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St. William Catholic Church
June 9, 2013
Tenth Sunday in Ordinary Time
Chapel of the Holy Cross
Capilla de la Santa Cruz
1534 Whitesville Road, Albertville, AL 35950
Mass Times/horario de Misas:
Tuesday, Wednesday & Friday
Martes, miércoles y viernes bilingual 6:00 pm
Saturday Misa de Vigilia bi-lingual
6:00 pm
Sunday/domingo en Español
8:30 am & 11:00 am
Adoration of the Blessed Sacrament/Adoración
Saturday/sábado 7:00 p.m.
Hispanic Ministry
Ministerio Hispano
Fr. Joe Lody
256-891-0550 x102
St. William Catholic Church
929 Gunter Avenue
Guntersville, AL 35976
www.stwilliamchurch.com
Mass Times
Daily Mass
Monday—Saturday
Saturday
Sunday
8:30 am
5:00 pm
8:30 & 11:00 am
Confession - Saturday 3:45-4:30 pm or by Appointment
Pastor
Fr. Tim Pfander
256-582-4245 x103
[email protected]
Saint William Church Office
Office Hours
Phone
Fax
Monday - Friday 9:00 am - 1:00 pm
256-582-4245
256-582-7954
Office Manager
Phone
Email
Office address
Laura Hodge
256-582-4245 ext. 102
[email protected]
929 Gunter Avenue
Guntersville, AL 35976
Parish School of Religion
Office Hours
DRE
Coordinator
Phone
Email
Monday - Wednesday 9:00 am - 1:00 pm
Mary’s House
Yolanda Nieto
Debbie Klan
256-582-4245 ext. 104
[email protected]
[email protected]
Deacon/Diácono
Rev. Mr. Edwin Santos
256-878-9973
256-738-6153
[email protected]
Centro Office Hours
Centro de la Vida Horario de Oficina
256-891-0550 256-279-0169
Director/Directora - Maria López
Closed/cerrado Monday
Tuesday/martes 9:00 am - 1:00 pm & 4:00 pm - 6:00 pm
Wednesday/miércoles 9:00 am - 1:00 pm & 4:00 pm - 6:00 pm
Thursday/jueves 9:00 am - 1:00 pm & 4:00 pm - 6:00 pm
Friday/viernes 9:00 am - 1:00 pm & 4:00 pm - 6:00 pm
Saturday/sábado 9:00 am - 1:00 pm
Sunday/domingo 9:30 am - 11:30 am
Office hours and confession for Fr. Lody
Horario de Oficina y confesiones por Padre Joe
Tuesday/martes
4:00 pm - 5:45 pm
Wednesday/miércoles 10:00 am - 12:00 & 4:00 - 5:45 pm
Thursday/jueves
por cita
Friday/viernes
10:00 am - 12:00 & 4:00 - 5:45 pm
St. William Parish Church Clubs and
Organization Contact Information
Music coordinator/Coordinador de Música
Kevin McGarrahan
256-586-6784
St. Vincent de Paul
Tim Higgins
*for Assistance
256-582-4245 ext. 201
RENEW
Mary Fritts
256-582-7389
Ladies Sodality
Jeanette Seppamaki
256-656-0662
Knights of Columbus
Council 12618
Paul McKinney 256-878-2376
Assembly 3328
Sean Landry
256-878-0966
Marshall County Homeless Ministry
Janice Slaughter
256-582-7609
Respect Life
Judith Hyatt
Alice Beck
256-200-0148
256-593-4764
Young at Heart
Helen Befort
256-891-0680
Parish School of Religion
Pre-K through 8th Grade
Children age 4 through 15. Catholic Youth Formation meets on
Sundays in Mary’s House from 9:45 am to 10:45 am. Please see
the calendar for the full schedule.
Senior Youth Catechism
High School Catechism is held each Sunday in Angel House from
9:45 am to 10:45 am. Please see the calendar for the full schedule.
Adult Formation/RCIA
Interested in learning about the Catholic Faith? Classes meet on
Tuesday at 7:00 pm in Craven Hall. Please see the calendar for
the full schedule.
Sacraments
Capilla de la Santa Cruz
Grupos, Organizaciones, y Información
Coros
Coro Santa Cruz: Ensayo los viernes a las 6 pm en la Capilla.
*Coordinador: Raúl Garduño, 256-558-5286
Coro Alabanza y Gloria: Ensayo los jueves a las 6 pm en el
centro. *Coordinador: Tomás Ackerman, 251-402-3626
Coro Fuego Divino: Ensayo los viernes a las 6 pm en el centro.
*Coordinador: Eredín Díaz, 256-558-6340
Catecismo
Preparación para la recepción de los sacramentos y para el crecimiento en la fe. Clases los viernes, sábados y domingos en el
centro. Se requiere dos años de clase para la recepción de la
Primera Comunión y para Confirmación. Para la recepción de
Comunión el/la estudiante necesita tener 7 años de edad antes
del primero de octubre. Para empezar la clase del primer año
de Confirmación, necesita tener 12 años antes del primero de
octubre. Y para la recepción de Confirmación, necesita tener 13
años antes del primero de octubre.
*Contacte: María López o Yolanda Nieto, 256-891-0550
Clases de Crecimiento. Para los jóvenes y adultos que quieren aprender más de su fe. “Cuando era niño, hablaba como
niño, pensaba y razonaba como niño. Pero cuando me hice
hombre, dejé de lado las cosas del niño” (1 Corintios 13:11).
*Coordinador: Santiago Vásquez, 256-960-7095
Sacramentos
Cursos Pre-Matrimoniales. Dichoso quien ama de corazón
los Mandatos del Señor. Anímate a recibir la bendición de Dios
en tu matrimonio. Te esperamos.
*Contacte: Diácono Edwin y Paola Santos, 256-738-6103
Clases Pre-Bautismal. Cada segundo sábado del mes a las
11:00 de la mañana.
*Para más información contacte:
María López 256-891-0550
Preparación Quinceañeras. Son solamente tres veces al año.
*Para más información contacte: Ramona Solís, 256-302-1385
Grupos
Grupo Juvenil Reuniones Miércoles 10:00 am a 12:00 pm, y
Domingos 5:00 pm a 7:00 pm
*Contacte: Maricela Nieto, 256-572-6613
Weddings
Couples must contact Fr. Tim at least 6 months prior to setting a
wedding date at the parish.
Caballeros de Colón
*Contacte: Joe Castillo, 256-744-0232
Luis Rivera, 256-630-4395
Baptisms
Please contact Fr. Tim for schedules and preparation information.
Grupos de Oración. “Eran asiduos a la enseñaza de los Apóstoles, a la Convivencia fraterna a la fracción del pan y a las
oraciones” (Hechos 2:42). Domingos desde las 2 p.m. hasta las
5 p.m. en la capilla.
*Coordinador 1: Baltazar Zamarripa, 256-293-2599
*Coordinador 2: Pedro González, 256-486-7890
Quinceañera
Participants must have received Confirmation or have been prepared for Confirmation. Contact the Pastor 3 months prior to the
event.
Bulletin Deadline
Monday 12:00 pm
Comité Organizador de los Eventos de la Iglesia
*Contacte: Rosalinda Vega, 256-572-1642
Respect Life
Judith Hyatt
As for those who work in the medical profession, they
ought to neglect no means of making all their skill available to the sick and dying; but they should also remember
how much more necessary it is to provide them with the
comfort of boundless kindness and heartfelt charity. Such
service to people is also service to Christ the Lord, who
said: “As you did it to one of the least of these my brethren, you did it to me” (Mt. 25:40).
~ The Congregation for the Doctrine of the Faith, “Declaration on
Euthanasia,” May 5, 1980
If you still have a Pro-Life Baby Bottle,
please return it to basket located in the
vestibule. We ask that you return them,
preferably full but empty if necessary so
new ones won’t have to be purchased for
next year.
HOPE AND LIFE
Today’s readings tell the story of two widows. The
first reading relates the plight of the widow with whom
the prophet Elijah stayed; the Gospel tells about the
widow of Nain. In each story, the widow’s only son had
died. For people who lived in those cultures, the son was
the only support of a widow, and the carrying on of the
family name by the son was equal to immortality. A
widow whose only son has died could lose all hope.
Elijah and Jesus are the restorers of hope; they bring
the sons back to life. Saint Paul was metaphorically raised
from the dead when he experienced the conversion and
call from God that he describes in today’s second reading.
What are Christians called to do today? We may not
be able to raise the dead, but perhaps we can rekindle
hope for a single parent. We may not be able to convert a
persecutor like Paul, but if we speak the gospel openly
and gently with our lives, we might touch a life with the
Good News.
The grace of God is a mystery. In fact, “Everything
is grace.” Perhaps because everything is grace, it
is all the more mysterious to us. Sometimes, events
and people in our lives may strain our faith to see
how these events, these people, are graces to us. But the perspective of the years very often does enable us, especially if we
are sufficiently humble, to see that these events, these people,
were in fact real graces to us. If we are to rejoice in the grace of
God—grace means favor, gift,—we must have eyes that see
and ears that hear. And that demands a reflective heart which
has a capacity for wonder. But there can be no wonder in our
lives without silence, for it is only in silence that we can marvel
at the grace of God, without which we can do nothing.
(McCullen, Deep Down Things, p. 56)
TREASURES FROM OUR TRADITION
Today we return to using the green vestments of Ordinary Time on Sundays. Changing colors give a sense of
the progress of faith through the seasons of life. For centuries, the number of colors and the reasons underlying
them were left to local custom.
Over time, we settled on six colors to express the
character of a day or season: white, red, green, violet,
black, and rose. Black is seldom seen these days, replaced
by white or violet. Rose, really a dusty pink shade, appears at most twice a year. What does the color green suggest to you? Green is new growth, olives, evergreens,
glistening emeralds, ripening pears, and fields at high
summer. It suggests renewal, healing, fertility, peace, and
harmony. In medieval Europe, green was the favorite
color for brides! Did you know that drivers of green cars
are the least likely to be stopped for speeding? Is it because of their own feelings of harmony and well being, or
because law enforcement officers are filled with serenity
when they see a green car whiz by? Take out a paint chart
today and marvel at the many hues and names of green.
The Church figured it out centuries ago: color really
matters.
—James Field, Copyright © J. S. Paluch Co.
All children ages 4-12 are invited to attend the SonWest Roundup Vacation Bible
School. VBS begins on Sunday, June 16th
at 5:00 pm till 8:30 pm and runs through
Friday, June 21st. Registration forms are
located in the vestibule of the church.
Please contact Debbie Klan at 256-5824245 or [email protected] for
additional information.
ST. WILLIAM
LADIES SODALITY
TRASH TO TREASURE
RETURNS THIS FALL
COMING
THIS FALL
The St. William Ladies Sodality will again host their annual
Trash to Treasure sale in Craven Hall this fall. If you have
gently used household items, toys, linens, home décor, lawn &
garden, etc. that you would like to donate for the sale, please
bring by the church office during regular business hours. Space
is limited, so if you have furniture or large items to donate
please contact Janice Slaughter at 256-582-7609.
**NO SHOES OR CLOTHING WILL BE ACCEPTED**
Decimo Domingo del Tiempo Ordinario
San Bernabé San Antonio de Padua Santa María Virgen Día de la Bandera
ESPERANZA Y VIDA
Las Escrituras del hoy nos cuentan la historia de dos
viudas. La primera lectura relata la difícil situación en la
que vivía la viuda con la que el profeta Elías se quedó y el
Evangelio cuenta la historia de la viuda de Naín, en cada
una de estas historias cada viuda el hijo único de ellas
murió. En la cultura de esos países en ese tiempo, el hijo
era el sustento para la viuda y quien además continuaba la
descendencia familiar que era igual a la inmortalidad. La
viuda cuyo único hijo hubiera muerto perdía toda esperanza.
Elías y Jesús son los restauradores de esperanza; ellos
devuelven la vida a sus hijos. San Pablo, metafóricamente
hablando, revivió de la muerte a la vida cuando él se convirtió después de la llamada de Dios de la que él habla en
la segunda lectura.
¿A qué están llamados los cristianos hoy en día?
Quizá no podemos revivir de la muerte, pero quizá podemos reanimar la esperanza de un padre o una madre soltera. Quizá no podemos convertir a un perseguidor como
Pablo, pero si abiertamente hacemos vida el Evangelio en
nuestras vidas, podríamos tocar una vida con la Buena
Nueva.
Taller de Protección de Menores
La Diócesis de Birmingham patrocinará un
Taller de Protección de Menores el viernes,
el 21 de junio en el Centro de la Capilla de la
Santa Cruz de las 6:00 pm a las 9:00 pm.
Todos los adultos que están en contacto con jóvenes
menores, o pueden estar a solas con estos jóvenes, en su
ministerio están obligados a asistir a este taller cada tres
años. Se define “menores” como cualquier persona menor de 18 años de edad. Estos ministerios incluyen, pero
no están limitados a, aquellos que tienen contacto con
los menores en la liturgia (los monaguillos, los lectores,
los miembros del coro), los grupos de oración, los grupos
de jóvenes, los catequistas, las organizaciones de servicio, etc. Se requiere que todos estos adultos cumplir con
el taller para participar en un ministerio que incluye menores. Se ofrece este taller en otras partes de la Diócesis
durante el año, pero éste se presentará aquí por su conveniencia y será en español.
El taller está abierto sólo a adultos; ningún niño menor de
18 años puede asistir.
Para inscribirse, por favor llame a la Sra. María López en
la oficina de la capilla (251-891-0550) durante las horas
normales de operación antes del 19 de junio.
LOS SANTOS Y OTRAS
CELEBRACIONES
Domingo: Decimo Domingo del
Tiempo Ordinario
Martes: San Bernabé
Jueves: San Antonio de Padua
Viernes: Día de la Bandera
Sábado: Santa María Virgen
TRADICIONES DE NUESTRA FE
El día 9 de junio del año 1597, falleció el jesuita José
de Anchieta proveniente de las Islas Canarias, España.
Este santo “apóstol de Brasil” fue beatificado en 1980
gracias a sus grandes esfuerzos humanitarios, literarios y
evangelizadores en Brasil. Llegó a Brasil en 1553 donde
aprendió Tupí, el idioma de los nativos. Enseñaba a los
indígenas, evangelizándolos con la doctrina cristiana y
educándolos en historia, filosofía y medicina. Eventualmente fundó el Colegio Jesuita de São Paulo de Piratininga donde tuvo la audacia de educar, junto a los hijos de
los nativos, los hijos de los portugueses. Para este esfuerzo escribió muchos libros y manuales, cosa que le mereció ser el primer escritor en Brasil.
Además de ser un escritor prolífico, este misionero
dedicó su vida a predicar el Evangelio en Brasil, país que
cruzó a pie, fundando pueblos y escuelas para los indígenas cristianos. Estos le llamaban el “santo volador” por la
velocidad con que caminaba. Su celo por el Evangelio lo
motivaba a seguir caminando. Como dice el profeta Isaías: “Que hermosos son los pies del que trae buena nuevas” (Isaías 52:7).
—Fray Gilberto Cavazos-Glz, OFM, Copyright © J. S. Paluch Co.
SIN UN COMIENZO
No tengas miedo que tu vida se termine, sino más bien
teme que tu vida nunca tenga un comienzo.
—John Henry Newman
Minister’s Schedule (schedule available online at www.stwilliamchurch.com)
June 15-16
Lectors
Kevin McGarrahan
Tony Sorcic
Servers
Zack Summers
Saturday
5:00 pm
Ministers of Communion
Robert Crowell
Linda Hodge
John Bannan
Ushers
Norb Patla
Sean Landry
Sunday
8:30 am
Paul McKinney
Shawn O’Harra
Ken Hall
Finie Higgins
Lorraine Armstrong
Jake Fennimore
Grace Fennimore
Kevin Young
William Busic
Jackie Todd
Cindy Hammond
Kristen Skaziak
Anthony Lopez
George Uchaker
Lectors
Norb Patla
Denis Liederbach
Servers
Erin Summers
Al Summers
Rickey Hammond
John Eason
Jimmy Chavez
Ushers
Flo Stamm
John Bannan
Sunday
8:30 am
Kay Nolan
Eden Yutiamco
Tina Hoang
Ministers of Communion
Bev Sorcic
Robert Crowell
Virginia Witherspoon
Derry Ewing
Bethany Merrill
Zenaida Pua
Jeff McLaughlin
Tony Hoeppner
Breanna Laski
Amanda Lee
Jackie Todd
Dale Lee
Harold Davis
Sunday
11:00 am
Mary Traynor
Kristen Skaziak
Mary Rusk
Nancy Curtin
Eden Yutiamco
Kathryn Hammond
Halie Uchaker
Cindy Hammond
Mark Etu
Jimmy Lester
Lectors
Tony Sorcic
Virginia Witherspoon
Servers
Zack Summers
Saturday
5:00 pm
Ministers of Communion
Billie Simpson
Kevin McGarrahan
John Bannan
Ushers
Gene Doyle
Norb Patla
Sunday
8:30 am
Lupe Kirby
Sandy Whitaker
Terri Rushing
Chris Andreae
Jessica Lee
Emma Reed
Matthew Laski
Kevin Young
Jackie Todd
William Busic
Sunday
11:00 am
Nick Kirst
Gayle Eason
James Curtin
Cindy Hammond
Chris Wallace
Matthew Skaziak
Maggie Skaziak
Joseph Snead
Vinnie Riggs
Patrick Hammond
Sunday
11:00 am
June 22-23
Saturday
5:00 pm
June 29-30
www.stwilliamchurch.com
Welcome
To St. William Catholic Church
New to the parish? Missed mass last week? Visit our website.
Bulletins are posted weekly and then archived so you have
ready access to all previous publications. The calendar of
events for both churches is posted online and is updated daily.
You can also register your family if you are new to the parish
or register your children for religious education classes for the
next school year. If there is something you would like to see
on our website, please, contact the church office.
Renew
Please join the Renew Group every
Tuesday at 1:00 pm in the Angel House.
The Renew group studies different aspects of the Catholic Faith such as
“Women in the Bible”, Psalms”, and “The Holy Spirit”.
If you are interested in joining the group or would like
more information please call Mary Fritts at 256-5827389 or Gerri Augustin at 256-293-8648.
To become a member of St. William Catholic Church, please complete one of our registration forms located:
At the entrances of the church, in the parish office, on our website at www.stwilliamchurch.com or you may complete
the form below and we will mail you one. Welcome to the parish!
CURRENT MEMBERS PLEASE USE THIS FORM TO UPDATE ADDRESS, PHONE, OR EMAIL INFO
Place this form in the offering basket or mail to the church office at:
St. William Catholic Church, 929 Gunter Avenue, Guntersville, AL 35976
Name________________________________________________________
Address______________________________________________________
City__________________________________State_________ZIP_______
Email________________________________________________________
I would like to join St. William Catholic Church. Please send me a registration form.
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St. William Calendar of Events
Sun, Jun 09, 2013
9:30 AM
Music Rehearsal
St. William
3:30 PM
Dance Class
Craven Hall
Mon, Jun 10, 2013
Tue, Jun 11, 2013
1:00 PM
Renew
Angel House
Wed, Jun 12, 2013
6:30 PM
Seafood Festival Meeting
Craven Hall
Thu, Jun 13, 2013
Fri, Jun 14, 2013
Sat, Jun 15, 2013
12:00 PM
Quinceanera
St. William
4:30 PM
Rosary
St. William
Sun, Jun 16, 2013
All Day
Craven Hall Reserved
9:30 AM
Music Rehearsal
St. William
5:00 PM
Vacation Bible School
Craven Hall
Mon, Jun 17, 2013
All Day
Craven Hall Reserved
5:00 PM
Vacation Bible School
Craven Hall
7:00 PM
Society of St. Vincent de Paul
Mary's House
Tue, Jun 18, 2013
All Day
Craven Hall Reserved
1:00 PM
Renew
Angel House
5:00 PM
Vacation Bible School
Craven Hall
Wed, Jun 19, 2013
All Day
Craven Hall Reserved
5:00 PM
Vacation Bible School
Craven Hall
Capilla de la Santa Cruz Calendario de Eventos
domingo 9 de junio
2:00 PM
5:00 PM
lunes 10 de mayo
6:30 PM
Grupo de Oración
Capilla
Grupo de Jóvenes
Centro - Sala Grande
Clase de Guitarra
Centro
martes 11 de mayo
4:30 PM
6:30 PM
Confesiones
Rosario
miércoles 12 de mayo
10:00 AM
10:00 AM
4:30 PM
Confesiones
Grupo de Jóvenes
Confesiones
jueves 13 de mayo
4:00 PM
6:30 PM
viernes 14 de mayo
4:30 PM
6:30 PM
6:30 PM
sábado 15 de mayo
5:30 PM
7:00 PM
domingo 16 de mayo
2:00 PM
5:00 PM
lunes 17 de mayo
6:30 PM
martes 18 de mayo
4:30 PM
6:30 PM
Juntos por cita
Choir/Ensayo del coro
Centro - Sala Pequeña
Confesiones
Choir/Ensayo del coro
Centro - Sala pequeña
Grupo de Intercesiones
Rosario
Capilla
Adoración
Grupo de Oración
Capilla
Grupo de Jóvenes
Centro - Sala Grande
Clase de Guitarra
Centro
Confesiones
Rosario
Volunteer opportunity with Community Service hours Catholic Engaged Encounter is holding its bi-annual district convention June 28-30, 2013, at the Huntsville Marriot on the grounds
of the US Space & Rocket Center. We are looking for volunteers to help with childcare, facility, and hospitality. Anyone helping with childcare will be required to take the Diocesan Youth
Protection workshop. Community Service hours can be certified for anyone needing
them. This is a great opportunity for teens.
Would you like to attend the Convention? The CEE Convention is open to anyone involved or interested in a marriage prep or
marriage enrichment ministry. For more information about volunteering or attending, please contact Steve & Kristi AuBuchon at
[email protected] or 256-998-1416. Stewardship Report
Needed Each Week
Offertory
Mortgage Payment per Month
Building Fund Collections Current Month
Building Fund Food Sales Current Month
Parish Debt
Poor Box
Matthew 25: “I was sick and you visited me.”
$
$
$
$
$
$
$
9,970
8,218
12,294
2,113
0
586,541
151
Mass Intentions/Intenciones de la Misa
June 1-9, 2013
Saturday, June 8th
5:00 pm St. William - Justin Ehman, RIP
If you or a loved one is sick or hospitalized and would like a
visit from a priest, please contact the office at (256) 5824245 or via e-mail. They will be happy to arrange a visit.
St. William Prayer List
Parishioners
Rosemary Chavez
Denis Liederbach
Kristen Buchanan
Jackie Todd
Stuart Howell
Libby Rodman
Shelvy Landry
Ginny Moore
Lawrence Lee
Donna Mitchell
Kevin Young
Our homebound parishioners
Gloria & Rodolfo Rabin
Bob Carriatore
Anna Caliguire
Dottie Browne-Peck
Larica Clark
Marlene Matuszak
Mark Etu
Jeanette Andrews
Dolores Garbowicz
Flo Powers
Sally Goerss
Carmen Collazo
Friends and Family
Sunday, June 9th
8:30 am Chapel - St. William Parishioners
Monday, June 10th
8:30 am St. William - Lillian Reavis, RIP
Tuesday, June 11th
8:30 am St. William - Fr. George Dyer, O.P., RIP
Wednesday, June 12th
8:30 am St. William - Justin Ehman, RIP
Thursday, June 13th
8:30 am St. William - Agnes Smith, RIP
Ramona Roberts
John Whalen
Rusty Stahl
Marc Greenwood
Madeline & Miller Arnold
Linda Devers
Marilyn McCarron Hinchee
Margaret Almond
Jeanne Hennon
Leonard Knight
Joseph Jacaruso
Chris Sullivan
Dan & Patricia Curtin
Michael Agola
Sarah Chase
Those Recovering from Surgery
Mildred Stroud
Ken Badolato
Paula Kretzschmar
Noah Zabat
Caleb Zabat
Charles Lee Snyder
Ray Gilday
Linda Davis
Celeste Ford
Walter Huskey
Jaymie Antuaco
Tom Hodges
Martilia Fields
Lisa Bates
Julius J. Befort
Our Soldiers Stationed Overseas
Friday, June 14th
Saturday, June 15th
8:30 am St. William - Pro-Life Intentions
Sunday, June 16th
8:30 am St. William - Eloisa Chavez Martinez, RIP
11:00 am Chapel - St. William Parishioners
You changed my mourning into
dancing;
O Lord, my God, forever will I
give you thanks.
~Psalm 30:12, 13
DONATION ENVELOPES
We would like to offer parishioners and
other interested parties the opportunity
to make a monetary donation to our festival fund. Those parishioners who are
not available to participate as festival
volunteers are especially encouraged to
make a contribution.
Envelopes are
available in the pews and in the vestibule.
Festival Meeting
Schedule
All start at 6 pm
in Craven Hall
June 12
July 10
August 14
August 28
RAFFLE TICKETS for the 2013 Seafood Festival are
available in the vestibule. Prizes this year
are all cash:
$1000, $500, and $250.
Tickets are $2.00 each or 6 for $10.00.
Sold ticket stubs and money may be
returned to the raffle box located
in the vestibule. Additional tickets
are available in the back of the church
or in the church office.
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