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November 17, 2019
GIVING SUNDAY


WELCOME TO ST. ANNE’S

The St. Anne’s family welcomes you to our worship service this morning.  If you are a visitor, please complete the Visitor Card in the book holder in front of you.  You may then drop the card in the offering or give it to one of ushers.  Thank you for worshiping with us today!

 

GIVING SUNDAY

TODAY is Giving Sunday.  We will be having a potluck lunch to celebrate our giving in thanks for what we have been given.  Please begin giving thought to your pledge for 2020.  Give generously to keep St. Anne’s and all the programs active!

 

NEIGHBOR TO NEIGHBOR THANKSGIVING DINNER

Sunday, November 25 will be the Neighbor to Neighbor Thanksgiving Dinner.  We will be serving turkey with all the traditional sides.  We will need potatoes, gravy, vegetables, stuffing, cranberry sauce, and desserts.  Mary Oliver will cook the turkey and will make pumpkin bars.  Please let her know if you will be helping and if you will be donating anything.  We will plan for around 40 people.

 

COMMUNITY THANKSGIVING SERVICE

The Ecumenical Thanksgiving Service is November 26, at Ankeny Christian Church. Each church is responsible for donating 5 pies for the after service gathering. Please plan to attend and show your support for St. Anne’s. See Kevin or Joann if you are interested in participating in the joint choir.

 

CHRISTMAS DECORATING

We will be decorating the church for Christmas after the worship service on Sunday, December 1.  A light lunch will be served.  Join your St. Anne’s family as we prepare the church to celebrate our Savior’s birth.

 

ADVENT BIBLE STUDY

Starting Wednesday, December 4, we will be study the Apostles’ Creed for our Advent study.  Please join us at 6:30 pm on December 4, 11 and 18.

 

IT’S FLU SEASON

It is not too late to get your flu shot. Higher than expected incidence of flu cases are found in Louisiana and Puerto Ricco. While you may think these sites are far from Iowa, the fact is diseases can be spread many miles across state and international lines in less than 24 hours with today’s travel patterns. Please get your flu vaccine now.