NeverTheLess - April 10, 2016

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NeverTheLess – April 10, 2016

TODAY

WELCOME TO ALL, especially if you are visiting.

WELLNESS COMMITTEE – AGING PRESENTATION: Immediately following the 10:00 am service our mini-series on “Issues of Aging” begins in Brydon Hall. This morning we will look at “Getting the Most Out of Your Medicare.” Future topics will include “Advanced Care Planning,” and “Understanding Dementia.” If there are other topics on aging you would like to have addressed, please speak to a member of the Wellness Committee: Bobbie Street, Betsy Snipes, Tammie May, Ricki Carson, Pat Jordan, Aleta Meyer, Lula Hopkins.

YOU’RE INVITED Please join Dani Petitt and her family in Brydon Hall at 11:30 for coffee and light refreshments, and then for the interment of Ron Petitt, which follows at 12:30 pm, in the St. James The Less Memorial Garden. All are welcome.

SESQUICENTENNIAL

Join St. James the Less on Sunday, May 22, as we celebrate our Sesquicentennial Birthday! We'll start the celebration at our 10 am Eucharist and continue with a catered luncheon immediately following the service. We'll include a bit of history and a lot of fun...for all ages! All current and former priests, deacons, parishioners, and friends of St. James the Less, including Region 11 church members, are invited. Don’t miss the chance to celebrate this monumental anniversary and to hear guest preacher, the Rev. Canon Pat Wingo, Canon to the Ordinary for the Episcopal Diocese of Virginia.

HOW YOU CAN PARTICIPATE IN THE SESQUICENTENNIAL Attend the festivities! Please remember to RSVP to Margaret Rush (mrush@stjamestheless.com) Tell our youth how much you love SJTL! (See below.) If you'd like to financially support our celebration, we are offering a variety of fundraising opportunities:  sponsorships are available at multiple levels;  you can pre-order sesquicentennial commemorative merchandise: o notecards or a print of the Vicky Bickel sketch of St. James the Less ($10 for a packet of ten cards or one frame-worthy print); o commemorative coffee mugs ($6/each) and/or o Snow White Inn BBQ ($12/lb.). Complete information on events, sponsorships, and merchandise is on our Sesquicentennial page: http://www.stjamestheless.com/content/st-james-less-sesquicentennial You can also place orders for Snow White Inn BBQ at Information Central.

REQUEST FOR AN INTERVIEW. The high school youth group has been asked to create a video montage of what parishioners say they like about St. James the Less and of special memories parishioners want to share. Over the next few Sundays, you may be asked by a high school student for an interview that will contribute to this footage. Everyone will be able to view the complete montage at our Sesquicentennial Celebration. We hope you say Yes!

OUTREACH AND FELLOWSHIP

PETER PAUL DEVELOPMENT CENTER SAYS THANK YOU. Thanks to your generous donations, SJTL was able to deliver 15 filled Easter baskets to the students in the after-school program at PPDC. Each student participating received an Easter basket to take home after the annual egg hunt. ROMEO's meet on Tuesday, April 12, 11:30 am, at Estes Dining Hall on the campus of Randolph Macon College. The ROMEO's Code applies! Questions? Contact Jim Carson or George Field.

WEBSITE Have you visited our website lately? Is your committee represented? Is it represented the way you want it to be? Please contact Margaret (mrush@stjamestheless.com) if you’d like to update or revise something. www.stjamestheless.com SHRINE MONT SUMMER CAMPS Registration has now opened for Shrine Mont Summer Camps. You can find brochures at Information Central, or look online here: http://www.shrinemontcamps.net/

VESTRY MEMBERS: Steve Pace (SW); Bob May (JW); Julie Ericksen; Tom Fritter; Harry Hassell; Jenny Bruce; Rich Holt; Tanya Reagan; Dawn Davis; Richard Grosse; Beth Markwood, Matt Smith

SEARCH COMMITTEE: Derrick Rosser (chair); Sandi Shirey; Rebecca Cline; Bob Hughes; Bob Chamlee; Matt Meade; Ana Bajcsi

PRAYER LIST – April 10, 2016

Diocesan Cycle of Prayer: PRAY for the congregations and clergy of Falls Church, Falls Church; and St. Anne's, Reston

Anglican Cycle of Prayer: The Church of Ireland, The Most Revd Dr Richard Lionel Clarke Archbishop of Armagh and Primate of All Ireland and Metropolitan

For the repose of souls: Edna Beachy (sister of Naomi Pace) For our parishioners requesting our prayers: GUS Miller, CONDÉ Hopkins, MAUD Brumback, PAT Funk, DICK Harman, HENRY Mayer, MOYA Parmele, DEBORAH Pierce, ERIN Yagla, MEGAN Rodman, LAURIE Rodman, STEWART Dishman, TRUMAN Parmele; DON Jones; CHARLIE Thompson, LEIGH Pace, JESSE, RAVEN & NATE Blaisdell, GEORGE Spagna, NED Stiles

For those serving in the diplomatic corps and military: KEMPER Jones, HUNTER Fines, GREG Ericksen, ANDREW Walton, SCOTT & BARBARA Feeley, ROBERT Ham, MATTHEW Thomas, PHILIP Morison

Relatives & Friends: (people added this week are in italics) MAC Pace (father of Steve Pace), ANNE MARIE Fisher (friend of the Jones family), TRAVIS Williams (friend of the SJTL Parish), PATRICIA Reppert (aunt of PK Kinser; friend of the Meyer family); GINNY Walker (niece of Karl Meyer), ARLENE Davis (mother of Dawn Davis); WILL Holman (friend of the SJTL Parish), SANDIE Litsinger (friend of the Shirey’s), WILLIAM Micou (friend of Ron & Conde Hopkins), ANNE Folsom (mother of Meg Helsley and Emily Folsom), MARTHA Headrick (sister of Jane Jones), The Rev. RACHEL Lewis (friend of the Spagna family), JOHN Murphy (father of Erin Murphy), PATRICK Morris (friend of Harry & Doris Hassell), BETH Mallory (friend of Beth Markwood), JANE Markwood (mother of Tim Markwood), RHONDA Lewis (friend of the Tharrington family), NANCY Margie (friend of Aleta Meyer), ANNETTE Wisniewski (friend of Doris Hassell) MARY & JIMMY (family of Tammie & Bob May), ORIANA Hargrove (friend of Bobbi & Tom Street), ALICE Wallace (mother of Beth Markwood), The Rev. NANCY Cox (friend of the Meyer family), 

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