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					                                 St. Anne’s Anglican Church


                                 Church News
                                                 August 30, 2009
                Learning to Live as Jesus Lived and to Do What Jesus Did

                                   Our Children & Our Youth
                                Child Care is in the Parent/child room just off the
                                patio. There is toddler care available during the first
                                and second service.


Children’s Church The Children’s Ministry is taking         The Youth Group meets on Wednesday evenings at
the month of August off from Children’s Church and          6:30 p.m. in the Youth Room.
Sunday School. They will resume on Sept. 6th



 Volunteers Needed for Interfaith Shelter                            Adult Education Class
          Sunday, Sept. 27, - Sunday, Oct. 11                   Wednesday afternoons and evenings.
The Winter Homeless Shelter will open at St. Anne’s early    1:00—2:30 p.m.—Teaching (starts Sept. 30)
this year. We are in need of may volunteers to help:                 6:00 p.m.—Soup Supper
1. Set-up – Sunday, after church, Sept. 27th.                      7:00—8:30 p.m.— Teaching
2. Provide supplies for breakfast & lunch
3. Provide dinners                                                   Beginning on Sept. 23rd.
4. One man and one woman
     to spend the night at St. Anne’s.                                   Life’s Healing Choices
5. Miscellaneous duties – laundry, etc.                      A special study of 8 principles from the Beati-
If you can help, please contact Joyce Wayman-760-918-         tudes taught by Jesus for spiritual renewal,
9559 or Jane Rost – 760-966-1372. Sign-up sheets will be            godly happiness, and healing.
available between services beginning Sept. 6..
                                                             The Br. Benno’s Auxiliary invites you to their Annual
                                                              Fashion Show and Luncheon on October 3, at the
             Shoe Box Ministry                               NCO Club Camp Pendleton. Call Vickie Squires at
  The “Back to School” sales are on and it’s a                760-724-7371 for reservations. All proceeds go to
really good time to buy small school items for our             maintain the Br. Benno’s two women’s shelters.
  Samaritan’s Purse Shoe Box Ministry serving
         needy children all over the world.                 Food Donations – Thank you
How to do it: Decide if the box is for a boy or a           to everyone who has donated
girl (and the age category) and pray for them as            food to help our people in
you fill the box. Use an empty shoe box (stan-              need. We are trying to provide
dard size please) or small plastic container. You           balanced meals for those in
can wrap the box (lid separately). Fill the box             need; contributions of canned
with a variety of gifts that will bring delight to the      fruits and vegetables would be an added bless-
child. Please donate $7.50 for the cost to distrib-         ing. We can also use fresh produce. Your gen-
ute the box. Drop the filled box at the church.             erous donations have benefitted many people in
                                                            our congregation. Please continue to donate.
Here are some suggestions: small cars, balls,
dolls, stuffed animals, kazoos, harmonicas, yo-                           Clothing Drive Ministry
yos, toys that light up or make noise (with extra           Each month St. Anne’s clothing ministry focuses on
batteries), jump ropes, pens, pencils, crayons or           one or two items to collect, but we welcome all clean
markers, stamps and ink pads, writing pads or               and re-usable donations. In July we asked for men’s
paper, solar calulators, coloring or picture books,         jeans and workpants. THANK YOU SAINT ANNE’S
toothbrush, toothpaste, mild bar soap in a plastic          for your generous response. In August/September
                                                            we are collecting back-to-school backpacks and
bag, comb, washcloth, wrapped candy, socks,
                                                            men’s’ shoes, sneakers and work boots. Please
hair clips, sunglasses, T-shirts, etc.                      contact Rosalind Marver at (760) 720- 9856 or Carol
                                                            Evans at (760) 434-6393
Small Groups Starting week of Sept. 21
Fellowship and spiritual growth in a caring envi-           Healing Service Tonight!
ronment. See Small Groups Options at the Wel-               Healing Service tonight, August
come Center on the patio. You can also find the
times and dates for existing small groups.                  30th at 7:00 p.m. in the church.
                                            The Centering Prayer sessions on Tuesday mornings now includes
             Aug. 30-Sept. 6                Lectio Divina. We use a designated Daily Reading from the monthly
                                            calendar followed by fellowship, faith sharing and intercessory prayer.
                                            All are welcome.
Sunday
8:00 a.m.    Traditional Service            CHC Information........................www.christianhealingcenter.net
9:00 a.m.    Radical Intercessory Prayer    Office Hours .........................................................................9 am to 12 pm T-F
9:30 a.m.    Fellowship Time                Christian Healing Center Office...................................................760-966-2956
10:00 a.m.   Family Service                 CHC Address ..............................1002 S. Coast Hwy., Oceanside, CA 92054
7:00 p.m.    Healing Service
Monday                                      Church Information                                                        www.saintanneschurch.net
6:30 a.m. Men’s Prayer Group                Office hours .................................................................9:00 am to 3:00 pm M-F
                                            Church Address...................................... 701 West St., Oceanside, CA 92054
Tuesday                                     Church Office ........................................................................ 760-966-2950
8:30 a.m. Centering Prayer Group            Fax .............................................................................................760-966-2953
9-12      Level I prayer training—CHC       Pastoral Emergency ...................................................................760-828-3321
                                            Church Office ...........................................churchoffice@saintanneschurch.net
Wednesday                                   Fr. Tony Baron ................................................... frtony@saintanneschurch.net
7:30 a.m. Listening Prayer                  Fr. Joe Rees......................................................... frjoe@saintanneschurch.net
All Day   Clergy/Staff Retreat              Rev. Dcn. Kirsten Gardner ............................ kgardner@saintanneschurch.net
6:30 p.m. Youth Group & Club 678            Ed Stubbs ................................................. edstubbs@saintanneschurch.net
                                            Children’s Ministries ................................... saintanneschildren@sbcglobal.net
Thursday                                    Hospitality – Candi Hamlow .......................... chamlow@saintanneschurch.net
6:30 a.m. Discipleship Group                Sports Ministry – Carol Evans............................................ getfit1@pacbell.net
5:30 p.m. Praise Team 2                     Small Groups – Sue Bentley ..........................SusanBentley@roadrunner.com
Friday                                      Youth- Linnie Phelps ...........................................................dicknlinnie@att.net

                                            Vestry Members
                                                                                      (Term Expires in 2010)
Saturday
                                            Linnie Phelps...............................................................................760-942-4873
9:30 a.m. Prayers & Squares
                                            Barry Montgomery.......................................................................760-237-6788
Next Sunday                                 Irene Archer.................................................................................760-643-9334
                                                                                     (Term Expires in 2011)
8:00 a.m. Traditional Service
                                            Jane Rost (Sr. Warden) ..............................................................760-966-1372
9:00 a.m. Radical Intercessory Prayer       Robin Bradley..............................................................................760-842-5434
9:30 a.m. Fellowship Time                   (Vacant term)
10:00 a.m. Family Service
                                                                                     (Term Expires in 2012)
Every Week                                  Connie Fowle (Jr. Warden) .........................................................760-630-8173
                                            Trish Snider .................................................................................760-434-4481
Men’s Monday Morning Prayer Meet-           (Vacant term)
ing at 6:30-7:15 a.m. in the library.
The men pray for our enemies and
those who hate us.
Centering Prayer/Lectio Divina -                                     Alex Hamlow
8:30-10:00 a.m. Tuesdays in the                 Alex Hamlow has stepped down from the Vestry for personal
church library.                                reasons. You can read his letter posted on the Vestry bulletin
“Listening Prayer” Wednesday morn-                        board or ask him questions in person.
ings at 7:30 a.m. Please join us as we
sit silently with God in prayer listening
for whatever He has to tell us. Eucha-                        Prayers & Squares
rist follows. Everyone is welcome.
Discipleship Group – Prayer and Bi-
                                                               Regular meeting
ble Study, Thursdays at 6:30 a.m. in
the Library.
                                                                  Saturday
Radical Intercessory Prayer– Sun-                               September 5th
days in the Library from 9:00–9:45
a.m. Anyone is welcome to come and
pray for the church, the world, and all
the prayer requests on their list. There                             Interfaith Community Services
are written prayers available for those
who may want to use them. Check the
                                                       Dedication of Veteran’s Housing
list on the Welcome Cart on Sunday.
                                              Interfaith Community Services encourages St. Anne’s parishioners to
Please feel free to add your prayer re-        attend the dedication of its completed, occupied 72-person homeless
quests to the list. We are a praying                                      veteran’s facility.
church!
Read Your Bible Every Day! – To
                                                      When: September 16, 2009 at 11”30 a.m.
help us with our Bible reading, there is      Where: Cesar Chaves Park (near 1234 Division St., Oceanside)
a calendar with all the daily readings
from the Book of Common Prayer in an                                  Free Lunch
easy to use format. You can pick yours
up on the table in the church lobby.                     Contact Walt Scheib, Jr., 760-754-5414
                                                  You will be impressed by this facility and its service to
                                                                North County’s Veterans.