Saint Anne’s Announcements for the Week of
June 14, 2019
June 16, 2019
Celebrant/Preacher The Rev. Chris Payden-Travers
Lessons for this Sunday
Pastoral Care for June Chris Payden-Travers 336-842-3058
Casserole Brigade Carolyn Myracle 336-945-3803
THIS WEEK’S VIDEO TOP FIVE FROM REV. GINNY
An acceptance that death is the natural and sacred end of life has emerged among the baby boom generation that insisted on natural childbirth. Over the past almost 30 years, a movement has arisen to empower individuals to return death care to the family and community. Home care of the body, a home vigil or funeral, not being embalmed, and ‘green’ burial are options that require legal and practical before-death preparation. A number of groups have formed to support natural death care, such as this one in Greensboro https://vimeo.com/220346382, and traditional funeral homes have begun to provide options and services for people in the natural death care movement.
I am interested in partnering with others to foster and support natural death care in Winston-Salem. If you are interested or have questions, contact me (Sarah Putnam ) at firstname.lastname@example.org
Education for Ministry (EfM is a small group program administered by the University of the South (Sewanee). Through study, prayer and reflection EfM helps participants move toward a new understanding of the fullness of God’s kingdom as they better apprehend the connections between their faith and their lives. EfM is a four-year program that participants commit to one year at a time.
I am trying to find enough participants (six) to form a new evening EfM class starting at St. Anne’s in mid-September. Please join me on June 30 to learn more about EfM and ask any questions you have about the program. There will also be other informational sessions about EfM in July and August as we work to form a class. Experienced EfM participants are also invited to join us to provide their perspectives on the class to prospective members.
I have been a mentor/EfM class administrator for 20 years. Contact information: email@example.com, 336-996-1614 (home), 336-624-6453 (cell).
St. Anne’s BOOK GROUP will be taking a break over the summer. The next meeting will be on Tuesday, September 10th at 6:00 pm with the location to be determined. We will be discussing “Where the Crawdads Sing” by Delia Owens. If you would like more information, please contact Karin Hileman.
St. Anne’s Team Irene is registered for the 2019 National MS Society’s Tour to Tanglewood, happening on September 28th and 29th. The Tour to Tanglewood is a cycling event that aims
to change the world for people living with MS, one mile at a time. Funds raised support research and services for people living with the disease.
This is year 16th for the team, led again by Captain Stuart Winikoff. The team currently has 3 riders and welcomes more. Riders pay a registration fee and commit to a $300 fund raising minimum. Team Irene has already received $2,600 in team donations which will be split evenly between team members.
If you have an questions please talk to Stuart Winikoff or Irene Burton.
Opportunities Here and Around Town
from the Outreach Committee
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.
Weekly Calendar for St. Anne’s