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Adult Confirmation Class

The Adult Confirmation Class begins this Sunday at 11:00 a.m.

in the library. The classes, which will meet through August 29th,

are also open to anyone curious about the Episcopal Church

or just looking for a "refresher." If you have not spoken to me,

and would like to be a part of the group, please let me know:

revdawnok@gmail.com or 405 361-2265.

For those attending the class, please bring a Bible. If you do not have one and want to purchase one, I recommend the NRSV, which is the version used by the Episcopal Church. This may be purchased online or at your local bookseller. Bibles can be expensive, and if you do not want to purchase one, the library has some copies of the NRSV that you can check out.


I look forward to beginning the class.
Grace and peace,
Rev’d Dawn

Laundry Love Saturday, August 14th

JUST IN TIME FOR SCHOOL! NO APPOINTMENT NEEDED!

 

WHAT TO EXPECT: 

 

Up to $15 Per Family to Wash & Dry

Detergent, Dryer Sheets & Bleach Provided

No Pre-Loading Machines

Free Meal

Free Books while available

Free Pet Food while it lasts

No Appointment Needed

No Proof of Residency

No ID Needed

No Vouchers will be given for future use

Summer Fun Nights @ St. Mike's - 2nd Saturday Evenings

August 14th Movie night on the lawn!

After a year of social distancing, St. Michael’s will host Summer Fun Nights on the second Saturdays of June, July, and August. We will offer a brief service with Eucharist before the evening’s activity for those who play too hard to attend Sunday worship.

 

These are excellent opportunities to invite friends of all ages!

 

Want to help plan and organize? Ask Deacons Laura or Ann or Rev’d Dawn. Help is always welcome!


August 14th

Movie night on the lawn @ 8 p.m.

St. Michael's Rummage Sale!

Parish Rummage Sale  Saturday, August 21st, 8 a.m. to 2 p.m.
 

Set up: Friday, August 20th starting at 6 p.m. (pizza and drinks provided)
 

Have accumulated stuff you need to get rid of?  Looking at a pile of
things you bought off Amazon during the COVID-19 shelter-in-our-homes
time and now wonder, "What was I thinking?" The Parish Rummage Sale is a
great way to get rid it of it and help some worthy causes at the same
time. We will take all gently used and clean items including clothes
(unstained, no tears or rips (unless they were supposed to be there as
in jeans), no missing buttons, etc.) and electronics (they must work and
not be ancient as no one will take them if they don't sell AND have
power cords if applicable).

You can begin bringing items and placing                     

them in the youth room. Starting on Sunday,

August 8th, items can be placed at the east

end of the gathering hall (near the kitchen).

If you need items picked up, you can email

Deacon Laura or send her a text.

Please make sure any items

you bring are ready to sell.
 

Since the youth group is in the process of rebuilding, Deacon Laura is asking for help

from the entire parish to help with set up and on the day of the sale. There will be

sign-up sheets available in August. Many hands make light work. 

Proceeds of the sale will be going to
Laundry Love and Labyrinth Repair.

St. Michael's Book Sale! August 28th & 29th

St. Michael’s has a book sale once or twice each year. 

We collect books all year round.  Please place books in the

plastic bins in the choir room.  Past donations have gone to: 

Debt Reduction, Youth Group, Choir, Church Library,

Monroe School Library, and Convention Shirts. 

 

Our next book sale is scheduled for:

August 28th from 8-2.

August 29th from 12-3.

 

Contact Sheila Ohl or Amy Gardner

 
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Friday July 16, 2021 at 7 pm

Wild Men’s Night Out, Saint Michael’s Men’s Group

After a long absence due to COVID, St. Michael’s Wild Men’s steak night is returning.
Our first gathering for food and fellowship will be at 7 pm, Friday, July 16. Just like in
the Before Time, for just $15 you can enjoy giant ribeye steaks charcoal-grilled to
perfection, baked potatoes, salad, garlic bread and a plentiful choice of craft beers. Non-
steak-eaters are welcome to bring other items to grill, if cooked cow isn’t their thing.  As
always, first time participants and first-time guests can enjoy all this for FREE.
Please sign-up; we need an accurate count for our July 16, 2021 steak order.
For more Information,
Please contact: -- John Hartley, Clark Morter, or Peter Rodrigues