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Sunday, April 16
Easter Day

9:00 am Holy Eucharist | Church
Easter Egg Hunt
11:00 am Solemn Eucharist | Church
5:30 pm There is no Still Point service

This Week’s News in Brief

For additional information, events and announcements, please check the weekly “Fruits of the Tree”
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Today’s envelopes

Today’s plate (unpledged) offering supports our Music Ministry. Please use the envelope in your leaflet or simply place your donation in the plate. Today’s DipJar donations also support this ministry.

2017 Budget Coffee Hour

Good news! The vestry approved a balanced 2017 budget at its March meeting, and is eager to share it with the parish at coffee hours after each service on April 23rd in the Common Room.

Daughters of the King

A special invitation is offered to all women to come to an informational meeting about Daughters of the King on April 23 after both services in the undercroft. DOK is a lay order for women of all ages who wish to take vows to prayer and service. This is a time to hear other members and Joyce Culwell, the High Plains Regional Representive, tell you about what Daughters do and it will include a Q and A time. Information and brochures will also be available to take home. Interested but can’t make it on the 23rd? Please call Joyce at 303-770-2722.

Medical Equipment to Lend or Share?

Do you have medical equipment at home that you would be willing to lend to members of our congregation? Medical situations, whether planned or unexpected, can often require people to obtain expensive items they cannot easily afford. We would like to create a “lending library” of reusable medical products for members of our community who need items on a temporary basis. Items that might be included in the database would be crutches, walkers, canes, wheelchairs, ice machines or gel packs, shower chairs, etc. If you have something that you would be willing to store at your home and lend to someone, please email Lisa Sisneros at lpsisneros@comcast.net or Shelley Brown at brownshel@comcast.net . We will take the information we get from people and create a database from which we can draw to meet needs. Look for future announcements about how this ministry will work.

Social Justice and Racial Reconciliation Taskforce Invitation

The Episcopal Public Policy Network has a Lenten series entitled Jesus Led the Way which examines the intersection of our faith and current public policy proposals. If you’re interested, you can access the website at Episcopal Public Policy Network eppn@episcopalchurch.org.
Also the Episcopal Migration Ministries, which defines its mission as “embracing the command of Jesus, and his definition of neighbor, needs our help to continue “to care for and welcome our newest neighbors” and so is asking that we: reach out to refugee and immigrant groups in our community; “pray for victims of fear, jealousy, and self-interest” the face of policy changes. You can access this call at: The Rev. Canon E. Mark Stevenson, EMM Director kmartin@episcopalchurch.org. If you would like more information, you can contact Lucy McGuffey at lucy.mcguffey@ucdenver.edu.