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June 29, 2016, 3:40 PM

Newsletter:


St. John’s Episcopal Church                        Sunday, July 3, 2016

 

WORSHIP AND EDUCATION NEWS:

 

ADULT EDUCATION: Sunday, July 3rd, at 9:00 am. We will continue to focus on the study of Matthew with Chapter 27 (N.T. Wright’s book).

 

SUNDAY SCHOOL: Will meet at 9:00 at the First United Methodist Church.

 

WORSHIP: July 3rd, the Holy Eucharist, Rite II, with Rev. Ray Brown.

 

READINGS for this Sunday (Seventh Sunday after Pentecost) are: Isaiah 66:10-14; Psalm 66:1-8; Galatians 6:1-6, 7-16; Luke 10:1-11, 16-20.

 

MIDWEEK EUCHARIST will be on Thursday, July 7th, at Noon.

 

PASTORAL NEWS:

 

THE CALL a DVD study and discussion of the life of St. Paul will meet Wednesday, July 7th. Meeting times are: 10:30 A.M. and 6:30 P.M. and will continue through July 13th. For further information, call Fr. Ray or Marjie at the church office.

St. John’s Good Samaritans (ECW): Please feel free to call Maureen Jones (404-697-7197) or Jeannie Turley (870-816-6387) if you are in need of some help with errands or transportation or food, or if you would just like some company.

 

Please keep the following in your prayers: Buddy Wheeler, Buddy Byrd, Carol Jennings, Sam Harris, Jim Howe, Jr., Janet Juengel, William Millard, Susan Gibbs Worrell, Jeffrey Mink, Richard Hargraves, Walt Morris, Katy Mouritsen, and Elena Hinderer.

 

OUTREACH NEWS:

 

The Samaritan’s Purse: Donations that will fit in a shoe box can be placed in the basket by front door. Donations for July:   Clothes for boys and girls 5 to 9

           

Angels of Grace and Anchor Mission Ministries: The item from their wish list this week is toilet tissue. Plastic tubs are located at the stair landing just outside the chapel.

 

Humane Society of the Delta: Donations needed are dog food, cat litter and large used bath towels. There is a plastic tub for them also.

 

There is a new outreach project at St. John’s. As you know, we support Grace Food pantry financially each month and with volunteers from the church. Each week the food is packed in plastic grocery/Walmart bags and handed out. We have a labeled container in the narthex for any plastic bags you might want to donate. It is a great way to recycle, help Grace Food pantry and those in need in our community. Thanks for your bags and support. Father Ray will take the bags to the pantry on the days he volunteers.

 

CHURCH OFFICE NEWS and ANNOUNCEMENTS:

 

Wednesday, June 29th, at 10:30 AM and at 6:30 PM, THE CALL will meet.

 

Thursday, June 30th, at 12:00 Noon, Midweek Eucharist in the Chapel.

 

Sunday duties July 3rd, 2016:

 

Acolyte – Mike Fielder

Lay Eucharistic Minister – Gina Pillow

Altar Guild – Susan Carter

Altar Flowers – There are two open dates in August (Sunday the 14th and the 21st).

 

Wednesday, July 6th, at 10:30 AM and at 6:30 PM, THE CALL in the undercroft.

 

Thursday, July 7th, at 12:00 Noon, Midweek Eucharist in the Chapel.

 

Blood Drive:  Life Blood will be at PCCUA on Thursday, July 7th, 2016, from 1:00 pm till 6:00 pm. Please contact Julie Pittman (jpittman@pccua.edu or 870-714-0358) to participate.

 

The Freeman Playground groundbreaking is set for Friday, July 8th, Noon-1:30pm at the corner of Beech and Market Streets in downtown, Helena. St. John’s Episcopal Church, will provide hot dogs, chips, watermelon, and water. Come meet your neighbors, have lunch, and find out more about the Freeman Playground.

 

 

Beginning July 8th – July 22nd St John’s will host two groups from the Together for Hope that will be working throughout the community of Helena-West Helena on various projects. While staying in our undercroft, they will teach swimming lessons, repair several buildings and work on various projects in the community. We have hosted them over the past several years and they are always a delight to have with us. Many of them join us for the adult education class. On Sunday, July 10th and July 17th we will provide a Fun, Food and Fellowship time in the chapel immediately following the service where we will have the opportunity to share food, stories and meet these wonderful people. So please mark your calendars for these Sundaysand share in the light lunch and wonderful gathering of God’s people.

 

 

One Hundredth Birthday Celebration: Plans are underway for the 100th Birthday Celebration of the St. John’s church building on October 21-23 of this year.   The Birthday Committee held its first meeting on May 17. The following persons have volunteered to head up the various teams that will be working to ensure we have a wonderful celebration:

Chairperson of Birthday Committee: Maureen Jones

Invitations and Addresses: Angie Fielder

Food: Julie Pittman

Displays and Memorabilia: Grace Henderson

Decorations: Carla Myers

 

Please consider which of these groups you would like to help with and let the team leader know. As of this time plans include a Wine and Cheese Reception on Friday evening, Worship Service on Saturday afternoon at 4 p.m. followed by a buffet dinner/reception in the undercroft.   More information will be provided in future newsletters.

The Celebration Committee needs names and addresses of family members, relatives and/or acquaintances that should be notified about our birthday celebration. Families such as Andersons, Schrantz, Pillows, Gist, Nicholls, Leach, etc. and many more. Your help will be appreciated.

 

Freeman Playground: To keep up with the progress of the Freeman Playground, like their Facebook page: www.facebook.com/freemanplayground. For more information on how to donate, make an in-kind donation, or volunteer contact Misti Freeman Staley at 770-490-9973.

 

The next Cherry Street Fair will be July 9th from 5-8 pm. This is a great place to visit with friends and neighbors, enjoy some delicious food or cool off with a cold brew in the beer garden.

 

Office: If you know anyone that needs to be on the prayer list please contact the office in order to include them in the newsletter and the bulletins. We also need to know when someone should be taken off. Email, text or call, your help is greatly appreciated.

 

We would like to update our directory information on all members. This includes address, home phone, cell phones, and email addresses. Please let the office know yours by email or text to office@saintjohnshelena.org or call the office. Thank you.

 

Contact info for Fr. Ray:

Cell: 501-291-6262

Email: rector@saintjohnshelena.org

 

St. John’s Church Office:

Phone: 870-338-8115     Fax: 870-338-8519    

Email:   office@saintjohnshelena.org

Web Site: http://saintjohnshelena.org

Address:   P.O. Box 770, Helena AR 72342




June 22, 2016, 4:52 PM

Newsletter:


St. John’s Episcopal Church                        Sunday, June 26, 2016

 

WORSHIP AND EDUCATION NEWS:

 

 ADULT EDUCATION: Sunday, June 26th, at 9:00 am. We will continue to focus on the study of Matthew with Chapter 27 (N.T. Wright’s book).

SUNDAY SCHOOL: Will meet at 9:00 at the First United Methodist Church.

WORSHIP: June 26TH, the Holy Eucharist, Rite II, with Rev. Ray Brown.

READINGS for this Sunday (Sixth Sunday after Pentecost) are: 1 Kings 19:15-16, 19-21; Psalm 16; Galatians 5:1, 13-25; Luke 9:51-62.

MIDWEEK EUCHARIST will be on Thursday, June 30th, at Noon.

 

 PASTORAL NEWS:

 

 THE CALL a DVD study and discussion of the life of St. Paul will meet Wednesday, June 29. Meeting times are: 10:30 A.M. and 6:30 P.M. and will continue through July 13th. The books are here and will be available on Wednesday. For further information, call Fr. Ray or Marjie at the church office.

St. John’s Good Samaritans (ECW): Please feel free to call Maureen Jones (404-697-7197) or Jeannie Turley (870-816-6387) if you are in need of some help with errands or transportation or food, or if you would just like some company.

Please keep the following in your prayers: Marie Simon, Buddy Wheeler, Buddy Byrd, Carol Jennings, Blanche Choate, Sam Harris, Leslie Galloway, Jim Howe, Jr., Nina Zachary, Janet Juengel, William Millard, Susan Gibbs Worrell, Jeffrey Mink, Ruth Howe, Walt Morris,

Gibson Turley, and Kati Mouritsen.

 

OUTREACH NEWS:

 

 The Samaritan’s Purse: Donations that will fit in a shoe box can be placed in the basket by front door. Suggestions: (ALL MUST FIT IN SHOE BOX)

            Clothes - underwear, shorts, shirts, dresses, shoes/sox, pajamas

            Toys – dolls, cars & trucks (no guns, tanks, military)

            Hygiene – soap, wash cloths, toothpaste & brush, powder

            Paper products – books (coloring & illustration), easy puzzles, tablets, pencils, scissors, crayons

            Etc. –sunglasses, sand buckets & shovel, harmonicas, horns

Angels of Grace and Anchor Mission Ministries: The item from their wish list this week is cleaning supplies.Humane Society of the Delta: Donations needed are dog food, cat litter and large used bath towels. Aplastic tub for each is located at the stair landing just outside the chapel.

There is a new outreach project at St. John’s. As you know, we support Grace Food pantry financially each month and with volunteers from the church. Each week the food is packed in plastic grocery/Walmart bags and handed out. These bags are donated by individuals and various churches so no money is used for bags, but can be used to purchase food for the recipients.

We will have a labeled container in the narthex for any plastic bags you might want to donate. It is a great way to recycle, help Grace Food pantry and those in need in our community.

Thanks for your bags and support. Father Ray will take the bags to the pantry on the days he volunteers.

 

CHURCH OFFICE NEWS and ANNOUNCEMENTS:

 

 Wednesday, June 22nd, at 10:30 AM and at 6:30 PM, THE CALL will meet.

 Thursday, June 23rd, at 12:00 Noon, Midweek Holy Eucharist in the Chapel.

 Sunday duties June 26th, 2016:

Acolyte – Drew Fielder

Lay Eucharistic Minister – Ann Lee

Altar Guild – Carla Myers & Bennett Sellers

Altar Flowers – Mrs. Frank Jeffett

Wednesday, June 29th, at 10:30 AM and at 6:30 PM, THE CALL in the undercroft.

Thursday, June 30th, at 12:00 Noon, Midweek Holy Eucharist in the Chapel.

One Hundredth Birthday Celebration: Plans are underway for the 100th Birthday Celebration of the St. John’s church building on October 21-23 of this year.   The Birthday Committee held its first meeting on May 17. The following persons have volunteered to head up the various teams that will be working to ensure we have a wonderful celebration:

Chairperson of Birthday Committee: Maureen Jones

Invitations and Addresses: Angie Fielder

Food: Julie Pittman

Displays and Memorabilia: Grace Henderson

Decorations: Carla Myers

 

Please consider which of these groups you would like to help with and let the team leader know. As of this time plans include a Wine and Cheese Reception on Friday evening, Worship Service on Saturday afternoon at 4 p.m. followed by a buffet dinner/reception in the undercroft.   More information will be provided in future newsletters.

Blood Drive:  Life Blood will be at PCCUA on July 7, 2016, from 1:00 pm till 6:00 pm. Please contact Julie Pittman (jpittman@pccua.edu or 870-714-0358) to participate.

Freeman Playground: Join Will and Misti Staley for the groundbreaking of the Freeman Playground in honor of their son Freeman Ellis Staley. Freeman passed away in February at 10 months old, after spending all but 5 weeks of his short life at Arkansas Children’s Hospital in Little Rock. Will and Misti spent every day by his side making his life full of love and as fun as possible.

“The Freeman Playground will not only honor Freeman’s life, but the lives of all the children in Helena-West Helena that have left this world a little too soon,” said Misti Freeman Staley, Freeman’s mother. “The mission of Freeman Playground will be to provide children and families of all ability levels with a safe, healthy, and fun place to play.”

The nearest American Disabilities Act (ADA) playground with ramps in Arkansas is 87 miles away in Jonesboro, which will make the Freeman Playground the first of its kind in Phillips County - allowing wheelchair bound children the freedom to play alongside children without disability,” said Will Staley, Freeman’s Father.

The groundbreaking ceremony for the Freeman Playground is set for Friday, July 8th, Noon-1:30pm at the corner of Beech and Market Streets in downtown, Helena. St. John’s Episcopal Church, 3 blocks from the Freeman Playground, will provide hot dogs, chips, watermelon, and water. Come meet your neighbors, have lunch, and find out more about the Freeman Playground.

 Fundraising will continue for the Freeman Playground in hopes of an opening this Fall.

 To keep up with the progress of the Freeman Playground, like their Facebook page: www.facebook.com/freemanplayground. For more information on how to donate, make an in-kind donation, or volunteer contact Misti Freeman Staley at 770-490-9973.

Office: We would like to update our directory information on all members. This includes address, home phone, cell phones, and email addresses. Please let the office know yours by email or text to office@saintjohnshelena.org or call the office. Thank you.

 

Contact info for Fr. Ray:

 

Cell: 501-291-6262

Email: rector@saintjohnshelena.org

 

 St. John’s Church Office:

 

Phone: 870-338-8115     Fax: 870-338-8519    

Email:   office@saintjohnshelena.org

Web Site: http://saintjohnshelena.org

Address:   P.O. Box 770, Helena AR 72342




June 15, 2016, 7:30 PM

Newsletter:


St. John’s Episcopal Church               Sunday, June 19, 2016

WORSHIP AND EDUCATION NEWS:

 ADULT EDUCATION: Sunday, June 19th, at 9:00 am. We will continue to focus on the study of Matthew finishing Chapter 26 and starting on Chapter 27 (N.T. Wright’s book).

 SUNDAY SCHOOL: Will meet at 9:00 at the First United Methodist Church.

 WORSHIP: June 19TH, the Holy Eucharist, Rite II, with Rev. Ray Brown.

READINGS for this Sunday (Fifth Sunday after Pentecost) are: Isaiah 65:1-9; Psalm 22:18-27; Galatians 3:23-29; Luke 8:26-39.

MIDWEEK EUCHARIST will be on Thursday, June 16th, at Noon.

PASTORAL NEWS:

THE CALL a DVD study and discussion of the life of St. Paul will meet this Wednesday, June 15. Meeting times are: 10:30 A.M. and 6:30 P.M. and will continue through July 13th. The books are here and will be available on Wednesday. For further information call Fr. Ray or Marjie at the church office.

St. John’s Good Samaritans (ECW): Please feel free to call Maureen Jones (404-697-7197) or Jeannie Turley (870-816-6387) if you are in need of some help with errands or transportation or food, or if you would just like some company.

Please keep the following in your prayers: Marie Simon, Buddy Wheeler, Buddy Byrd, Carol Jennings, Blanche Choate, Sam Harris, Leslie Galloway, Jim Howe, Jr., Nina Zachary, Janet Juengel, William Millard, Susan Gibbs Worrell, Gibson Turley, Walt Morris, Jeffrey Mink, and Ruth Howe.

 OUTREACH NEWS:

The Samaritan’s Purse: Donations that will fit in a shoe box can be placed in the basket by front door. Suggestions:

             Clothes - underwear, shorts, shirts, dresses, shoes/sox, pajamas

            Toys – dolls, cars & trucks (no guns, tanks, military)

            Hygiene – soap, wash cloths, toothpaste & brush, powder

            Paper products – books (coloring & illustration), easy puzzles, tablets, pencils, scissors, crayons

            Etc. – sunglasses, sand buckets & shovel, harmonicas, horns (ALL MUST FIT IN SHOE BOX)

                 

Angels of Grace and Anchor Mission Ministry: The item from their wish list this week is laundry detergent and bleach.Aplastic tub for each is located at the stair landing just outside the chapel.

Humane Society of the Delta: Donations needed are dog food, cat litter and large bath towels (used). A large donation tub has been placed with the others.

 CHURCH OFFICE NEWS and ANNOUNCEMENTS:

Wednesday, June 15th, at 10:30 AM and at 6:30 PM, THE CALL will start this week.

Thursday, June 16th, at 12:00 Noon, Midweek Holy Eucharist in the Chapel.

 Sunday duties June 19th, 2016:

Acolyte – Chris Rogers

Lay Eucharistic Minister – Mike Fielder

Altar Guild – Betsy Wright

Altar Flowers – Mrs. Wilson Howe

 Monday, June 20th, at 5:30 pm, VESTRY will meet in the undercroft.

 Wednesday, June 22nd, at 10:30 AM and at 6:30 PM, THE CALL in the undercroft.

Thursday, June 23rd, at 12:00 Noon, Midweek Holy Eucharist in the Chapel.

From Fr. Ray: Are you aware there is a Noonday Eucharist every Thursday at 12 p.m. in the Chapel? I have been blessed by this mid-week opportunity to hear God’s Word, pray and partake of Holy Communion. This service is a wonderful option for those who are unable to attend Worship on Sunday as well as those who appreciate a mid-week celebration of the Eucharist. As always, of course, ALL ARE WELCOME!

One Hundredth Birthday Celebration: Plans are underway for the 100th Birthday Celebration of the St. John’s church building on October 21-23 of this year.   The Birthday Committee held its first meeting on Tuesday, May 17. The following persons have volunteered to head up the various teams that will be working to ensure we have a wonderful celebration:

Chairperson of Birthday Committee: Maureen Jones

Invitations and Addresses: Angie Fielder

Food: Julie Pittman

Displays and Memorabilia: Grace Henderson

Decorations: Carla Myers

Please consider which of these groups you would like to help with and let the team leader know. As of this time plans include a Wine and Cheese Reception on Friday evening, Worship Service on Saturday afternoon at 4 p.m. followed by a buffet dinner/reception in the undercroft.   More information will be provided in future newsletters.

We would like to update our directory information on all members. This includes address, home phone, cell phones, and email addresses. Please let the office know yours by email or text to office@saintjohnshelena.org or call the office. Thank you.

 Contact info for Fr. Ray:

Cell: 501-291-6262

Email: rector@saintjohnshelena.org

St. John’s Church Office:

Phone: 870-338-8115     Fax: 870-338-8519    

Email:   office@saintjohnshelena.org

Web Site: http://saintjohnshelena.org

Address:   P.O. Box 770, Helena AR 72342




June 1, 2016, 5:16 PM

Newsletter:


 

St. John’s Episcopal Church                  Sunday, June 5, 2016

 

WORSHIP AND EDUCATION NEWS:

 

 ADULT EDUCATION: Sunday, June 5th, at 9:00 am. We will continue to focus on the study of Matthew with Chapter 27 (N.T. Wright’s book).

SUNDAY SCHOOL: Will meet at 9:00 at the First United Methodist Church.

 WORSHIP: June 5TH, the Holy Eucharist, Rite II, with Rev. Ray Brown.

 READINGS for this Sunday (Third Sunday after Pentecost) are: 1 Kings 17:17-24; Psalm 30; Galatians 1:11-24; Luke 7:11-17.

 MIDWEEK EUCHARIST will be on Thursday, June 12th, at Noon.

 

PASTORAL NEWS:

 

Please keep the following in your prayers: Marie Simon, Buddy Wheeler, Buddy Byrd, Carol Jennings, Blanche Choate, Sam Harris, Leslie Galloway, Jim Howe, Jr., Nina Zachary, Janet Juengel, William Millard, Susan Gibbs Worrell, Gibson Turley, Walt Morris, Jeffrey Mink, and Ruth Howe.

 

St. John’s Good Samaritans (ECW): Please feel free to call Maureen Jones (404-697-7197) or Jeannie Turley (870-816-6387) if you are in need of some help with errands or transportation or food, or if you would just like some company.

 

The Call is a six week  Study of the Life of the Apostle Paul DVD and Book Study with discussion led by Fr. Ray. From the road to Damascus to the sun-drenched lands of modern-day Greece and Turkey to a Roman prison, go with Adam Hamilton as he follows the journeys of Paul in this six-week DVD study about Christianity’s greatest teacher and missionary. The class will meet Wednesdays 7-8 p.m. at the church beginning June 8. If there is sufficient interest, Fr. Ray will offer the class again during the daytime on a day and time that is convenient for those who are interested. To sign up or express interest in an alternate day and time please call or email the church office.

 OUTREACH NEWS:

 

The next ECWmeeting will be in the undercroft on June 13th at 5:00. Please bring items for boys or girls ages 2- 4 so we can start filling boxes for Operation Christmas Child. If anyone needs boxes to fill on their own, please contact Bennette Morris (870-338-1340).

Suggestions: Clothes -underwear, shorts, shirts, dresses, shoes/sox, pajamas

            Toys –dolls, cars & trucks (no guns, tanks, military)

            Hygiene – soap, wash cloths, toothpaste & brush, powder

            Paper products –books (coloring & illustration), easy puzzles, tablets, pencils, scissors,    crayons

            Etc. –sunglasses, sand buckets & shovel, harmonicas, horns (ALL MUST FIT IN SHOE BOX)

                      

Angels of Grace and Anchor Mission Ministry: The item from their wish list this week is paper towels.Aplastic tub for each is located at the stair landing just outside the chapel.

Humane Society of the Delta: Donations needed are cat food, cat litter and large bath towels (used). A large donation tub has been placed with the others. A Low Cost Spay/Neuter Clinic for dogs and cats is scheduled for June 14th and 15th. Appointments must be made by contacting Darlene at 870-995-9083.

CHURCH OFFICE NEWS and ANNOUNCEMENTS:

 Thursday, June 2nd, at 12:00 Noon, Midweek Holy Eucharistin the Chapel.

 Sunday duties June 5th, 2016:

 

            Acolyte – Ned Pillow

            Lay Eucharistic Minister – Jack Myers

            Altar Guild – Angie Fielder

 Thursday, June 9th, at 12:00 Noon, Midweek Holy Eucharist in the Chapel.

 We would like to update our directory information on all members. This includes address, home phone, cell phones, and email addresses. Please let the office know yours by email or text to office@saintjohnshelena.org. or call 870-338-8115. Thank you

 From Fr. Ray: Are you aware there is a Noonday Eucharist every Thursday at 12 p.m. in the Chapel? I have been blessed by this mid-week opportunity to hear God’s Word, pray and partake of Holy Communion. This service is a wonderful option for those who are unable to attend Worship on Sunday as well as those who appreciate a mid-week celebration of the Eucharist. As always, of course, ALL ARE WELCOME!

Please keep the family of Connie Lodice in your prayers. Connie passed away May 20 and a funeral service was held on May 31 in Marvell. May Connie, and all the departed, rest in peace and rise in glory.

 

One Hundredth Birthday Celebration: Plans are underway for the 100th Birthday Celebration of the St. John’s church building on October 21-23 of this year.   The Birthday Committee held its first meeting on Tuesday, May 17. The following persons have volunteered to head up the various teams that will be working to ensure we have a wonderful celebration:

Chairperson of Birthday Committee: Maureen Jones

Invitations and Addresses: Angie Fielder

Food: Julie Pittman

Displays and Memorabilia: Grace Henderson

Decorations: Carla Myers

 Please consider which of these groups you would like to help with and let the team leader know. As of this time plans include a Wine and Cheese Reception on Friday evening, Worship Service on Saturday afternoon at 4 p.m. followed by a buffet dinner/reception in the undercroft.   More information will be provided in future newsletters. The next meeting is scheduled for Tuesday, June 7, in the undercroft at 5:30.

 

Contact info for Fr. Ray:

Cell: 501-291-6262

Email: rector@saintjohnshelena.org

 

St. John’s Church Office:

Phone: 870-338-8115     Fax: 870-338-8519    

Email:   office@saintjohnshelena.org

Web Site: http://saintjohnshelena.org

Address:   P.O. Box 770, Helena AR 72342




May 31, 2016, 3:10 AM

Wednesday night study group



THE CALL

A Six Week Study of the Life of the Apostle Paul

DVD and Book Study with Discussion led by Fr. Ray

 From the road to Damascus to the sun-drenched lands of modern-day Greece and Turkey to a Roman prison, go with Adam Hamilton as he follows the journeys of Paul in this six-week DVD study about Christianity’s greatest teacher and missionary. You’ll see exactly where some of the most dramatic events in the spread of Christianity took place, and through Hamilton’s insightful and colorful teaching style, you’ll quite likely gain a better understanding of Paul’s missionary travels than if you had covered the many miles in person. 

Wednesdays 7-8 p.m.

Beginning June 8 @ St. John’s

June 8: Called to Follow Christ

June 15: Called to Go

June 22: Called to Suffer

June 29: Called to Love

July 6:    Called to Give

July 13: Called to Be Faithful

*Please sign up on the sheet on the table at entrance to the church or by calling or emailing the church office. Indicate if you would like to purchase the accompanying hardcover book for $13.


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