The Spirit Showed Up!
Almost everyone wore red!!! And there were
fabulous Pentecost cakes at each service. Here is the one from the 8:15
We are so proud of these two wonderful young
people who have recently graduated. First there is Jeremy Dodds. He
graduated from La Habra High School and got early acceptance into
Humboldt University. Congratulations Jeremy!!!
And then there is Megan Ortiz who graduated from Biola University with a
B.A, in English. Congratulations Megan!!!
If you know of any other graduates, email me their picture and some information and I will put them in the Blurb!
The Episcopal Church will be represented in the OC Pride Parade
When: Saturday, June 23rd
Where: downtown Santa Ana / Main Street
Worship: Eucharist will be held at the Church of the Messiah 614 N Bush St in Santa Ana. Eucharist will begin at 9:00 a.m.
will be graced with the presence of our diocesan bishop, the Rt. Rev.
John Taylor - excited to welcome him to celebrate with us! We hear he
will also be riding on a convertible in the parade!
parade: Our marching contingent will walk to our step-off place after
worship. We'll have ribbon banners, parish signs, and a big wide
Episcopal Church banner to carry in the parade. Parade march begins
approx at 10:30 am.
Just like last year, the Episcopal Church will be represented at a
booth at the festival. There will be banners, flyers, and distribution
of rainbow cross necklaces. Staffing the booth will mostly involve
offering necklaces to people; there may be a few folks who want to talk,
and that's wonderful! A booth sign-up sheet will be at the Welcome
Table on June 6 or if you prefer, contact Terry and Bernice.
Come Help Us!
will be assembling rainbow cross necklaces to hand out at the booth.
Last year 1000 necklaces were given away! Please consider joining Terry
and Bernice after church to assemble 100 necklaces. All supplies are
When: Sunday, June 10th
Where: The Shack Room
After the 10 am service
Snacks will be provided
Meet Our Favorite Fullerton Policeman
is Lieutenant Tony Rios who came Tuesday night to help teachers in the
preschool and parishioners prepare for and react appropriately to
an active intruder either in the school or during worship services. We
learned the principles of Run Hide Fight and when each of those
principles should be used. Tony was a great teacher and his sense of
humor helped us to laugh despite the very serious nature of the
Come see Katharine Hepburn as Jo in Louisa May Alcott's classic movie
Women. It's this Friday May 25th, at 6:30 pm in the SHACK room. Come
join us! Free movie, free snacks, and stellar company!!!