Thursday, November 1, 2018

Announcements, Calendar and Intercessions

Weekly Service Schedule
8:00 AM: Holy Eucharist Rite I and coffee hour
10:15 AM: Holy Eucharist Rite II and coffee hour
12:05 Eucharist & Healing Service. Light lunch follows. Bible Study 1:30 PM
Saint John’s Church Office hours are Monday-Thursday, 9 AM-1 PM; 2 PM-4 PM

Weekly Events
Mondays, Troop 4 Boy Scouts, 6:30-8 pm
Thursday Farmers’ & Flea Market 7 AM to 4 PM
Spanish AA, 7 pm, Tuesdays, Thursdays, Saturdays

Sunday November 4 Festival of All Saints with Holy Baptism. Daylight Savings Time ends
8:00 AM: Holy Eucharist Rite I
10:15 AM: Rite II Eucharist with music and Saint John’s Festival Choir
Sunday, November 4, 12:30, Penny Social, in the Guild Room
Monday, November 5, 6:30 PM, Executive Committee meeting,
Wednesday, November 7, 12:05 PM Healing Eucharist, Light Lunch follows, 1:30 PM Bible Study
Thursday, November 8, 7 AM to 4 PM, Farmers’ & Flea Market
Friday & Saturday November 9 & 10, Diocesan Convention in White Plains

Sunday November 11 25 Pentecost (Proper 27)
8:00 AM: Holy Eucharist Rite I; 10:15 AM: Rite II Eucharist with music
Monday, November 12, Veteran’s Day Holiday. Church office is closed
Wednesday, November 14, 12:05 PM Healing Eucharist, Light Lunch follows, 1:30 PM Bible Study
Wednesday, November 14, 6:30 PM, Vestry, Guild Room
Thursday, November 15, 7 AM to 4 PM, Last Farmer’s Farmers’ & Flea Market
Saturday, November 17, 9:30 AM Order of Urban Missioners, Guild Room. 12:30 PM Service of Holy Eucharist, Lady Chapel

Sunday November 18 26 Pentecost (Proper 28)
8:00 AM: Holy Eucharist Rite I; 10:15 AM: Rite II Eucharist with music
No Wednesday Eucharist/Healing service or Bible Study
Thursday, November 22 Happy Thanksgiving. Gobble, Gobble!
Church office will be closed Thursday and Friday

Sunday November 25 Last Sunday of Pentecost
The Rev. Canon Claudia Wilson, preacher
8:00 AM: Holy Eucharist Rite I; 10:15 AM: Rite II Eucharist with music
Wednesday, November 28 12:05 PM Healing Eucharist, Light Lunch follows, 1:30 PM Bible Study
Thursday, November 29, 6:30 PM, Eucharistic Ministers, Church Office

The flowers this morning are offered to the Glory of God and in memory of the Johnson, Mead and Tatham Families by Vera Johnson.

Volunteers needed! We are looking to grow our Service Minister roster. Would you be willing to serve as a greeter? Usually you are asked to come 15-minutes early to greet people, give out bulletins and welcome them by answering any questions. Greeters also bring the elements to the Altar for the Holy Eucharist and take the collection. Usually you would serve every few weeks. Please speak to Mother Vicki if you have any questions or would like to serve.

If you would like to receive our weekly email blast please email your name and address to parish@yonkerschurch.org.

Would you like to host Coffee Hour? This involves choosing a date and bringing refreshments. Please sign up at the sign up table outside the Guild Room. We have a team each week that can assist you with the details. 

November Birthdays: Mary Owens, 5-Nov;  Leah Henderson, 6-Nov; Linda Brown, 7-Nov, Karen Heidgerd, 8-Nov, Joshua Maldonado 9-Nov,  Gabriel Swift, 9-Nov; Mary Owens, 11-Nov; Zenobia Beckley, 11 Nov; Leila Cole, 12-Nov

We thank you, Lord, for all the blessings of this life, especially the baptism of Rylee Janiyah Alberga and for the marriage of Christianna Piwinski (Angie’s daughter) and Paulo Varrenti.

We pray for and give thanks to God for our 325th Anniversary as a parish, for this neighborhood of Getty Square, for all who live and work here, for all who come here for goods and services, for those who are homeless and hungry, for the Sharing Community, Salvation Army, YWCA and the YMCA, the Yonkers Fire and Police Departments, and all who work to help others. We pray for healing for those who struggle with addictions, and physical and mental disabilities. Please bless our vision with compassion and love, so that this Congregation may be the hands and feet of Christ in Getty Square. Amen.

Prayer of Lament O God, you made us in your own image and redeemed us through Jesus your Son: Look with compassion on the whole human family and especially in this Episcopal Diocese of New York as we lament our past complicity in slavery, racism, and the unfair treatment of all peoples; take away the arrogance and hatred which infect our hearts; break down the walls that separate us; unite us in bonds of love; and work through our struggle and confusion to accomplish your purposes on earth; that, in your good time, all nations and races may serve you in harmony around your heavenly throne; through Jesus Christ our Lord. Amen.

We hold in our prayers: Helene Wright, Ruby Dixon, Joan Smith, David Kesslinger, Carol Shoemaker, William Sheridan, Neil Parkey Emmanuel Baptiste, Sr. Carolyn Darr, Elyse Gierlich, Denise Edwards, Phyllis Jackson, Kevin Kidd, Tom Cacavio, Stephen Kubasek, The Rev. Leonard Klein, Laurie and Kyle Stewart, Mary Kowalski, Ival Debride, Anthony Muranelli, Harriette Forster, Eve Shepard, Cecile Davis, Beverly Anthonyson, Corey Belinski, Bernice Walder, Sal Bah, Antoinette Forster, Hope Mackey, Mamazane Xulu, Fatima Mishk, Kimberly DeShon, Shelley Henderson, Naomi Henderson, Aida Carino, Liliana Moschetta, Tom O’Connor, Monica Harmon, Beverly Sims, Ralph Tremonte, and The Rev. Canon Claudia Wilson. We pray for Anthony Johnson as he continues his diaconal discernment, for immigrant families who have been separated as they cross over into the US, for tighter gun control, for those in war-torn countries, for those impacted by volcanoes, Hurricane Michael, wild fires and flooding throughout the world, and for our President, our country, our first responders, all refugees and immigrants especially the children, and our military.

We pray for those who have diedfor the Johnson, Mead and Tatham Families in whose memory today’s altar flowers are given by Vera Johnson,Joan Andrews, Angelo Martinelli, Eugene Peterson, Peter Higgins, Ken McKait, Linda Baldanzi, and Michael Block, for those who were killed in Pittsburgh Synagogue shooting, for all those the world over who have died from war, terrorism, and natural disasters, and we lament those who have died over the centuries due to slavery, lynching, racism and the unequal and unjust treatment of peoples in this country.

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