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Weekly Bulletin – September 5, 2010

September 3, 2010

Weekly schedule

Sunday,         Sept. 5, 2010 15th Sunday after Pentecost *
10:00 AM Divine Liturgy              for parish
following liturgy Fellowship in St. Mary’s Hall
Monday,         Sept. 6, 2010 Labor Day – civil holiday
Praise God during your Labor Day activities!
Tuesday,        Sept. 7, 2010
5:30 PM Vigil Divine Liturgy
Wed.,              Sept. 8, 2010 Birth of the Theotokos
9:30 AM Divine Liturgy
7:00 PM Ancient Healing Service
Thursday,     Sept. 9, 2010 Synaxis of Joachim and Anna
7:30 AM Office of the 1st Hour
8:15 AM – 5 PM Baking in St. Mary’s Hall
5:30 PM Divine Liturgy +Elizabeth Prevenok
Friday,          Sept. 10, 2010
7:30 AM Office of the 1st Hour
5:30 PM Divine Liturgy         +John Pitoma
Saturday,     Sept. 11, 2010
8:00 AM – 4:00 PM Parish Work Day – lunch will be served
8:00 AM – 12:00 PM Evangelize at Binford & Carmel Farmers Markets
4:00 PM Vigil Divine Liturgy
Sunday,       Sept. 12, 2010 Sunday before the Exaltation of the Cross *
10:00 AM Divine Liturgy              for parish
following liturgy Fellowship in St. Mary’s Hall

* denotes obligation to attend liturgy that day

Announcements

2nd Collection

Bishop John Kudrick has requested that we have a collection for those who’ve been afflicted by the natural disaster in Pakistan. Thank you for those who shared their bounty last week. Please be generous this week.

Birth of the Theotokos

When we celebrate the birth of the Theotokos, the Virgin Mary, the Mother of Our Lord and God, we also celebrate her parents, Joachim and Anna. We are grateful to Mary for being so ready to do God’s will. We are grateful to her parents, who raised her to be faithful and obedient to God. Her birth, like her life and death is directed to our Lord Jesus Christ. She said, “Yes” to give birth to our Savior Jesus Christ. Will we give birth to God the Word in our hearts, minds and souls?

Are You Interested?

Fr. Sid wants to know who is willing to be an Epistle Chanter, a member of a new Benedictine Oblate Group, or would like to attend a Life in the Spirit seminar at our parish. Talk to Fr. Sid or John D.

Saturday’s Work Day

The St. Athanasius Maintenance Department invites all Knights of Columbus members and able-bodied members of the parish to the September 11 Service Day, from 8 am to 4 pm.  Service to our community is a fitting memorial to those lost in defense of our country. We are going to push for closing out a number of outdoor maintenance activities on the Church, Hall, Rectory and Garage.  Bring your old clothes, gloves, a hat, and a friend. A recent visitor to our parish from Muncie, Indiana is planning to attend. Come and work side-by-side with our gracious visitor.

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