This Week at Epiphany - July 28
Bible Study is offered on Wednesdays at 1 p.m. following the mid-day service at 12:15 p.m. NOTE: There will be no Noon Eucharist or Bible Study for the month of July.
The Forward Day by Day quarterly booklet for Aug/Sep/Oct are out. The publication, owned by the Episcopal Church, is a pocketsize booklet of daily Bible readings and devotions. The booklets are located in the Gallery tract rack for $1 a copy.
DEAM Basket: While January and June are our “turns” for stocking the pantry, the basket is out year-round to accept your donations of cereal, tea, mac & cheese, sm pkgs corn muffin mix, 1 qt pkgs dry milk, jello, 1 lb pkgs dry beans, spaghetti sauce, bar soap and toilet paper.
This Sunday - August 3
The Altar Flowers & Sanctuary Light dedicatory offerings can be given as a memorial, thanksgiving or on a special occasion. There are open dates in August for offerings. The Flower & Altar Guilds rely on these gifts to fund their ministries. Gifts can be made online right here, or contact the parish office (404.373.8338).
Summer Breakfast: Please join us for a breakfast sponsored by the Epiphany Choir today in between the morning services. The next date taken for Summer Breakfast is 8/10 (Families Group). If you or your parish group would like to host breakfast between services, sign up at http://www.signupgenius.com/go/summer200. Average attendance is between 75-100 people.
Epiphany Summer Choir: In order to give our Epiphany Choir members a break and also continue to have good choral music during the summer months, the Epiphany Summer Choir comes to the rescue! Come to the music suite on any Sunday morning at 10:30 a.m. and learn the music for that Sunday’s service. You can decide to sing every Sunday or just on the odd or even Sundays! We will not process or vest and you may decide to sit in the congregation until the Peace, sing the offertory anthem, and then return to your seat. All adults and high school youth are welcome. Summer Choir continues through August.
Lovingkindness Meditation meets in the Assoc. Rector’s office, Room 103.
Nursery care is offered during the morning services for newborns and young children. Parents who regularly use the nursery are asked to volunteer once a quarter. Contact the parish office to get on the rotation.
Children’s Bulletin: A bulletin designed for children is available in the Narthex along with crayons. We ask that crayons in good condition be returned to be used again.
8/6—Holy Comforter Dinner: It’s Epiphany’s turn to provide the Wednesday Night Dinner for this mission church of the Diocese. They currently feed approximately 80 people. We need 4-6 volunteers to cook starting at 2:30 p.m. and 4-6 people to help with serving – leaving the church at 5:30 p.m. to go over there and 4 people to each bring two dozen cupcakes. The sign up link is on the homepage. Contact: Jeanette Hanson 404.982.9134.
8/9—Alabama Pilgrimage: Each year the Diocese of Atlanta charters a bus to Haynesville, Alabama to honor the life of Jonathon Daniels, and the Martyrs of Alabama. Episcopalians from around the South will be participating. We will march in the footsteps of Daniels (an Episcopal seminarian who was killed working for the civil rights movement in 1965), Ruby Sales (who survived and became an Episcopal priest), Joyce Bailey and Father Richard Morrisoe. We can carpool, leaving Epiphany at 6 a.m. picking up bus at St. Augustine’s Morrow. and returns in the evening. To get a seat, contact the Rev. Cynthia Hizer at 404.373.8338, ext 16. Bus cost is $15 (lunch extra).
8/10—Veteran's Heart GA invites active duty service members, Veterans of all wars, their family members, healing professionals and concerned citizens to speak with and listen to each other, create understanding, and collectively address the effects of war that touch all of us. The meeting is from 1:30-3:30 p.m. every second Sunday in Jones Hall. *We request that you register through our website www.veteransheartgeorgia.org prior to each meeting. Sign up for the newsletter and receive a reminder every month.
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