The Week of May 7th 2007

Weekly Calendar:

Monday: May 7, 2007 Feria
Church Office Closed

Tuesday: May 8 Dame Julian of Norwich, c. 1417

Wednesday: May 9 St. Gregory of NazianzusBishop of Constantinople, 389
5:30 pm Holy Eucharist/Healing Service

Thursday: May 10 Feria

Friday: May 11 Feria

Saturday: May 12 Feria

Sunday: May 13 The Sixth Sunday of Easter
9:30 am Adult Sunday School in the Library
9:30 am "Older" Children's Sunday School in the Parish Hall
9:30 am Choir Practice
10:30 am "Younger" Children's Sunday School in the Education Building
10:30 am Holy Eucharist
12:00 pm Coffee & Goodies in the Parish Hall


Ancient Treasures of the Holy Land in Dallas:
Experience the Ancient Treasures of the Holy Land, the largest and most breathtaking collection of Holy Land antiquities to come to the United States. This two-hour, walk-through exhibit, which includes portions of the Dead Sea Scrolls, is coming to Dallas Fair Park March 14 – July 28.Exhibit HoursSunday – Thursday: 10 a.m. – 7 p.m. Friday and Saturday: 10 a.m. – 9 p.m. To order group or individual tickets, contact John Wade (866-698-5333 or or go to

All Saints Camp:
418 Stanton Way, Pottsboro is now accepting registrations for Summer Camp 2007 that will carry the theme, "Listen! God is Calling." All Saints invites people of all ages to spend a week surrounded by God's creation and listening for God's call among the stately trees and wave-lapped shores. They have a camp for every age. Come join them! For more information about the summer camp schedule, go to

ACN "Good News Initiative

"The Anglican Communion Network (ACN) has formally launched the Good News Initiative, which will bring a renewed focus on evangelism to all its members. The initiative will concentrate on training events throughout the U.S. aimed at equipping local clergy and lay leaders to reach out effectively with the life-changing gospel of Jesus Christ. The Rev. Cn. Dr. Michael Green has committed the remainder of 2007 to the Network as chief trainer and head of the core team, which will consist of Dr. Green and his wife, Rosemary; the Rt. Rev. Keith Ackerman, bishop of the Network's Diocese of Quincy; the Rev. Cn. Daryl Fenton, ACN's chief operating officer; Mrs. Jenny Noyes, ACN's coordinator of communications; and our own Missioner for Evangelism, Ms. Carrie Boren. The first Good News training event will take place May 18 – 20, 2007 at the Pro Cathedral Church of St. Clement in El Paso, TX. Bishop Ackerman's Diocese of Quincy is hosting a diocesan-wide "Good News" evangelism training June 7 – 10. Network parish Christ Church in Savannah, GA, has offered to host a parish evangelism weekend in October. Training events targeting clergy will also take place sometime in the future. The ACN will continue to publicize evangelism-training events, as details become firm. If you would like to host an event, please contact Jenny Noyes (412-325-8900 or

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