John, Lynette, India, Elliott, Michelle, Bobbie, Denny, Shirley, Harry, Kay, Kayla, Betty, Ruth Ann, Gene, Amanda, Dom, Karen, Bruce, Corey, Courtney, Terry, and Lois.
ON THE HORIZON:
HE IS RISEN!
DAUGHTERS OF THE KING (DOK) – Spring Assembly isSaturday, April 16th from 8:30 – 1:00 at St. Andrew’s Downers Grove. There will be a presentation on Thistle Farms and Magdalene House, Chicago. RSVP to Gail Z. before April firstname.lastname@example.org
THE WAY OF TRANSITION: SEEING CHANGE AS A SPIRITUAL PROCESS Join Saint David’s and Trinity for this life-giving seminar on Friday 4/22 & Saturday 4/23 given by Transitions coach Beverly Ryle. We start with supper and introductions on Friday evening (6-8pm) followed by a day long retreat on Saturday (9-3). Cost $25. Scholarships available. See Mother Liz or Eric Rodriguez for more information.
ECW Annual Meeting and Luncheon Saturday, April 23, at St. John’s in Flossmoor. The topic is “Bullying–It even happens in Church.” Registration is $25 before April 16; $35 at the door. Registration forms are available downstairs and all women are invited. For information, please contact Kate Milliman @ 630.897.2672.
PASTORAL CARE COMMITTEE
A Pastoral Care Team is being formed to discuss pastoral care needs and concerns and to pray for those members who are going through difficult periods in their lives. We will meet monthly at the Rectory. Please email Mthr. Liz to find out more if you feel called to this ministry.
REV. ANDREW WHITE – THIS Tuesday, April 5th at 7:30 pm in Barrows Auditorium at Wheaton College. Rev. White .is the former Rector of St. George’s Church in Baghdad and will be speaking about his ministry among Iraqi refugees in Jordan. The program is free.
AMY-JILL LEVINE is a Professor of New Testament Studies and of Jewish Studies at Vanderbilt University. Dr. Levine will lecture on “Of Pearls and Prodigals: Hearing Jesus’ Parables” at St. James Commons on Thursday 4/28 at 4:00 pm. On Friday, 4/29 at Grace Church in Oak Park, she will lecture on “Preaching the difficult anti-Jewish texts” at 7:00pm. More information on the Diocese of Chicagowebsite.
Whether you are a spiritual seeker, a skeptic or a saint, your questions are welcome here. We invite you to praise and glorify God with us in our worship, and to join us in fellowship. Saint David’s is a place where you can seek support, spiritual guidance, and spiritual growth so that you, empowered by a community of faith, can take your God-given gifts out into the world to make this world a better place.
You are welcome here. Always.