This Sunday, September 13, 2020
We will celebrate the Holy Eucharist at 8:00 am, 10:30am, and 12:30 pm (en español). All of the previous precautions for in-person worship will continue: mask wearing, social distancing, contact tracing sign-in, hand sanitizing, etc.
All of these services will also be available live (and later recorded) on the St. Augustine's Facebook page: http://www.facebook.com/staugmet
Please make the choice that is best for you and your family's health and safety.
You can also dial in and listen to the live broadcast by dialing (888)958-7272 and then entering these codes:
8:00 AM - 612378542
10:30 AM - 178492560
12:30 PM - 520598805
Serving this Sunday:
8:00 am: Chuck Blanchard, Usher; Tammy Verrette, Lay Reader; Dotty Suthon, Priest Server
10:30 am: Shirley Bernadas, Usher; Dotty Suthon, Lay Reader; Cate Suthon, Priest Server
12:30 pm: Patrick Goodman, Usher; Gabriel Diaz, Meissy Calix, and Valeria Reyes, Lay Readers; Darianna Bueso, Priest Server
Formation 45 (Sunday School for Kids and Adults)
This Sunday, September 13, our "Formation 45" will begin for both children and adults of our parish. Each Sunday from 9:15am to 10am (45 minutes), we will have Children's Sunday School via Zoom, while ages 6th grade through adults will have Christian formation with Father AJ (also via zoom). Eventually, we hope these activities will return to in-person, but for now, we are celebrating the grace that technology allows! If you are ages 6th grade through adult, no pre-registration is necessary. ALL are welcome every Sunday or every once-in-a-while.
For our pre-K through 5th grade, we are asking that you pre-register so we know how many packets to purchase. If you have a grandchild that may visit with you a few times during the school year, we would like to encourage you to register them. If you have a child that MIGHT want to participate (we are not asking for a commitment as we know things are currently fluid), please email Catherine so she can include them in the count.
The Adults (6th grade and up) will be exploring Walk in Love: Episcopal Beliefs & Practices by Scott Gunn and Melody Wilson Shobe. If you'd like to learn more or revisit who Episcopalians live out and deepen our life of faith, you'll love this conversation! Here's how to join:
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A message from SECC:
The Solomon Episcopal Conference Center is the premier retreat venue of the Episcopal Diocese of Louisiana. Each September, we come to you and ask for your renewed financial support. The pandemic has devastated our business more than we would have ever imagined. We are asking for your help now more than ever. All contributions, regardless of size, are critical to the continuation of Solomon Center's ministry now and for future generations. Please consider making a donation on line at http://seccla.org/donate/
Regarding personal retreats:
Have you ever considered an escape from the chaos of life for a personal retreat? Solomon Center has just what you need for "retreatcation"! Your Retreat Center is your place to stay for peace and play. The cost is $75 per room, but the soulful renewal and refocus is priceless! For more information call the Center at 985-748-6634. www.SeccLa.org
The Pumpkins are Coming--Save these Dates!!
Wednesday, September 30th at 5:00 pm - First Load arrives and Mass on the Grass
Wednesday, October 14th, at 5:00 pm - Second Load arrives and Mass on the Grass
New on our Website-Preparing for Sunday!
Access this Sunday's lectionary readings at your convenience, and then reflect and pray over them at any time. You'll find an overview, scripture backgrounds, a reflection and prayer starter to enhance your worship experience. Just click on the "Preparing for Sunday" link on our home page (Tip: We are using "Track 2"):
Please bring a $75 check made out to SECC (Solomon Episcopal Conference Center) with you OR request a full diocesan scholarship by contacting Mother Jane-Allison at email@example.com.
Disaster Volunteers Needed in the Community Kitchen - Second Harvest
Hi Volunteers! Second Harvest is in urgent need of volunteers to help out in the community kitchen over the next few weeks. The kitchen will be preparing and plating up over 10,000 meals and 10,000 snacks each day to send to those affected by Hurricane Laura.
Daily Community Kitchen shifts are as follows:
Monday - Thursday, 8:30am -11:00am and 10:45 am - 2:00 pm
Volunteers MUST be at least 15 years old.
Double Service Hours Will Be Offered for Students
Individuals can sign up for the shifts using the online calendar.
Valeria Reyes arrived on Wednesday!! Finally!! She joins Meissy Calix (who arrived earlier in August) as our Honduran Scholars completing their 12th grade year at St. Martin's while living with Amy and Patrick Goodman. Demos gracias a Dios!