The Rev. Dorothy Gremillion, visiting priest Sunday, gave a unique sermon based on the lessons of the day. Of special accent was “Jesus, walk with me and Jesus is my GPS.” Sorry if you missed it; it was very thought provoking.
This coming Sunday, May 14th, our visiting priest will be the Rev. Janice Jones from Georgetown. She and her husband Rick live in Georgetown. A native of New England, she has been in Texas for almost 20 years and is a graduate of the Seminary of the Southwest.
Words from the Sr. Warden: “Unfortunately, our poor Parish Hall sustained storm damage during Friday's turbulent weather. The ceilings in the hallway, classrooms and custodial closet were wet. We suspect hail damage to the roof occurred. Insurance company has been contacted. There was water observed on the floor by the East doors across from the office. The door company has been contacted. The doors to the Nave from the Narthex will be soon repaired. The door company was out prior to the storm to look at them. The caulking job done by Cecile and Susan along the wall appears to have held up well. Many thanks for your help on this job ladies. Prayers need to be continued and uplifted for our building. Cranz is checking on a new seal for under the east doors. Deana”
Fr. Michael will return from vacation Sunday, May 21st.
SUNDAY, MAY 7TH, 2023: ATTENDANCE: 46 In Church 5 On Zoom 51 Total
Those scheduled to serve this coming Sunday, May 14th are: Layreaders......Rachel Bryson & Lee Myers Acolyte............Grady Gonzales Altar Guild.....Sue Brunson Ushers.............Maria & J J Gonzales VOPD.............Sherry Musgrove Coffee Hosts...Pat Bass & Sandy Arrington Altar Flowers given by..........Ellen Lee
Next let me apologize to all regarding anniversaries and birthdays----I forgot to mention them in last week’s E-Star. No need to dock my pay for I suffer the embarrassment. Good help is hard to find.
Happy Anniversary to Melinda and Shon Lovelace, 05-13.
Happy Birthday to Cesar Arreaza, 05-08, Jaxon Torgenson, 05-09, Susan Wallace, 05-10, Carol Guthrie and Roy Heuss, 05-12.
I hope you have taken the opportunity to meet Mary and Tom Hart, their granddaughter, Camille Rivera, and grandson, Jeremiah Ortiz from Lampasas. Camille is graduating from LHS this spring and will attend UTSA in the fall. They are becoming regular with their attendance. It is neat to have them as part of Epiphany.
HAPPY MOTHER’S DAY TO ALL OF YOU BEAUTIFUL AND WONDERFUL MOTHERS OUT THERE. THANK YOU FOR ALL YOU HAVE DONE AND DO.
Be a Blessing to ALL You meet Be Safe and Stay Healthy Carpe every Diem Rufus Arrington the “epiphany crier”
Our mission: To be part of God’s family, growing through worship and ministry by sharing Christ’s love with our community and beyond. Our vision: to be a place where people find God’s purpose for their lives and become empowered by the Holy Spirit to make a difference in God’s world.