Agostino; the Coleman Clement family; the Col. Joubert S. McCrea, Jr. family; Catherine Merlo; and Diana Peyton.

The Altar Flowers are given to the Glory of God
and in loving memory of her Grandmother Anastasia
and her Father, George M. Dimitrov,
by Anastasia Moser.