Hello Epiphanites, by the time you read this you should have received a Survey from Fr. Michael and the "Regathering Committee". Please take time to fill out the Survey. The Regathering Committee met last night with a more hopeful tone. They are putting a letter/email together tosend out sometime next week.
Sunday, October 10, 2021 attendance on Zoom 38
You should have received Fr. Michael's Letter as well as your 2022 Pledge Cards. Please fill out your Pledge Card and return to the Church Office as soon as possible. By doing so it will enable the Budget Committee to put together a 2022 Proposed Budget for the Parish Meeting in January.
We talked with Carol Guthrie earlier this week: " Just came from the orthopedic doctor! He said he is doing as well as to be expected and we asked him when all the swelling would go down and he said it would probably take at least 2 years!!!! ". We visited with Jim Curran and Maureen earlier this week. Jim is doing well and enjoying being home with Maureen, Clancy and the other 2 dogs, and getting out on the porch. Please keep ALL in your prayers.
The Daughters of the King enjoyed a wonderful meeting on the Patio at Epiphany last Saturday(Taking temperatures, keeping a temperature log, and social distancing as is all necessary at this time).
Layreaders for this coming Sunday, the 17th, are Rufus and Sandy Arrington.
Happy Birthday to Linda Dyke, 10-16, and LaVerne Broad, 10-17;
Happy Anniversary to Bruce and Stacy McComas, 10-20.
Be a Blessing To Others Stay Safe Carpe every diem,
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