The Episcopal Church of the Holy Innocents 

October Birthdays 

Dorothy Dunkerley 06

Jane Enos 06

Marcella Gallo 08

Sherry Hughes 15

Jake Harrison 15

Danelle Dumhart 20

Katie Wymbs 20

Brittany Solon 21

Michael Wymbs 21


October Anniversaries

PLarry & Pat Peacock 08 Charles & Jane Arlin 10

John & Cornie Walton 15

David & Karin Mitchell 20

There are still opportunities available for you to join in the loving practice of making contributions towards Flowers, Altar Candle Oil, or Sanctuary Candles to celebrate a special birthday or occasion, to honor someone special, or to remember family and friends who are no longer with us.


These are weekly opportunities. Those contributing and those remembered will be recognized in the specified Sunday Bulletin. The 2017 calendar for Altar Donations is available in the ambulatory between the sanctuary and Martin Hall.

$40 for a container of flowers

$10 for the Sanctuary Candle

$5 for the Altar Candle Oil 

 

    God’s Blessings to everyone celebrating a birthday or anniversary in September & October!


Birthdays If we have missed your birthday / anniversary, we apologize! PLEASE let us know by calling the office so that we may update our records. 


The following parishioners have graciously volunteered to assist with our worship and/or have donated either candles or flowers for the altar for the months of September & October

SEPTEMBER ALTAR DONATIONS

  3rd - Bruce, Caroline & Angus

10th -

17th -

24th - 


SEPTEMBER ALTAR GUILD

 3rd - Jackie Sparks, Ginny Nicholas

10th - Melissa Wall, Chris Burlaga

17th - JoAnne Bray, Cindy Longenbach

24th - Floss Boulden, Carol Hammond  

 

SEPTEMBER LECTORS
3rd - Jeanne Cashel, Rich Cashel

10th - JoAnne Bray, Rob Meyer

17th - Bill Kehr, Judy Hamilton

24th - JoAnne Bray, Suzette Whiting


SEPTEMBER USHERS Volunteers appreciated


OCTOBER ALTAR DONATIONS 
 1st -

8th -

15th - 

22nd -

29th - 


OCTOBER ALTAR GUILD

 1st - Ruth McLaughlin, Diane Entrikin

8th - Ginny Nicholas, Melissa Wall

15th - JoAnne Bray, Cindy Longenbach

22nd - Floss Boulden, Jackie Sparks

29th - Carol Hammond, Chris Burlaga  



OCTOBER LECTORS

  1st - Kay DeCico, Judy Hamilton

8th - Bill Kehr, Ruth McLaughlin / Marie Bregler

15th - Jeanne Cashel, Richard Cashel

22nd - JoAnne Bray, Rob Meyer

29th - Kay DeCico, Suzette Whiting 


OCTOBER USHERS Volunteers needed  


If you are able to volunteer as an usher at anytime during the months of September or October please contact

Rob Meyer at 609 618-3914 or rmeyer1394@aol.com 

September Birthdays

Deborah Hunter 03

Jaimee Hughes Boyle 06

Erma Green 06

Margaret Markoski 07

Joanne Sencindiver 07

Lynne Cowper 09

Margaret MacIntosh 11

Arthur Curtin III 12

Taylor Borys 12

Rich Southwick 14

Emma Crumbaugh 15

Stanley Markoski III 17

Cassandra Harrison 18

Amy Lyle 20

Melissa Wall 20

Kerry Horleman 21

Medora Boyle 25

Ted Johnson 26

Sarah Payne 28

Matthew Payne 28

Natalie Aftanis 29  


September Anniversaries

Phil & Floss Boulden 08

Bill & Lynne Cowper 09

Richard & Karen Vaughan 09

Stokes V & Britton Carrigan 10

Joe & Emily Mrazek 13

John & Sherry Johnson 14

Rich & Colette Southwick 20

In conjunction with "Freedom Sunday", September 24th, there is a way to help some victims of slavery here in the United States.

Thistle Farms in Nashville, Tennessee, gives aid to women addicted to drugs, alcohol, prostitution, and those just released from prison.

Thistle Farms assists them with housing, work, schooling, guidance, health and dental care. There are four social enterprises to accomplish these goals: A Natural Body Care Company, An Artisan Studio, The Thistle Stop Cafe, and a Global Market Shared Trade.

The Episcopal Church Women sell Thistle Farms products which support these women in Nashville, and around the world.

Ruth McLaughlin ~ 492-8135