"COME-COME ALL!!" "As you may know, our Dianne and her John are heading to the coast. It makes us so sad to see them leaving the Hill Country but they deserve a retirement with St. Augustine grass! We will be saying our good-byes and wiping our tears at our Second Sunday Lunch on October 9th immediately after the 10:30 service. PLEASE BRING YOUR FAVORITE DISH WITH PLENTY TO SHARE. Give me a call if you have any questions-Carol W. 512-413-5920."
Fr. Michael will be gone this Sunday. Our supply priest will be the Rev. Edward Thompson, Chaplin at St. Stephen's Middle School in Austin.
The Epiphany Women's Bible Study will meet October 11 at 10:00 a.m. in the Library. All women of the church are welcome. Any questions, contact Diane Hays.
This coming Sunday, October 2nd, the Daughters of the King will meet after church in the library.
I understand that Lee and Linda Myers had a "harrowing" experience in Canada this past weekend with hurricane "Friona". So grateful they made it out safely. Their luggage came a day later. Unfortunately, they both have covid now but they are home safely.
Office Hours: The office will be closed Friday 9-30 and Thursday 10-06.
Sunday, September 25th attendance: 26 In Church 7 On Zoom 33 Total
Those scheduled to serve this coming Sunday, October 2nd are: Layreaders..........Sherry Musgrove & Mary Rubio Acolyte................Grady Gonzales Altar Guild...........Carol, Karen, & Linda Ushers.................Cecile Gloier & Susan Wallace VPoD...................Susan Wallace Cof. Hosts............Nancy Heuss & Karen Leitch Flower Given BY...Cranz Nichols in memory of his dad
Happy Anniversary to Abbey Major and Shane Torgenson, 10-01.
Happy Birthday to R. G. Guthrie, 10-01, and Jim Curran, 10-03.
In case you were wondering, Jim and Pat Cauble have decided to maintain their membership at St. Matthews and not join Epiphany.
Be a Blessing to ALL You Meet Stay Safe and Healthy Carpe Every Diem, Rufus Arrington
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.