OSL “Breaking Through the Darkness”: You are invited to this year’s Healing Mission on Saturday, October 8, with Pastor Carl Rivera. Pastor Carl has a powerful testimony as a retired NYPD police officer and first responder on 9/11.
- 8:00am Registration
- 9:00am Opening Session: Naming Your Darkness
- 10:45am Second Session: Seeking the Hope
- Noon Lunch
- 1:15pm Third Session: Experience New Freedom
- 1:45pm Healing Service & Eucharist
- Bring a friend & expect to see the power of God!
Calling All COOS Bakers for Scrumptious Desserts: Bishop Greg will be here for his official visit next week. The ECW is organizing the luncheon after the service with help from the Brotherhood of St Andrew. We are asking the ladies and men of our congregation to contribute one of your fantastic desserts! The sign-up sheet is in the Narthex. Thank you! Nancy O’Hara.
The Practical Book of James: How do you apply the Book of Leviticus to life today? The Book of James is the answer. Our study occurs on Wednesdays at 11:00am. We will be in the Church building this week. Open to any and all.
The Parish Hall: We are making a final push this week to finish the work before the Bishop comes. Volunteers are welcome to help. And, we ask that everyone be careful in the Hall while we continue to work in it.
Wanted: A new Chairman for the Annual Silver Tea held in December. Please consider taking the lead for this special event—the rest of us are ready to follow! If interested, call or talk with Barbara Kaufmann at (321) 953-1379. Thank You!
Daughters of the King: The scheduled training to become a Daughter of the King has been rescheduled for Monday, October 3, at 1:00pm in the Parish Hall at church.