Saint Anne’s Announcements for the Week of February 1, 2019
This Sunday, February 3, 2019 Fourth Sunday After Epiphany
8:30 am and 11:00 am
Celebrant and Preacher (8:30) – The Rev. Ginny Wilder
Guest Preacher (11:00)- Dr.Amber Baker, Freedom School
Lessons for this Sunday
Click here for full readings on the Lectionary Page
• Jeremiah 1:4-10
• 1 Corinthians 13:1-13
• Luke 4:21-30
• Psalm 71:1-6
Pastoral Care for February
Max McIntosh 336-893-7767
Chris Payden- Travers 434-664-3497
Carolyn Myracle 336-945-3803
This Sunday, February 3rd is AGAPE SUNDAY, a time for sharing fellowship with one another. The Bread and Blessings Committee asks that you participate in this coffee hour with your presence and by bringing finger foods to share with one another.
A BIG THANK YOU! The Bread and Blessings Committee would like to thank Lori Hill,Carol Strom, Bob and Barbara Campbell, Dale and Gerry Link, Joce James, Marie Linton, Donna Williams, Linda Winikoff, Carol Dawson, Drew Cleland, Martha Murphy, Becky Sigrist, Emily Wilson, Roddy Roberts, Beverly Gosnell and Sharon and Darryl Hammill for their contributions of food for the Baptismal Reception on Sunday, January 27th. It was a joyous occasion!
Let’s Get Started. Please meet on Sunday, February 3 after either 8:30 or 11:00 service to gather ideas for classes, topics, and activities for this newly formed group.
Questions: Barbara Campbell email@example.com Cell: (336) 413-6116 or Judie Holcomb-Pack firstname.lastname@example.org Cell: (336) 971-1004.
An invitation to visit Jean Hauser
St. Anne’s parishioner Jean Hauser who now lives in Mocksville has invited members of the congregation to visit The Episcopal Church of the Ascension at Fork in Advance and surrounding sites of interest. The date will be determined at the convenience of those participating. If you would like to join the pastoral care committee for that outing, please speak to me at coffee hour or contact me by email at: email@example.com. Chris Payden-Travers
Back door entrance door (on Oakland Dr.) is finally repaired. If you are the last person in the church, PLEASE remember to check to make sure all doors are locked.
Dinner Groups are starting again.
Please consider being a part of a group of St. Anne’s parishioners who get together once a month to share a meal, build community, and grow in our faith and knowledge of God. The groups usually include 7-8 people, hosted by members of the group. Each person or couple brings a dish to share for dinner and the groups decide which night they would like to gather. Dinner groups are an excellent way to get to know other parishioners and form friendships beyond the walls of the church. If you would like to participate, a signup sheet will be in the Parish Hall by the Vestry Bulletin Board . Any questions, please contact Beverly Gosnell at 336—760-3621 or by e:mail to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Opportunities Here and Around Town from the Outreach Committee
Interfaith Winston-Salem: Journey Talk
Sunday, February 3, 8:00-9:45 AM
Golden Corral Restaurant in the Hanes Mall Shopping Center, 180 Hanes Mall Circle
Bob Richardson will share his story with us in February. Bob’s first and longest lasting lesson in theology came from the comedian and social activist Dick Gregory, whom Bob heard lecture in 1977. Brother Greg reminded his audience that “Y’all got a big job”, and Bob has spent the intervening 40 plus years trying to unpack just what the admonition entails. That journey of discovery led him through the throes of drug addiction and alcoholism to the victory of a degree in Bible and Theology and Pastoral Ministries from Multnomah University in Portland, Oregon, to an invaluable stint as a chaplain at the Portland Rescue Mission, then onto his current gig as a Methodist minister.
No reservations are required. Breakfast is $10.00. For more information contact email@example.com (mailto:firstname.lastname@example.org)
NC Poor People’s Campaign
Wednesday February 6th at 3:30PM in Raleigh
Join the North Carolina Poor People’s Campaign as we return to Raleigh on . The 2019 legislative session opened on Tuesday, so we will hold a Press Conference on Halifax Mall (behind the General Assembly) that day to declare our demands for enacting just laws to end the ways that our government keeps people in poverty and yet spends billions on making wars, keeps people from their full rights as voters, keeps people from accessing the health care that is our right, fails to provide for our children the education our NC Constitution promises them, and fails to protect our environment so that our water, our air and our soil are clean.
Following the press conference, we will take letters with our demands to the leaders of the General Assembly and key committee chairs. They must know what the NC Poor People’s Campaign expects from them:
· raise the minimum wage to a Living Wage,
· expand Medicaid,
· end partisan gerrymandering,
· end racist mass incarceration,
· stop spending millions on military equipment for law enforcement,
· provide a full and equal education to all our children,
· protect us from the poisons of pipelines, coal ash ponds, wood pellet factories, and corporate livestock farms that pollute the air and water of their neighbors.
Join us on this important day, February 06th 3:30pm on Halifax Mall in Raleigh as we educate our legislators on their duties! RSVP here
Feb. 8 & 9, Friday and Saturday 7:00PM
Unbroken Circle Fundraiser for The Shalom Project
Byrum Welcome Center WFU
Feb. 8, Friday 8:00PM
Union: A Musical Union will be presented at Stevens Center.
In the spring of 1968, the sanitation workers of Memphis, Tennessee, went on strike. This strike, occasioned both by the tragic deaths of two of their fellow workers, Echol Cole and Robert Walker, and the desperate need for humane working conditions, began merely as a local matter. And yet, in ways that few could have foreseen, it became a defining moment in the ongoing American struggle toward a more perfect union.
HKonJ People’s Assembly
Saturday, February 9, 10 a.m.
Fayetteville Street, Raleigh
Join The Outreach Committee of St. Anne’s Episcopal Church, the North Carolina Council of Churches and the NC NAACP for the annual Historic Thousands on Jones Street (HKonJ) Moral March on Raleigh. The Historic Thousands on Jones Street People’s Assembly Coalition is made up of more than 125 North Carolina NAACP branches, youth councils, and college chapters from across the state and members of over 200 other social justice organizations. Click here to register and access more information on parking, rides, and media passes. If you want to carpool with Jack Payden-Travers call 336-842-3058.
Don’t forget to drop off canned tuna, chicken, and fruit cups into the basket in the connector for our friends at Friends Food Pantry. Thanks for supporting this local ministry and the many folks served by it.
ST. ANNE’S BOOK GROUP
St. Anne’s Book Group will meet on the 2nd Tuesday of the month at 6:00 pm with the location TBD.
The books for the next three months are as follows:
• Feb. 12–“The Hour of Land” Terry Tempest Williams
• March 12– “The Atomic City Girls” Janet Beard
• April 9– “Educated: A Memoir” Tara Westover
All are welcome. For additional information contact Karin Hileman email@example.com
WEEKLY EVENTS AND MEETINGS
2/3/2019 7:00 PM Shape Note Singers
2/5/2019 10:00 AM Tai Chi
2/7/2019 6:00 PM Tai Chi
2/8/2019 10:30 AM Fuzzy Friends Pet Food Pantry
2/9/2019 10:00 AM Children’s Alliance Network
January 25, 2019