St. Mark’s Anglican Church, Port Hope

25th Sunday after Pentecost Sunday 11 November 2018
Remembrance Day

Randy+ will be away from November 15 to 21. See Ann Smith for pastoral needs.

Morning Prayer: Tuesday, 9:30 in the rectory.

Centering Prayer: is cancelled this week..

The Sacrament of Anointing will be available today in the Lady Chapel during the Eucharist.

Eucharist & Pot Luck–This Wednesday, Nov. 14. Eucharist at 5.15, followed by supper. Sign-up sheet at the back.

Litany Card–Find in the pew book racks today, copies of the sung litany at 10.30.

Wednesday Eucharist in November is at St. John’s, Pine St., at 10 a.m.

The Flowers this week are given to the Glory of God: at the lectern, in memory of uncle, Flt. Sgt. H. Russell Kedwell, RCAF, lost in action over the North Sea, July 29,1942, and father, John E. Kedwell, RCAF 1940-45, d. 2005, by Peter Kedwell.
At the font: in remembrance of those from St. Mark’s who served in the First World War on the 100th Anniversary of the Armistice.

Evensong is led by our choirgirls on the first Wednesday of each month at 4:30pm

Today at 5 p.m., the bell of St. Mark’s Church will ring 100 times. Archbishop Fred Hiltz, primate of the Anglican Church of Canada, has asked that churches across the country ring their bells for peace as the sun sets on Remembrance Day this year—the 100th anniversary of the end of the First World War

N.B. Access to the Parish Hall driveway will be denied for a week or two beginning Monday, Nov. 5, to
allow upgrades to the sidewalk and ramp by the Town. We’re waiting

2019 Church Calendars are in! There are only 15 this year, so get yours now! Still only $5.!

The Hollyberry Bazaar and Tea was held on a rainy November 3 and despite the weather people came, stayed for lunch and did lots of early Christmas shopping! I extend a sincere thank you to all who supported the bazaar by offering to co-ordinate an area, baking, preserving, gathering greens, decorating, serving tea, working the kitchen and the endless other jobs often done behind the scenes! This is a true community building activity for us and presents a warm welcome to the community who visits. Well done!
Financially we surpassed our goal of $5,000 with a preliminary total of $6,359.95. This includes the Quilt Draw yield of $ $677.50.
Thanks to everyone, wen

QUILT RAFFLE DRAW at Hollyberry Bazaar: The winners of the draws made November 3 were:
Capitol Theatre tickets – Dick Symonds
Gift Basket – Joyce Harding, Belleville (related to Carol Poste)
Bonus Draw – afghan – Deborah Henderson
***Sharon Buck was drawn as the winner of the quilt but we have been unable to contact her as the number listed on her ticket is ‘not in service’. We have been searching for Sharon and this will be the last attempt to find someone who knows her. Please contact Gwen (905-885-8798) if you have any information. Another draw will be made next week if Sharon is not located.
Thanks to the St. Mark’s Quilters for crafting an exceptional quilt, ‘Log Cabin in the Woods’. The Capitol Theatre generously donated the tickets for our draw and Pat Symonds’s sister gifted us with 3 afghans, one went to the bonus draw.

The Giving Tree This is the 30th season for The Giving Tree. It is a very successful community project of volunteers in partnership with Salvation Army (who provide food and children’s names) and 20 agencies within Northumberland County. St. Marker’s have been enthusiastic and generous supporters. You can help by joining a small team to co-ordinate our participation again this Christmas. Please contact Anne Oram (885-1553 or by November 12th.
Christmas at St. Mark’s Artists and Artisans Exhibition and Sale Preparations are in full gear for our 18th annual event on Saturday Nov. 24 (9:30 am – 2:30 pm). We need 15-20 volunteers for tasks on Friday and Saturday. Your help for an hour is appreciated. Please sign up on the lists posted at the back of the church.

Legacy Planning Workshop–Durham-Northumberland Deanery is hosting a
legacy planning workshop to provide an opportunity to begin to think about death from a Christian perspective; and in an intentional way consider how our affairs will be settled. The workshop will include informative presentations about powers of attorney, funeral planning, funeral liturgy, wills and legacy giving. All are welcome.Call (905) 885-2171 to register
Date: Saturday, November 17
Time: 10 am – 12 noon
Location: St. John’s, Port Hope (33 Pine St. N).

David Brooks has put his usual excellent Remembrance Day display in the two display cases at the back of the church and in the display case in the lobby of the Parish Hall.

FOR SALE: One bag of seasonal greens left from bazaar = $15 (See Peter Kedwell) First come, first served!!

The Cat’s Meow: contact Marion Thompson through the office or at before Friday morning for inclusion.
Office Hours are Tuesday to Friday, 9 a.m. to noon. 905-885-4071