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Sunday–November 17
The 23rd Sunday after Pentecost
8 & 10 am Holy Eucharist, Church
K*I*D*S Worship during 10 am
6 pm AA Meeting


Lessons - Proper 28C, Track 1

Hymns
632 O Christ, the Word Incarnate
723 Isaiah the prophet has written of old
620 Jerusalem, my happy home


Serving
Lector 
8 am Gail Nattkemper
10 am Gene England, Kim Wagley 
Chalicist
10 am Sandy Bush
Sacristans 
8 am Bill Denton
10 am Jane Conner
Acolyte
10 am Mike Verdeyen

Ushers
10 am Linad Airhart, Randy Lambermont 
Counters
Gail Nattkemper, Bill Hughes
Calendar
Friday–November 15
Diocesan Convention in Bloomington

Rector Drew Downs, Deacon Deby Veach, delegates Sandy Bush and John Hegedus, and Alternate Bill Hughes will attend. 
12 Noon Manna from Seven Food Distribution
5-11 pm Lambda Chi will use our building: 
we cannot use the building during this time
Saturday–November 15
Diocesan Convention in Bloomington
Noon-11 pm Lambda Chi will use our building: we cannot use the building during this time

Sunday–November 17 
(left)
The 23rd Sunday after Pentecost
WednesdayNovember 20
6:30 pm Vestry Meeting
ThursdayNovember 21
12 Noon  Holy Eucharist, Chapel
7 pm AA Meeting
Friday–November 22
12 Noon Manna from Seven Food Distribution
Sunday–November 24
The Last Sunday after Pentecost
8 & 10 am Holy Eucharist, Church
K*I*D*S Worship during 10 am
6 pm AA Meeting

Flowers at the altar Sunday, November 17, are given to the Glory of God 
in loving memory of
Margaret and Byron Stockwell,
and in memory of Evelyn Giffel by Gail and Don Nattkemper.
 

Prayers
Anglican Communion— The Reformed Episcopal Church of Spain (Extra-Provincial to the Archbishop of Canterbury), The Rt Revd Carlos López-Lozano, Bishop of Spanish Reformed Episcopal Church
Diocese—Shared Ministry of St. John's, Washington and St. James, Vincennes, The Rev. Dennis Latta, The Rev. Mary Becker, Deacon; Dioceses of Brasilia, Haiti, and South Sudan
Our parish neighbors—Centenary United Methodist Church, Central Presbyterian Church, United Campus Ministries, Second Christian Church
Birthdays—Bill Streeter, Pat Engelland
Baptismal Anniversaries—Leah Myers, Kimberly Streeter
Candidate for Holy Orders—William Morris
Postulant—Joanna Benskin
Those who have asked our prayers—Sheila Carl, Sally Newlin, Ray Snyder, Linda Hegedus, Robin Rolt, Megan Price, Richard Hillier, Lorna Priddy, Steven Turner, Jonnee Western, Terry Persinger, John Bonner, Francis Hayden, Lane Clark, Martha Hafner, Eddie Hayden, Ellie Thomas


Ordination to the Diaconate
William Morris 
will be ordained to the 
Sacred Order of Deacons 
Thursday, December 12, 2019, 7 pm
Christ Church Cathedral, Indianapolis

Blessing Box: Interested in helping with the Blessing Box? See Sandy Bush
or Deby Veach after the service to see what you could bring or donate.  Some 
suggested items are Vienna sausages, potted meats, canned fruit, ready to eat 
soups, canned pasta, and canned vegetables. Pop top lids are preferred. 
We also need volunteers to fill the box during the week.
Quarters for Clean Clothes Ministry launders clothes for those in need and the homeless every Wednesday. Donation boxes for quarters are on the bulletin tables in the church.

International Human Rights Day
Death Penalty Convocation
A gathering on the eve of the first federal execution in 16 years to hear from voices in the death penalty abolition movement.

Attendance is FREE to all, but we ask that you still choose the "Free Registration" ticket option for our headcount. Also, we appreciate your donations and sponsorships to make this possible. You can choose from those ticket options as well.

Following the speaker's program (which runs 1:00-5:00 pm), there will be a press conference, and then a 6:00 pm short march and candlelight vigil to a symbolic location. Food and fellowship will follow back at the church at around 7:00 pm.

Speakers to include:
Sister Barbara Battista, Sisters of Providence
Abraham Bonowitz, Death Penalty Action
Chris Brown, Author of Child of Grace
Karen Burkhart, Indiana Abolition Coalition
Shane Claiborne, Red Letter Christians
Robert Dunham, Death Penalty Information Center
George Kain, Professor of Justice and Law Administration, Western CT State University
Bill Pelke, Founder, Journey of Hope...From Violence to Healing       
Krisanne Vaillancourt Murphy, Catholic Mobilizing Network to End the Use of the Death Penalty
Krissy Roth, Amnesty International USA
Rabbi Shmuly Yanklowitz, Uri L’Tzedek (invited)
John Zokovitch, Pax Christi USA
 

Monday, December 9, 2019 & Friday, December 13, 2019
Execution Vigil and Protest

Everyone is encouraged to attend the peaceful execution presence in Terre Haute at the prison.  Executions are scheduled for 7:00 am.  Starting at 5:00 am, the Federal Bureau of Prisons will bus protestors from Fairbanks Park in Terre Haute to the prison grounds for each execution. For those who prefer a warmer vigil, a concurrent indoor vigil will be held at the Sisters of Providence Church in nearby St Mary-of-the-Woods, IN. All are invited to attend either vigil presence.
More Information here
 

 
 
Diocesan Newsletter for November 13, 2019

St. Stephen's Episcopal Church
215 North Seventh Street
Terre Haute, Indiana 47807-3103
Phone: 812-232-5165
Web site: www.ststephensth.org
Worship times: Sunday at 8 & 10 am; Thursday at 12 noon

The Right Reverend Jennifer Baskerville-Burrows, Bishop of Indianapolis
The Reverend Drew Downs, Rector — rector@ststephensth.org
             Rector's cell phone — 770.755.8067
The Reverend Deborah J. Veach, Deacon — deacon@ststephensth.org
Dennis Dieken, Organist/Choirmaster/Secretary — officeadmin@ststephensth.org
Copyright © 2019 St. Stephen's Episcopal Church, All rights reserved.


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