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Worship with St. Dunstan's tomorrow (The Second Sunday in Lent)

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The News from
St. Dunstan's
 
February 27, 2021
Saturday
 
Tomorrow's Worship
 
Sunday, February 28, 2021:
The Second Sunday in Lent
 
Please join St. Dunstan's tomorrow at 10:00 a.m. 
for a Service of Spiritual Communion 
on Zoom and Facebook Live.
 
The Rev. Fergie Horvath, Middler Seminarian,
will preach.
 
Please use this Zoom link to join the service:
(Meeting ID: 848 0673 6915; Passcode: 074803).
 
The service also will be broadcast live on the St. Dunstan's Facebook page, and the recording will be sent out later in the day, via email.
 
The slide deck for this week's worship is available here.
 
The sheet music for tomorrow's hymns may be accessed here.
Tomorrow Afternoon:
Youth Confirmation Class,
via Zoom
 
Confirmands and their leaders will meet again tomorrow at
6 p.m. as the youth prepare to make a mature public affirmation of their faith later this year. Please hold this group in prayer during this important time of formation.
 
(For more information about Confirmation at St. Dunstan's, please contact Elise Flick or The Rev. Fergie Horvath.)
 
Lenten Food Drive
This Lent, please help feed our neighbors in need by collecting nonperishable food for distribution by the Nourishing Bethesda Family Food Program.
 
Nourishing Bethesda distributes food every Friday afternoon at the Bethesda-Chevy Chase Rescue Squad on Battery Lane in Bethesda, feeding over 300 families each week. St. John's Episcopal Church, who is taking the lead on this initiative, is seeking partners to augment grocery supplies.
 
list of needed shelf-stable items, organized by week, may be found at this linkPlease drop off your donations at St. John’s, Norwood (6701 Wisconsin Avenue, Chevy Chase, MD 20815) on Holy Saturday, April 3, from 10 a.m. to noon. Reusable bags are preferable; please do not include any glass items.
 
If you would like to support this ministry financially, please click herethere is a drop-down for Nourishing Bethesda - Food Distribution.
 
For ​more information, please contact Deacon Mary
 
Support for Christian Parenting
 
Join author Christian Smith
for a free webinar on
 
 
Thursday, March 18, 2021
10:30-11:30 a.m.
 
Space is limited; to register, please use this link.
 
St. Dunstan's is here as a partner and source of support in Christian parenting. Please do not hesitate to reach out to the Rector or to Elise Flick, Director of Children, Youth, and Family Ministries, at any time with requests or suggestions.
 
 
Annual Meeting 2021
Please mark your calendar for the Annual Meeting of the Parish, which will take place via Zoom on Sunday, March 14, immediately following worship.
 
For those who have never attended an Annual Meeting before, it is an important moment in our congregational life in which we hear brief reports from the Rector and various parish ministries and ratify the parish budget. In addition, we celebrate and give thanks for the many contributions of those members of the Vestry who are completing their terms, and we elect new Vestry members for the upcoming cycle.
 
Please read this one-page "Proposed Modification and Amendment of Bylaws for Consideration at the March 14,2021 Annual Meeting" in advance of the meeting. These changes have been proposed unanimously by the current Vestry and, according to our by-laws, must be made available to the congregation 30 days before the Annual Meeting.
 
I hope to see you on March 14 as we enter into another year of mission and ministry together. ~ Patty+
 
COVID Vaccine Updates
 
Please take a moment to watch a brief message about the COVID vaccine from the Presiding Bishop of the Episcopal Church, the Most Rev. Michael Curry, by clicking the photo above.
 
Please also see this documentcompiled by parishioner Louise Smoak, for a comprehensive, step-by-step guide to the most recent information about registering for - and receiving - the COVID vaccine.
 
For Your Prayers
 
For healing, strength, and protection:
 
Joseph Alfonso, Alice and Bill Avery, Nancy Bancroft,
Sydney Betz, Anne Bryant, Phil Carroll, Suzie Coughlan, 
Bill Darnell, Mike Donnelly, Kenny Farnsworth,
Maddie Fennell, Chip Gallagher, Warren Green, Isabel Krum, Todd Leonard, Victoria Lodewick, Susanna Metz, 
Joyce Nugent, Pam Plaisance, Allison Roberts, Curt Shively, Allison Spaulding, Lina Verville, Don Wasseman, 
Charlie Wooters, the Rev. Eugene Wright, and Katherine
 
All those impacted in body, mind, or spirit by COVID-19, as well as for those working to develop, approve, and distribute vaccines
 
The people of Texas, Oklahoma, Oregon, and other places affected by extreme cold and winter weather
 
Those experiencing homelessness, unemployment,
and underemployment
 
The Vivanco Family (missionaries in Quito, Ecuador)
 
The members of the Youth Confirmation Class
and their leaders
 
May they rest in peace and rise in glory:
 
Air Force Reservist Tanner W. Byholm
Air Force Tech Sgt. Michael W. Morris
Wisconsin Air National Guard Staff Sgt. Remington K. Viney
serving in our nation's Armed Forces

 
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