St. Luke’s Weekly Newsletter – September 30 (Trinity 18)

Sunday: Christian Ed at 9:00 am and Mass at 10:00 am. See you there!

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Barktoberfest
One of mankind’s first tasks in Genesis was to take care of the animals. We’ll be observing the Feast of Saint Francis, special patron of animals and those who care for them, with a Blessing of the Animals 6 pm Friday, October 5, followed by a hamburger and hot dog cookout. Bring your special friend to get him or her blessed and stay for the celebration! Don’t have a pet? Come and admire the pets that come. As with everything we do, everyone is welcome!

When was the last time you invited someone to come with you to Mass?

Sunday’s Readings

Amos 8.4-12
Psalm 63
I Corinthians 1.4-8

Matthew 22.34-46

Sunday’s Hymns

311 All things bright and beautiful
545 (1st) Hail to the Lord’s Anointed
201 Strengthen for service, Lord
347 (2nd) Alleluia, sing to Jesus!

Sunday’s Announcements

Give to the needy and enjoy the music at the same time!

Admission with donation of coat, non-perishable food items, or $10. Westside Cares and the Westside Community Center present the third annual Coat Fest 2018 Saturday, October 6, 2-5 pm at the Westside Community Center (1628 W. Bijou Avenue.) Free entertainment featuring the big band sounds of The Bill Emery Band and The Stardust Jazz Orchestra!

Mercy’s Gate, a ministry to the working poor in Colorado Springs, is running low on supplies for their food pantry. The following are a list of items needed to bring food stock up to desired levels. Food Items: Powdered or Canned Milk, Fresh items (produce, milk, butter, cheese), Jelly, Coffee, Cold Cereal, Cake, Brownie or Cookies mixes. Non Food Items: Shampoo, Conditioner, Deodorant, Toothbrushes, Toothpaste, Empty Dozen Egg cartons cut in half (for ½ Dozen portions) — please place your donations in the basket in the narthex.

Prayer List

Of your Christian charity, your prayers are asked for Kathleen, Melissa, Elizabeth, Madelynne, Polly, Kate, Ethan, Nathan; and for all service men and women everywhere, especially Geoff, Brandon, Jake, and Michael, for their protection and safe return, and for the peaceful repose of the souls of Bob and Mike.

Hymnals Still Needed

We began a campaign a few months ago to purchase some new hymnals for our worship, as many of the ones we use are showing the signs of much love, just like the velveteen rabbit! They cost $29 each, but of course donations in any amount are welcome, just put "Hymnal" on the memo line of your check. Hymnals can be given as a memorial, too, please see Fr. Richard for details.

This Week’s List from the Intercommunion Cycle of Prayer
Beaufort Chapel, Beaufort, SC The Ven. Jeremy Bocadello, Rector
St. Timothy’s Church, Charleston, SC
The Rev. Canon Frederick Bentley, Vicar
Cathedral Church of the Epiphany, Columbia, SC
The Rt. Rev. Paul C. Hewett, SSC, Rector
St Theodore’s Chapel, Columbia, SC
The Rev. Paul Sterne, SSC, Chaplain
Church of Our Savior, Florence, SC
The Rev. Mr. Peter Towle, Stated Supply
Holy Trinity Church, Greenville, SC
The Rev. Lawrence Holcomb, Rector
Reminder, this list comes from the missions and parishes of the "G-4" church jurisdictions in full intercommunion, sacramentally one Church, working toward full unity
The Anglican Catholic Church,

The Most Rev. Mark Haverland, Abp.

The Anglican Province of America,

The Most Rev. Walter Grundorf. PB.

The Anglican Church in America,

The Most Rev. Brian Marsh, HoB Pres.

The Diocese of the Holy Cross.

The Rt. Rev. Paul Hewitt SSC, Bp.

News from Around the Church

Carolina parishes report flooding and property damage in the aftermath of Hurricane Florence. Click here for the full story, courtesy of The Trinitarian newspaper.

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