Sermon Pastoral Care Adult Class Adult Forum Parish Dinner Enews

January 23, 2015
Adult Forum
This Sunday we continue our
study of the inspiring book, People
of the Way: Renewing Episcopal
Identity. If you are keeping up,
you will have read pages 59 – 86
for this week. That section addresses two more topics, reconciliation and hospitality. We are discussing what these topics mean to
St. Stephen’s. Come Sunday and
add to the discussion. There are
five (5) remaining copies of the
Parish Dinner
At the Parish Dinner this week the
question was asked, “Has St. Stephen’s
involvement in Haiti for twenty years
really made a difference?” One of the
responses was, “Yes. We have seen, if
nothing else, the church janitor’s son
graduate from medical school and be
serve.” Now there is a new opportuni-
Last week we used Math to try to
encourage writers to come forward
for the meditations that will make
up our parish Lenten Booklet.
That only increased our percentages from 20% to 25% of our days
being claimed. Part of that is
when one of the existing volunteers said, “I will do another if you
have not found enough.” Please
consider writing a short 200 words
or less reflection on the scriptures
for one day during the forty (40)
days of Lent. Let Fr. Lovett know
of your willingness NOW!
ty. Ask anyone who was present to tell
The Life of Jesus
Thursday, January 29, 6:30 p.m.
EYF Room
Contact Jack Campbell for more information at [email protected]
St. Stephen’s Episcopal Church
When the Apostles first heard
Jesus' words,
"The time is fulfilled, and the kingdom of God
has come near,"it caught their
attention. But what he said next
captured their hearts…and
changed the world forever. Father Kallio will share what the
aftermath of Jesus' command,
"Follow Me" means for our lives
and faith.
ready to return to the community to
Math Doesn’t Work
Adult Class
you the exciting news.
It is amazing the numbers of people
who after two weeks or more running
articles in the E-News will say, “I didn’t know we were doing that. Why
doesn’t someone tell us?” If you are
one of the, evidently, few who do read
the E-News, please send an email to Fr.
Lovett so we will see how many we are
Word has been received of the
death of (Mildred) Jane Snow
Johnson, wife of the late James
“Josh” Johnson, at her daughter’s
home in Maryland on January 10.
A Graveside service will be held
March 21, 3:00 p.m., at the Oak Ridge
Memorial Park.
Pastoral Care
Tom Beehan & Kay Brookshire; Barbara Bennett; Matt & Samantha Berven, Jacob , Anna, Brennon Rosario;
Brian & Barbara Bovee;
Mike & Roni Boyd.
Please add these names to the top
of your prayer list.
Jesus came to Galilee, proclaiming the good news of God, and saying, “The time is
fulfilled, and the kingdom of God has come near; repent, and believe in the good
news.” Mark 1:14-15
212 North Tulane Avenue, Oak Ridge, TN 37830 865-483-8497
The Rev. Dr. Craig Kallio, Rector
[email protected]