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St. Andrew Catholic Church
Address/Dirección : 1401 Valley Ave. Sumner, WA, 98390
Phone 253-863-2253 Fax 253-863-3567
Web Site:www.standrewsumner.org
October 19, 2014
PARISH STAFF / PERSONAL PARROQUIAL
Father Jack Shrum, Pastor, 253-863-2253, frjack@standrewsumner.org
Christine Kolbrick, Pastoral Assistant for Administration, 253-863-2254, christinekolbrick@standrewsumner.org
Tracy Lentz, Administrative Assistant, 253-863-2253, parishoffice@standrewsumner.org
Olaf Valderrábano-Aguilar, Pastoral Assistant for Hispanic Ministry, 253-863-3220 olaf@standrewsumner.org
Monica Rodrigues, Pastoral Assistant for Faith Formation, 253-863-4300, monicarodrigues@standrewsumner.org
Amy Gallwas, Pastoral Assistant for Music/Liturgy, 253-826-3859, music@standrewsumner.org
Elise Rodrigues,
-826-3859, ChildrensChoir@standrewsumner.org
Eduardo Ramirez, Spanish Liturgical Music, eduardoramirez@standrewsumner.org
Leann Korbuszewski, Bulletin Editor, bulletins@standrewsumner.org
Margarita Quiroz, Custodian, 253-863-2253
WEEKEND MASS SCHEDULE / MISAS DOMINICALES
Saturday 5:00pm (English) & 7:00pm (en Español)
Sunday 8:00am & 10:30am (English), & 5:30pm (English)
The Rosary is prayed 1/2 hour before daily and weekend masses
DAILY MASS SCHEDULE / MISAS DIARIAS
Monday, Thursday, & Friday 9:00am (English)
Lunes y Jueves y Viernes 9:00am
ADORATION Thurs: all day until 6:00pm
24 hour Adoration first Friday of each month
SACRAMENT OF RECONCILIATION / CONFESIONES
See Planning Ahead Section for Days and Times
Confessions are celebrated in English and Spanish
Se puede confesar en Inglés o Español
EMMANUEL FOOD PANTRY / BANCO DE COMIDA
Tuesday/Martes 10:00am - 12:00 Noon
Wednesday/Miércoles 3:00pm - 6:00pm
Friday/Viernes 10:00 am - 12:00 noon
Contact Arlene Evavold: 253-863-3655
Ss. Cosmas & Damian Catholic Church
Address/Dirección: 213 Leber St. NW, P.O. Box 215 , Orting, WA 98360
Phone 360-893-3154
Web Site: www.tmis.org/saintscosmasanddamian/
PARISH STAFF / PERSONAL PARROQUIAL
Father Jack Shrum, Pastor, 253-863-2253, frjack@standrewsumner.org
Rosemary Busby, Pastoral Assistant for Administration, 360-893-3154, rosemary@sscosmasanddamian.comcastbiz.net
Vida Drew, Music Director, 360-893-3154, sscdmusic@comcast. net
Monica Rodrigues, Pastoral Assistant for Faith Formation, 253-863-4300, monica@sscosmasanddamian.comcastbiz.net
Ray Stewart, Custodian, 360-893-3154
WEEKEND MASS SCHEDULE / MISAS DOMINICALES
Sunday, 9:30am
DAILY MASS SCHEDULE / MISAS DIARIAS
Wednesday, 9:30am
SACRAMENT OF RECONCILIATION / CONFESIONES
Sunday, 8:45-9:15am & by appt.
ST. VINCENT DE PAUL
360-830-6879, sscd.svdp@gmail.com
PARISH NURSE , Marlene Bartram, R.N.
360-893-3154, sscdparishnurse@comcast.net
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Saint Andrew Catholic Church
Mission Statement: To Become Saints
Following the example of our patron, St. Andrew, with humility we seek to:
Hear God’s call through the truth of the Catholic Church,
Respond in love with acts of charity and mercy,
Grow continuously through the sacraments and daily prayer and
Proclaim the Good News through our vocation.
PLANNING
READINGS FOR NEXT WEEK– Oct. 26, 2014
Thirtieth Sunday in Ordinary Time
AHEAD
MONDAY, OCTOBER 20 , 2014
Mass (Anthony Cota,int), 9:00am
St Vincent de Paul, 7:00pm, Bldg D
Exodus 22:20-26
Psalm 18:2-3, 3-4, 47, 51
1 Thes 1:5-10
Matthew 22:34-40
TUESDAY, OCTOBER 21, 2014
Mass, 9:00am
Altar Society Luncheon Mtg, 11:30am, Hall
Altar Society Dinner Mtg, 6:30pm, Hall
SUNDAY COLLECTION
WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 22, 2014
Mass (Joy Herber+),6:00pm
Divine Mercy Cenacle, 9:00am, Hall
Elementary Faith Formation, 6:00pm, Church
Sacred Story Faith Sharing, 7:00pm, Bldg E
Chancel Choir, 7:30pm, Church
Week of October 12, 2014
Goal:
$17,000
Actual:
$20,412
Difference:
$ 3,412
Year to Date
Goal:
$255,000
Actual:
$250,163
Difference:
$ (4,837)
THURSDAY, OCTOBER 23, 2014
Liturgy of the Hours, 7:30am, Church
Mass (Mary O’Conner+), 9:00am
Mom’s Group, 9:00am, Bldg E
Adoration, 10:00am-6:30pm
Pillars of the Church Study, 10:00am, Bldg D
Confession, 5:00pm
Benediction, 6:00pm-6:30pm
RCIA, 7:00pm, Hall; RCIC, 7:00pm, Bldg D
FRIDAY, OCTOBER 24, 2014
Liturgy of the Hours, 7:30am, Church
Confession, 8:00am
Mass (Marcella Barron+), 9:00am
SATURDAY, OCTOBER 25, 2014
Mass (George & Joan Bozlee+), 9:00am
Confession, 10:00am & 3:00pm-4:30pm
Mass, 5:00pm
Hispanic Choir, 5:30pm, Hall
Mass (in Spanish), 7:00pm
SUNDAY, OCTOBER 26, 2014
Mass, 8:00am
Chancel Choir, 9:30am, Church
Mass, 10:30am,
Preschool, 10:30am, Bldg E,
Pro-Life BBQ Fundraiser, 12:00pm, Hall
Youth Ensemble, 4:00pm, Church
Youth Mass, 5:30pm
Middle School Youth Group, 7:00pm, Bldg D
High School Youth Group, 7:00pm, Hall
Holy Hour, 7:30pm, Church
Food Pantry: $1,527
SVDP: $748
PRAY FOR THE DECEASED
OF THE PARISH
PARISH LEADERSHIP—ST. ANDREW
Altar Servers
Altar Society-Day
Altar Society-Evening
Art & Environment
Extraordinary Ministers
Finance Council
Funeral Receptions
Gabriel Project
Helping Hands
Knights of Columbus
Lectors
Long Range Planning
Marriage Preparation
MC’s & Sacristans
Men’s Club
Mom’s Group
Pastoral Council
Prayer Shawl Ministry
Respect Life
St. Vincent de Paul
Stewardship
Ushers
Joan Cox
jcoxbox@comcast.net
Kathy Weber
253-927-6099
Karen Raffle
253-686-3807
Judy Caviezel
253-863-6544
Sharon Stamper
253-686-2586
Joe Shaughnessy
206-271-9359
Diane Caviness
253-862-1379
Julie Covell
253-988-0735
Dawn Puttler
253-435-7907
Joe Rempe
253-840-6401
Mona Sullivan
253-389-0568
Carl Jones
253-988-2275
Tracy Lentz
253-863-2253
Steve Rossignol
253-845-8217
Joe Shaughnessy
206-271-9359
Jessica Druffel
513-260-7402
Randy Cox
253-380-2139
Kelly Bowman
253-678-3732
Julie Covell
253-988-0735
Patti Tisdale
253-863-4394
Shelly Sosa
253-709-4488
Arnie Huck
253-863-5278
Catholic Community Services Counseling Center
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253-502-2696
Saints Cosmas & Damian Catholic Church
Mission Statement: Proclaim the Good News of God’s Saving Love to all People; Establish
and nourish a praying community of believers; Give practical expression to the Gospel by seserving the needs of others and transforming the world.
STEWARDSHIP OF TREASURE
PLANNING AHEAD
10/5/2014
Wednesday, October 22, 2014
Mass, 9:30 am
Confession, 10:15 am
Scripture Reflections, 10:30 am
Faith Formation Teachers Mtg., 1:00 pm
Communications Committee Mtg., 3:00 pm
St. Vincent de Paul, 7:00 pm
Collection: $1,838.38
Goal:
$2,226.93
$ (388.55)
To Date: $35,411.57
Budget: $33,403.95
$ 2,007.62
Faith Formation Registration $20.00
Thank you for all you share with our community!
Sunday, October 26, 2014
Confession, 8:45 am
Mass, 9:30 am
PRAYER REQUESTS
Bulletin Announcements are due by 10 am
Monday morning, sent to sscd@tmis.org.
Pulpit Announcements are due Friday by
noon, sent to sscd@tmis.org.
Danielle Charon Peterson, Karl
Flem ing, Irene M ille r+ , Do n
Rempe+, Bob St. Yves+, Marlene
Wilson and Tony Zepeda
HARVEST DINNER
Table Reservations: Kay Williams will begin taking table reservation next Sunday thru
November 9th. They are on a first come first served basis and go fast. You can have up to 8
guests per table and each table is responsible for providing a silent auction item as well as a
dessert auction item.
Donations: In previous years many of our serving supplies and food have been donated by
our parishioners. If you are interested in making a donation for the meal preparation or
tableware, please see Marlene Bartram.
Auction Items: Items can be turned in on any Sunday to Marianne Smith or Jennifer
Schelbert. We will accept auction items up to the week of the dinner. There are sheets on the
counter by the TV in the Gathering Space that can give you ideas on what to donate for the
auction.
Raffle: Raffle sales will continue every Sunday until the dinner. Tickets are $1 each. Take a
chance on winning either the beautiful quilt or hotel stay. The drawing will be the night of the
dinner.
PARISH LEADERSHIP — Ss. Cosmas & Damian
Altar Servers:
Altar Society:
Coffee Hour:
Communications
Eucharistic Ministers:
Finance Council:
Homebound Ministry:
Knights of Columbus:
Joe Rempe
Patty Carr
Marlene Wilson
Charlene Binfet
Lisa Clinton
Tom Schmidt
Marlene Bartram
Joe Rempe
253-840-6401
360-897-0310
360-893-7211
253-951-8954
253-845-0083
360-893-0673
253-576-6566
253-840-6401
Lectors/MC’s
Liturgical Music
Parish Health Ministry
Pastoral Council
Prayer Line:
Prayer Shawl Ministry:
St. Vincent de Paul:
Ushers:
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Joe Rempe
Vida Drew
253-840-6401
360-893-3154
Marlene Bartram 253-576-6566
Carrie Joy
360-893-6350
Patty Fleming 360-893-9229
Kay Williams
360-893-5163
Tony Schneider 253-224-3163
Bob Smith
360-893-6502
Dear friends,
Picking up from where I left off last week on my journey, we were in Lisieux with St. Therese. I loved the
setting there, it was a beautiful town in Normandy. After spending the day there with St. Therese and her
family, we got back on the bus and headed down the road. Our next destination was Mont Saint-Michel.
On the way there, just a bit off the path of the highway system of France, we detoured to visit the American
cemetery at Normandy. This was a powerful experience. I regularly do burials at Tahoma National Cemetery
in Covington, but that did not prepare me for the experience I had in Normandy. It was an overcast morning
and the grass was still wet with dew. Wandering from the visitor center to the cemetery I had no idea what the
Lord had in store for us. Immediately, I was struck by the enormity of the cemetery at which nearly 10,000
American soldiers are buried who gave their lives defending our freedom. The tombstones are all lined up
with military precision as far as you can see. Most of them are crosses and there are a few Jewish Star of
David markers as well. Although I was in France, I was standing on American soil and this made a deep
impression on me at that moment. We made our way to the chapel, most of us in silence, struck in awe of our
surroundings. Once we had all gathered in the chapel we began to sing our national anthem, the Star Spangled
Banner, led by our cantor Amy. Hardly anyone had a dry eye as it was so beautifully resonant in the chapel
and in our hearts. We then sang America the Beautiful and ended in prayer for all those who gave their lives in
that hallowed place and in gratitude for the freedom we enjoy because of their bravery.
I then stood overlooking the beach, trying to imagine what it must have been like that terrible day on June 6,
1944, when the allied troops arrived at Normandy. So much violence. So much courage.
No one has greater love than this, to lay down one’s life for one’s friends.
John 15:13
As we were walking through the cemetery our Polish guide and driver pointed out to me something very
American. The driver pointed to the edge of the grass perfectly trimmed a quarter inch off of the sidewalk. He
said, “This is American.”
I had never felt more patriotic in my life than I felt that day. I truly am proud to be an American. Perhaps this
reflection would have been more appropriate closer to Veteran’s Day as it is soon upon us, but it fell to this
week in the timeline of my reflections. I am so grateful for the blessings we enjoy as Americans. Let us pray
that we will continue to enjoy them as we remember who we are, where we came from, and those that have
gone before us.
Fr. Jack D. Shrum
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Queridos amigos,
Continuando donde me quedé la semana pasada en mi viaje, estábamos en Lisieux con Santa Teresa. Me encantó el
ambiente allí, una hermosa ciudad en Normandía. Después de pasar el día allí con Santa Teresa y su familia, de nuevo
abordamos el autobús y viajamos por carretera. Nuestro próximo destino era Mont Saint-Michel.
En el camino, nos desviamos un poquito fuera de la autopista principal, para visitar el Cementerio Americano de
Normandía. Esta fue una experiencia poderosa. Regularmente asisto a sepelios en el Cementerio Nacional de Tahoma,
en Covington, pero no estaba preparado para la experiencia que tuve en Normandía. Era una mañana nublada y la hierba
estaba todavía húmeda por el rocío. Yendo del Centro de Visitantes al cementerio no tenía idea de lo que el Señor tenía
reservado para nosotros. Inmediatamente me llamó la atención la enormidad del cementerio, en el que están enterrados
cerca de 10,000 soldados estadounidenses que dieron sus vidas defendiendo nuestra libertad. Las lápidas están alineadas
con precisión militar hasta donde uno alcanza a ver. La mayoría son cruces y hay unas cuantas Estrellas Judías de David
también. Aunque estaba en Francia, yo estaba pisando suelo americano y esto causó una profunda impresión en mí en
ese momento. Nos encaminamos hacia la capilla, la mayoría de nosotros en silencio, asombrados ante el entorno. Una
vez que todos nos habíamos reunido en la capilla empezamos a cantar nuestro himno nacional, dirigidos por Amy,
nuestro cantor. Casi nadie tenía un ojo seco ya que resonaba tan maravillosamente en la capilla y en nuestros corazones.
Luego cantamos America the Beautiful y terminamos en oración por todos aquellos que dieron sus vidas en ese lugar
sagrado y en gratitud por la libertad que disfrutamos por su valentía.
Entonces me quedé viendo hacia la playa, tratando de imaginar cómo habrá sido ese terrible día del 6 de Junio de 1944,
cuando las tropas aliadas llegaron a Normandía. Tanta violencia. Tanto coraje.
Nadie tiene un amor mayor que éste: que uno dé su vida por sus amigos.
Juan 15:13
Al caminar por el cementerio, nuestra guía y chofer polaco me mostró algo muy Americano. Él señaló el borde del pasto
recortado perfectamente a un cuarto de pulgada de la banqueta. Él dijo: "Esto es Estados Unidos."
Nunca me había sentido más patriótico en mi vida que ese día. Realmente estoy orgulloso de ser americano. Tal vez esta
reflexión habría sido más apropiada cerca del Día de los Veteranos, que pronto celebraremos, pero cayó en esta semana
en la secuencia de mis reflexiones. Estoy muy agradecido por las bendiciones que disfrutamos como estadounidenses.
Oremos para que podamos seguir disfrutándolas, recordando quiénes somos, de dónde venimos, y los que nos han
precedido.
P. Jack D. Shrum
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M inisterio Hispano ~ Hispanic M inistry
Nuestra misión: llegar a ser santos.
Siguiendo el ejemplo de San A ndrés, nuestro santo patrono, con humildad procuramos:
Escuchar el llamado de Dios mediante la verdad de la Iglesia Católica,
Responder en amor con actos de caridad y misericordia,
Crecer continuamente por medio de los sacramentos y la oración diaria, y
Proclamar la Buena Nueva de acuerdo a nuestra vocación.
Bautismos 2014
Adoración Eucarística
Sábados a las 12 del mediodía:
Un encuentro personal con Cristo …
Jueves de 9:45 AM a 6:30 PM
Viernes de 6:30 AM a 8:30 AM
Octubre 25, Noviembre 22
Prime r Viernes de Cada Mes:
24 Horas de Exposición y Adoración.
POR FAVOR HABLE O VAYA A LA OFICINA PARA RESERVAR LUGAR
Iniciamos con la Santa Misa el Viernes a las 9:00 de la
mañana, para terminar con la Santa Misa el Sábado a las 10 de
la mañana.
TAN SOLO NECESITA
Aceptar y Practicar toda la Fe Católica
y
Educación Religiosa / Catecismo
Kinder ~ 5o. Grado
Ser miembros productivos de la Iglesia
INSCRIPCIONES ABIERTAS PARA EL
PRÓXIMO AÑO
Si por alguna razón usted se ha alejado de la Iglesia,
rosamolinero@standrewsumner.org
el Bautismo de sus hijos o ahijados es una hermosa
oportunidad para volver a empezar …
Fuentes de Oración~Grupo Carismático
¡DIOS NO SE CANSA DE ESPERAR,
Viernes 6:45 a 9:00 pm ~ Antigua Iglesia
SU MISERICORDIA ES INFINITA!
Esquina de Kincaid y Thompson
Coordinador: Edgar Huipe (253)414-7311
Palabra de Dios
“Te llamé por tu nombre y te di un título de honor aunque tu no me conocieras”. Así dice el mensaje de
Dios que el Profeta Isaías le da a Ciro, el gran conquistador. Ciro no pertenecía al pueblo de Dios, pero Dios
lo escogió para liberar a Su pueblo. ¿Tal vez no debemos aferrarnos a tradiciones que nos impiden
acercarnos a Dios y conocerlo mejor?
P ARA CONOCER M ÁS, CONSULT E EST AS L ECT URAS EN SU M I SAL O EN L A BIBLI A:
I SAÍ AS 45, 1 Y 4-6; SAL M O 95; 1 T ESAL ONI CENSES 1, 1-5; SAN M AT EO 22, 15-21
HORAS DE OFICINA: MARTES
Y VIERNES :
9:30
AM
- 4:00 PM
C ERRADO LUNES , MIÉRCO LES , J UEVES Y S ÁBADOS . S ÁBADOS: CLASES, BAUTISMOS, RETIROS, M ISA A LAS 7:00 PM.
TEL. (253) 863-3220
E- MAIL: OLAF@STANDREWS UMNER.ORG
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COMMUNITY OUTREACH
Rachel’s Corner
RESPECT LIFE~ Stay alert.
Be informed. Stand for life!
Hope and Healing After Abortion
respectlife@standrewsumner.org
In a survey conducted by the Elliot Institute
(www.afterabortion.org), almost three of every
five women who have had an abortion have
suffered from suicidal thoughts.
Knights of Columbus
Pro-Life BBQ
Fundraiser
Come with us on a Rachel’s Vineyard™
Retreat.
We will help you face that pain,
opening yourself to God for Him to heal you.
Sunday October 26th
Noon to 2:00pm
November 7-9, 2014
Call Valerie: 1-800-822-HOPE (4673)
All Proceeds Go to the
St. Andrew’s Gabriel Project
And Project Rachel
You are loved with an everlasting Love!
Project Rachel is a program of Catholic Community Svc.
All Saints/ All Souls Day
Saturday, November 1
Stop by After the 10:30 Mass In Bldg B
Mass for All Saints/All Souls Day is being
celebrated at the following cemeteries. All are
invited to attend.
GABRIEL PROJECT
The Gabriel Project is a
parish-based ministry of the
Archdiocese of Seattle. Here at St.
Andrew we have a Gabriel Project
coordinator/Angel, two angels-intraining, two "Michaels", and a team
to help pray, assist, and encourage. Our mission
is to help women of all ages who are struggling
with a crisis pregnancy. There is no definition to
the word "crisis". If a woman finds herself
pregnant and feels distressed, scared, unsure
about continuing the pregnancy, or convinced
that abortion is the only solution we are here to
help in any way we can. We seek to establish a
relationship that responds to the emotional,
physical, and spiritual needs of moms who come
to us for help, and journey with them until the
baby is 2 years old. If you are a mature adult
female and would like to learn more about
becoming a part of this special ministry please
email Julie @
Gethsemane Cemetery:
English – 10:30am Archbishop Sartain presiding
with a blessing of the new shrine honoring St.
Katherine Drexel.
Vietnamese – 1:00pm
Korean – 2:30pm
Calvary Cemetery:
English – 10:30am
Holyrood Cemetery
North American Martyrs – Latin Mass –8:00am
English – 10:30am
Korean – 12:30pm
Vietnamese – 2:30pm
Help Wanted:
Part-time Maintenance Person
Holy Disciples Catholic Church, located on the
South Hill of Puyallup, is looking to hire someone
to provide hands-on maintenance to buildings
and grounds. This position is currently 15 hours
a week (opportunity for additional hours for the
right person). The hours are somewhat flexible.
Our ideal candidate will be familiar with
plumbing, mechanical, light electrical, heating
and air conditioning systems. For an application
packet please contact: info@holydisciples.org, or
call Coleen at 253-875-6630.
gabrielproject@standrewsumner.org.
Current needs: $25 Fred Meyer gift cards; help
with maternity clothing; cloth training pants for a
2t-3t toddler; size 5 diapers; monetary donations
to help with books and materials for school.
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FAITH FORMATION/PARISH LIFE
New at Saint Andrew
LEARN MORE ABOUT THE
CATHOLIC FAITH
Advent Journey
If you have questions about the
Catholic faith, or if you are interested in
finding out what it takes to become Catholic,
contact Monica Rodrigues at 253-863-4300. I'd
love to help you find the answers you are
seeking and determine your next steps.
A Winter VBS!
MONASTIC VOCATIONS
DISCERNMENT RETREAT
Mount Angel Abbey invites men who are between
18-45 years of age and are discerning a monastic
vocation, to come join us for a 3 day discernment
experience on Friday, October 24th through
Saturday, October 26th, 2014. This is free of
charge and we welcome you as our guest.
Walk with Mary and Joseph as they look for
a place where they can rest and wait for
Please contact Fr. Odo Recker, OSB at
503-845-3123.
Email: odo.recker@mtangel.edu or visit
www.mountangelabbey.org
Baby Jesus…
An Adventure for Preschool to 5th Grade
children.
Saturday December 13, 2014
PRAYER FOR DISCERNING
ONE’S VOCATION
10 am to 1 pm
Lord,
I believe you created me out of love
Registration open
and that you have a plan for my life.
I offer you all that I am at this moment…
ST VINCENT De PAUL
all my joys, talents, concerns, and sufferings.
In the Gospel today, Jesus says, “Repay to
Caesar what belongs to Caesar and to God what
belongs to God.” When God is the center of our
lives, there is no problem with giving others
their due.
Help me to see a little more today
just how you are calling me
and give me the courage and strength
Through your gift to the Society of St.
Vincent de Paul, you are helping your
neighbor who is hungry, hopeless and
frightened to know that they belong to
God.
to follow you wherever you go.
Amen
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PARISH LIFE
TURKEY BINGO IS COMING!
Thursday, November 20th
ST ANDREW ALTAR SOCIETY
Ladies of St. Andrew Parish are
invited to our Altar Society Meeting
for the month of October. Both
meetings will be this Tuesday,
October 21st.
Daytime luncheon meeting is
at 11:30am and Evening dinner meeting is
at 6:30pm.
Please
join us as we discuss
upcoming functions including the Turkey Bingo
Raffle and enjoy a delicious meal as well as
fellowship.
Our Annual Turkey Bingo will be Thursday,
Nov. 20th, at Maple Lawn Elementary from
7:00pm to 9:00pm.
All Parishioners and their family and
friends are invited. Bingo prizes are
turkeys as well as cash awards. The
Altar Society Raffle prizes will be awarded also,
along with door prize raffles throughout the night.
Questions, please call
Kathy Weber 253-927-6099, daytime meeting
contact or
The Power of Gratitude
You are invited
to come
Friday, November 7th
6:30 - 9:00pm
Kincaid Hall
Karen Raffle 253-686-3807 evening meeting
contact.
CALLING ALL CATHOLIC COUGSWSU ALUMNI AND FRIENDS!
To celebrate God's goodness to us
in Food, Fellowship and Song!
The 2nd annual Catholic Cougs Westside
Dinner & Auction will be held on Sat., Nov. 8,
2014 at the Hilton Garden Inn, 22600 BothellEverett Hwy., Bothell, WA. This event benefits
the St. Thomas More Catholic Student Center at
WSU.
Hors d’oeuvres, fine wine and silent
auction,
6:00pm;
dinner,
live
auction
and
dessert
auction,
7:30pm.
$50/
person. Three dinner entrée options, discounted
hotel rooms available. Register by phone
509-332-6311 by Oct. 27. Donated items for
auction are also gratefully welcomed. To donate
a new item to be auctioned, email Mary
Fredrickson at Mary.fredrickson@comcast.net
Father Jack, Speaker
Sponsored by St Andrew
Small Christian Communities
Please bring a donation for
St Andrew Food Bank
Reservations Required
Please contact:
Ann Pound
dpound2@earthlink.net,
253-845-0978
PARISH OFFICE HOURS
Karen Dimond dimondkaren@gmail.com
253-988-7890
Monday and Thursday: 9:30am to 4:00pm;
Tuesday, Wednesday, Friday: 9:00am-4:00pm.
Closed daily for lunch from 12:00pm-1:00pm.
Barbara Heyel jamesheyel@comcast.net
253-887-0332
MOVING? HAVE A NEW PHONE
NUMBER OR E-MAIL ADDRESS?
PLEASE LET US KNOW!
When your personal information
changes, please let us know so that we can keep
our records up to date. Just email changes to
parishoffice@standrewsumner.org
or
call
253-863-2253.
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Gosney
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Full-Service Retirement
and Assisted Living
“Where the living is easy”
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