| Dear , |
New Year! May the Holy Spirit continue to warm our hearts, guide our
steps, and empower us to be God's people in the world! Here are a couple
of imminent opportunities in the new year.
With love in Christ,
Fr. Rob & Mo. Lyn+
Epiphany at Epiphany
Sunday, January 4 at 4pm, we will have an opportunity to join our
sister church of Epiphany, East LA in their Epiphany celebration. Great
opportunity to visit our friends there, and see the wonderful work that
has been accomplished in remodeling their church and parish hall. A
time with our brother and sisters that is sure to feed the soul with
Spirit and the tummy with tamales!
If you want to carpool, meet at the church at 2:30.
Important Habitat for Humanity
Message from Bishop Diane
Diane Jardine Bruce has sent out an important letter to all Orange
County Episcopalians. Following up on an initiative presented at our
recent Deanery Assembly by Sharon Ellis, President and CEO of Habitat
for Humanity, OC, she urges us to participate in this significant
ministry to veterans. To read her letter, please click here:
Habitat for Humanity
Mark your calendars: A Habitat work day for Orange County Episcopalians has been scheduled for Saturday, January 10. To express your interest and get detailed information, please email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Our Emmanuel liaison for Habitat for Humanity is Marti Edmonds. You may contact her at: 607-760-4015 or email@example.com
Emmanuel News Flash
Join the Emmanuel Virtual Labyrinth Community.
Walk the virtual labyrinth on the first and third
Sundays at twelve noon in the Parish Hall.
Learn how to make your own virtual labyrinth
The second Saturday from 11-1pm
- Offering envelopes are available in the courtyard after Sunday services. If you need envelopes, you can also request them there!
- We have a lost and found. If you have something lost that you want found, come and check out our box in the office. It might be there!
Photo of the Week
The Light of Christ has come into the world! Beautiful photo from the
children's atrium last Sunday, taken as a collaborative effort by Gene,
Ginger, and Dan.
EPIPHANY AT EPIPHANY
Meet at Emmanuel at 2:30pm for a trip to Epiphany for the celebration at 4pm.
If you'd like to help with the "degreening" of the Church, come at 1pm.
Wednesday, Jan 7
7pm in the Church
Second Saturday of the month, 11-1pm.
First and Third Sundays
Saturdays at 9am in Havermale Hall.
Parachute Group (support for those unemployed)
7pm Havermale Hall
10am: Prayer & Thanks
10:30: Bible Study
7am Prayers and Communion
8am Breakfast at Coco's