Save-the-date: Saint Francis Bowl-a-Thon!

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Saint Francis is hosting a Bowl-a-Thon on October 25th, 2014, from 12-3 pm at the Santa Ana Starlight Bowling Center. The Bowl-a-Thon is a new kind of fundraiser to benefit our parish, the Saint Francis Episcopal Church of Rio Rancho, NM. You don’t have to be member, and in fact we want as much participation from the local area as possible. It is a great opportunity for fellowship, with the added benefit of improving your bowling skills (or just having fun, since not all of us are good bowlers!). Our goal is to have a minimum of 20 teams (four persons per team). Even if you don’t bowl, you can be an event sponsor (your donations will help make our inaugural Bowl-a-Thon a smashing success, no pun intended) or a volunteer to help the wheels turn (or balls roll) smoothly.
This is a planning announcement --- stayed tuned for more details about the event and registration materials, etc. Please contact Eloise Gift (interim coordinator) at (505) 363-5156 or (505) 896-1999.

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Vision: The St. Francis Church family seeks to glorify God through worship, fellowship, teaching, and service. We worship God in the Episcopal tradition, hear God through the preaching and teaching of Christ’s Gospel and serve God by caring for others.

We are a parish church in the Diocese of the Rio Grande, which is part of the Episcopal Church, USA (TEC). TEC is part of the larger global Anglican Communion.

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Sermon Notes, September 28, 2014

Pentecost 16, Proper 21A.9/28/14 St. Francis Church
Rev’d Jennifer Phillips Ex.17:1-7;Philip.2:1-13;Mtt.21:23-32

I wonder whether Moses felt foolish as he stood there with a bevy of important people from among the Israelites and whacked the cliff with his walking stick? Or was he so fed up with the complaints, the doubts, the second-guessing of the whole group he was leading that he was secretly glad just to be able to hit something?

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