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Sandwich Making: 07/30/2017

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Refugee Update: July 13

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U.S. Refugee Policy - State Dept. Update 
Thursday, July 13, 7:30 p.m.  
 
St. Dunstan's Church invites all concerned about refugees to hear a State Department update on Refugee Admissions now, and in the future.  Presenting will be:
 
Kelly Gauger
Deputy Director, Refugee Admissions 
* Bureau of Population, Refugees, and Migration 
* U.S. Department of State
 
Questions about U.S. policy and practice on this urgent issue will be addressed.  Religious communities as well as concerned citizens are invited to attend at St. Dunstan's, 5450 Massachusetts Avenue, Bethesda 20886.  Free parking is available.  
     
 


 

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Movie Night- Save the Date!

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Summer Movie Night II
 
Saturday, July 8
6:30 p.m. - 8:30 p.m.
Dinner followed by a movie
 
We are inviting children and their parents from our collaboration congregations for a summer movie night. This evening is being hosted by the Bentleys and Calvin and Frederick will be making our movie selection. The movie selected will be appropriate for rising 2nd -5th graders.
 
A simple dinner and drinks will be available before we begin the movie, and of course fresh popcorn will be offered during the show!
 
Bring your pillow and/or sleeping bags or a blanket to sit on. Contact Sue von if you are interested in attending.

 

 

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Formation July 16, 2017: Save the Date!

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"The opposite of poverty isn't wealth. The opposite of poverty is justice. Each of us is more than the worst thing we have ever done."
                                       --Bryan Stevenson
 
Formation Hour on Sunday, July 16th

Join us at the Formation Hour to watch Bryan Stevenson's TED Talk and discuss issues of justice, race and mercy. Bryan Stevenson is the author of the New York Times National Bestseller - Just Mercy: A Story of Justice and Redemption.  Bishop Desmond Tutu has called Stevenson "America's young Nelson Mandela."  Over 3.6 million people have watched this engaging TED Talk and TED has presented Stevenson with a 1million dollar grant for his Equal Justice Initiative.
 
To watch two brief interviews with Bryan Stevenson, click here, and here.


 

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Summer Formation 2017

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Summer Movie Night
 
Sunday, June 25
6:30 - 8:30 p.m.
Dinner followed by a movie
 
We are inviting all rising 3-5 graders and their parents from our three collaboration congregations for a summer movie night. But no one will be checking ID's at the door - so really all are welcome. Just know that the movie selection will be for children who are primarily in this age category.
 
A simple dinner of hot-dogs with the fixings, drinks and of course fresh popcorn will be offered. Bring your pillow or sleeping bags or a blanket to sit on. Please sign up in Founders' Hall no later than Sunday morning, June 25 or use this simple form
 
Grow Christians
 
This is a new resource available through Forward Movement Inc. and I have found it to be a good read each day. The blog is written by various authors and gives practical and implementable ideas for parents to assist them in forming the faith of their children. You can read the latest posts at this link. If you find it helpful or something you might like to receive  on a daily basis, just scroll the left side of the blog and sign up for a daily email. 
 
 
Street Church at Church of the Epiphany DC
Tuesday, June 27
11:00 a.m. to 2:30 p.m.
Rising 6-12 grade Youth
 
Calling all youth for a day in the city preparing food, worshiping God, and feeding the hungry! Earn some SSL hours for school next year! Have fun with other youth!
 
Get a real flavor of life on the streets of DC for those who do not have a place to live and rely on the generosity of others for food. Plan to arrive at Epiphany no later than 11:00 a.m. and leave no earlier than 2:30 p.m.
 
Sign up in Founders' Hall or on this form no later than Sunday, June 25
 
L Sue von Rautenkranz
Children and Youth Formation Coordinator
 


 

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Refugee Policy Update: Save the Date

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Bible Basics with Jeff starts with Sunday

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Jesus Changes Everything - Sunday, June 18, 9:50 a.m. 

This Sunday between services we are finally returning to our series, "The Bible in Five Acts."  Join us as we get to Jesus and his impact on Judaism and the Greco-Roman world.  Jeff leads this Bible discussion - feel free to drop in - in the parish hall.  Additional "Bible Basics" sessions will be held throughout the summer on July 16th and 23rd, and August 6th and 20th. Save the dates!


 

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2017 Summer Formation

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Summer Movie Night
 
Sunday, June 25
6:30 - 8:30 p.m.
Dinner followed by a movie
 
We are inviting all rising 3-5 graders and their parents from our three collaboration congregations for a summer movie night. But no one will be checking ID's at the door - so really all are welcome. Just know that the movie selection will be for children who are primarily in this age category.
 
A simple dinner of hot-dogs with the fixings, drinks and of course fresh popcorn will be offered. Bring your pillow or sleeping bags or a blanket to sit on. Please sign up in Founders' Hall no later than Sunday morning, June 25 or use this simple form
 
Grow Christians
 
This is a new resource available through Forward Movement Inc. and I have found it to be a good read each day. The blog is written by various authors and gives practical and implementable ideas for parents to assist them in forming the faith of their children. You can read the latest posts at this link. If you find it helpful or something you might like to receive  on a daily basis, just scroll the left side of the blog and sign up for a daily email. 
 
 
Street Church at Church of the Epiphany DC
Tuesday, June 27
11:00 a.m. to 2:30 p.m.
Rising 6-12 grade Youth
 
Calling all youth for a day in the city preparing food, worshiping God, and feeding the hungry! Earn some SSL hours for school next year! Have fun with other youth!
 
Get a real flavor of life on the streets of DC for those who do not have a place to live and rely on the generosity of others for food. Plan to arrive at Epiphany no later than 11:00 a.m. and leave no earlier than 2:30 p.m.
 
Sign up in Founders' Hall or on this form no later than Sunday, June 25
 
L Sue von Rautenkranz
Children and Youth Formation Coordinator
 


 

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Book/ Movie Group: A Handmaiden's Tale

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This popular account of a dystopian future society set in New England has got people's attention.  If you are interested in a group to discuss the book/Hulu series, please let Jeff know or sign the sheet on the Welcome Table in Founders' Hall.  If we have enough interest, we'll find a time to meet this summer.  There are many issues touching on theology and ethics, along with biblical references to explore.  
 
 
   
 


 

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This Sunday is Pride Sunday ...

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