ANNOUNCEMENTS Mar 22, 2015

Small Groups Celebration: Twelve small groups, totaling about 90 people, are meeting during Lent to study The Way of the Cross and the Spirit. On Wednesday, April 8, 7:00-8:30 p.m., everyone is invited to a Small Groups Celebration in the Parish Hall.  We’ll have a little dessert, a chance to praise God, and a look ahead.  So mark your calendars now of April 8.

Today’s Coffee Hour:  The Dong Team will be hosting Coffee Hour during March under the theme: It’s All About Changing the World!  Each week will have a different display–come see today’s focus on the impact of our efforts on the Dong Believers.  

New Health Ministry:  We are forming a new Health Ministry at Church of Our Savior.  The Order of St Luke has taken the lead on praying for the sick, and asking God’s healing intervention.  The Healing Ministry aims to provide resources for those who want to avoid taking sick, for those who need assistance with health concerns, and for those who are caring for someone with a major medical condition.  An organizing meeting will be held on Thursday April 9, at 1:00 p.m.  For more information, see Pat Hurst, Verna Giordani, or Fr. Loren.  Thank you.

Tracks to Share: For those who are interested, the tracks in the track rack will be given away after today (3/22). New ones will eventually be placed in the Rack.

ECW Food Collection: Thank you to those who have given food items for the Sharing Center.  

Women’s Retreat at Canterbury: Registration ends today for this year’s women’s retreat on April 17-19 at Canterbury. The principal speaker is Rachel Hauck, an award winning Christian novelist. Cost of the retreat is $172.00 double occupancy, $202.00 single occupancy including meals. For registration information, see or call Fran Leonard at 321-727-0408.

Relay for Life: Relay for Life, Palm Bay, will be hosting a free Survivor/Caregiver Dinner Dance on Friday, April 17, 2015 at 6:00 p.m.  Enjoy a great dinner, with fun fellowship, and dancing to music through the decades. The event will be located at Our Lady of Grace Parish Hall. Dinner will be catered by Texas Roadhouse. Registration is required: Edna Wesley (321-610-3344) or register in the church office.  

Boxtops:  We are now collecting “box tops” for Palm Bay Elementary.  The school is able to use the box tops and labels from all sorts of products to earn money and vouchers to purchase supplies for the classroom.  Save your box tops and bring them to the Parish Hall.

Sanctuary Candle: The Sanctuary Candle burns for the Glory of God and in loving memory for Al Kaufmann, Jr. from the Kaufmann Family. Thank you. Barbara Kaufmann.

Family Promise: COOS will be hosting Family Promise April 19-26.  Next hosting will be in the month of September. Training will be provided. Please sing up on the Friendship Form, or contact Christine G. (321-759-2523) or christine.G.FPB@gmail.com.

Work Days:

  • Lloyd Levermore is asking for volunteers to come out on Saturday, starting at 9:00 a.m. to tidy up the properties before Holy Week. We have gutters to clean, shrubs and trees to trim, light bulbs to replace, windows to clean, and more!  Everyone is welcome.
  • Also, please note that the Youth will be taking the lead to paint the Parish Hall, with some coaching from Mike Scheobel, on Tuesday and Wednesday this week.  (We are making accommodations for Tuesday’s small groups and Wednesday’s Bible study.)

Thank you: The family of Caristin Robotham would like to say many thanks to the members of COOS, for their support during the planning and on the day of the funeral.  

 

Announcements Mar 15, 2015

Easter Flower: Easter Flower Memorials & Thanksgivings Donations for the Easter Flowers are now being accepted, and must be in by Sunday, March 22, in order to be included in the Easter bulletin. Please fill out the special form, and return it to the Parish Office before the deadline.

Today’s Coffee Hour:  The Dong Team will be hosting Coffee Hour during March under the theme: It’s All About Changing the World!  Each week will have a different display–come see today’s focus on the impact of our efforts on the Dong Believers.  

ECW Food Collection: Thank you to those who have given food items for the Sharing Center.  This week we will collect canned soups, and canned, i.e. tuna, canned stew etc. Next week, peanut butter, jelly crackers etc.

Prayer Walk: The Dong Team is conducting a special Prayer Walk on Saturday, March 21, from 3:00-4:30 p.m. All are invited to join in this special time of Lenten devotions.  We have invited all parishes in the Diocese to join us for these special event.

Women’s Retreat at Canterbury: Women’s retreat and conference, Oviedo, FL invites you to a retreat of Christian love and fellowship on April 17-19 at Canterbury. The principal speaker is Rachel Hauck, an award winning Christian novelist. Cost of the retreat is $172.00 double occupancy, $202.00 single occupancy including meals. Registration ends March 22nd. Space is limited so register early. This is always a blessed time and not to be missed. For registration information, see the poster on the bulletin board in the Parish Hall, or speak with Fran Leonard at 321-727-0408.

Relay For Life: Relay for Life, Palm Bay, will be hosting a free Survivor/Caregiver Dinner Dance on Friday, April 17, 2015 at 6:00 p.m. The event will be located at Our Lady of Grace Parish Hall. Dinner will be catered by TexasRoadHouse. Registration is required. Please pick up a form from the church office.

Boxtops:  We are now collecting “box tops” for Palm Bay Elementary.  The school is able to use the box tops and labels from all sorts of products to earn money and vouchers to purchase supplies for the classroom.  Save your box tops and bring them to the Parish Hall.

Special Offering: Say a prayer and give a quarter (25¢) each day during Lent for the missions and outreach of our parish.  Quarter books are available in the Welcome Center and the Narthex.

Vacation Bible School: Mark your Calendar, please. Vacation Bible School will be held during the week of July 13-17, 2015. More Information will be available in the upcoming weeks. In His Service. Hyacinth.

The Way of the Cross and the Spirit continues with twelve small groups and the Sunday sermons.  There will be a special small groups celebration after Easter–with the opportunity for groups to start a new study for the Easter season.  The twelve groups include: 3 on Tuesday (Bell, Fullers, Byrd), 2 on Wednesday (Leacock and Leonard), 4 on Thursday (Hurst, KortiLeonardsSchmalhofer), 2 on Friday (Flowers and Naidus) and 1 on Saturday (Clunie)

Announcements March 8, 2015

Day Light Savings: Remember to turn your clocks forward (spring forward) one hour before Sunday morning so you can Get To The Church On Time.

The Way of the Cross and the Spirit  continues with twelve small groups and the Sunday sermons.  There will be a special small groups celebration after Easter–with the opportunity for groups to start a new study for the Easter season.  The twelve groups include: 3 on Tuesday (Bell, Fullers, Byrd), 2 on Wednesday (Leacock and Leonard), 4 on Thursday (Hurst, KortiLeonardsSchmalhofer), 2 on Friday (Flowers and Naidus) and 1 on Saturday (Clunie)

Today’s Coffee Hour:  The Dong Team will be hosting Coffee Hour during March under the theme: It’s All About Changing the World!  Each week will have a different display–come see today’s focus on the impact of our efforts on the Dong Believers.  

ECW is on the move again: ECW is collecting non-perishable food items for the sharing center.  This week we will collect canned soups, and canned, i.e. tuna, canned stew etc. Next week, peanut butter, jelly crackers etc. ECW would also like to take the opportunity to thank all who volunteered their time and donations for the annual Pancake Supper. Special thanks to Harold Clarke, Jerome McKenzie, Bob and David Leonard and Ray Martin for assisting with the set-up and clean up.

Prayer Walk: The Dong Team is conducting a special Prayer Walk on Saturday, March 21, from 3:00-4:30 p.m. All are invited to join in this special time of Lenten devotions.

Easter Flower: Easter Flower Memorials & Thanksgivings Donations for the Easter Flowers are now being accepted, and must be in by Sunday, March 22, in order to be included in the Easter bulletin. Please fill out the form below, and return it to the Parish Office before the deadline.

Ministries Calendar Meeting – March 9, 10:00 a.m.  All groups are invited to send a delegate to review and map out the parish calendar for the remainder of 2015.

Safeguarding God’s Children – March 14, 9 a.m.-1 p.m.  All adults with keys to the Church, who serve on the Vestry or in other formal leadership, and/or who regularly work with our parish children or teenagers are required to take this course.  Those who have already taken it, are invited to take a refresher!

Women’s Retreat at Canterbury: Women retreat and conference, Oviedo, Fl.  invites you to a retreat of Christian love and fellowship on April 17-19 at Canterbury. The principal speaker is Rachel Hauck, an award winning Christian novelist. Cost of the retreat is $172.00 double occupancy, $202.00 single occupancy including meals. Registration ends March 22. Space is limited so register early. This is always a blessed time and not to be missed. For registration information, see the poster on the bulletin board in the Parish Hall, or speak with Fran Leonard at 321-727-0408.

Singles Lunch: COOS luncheon group will visit The Grande Villa, 964 S. Harbor City Blvd, Melbourne, on Thursday, March 12. Lunch is $5.00 and will be followed by a tour of the facilities. Seating is limited. Lunch will be served at 1:00 p.m.

Relay For Life: Relay for Life, Palm Bay will be hosting a free Survivor/Caregiver Dinner Dance on Friday, April 17, 2015 at 6:00 p.m. The event will be located at Our Lady Of Grace Parish Hall. Dinner will be catered by TexasRoadHouse. Registration is required. Please pick up a form from the church office.

Boxtops:  We are now collecting “box tops” for Palm Bay Elementary.  The school is able to use the box tops and labels from all sorts of products to earn money and vouchers to purchase supplies for the classroom. Save your box tops and bring them to the Parish Hall.

Special Offering: Say a prayer and give a quarter (25¢) each day during Lent for the missions and outreach of our parish.  Quarter books are available in the Welcome Center and the Narthex.

Thank you: Many thanks to the kitchen help, the Ushers, those who contributed food, the choir and musicians and all who made the Black History Celebration a success.
–Judith Doyle.

Vacation Bible School: Mark your Calendar, please. Vacation Bible School will be held during the week of July 13-17, 2015. More Information will be available in the upcoming weeks.     –In His Service. Hyacinth.

Moving the Crucifix:  I have asked the Properties Team to move the Crucifix from behind the altar to hang on the wall over the Prayer Station in the south transept. I want to enhance the area around the prayer rail and the prayer candles, as well as to draw our focus to the Trumpet Cross over the altar. The Trumpet Cross has a trumpet on each of the four arms, as if to say, go and proclaim the Resurrection to the east and the west, the north and the south. The move also means that I will no longer be bumping the crucifix with the back of my head!  I hope that we will be able to accomplish this before Holy Week. Thank you. If you have questions or concerns, please come and speak with me.
–Loren+

Lost and Found:  Please check the Welcome Center if you are missing keys, glasses, gold chain, or a watch.

Announcements March 1, 2015

Lenten Series Booklets:  The Way of the Cross and the Spirit study guides are still available for both individuals and for groups.  Small Groups have already begun.  We are planning a small groups celebration after Easter.

  • Ruby Mae Bell       733-7424, Tues, 10:00 a.m.
  • Fullers                    676-4545, Tues, 11:00 a.m. 
  • Ray Byrd                727-3917, Tues, 11:30 a.m.
  • Carol Leacock       728-1012, Wed
  • David Leonard       Chick-fil-A, Wed, 6:00 p.m.
                                   Special invitation to those under the age of 40 
  • Leonards                727-0408, Thurs, 9:30 a.m.
  • Pat Hurst                723-8032, Thurs, 4:00 p.m. 
  • Julian Korti             729-9422, Thurs, 7:00 p.m.
  • Trish Schmalhofer  750-9310, Thurs, 7:00 p.m.
  • Flowers                   984-7684, Fri, 3:00 p.m. 
  • Naidu’s                    549-4090, Fri, 6:00 p.m.
  • Hyacinth Clunie      729-9422, Sat, 10:00 a.m.
                                     Special invitation to Jr. DOK and friends

Boxtops:  We are now collecting “box tops” for Palm Bay Elementary.  The school is able to use the box tops and labels from all sorts of products to earn money and vouchers to purchase supplies for the classroom.  Save your box tops and bring them to the Parish Hall.

Special Offering: Say a prayer and give a quarter (25⊄) each day during Lent for the missions and outreach of our parish.  Quarter books are available in the Welcome Center and the Narthex. 

Upcoming Meetings of Note

  • Properties Review – March 4, 3:00 p.m.
  • Ministries Calendar Meeting – March 9, 10:00 a.m.
  • Safeguarding God’s Children – March 14, 9 a.m. 

Women’s Retreat at Canterbury: The Women of Trinity, Melbourne and Church of Our Savior, invite you to a retreat of Christian love and fellowship on April 17-19 at Canterbury. The principal speaker is Rachel Hauck, an award winning Christian novelist. Cost of the retreat is $172.00 double occupancy, $202.00 single occupancy including meals. Registration will begin soon.

Singles Lunch: COOS luncheon group will visit The Grande Villa, 964 S. Harbor City Blvd, Melbourne, on Thursday, March 12. Lunch is $5.00 and will be followed by a tour of the facilities. Seating is limited . Reservations are necessary, and must be in by March 4. Lunch will be served at 1:00 p.m.

Prayer Walk: The Dong Team is conducting a special Prayer Walk on Saturday, March 21, from 3:00-4:30 p.m. All are invited to join in this special time of Lenten devotions.

Today’s Coffee Hour:  The Dong Team will be hosting Coffee Hour during March under the theme: It’s All About Changing the World!  Each week will have a different display; come see today’s focus on the impact of our efforts on the Dong Community.  

ECW is on the move again: ECW is collecting non-perishable food items for the sharing center.  This week we will collect canned soups, and canned meats (i.e., tuna), canned stew etc. Next week, peanut butter, jelly crackers etc. ECW would also like to take the opportunity to thank all who volunteered their time and donations for the annual Pancake Supper. Special thanks to Harold Clarke, Jerome McKenzie, Bob and David Leonard and Ray Martin for assisting with the set-up and clean up.         Mickey M.

Family Promise:  Thank you to all volunteers who recently hosted Family Promise. Thanks to those who contributed food and warm blankets; you can now pick them up in the Parish Hall.        Christine

 

Announcements Feb 22, 2015

Lenten Series Booklets:  The Way of the Cross and the Spirit study guides are still available for both individuals and for groups.  Small Groups have already begun, but it’s not too late to join a group or to start a group this week.

  • Leonard’s​​                  727-0408, Thurs9:30 a.m.
  • David Leonard​          Chick-fil-A, Wed6:00 p.m.
                                       Special invitation to those under the age of 40
  • Ruby Mae Bell ​         733-7424Tues10:00 a.m.
  • Trish Schmalhofer    750-9310, Thurs, 7:30 p.m.
  • Ray Byrd​​                    727-3917, Tues, 11:30 a.m.
  • Naidu’s​​                      549-4090, Fri, 6:00 p.m.
  • Fuller’s​​                      676-4545Tues11:00 a.m.
  • Hyacinth Clunie       729-9422Sat10:00 a.m.
                                      Special invitation to Jr. DOK and friends
  • Flower’s                   984-7684, Fri, 3:00 p.m.
  • Julian Korti​​              729-9422, Fri, 7:00 p.m.

Boxtops:  We are now collecting “box tops” for Palm Bay Elementary.  The school is able to use the box tops and labels from all sorts of products to earn money and vouchers to purchase supplies for the classroom.  Save your box tops and bring them to the Parish Hall.

Special Offering:  Say a prayer and give a quarter (25c) each day during Lent for the missions and outreach of our parish.  Quarter books are available in the Welcome Center and the Narthex. 

Upcoming Meetings of Note

  • Safeguarding God’s Children
  • Properties Review
  • Ministries Calendar Meeting

 

Lenten Study Series

The Way of the Cross and the Spirit is the title of our study for this season of Lenten. Booklets for this series are available in the Welcome Center. There are currently ten active study groups. If you wish to join a group, call the Welcome Center (723-8032) to determine which group is best for you. You may even organize your own study group. Listen to the sermon from February 15 that introduces this series: Sermon. Join us as we travel The Way of the Cross and the Spirit.

 

Announcements Feb 15, 2015

Lenten Series Booklets:  The Way of the Cross and the Spirit study guides are now available.  We have printed enough copies for both members and guests of the congregation to use for their personal Lenten reflections or together with one of the small groups. Groups start this week.

Shrove Tuesday: The ECW hosts the annual Pancake Supper on Tuesday, 4:30-6:00 p.m. Tickets are available at the door.

Ash Wednesday Quiet Day:  The Daughters of the King invite you to a day of reflection and prayer.  The theme will be The Way of the Cross.  Imposition of Ashes will be at 9:00am and at 6:00pm.

Black History Celebration:  Have you ever heard of Fort Mose?  Come and join us as Rev. Lorenzo Laws shares with us about this intriguing Fort that defended the north side of St. Augustine!  Saturday, February 28 at 1:00pm.

Boxtops:  We are now collecting “box tops” for Palm Bay Elementary.  The school is able to use the box tops and labels from all sorts of products to earn money and vouchers to purchase supplies for the classroom.  Save your box tops and bring them to the Parish Hall.

LEM Schedule: The quarterly schedule is available in the Welcome Center.

Absalom Jones Celebration: The Cathedral invites you to Festal Eucharist celebrating life of Absalom Jones, Saturday, February 21st starting at 10:00 a.m. The Rev. Dr. Martini Shaw, the current rector of Church of St Thomas, the congregation started by Absalom Jones, will be preaching. The Cathedral of St. Luke, 130 North Magnolia Ave. Orlando, FL, 32801.

Daughter of the King: The order of the DOK, in Lake Wales will be hosting a Quiet Morning on Saturday, February 21, with meditations led by Dcn. Joan Verret. Coffee will be served in the Parish Hall from 9-9:30 a.m. before Morning Prayer. Two meditations with time for reflection and for thosewho wish, quiet discussion. A light lunch for $3.00 will be available afterward. Reservations requested but not required. For more information please contact Renny Lloyd Prhys at 863-632-1595.

Congratulations to Neville and Ida.

 

Announcements Feb 8, 2015

Family Promise: Today we welcome our next group of Family Promise Guests who will be here February 8-15. Sign up in the Parish Hall or with christine.g.fpb@gmail.com  or Christine 775-3907 (leave message). There is a job for everyone, from hosting a dinner, hosting overnight, playing with the families on Saturday, or just donating food for breakfasts or lunches. Find out how you can help homeless families in Brevard find a permanent home. We also need to borrow about 7 twin or full blankets that you will get back in one week.

Lenten Series Booklets:  The Way of the Cross and the Spirit study guides are now available.  We have printed enough copies for both members and guests of the congregation to use for their personal Lenten reflections or together with one of the small groups.

Ash Wednesday Quiet Day:  The Daughters of the King invite you to a day of reflection and prayer.  The theme will be The Way of the Cross.  Imposition of Ashes will be at 9:00am and at 6:00pm.

Black History Celebration:  Have you ever heard of Fort Mose?  Come and join us as Rev. Lorenzo Laws shares with us about this intriguing Fort that defended the north side of St. Augustine!  Saturday, February 28 at 1:00pm.

Mark your calendar: ECW Pancake Supper will be held on February 17th, from 4:30-6:p.m.  A list of donated items is on the Parish Hall Bulletin Board. Tickets are $3.00 for adults and $1.50 for children under 10 years old. Tickets will be available later this month. For information please contact Mickey at 321-956-1590.

Boxtops:  We are now collecting “box tops” for Palm Bay Elementary.  The school is able to use the box tops and labels from all sorts of products to earn money and vouchers to purchase supplies for the classroom.  Save your box tops and bring them to the Parish Hall.

LEM Schedule: The quarterly schedule is now available in the box in the Welcome Center.

Singles Lunch: We will meet on Thursday, February 12; at 11:30 a.m. at Nomad Restaurant, 2002 South Harbor City Boulevard, Melbourne. Reservation is necessary. Please contact Jean at 724-8253.

Absalom Jones Celebration: The Cathedral invites you to Festal Eucharist celebrating life of Absalom Jones, Saturday, February 21st starting at 10:00 a.m. The Rev. Dr. Martini Shaw, the current rector of Church of St Thomas, the congregation started by Absalom Jones, will be preaching.

Daughter of the King: The order of the DOK, in Lake Wales will be hosting a Quiet Morning on Saturday, February 21, with meditations led by Dcn. Joan Verret. Coffee will be served in the Parish Hall from 9-9:30 a.m. before Morning Prayer. Two meditations with time for reflection and for those who wish, quiet discussion. A light lunch for $3.00 will be available afterward. Reservations requested but not required. For more information please contact Renny Lloyd Prhys at 863-632-1595.

 

Announcements Feb 1, 2015

Ash Wednesday Quiet Day:  The Daughters of the King invite you to a a day of reflection and prayer.  The theme will be The Way of the Cross.  Imposition of Ashes will be at 9:00am and at 6:00pm on February 18.

Black History Celebration:  Have you ever heard of Fort Mose?  Come and join us as Rev. Lorenzo Laws shares with us about this intriguing Fort that defended the north side of St. Augustine!  Saturday, February 28 at 1:00pm.

New Vestry Members: Congratulations to the new members of the Vestry team, Carol Leacock, Theresa Castrillo and Ken Salkeld

Special Invitation: Everyone in the congregation is invited to attend a SPECIAL SERVICE for the installation of two new Junior Daughters of the King tonight at the 5:00 p.m. service.  Please come and support these Daughters. You will be blessed. Thank you in advance Hyacinth.

Mark your calendar: ECW Pancake Supper will be held on February 17th, from 4:30-6:p.m.  A list of donated items is on the Parish Hall Bulletin Board. Tickets are $3.00 for adults and $1.50 for children under 10 years old. Tickets will be available later this month. For information please contact Mickey at 321-956-1590.

Boxtops:  We are now collecting “box tops” for Palm Bay Elementary.  The school is able to use the box tops and labels from all sorts of products to earn money and vouchers to purchase supplies for the classroom.  Save your box tops and bring them to the Parish Hall.

 Singles Lunch: Due to cancelation of last month’s luncheon, we will meet on Thursday, February 12; at 11:30 a.m. meet us at Nomad Restaurant, 2002 South Harbor City Boulevard, Melbourne. Reservation is necessary. Please contact Jean at 724-8253.

Healing Conference:  Pastor Sharon Lewis will be conducting a healing mission, Saturday February 7, 8:30am to 6:00pm, at Holy Trinity Church, Melbourne.  The theme will be Resurrection Power.

Absalom Jones Celebration: The Cathedral invites you to a Festal Eucharist celebrating the life of Absalom Jones, this Saturday, February 7, starting at 10:00am.  Rev. Dr. Martini Shaw, the current rector of St Thomas Church, will be preaching.

Family Promise: COOS next Host week starts NEXT SUNDAY! Feb. 8-15. Sign up in the Parish Hall or with christine.g.fpb@gmail.com  or Christine 775-3907 (leave message). There is a job for everyone, from hosting a dinner, hosting overnight, playing with the families on Saturday, or just donating food for breakfasts or lunches. Find out how you can help homeless families in Brevard find a permanent home. We also need to borrow about 7 twin or full blankets that you will get back in one week.

China Adventure Trip:  Applications are available for this year’s trip, June 14-26.  Please pray for the formation of the team:  interest has already been expressed by folks in Pennsylvania, Texas, South Carolina, Jacksonville and from within Central Florida.  Applications are due March 1, 2015.

 

Announcements Jan 25, 2015

Lenten Series 2015:  The Way of the Cross and the Spirit is the title of this year’s series–with small groups beginning during the week of February 16th.  Small groups in homes, at the Church, or at restaurants will meet for the six weeks of Lent.  The Sunday preaching will follow the same theme.  We are looking for hosts (groups are 3 to 10 persons):  would you consider being one?  For more information, see Fr. Loren.  Sign up for groups will begin next week.

Candidates for Vestry:  There are four nominees for Vestry this year:  Theresa Castrillo, Shirley Flowers, Carol Leacock, and Ken Salkeld.  A vote will be required to elect members to the Vestry:  three members to three three year terms and one to a one year term.  Ruth Wharton has resigned from the Vestry with one year remaining in her term.

Mabel Cooke’s Funeral:  The Service will begin at 11:00 am Monday at Church of Our Savior—followed by a collation at the Church.  The viewing will be at Fountainhead Funeral Home on Sunday evening.

Special Invitation: Everyone in the congregation is invited to attend a SPECIAL SERVICE for the installation of two new Junior Daughters of the King. The service will be held on February 1, 2015 at the 5:00 p.m service.  Please come and support these Daughters. You will be blessed. Thank you in advance Hyacinth.

Mark your calendar: ECW Pancake Supper will be held on February 17th, from 4:30-6:p.m.  A list of donated items is on the Parish Hall Bulletin Board. Tickets are $3.00 for adults and $1.50 for children under 10 years old. Tickets will be available later this month. For information please contact Mickey at 321-956-1590.

Boxtops:  We are now collecting “box tops” for Palm Bay Elementary.  The school is able to use the box tops and labels from all sorts of products to earn money and vouchers to purchase supplies for the classroom.  Save your box tops and bring them to the Parish Hall.

LEM Schedule: The quarterly schedule is now available in the box in the Welcome Center.

 Family Promise: One month until our next Host week. Feb. 8-15. Sign up in the Parish Hall or with christine.g.fpb@gmail.com. There is a job for everyone, from hosting a dinner, set up or take down for the week, hosting overnight, playing with the families on Saturday, or just donating food for breakfasts or lunches. Find out how you can help homeless families in Brevard find a permanent home. Contact above email or FamilyPromiseofBrevard.org  

Choir:   Choir practice this week will be held on Tuesday (1/28) at 7:00 pm.  We will be back to our normal schedules on Wednesday 2/5.  

China Adventure Trip:  Applications are available for this year’s trip, June 14-26.  Please pray for the formation of the team:  interest has already been expressed by folks in Pennsylvania, Texas, South Carolina, Jacksonville and from within Central Florida.  Applications are due March 1, 2015.