January 27, 2018 – Fourth Sunday Ordinary Time 2018

All Souls - Where All Are Welcome

Upcoming Events

Worship/Holy Eucharist
1:00 pm – Chapel
Sunday, January 28

Worship/Holy Eucharist
1:00 pm – Chapel
Sunday, February 4

POTLUCK with Family Promise
6:00 pm – Pine Room
Saturday, February 10

Worship/Holy Eucharist
1:00 pm – Chapel
Sunday, February 11

ASH WEDNESDAY Mass
7:00 pm – Chapel
Wednesday, February 14

Worship/Holy Eucharist
1:00 pm – Chapel
Sunday, February 18

Worship/Holy Eucharist
1:00 pm – Chapel
Sunday, February 25

Thoughts

The Prayer List is updated weekly. Please keep the people and needs of those on the list a part of your daily prayer life.

Rota’s are also updated and listed below, check for openings and where your help in ministry is needed this week or next month!

Hospitality

Those scheduled to bring something to share after worship are those who’s last names begin with:

  • February 4: A-F
  • February 11: G-L
  • February 18: M-R
  • February 25: S-Z

IF YOU ARE ABLE – PLEASE BRING SOMETHING TO CONTRIBUTE IF ITS YOUR WEEK!

This Week's Hymns

  • Entrance Hymn: # 494 The King of Glory
  • Offering Hymn: # 800 O Breathe on Me, O Breath of God
  • Recessional Hymn: # 704 God Whose Purpose Is to Kindle

Ecumenical Catholic CommuniionAll Souls ECC is a parish of the Ecumenical Catholic Communion

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GOOD NEWS The Weekly Newsletter of All Souls ECC

A Welcoming Community of Faith!

The end of January and the Fourth Sunday Ordinary Time 2018 is here! Time is flying by!  We have some great events coming up to do community outreach.  See details below about Family Promise Pot Luck on February 10 and Good Thyme for Life on March 6

We hope you enjoy this issue of the Good News – with this weeks scriptures, hymns, and other information. Feel free to share with friends and family. Hope to see you soon!

The Sheep and the Goats

This Week's Reading And Question of the Week

Take time to mediate on God’s word and prepare for worship this Sunday. And as you meditate on them, consider the Question of the Week:

How do we, called as disciples of Jesus Christ, hear that word of God and put it into practice in our lives? What will I do this week to help another and be of service.

Sunday's Scripture Reading
  • Deuteronomy 18: 15-20
  • PSALM 95: 1-2, 6-9
  • 2nd Corinthians 7:32-35
  • Mark 1: 21-28

Come, let us sing joyfully to the LORD;
let us acclaim the rock of our salvation.
Let us come into his presence with thanksgiving;
let us joyfully sing psalms to him.

Come, let us bow down in worship;
let us kneel before the LORD who made us.
For he is our God,
and we are the people he shepherds, the flock he guides.

Whenever we come into God’s presence, we must come with thanksgiving. The Lord is to be praised; we do not want matter, it were well if we did not want a heart. How great is that God, whose the whole earth is, and the fullness thereof; who directs and disposes of all!, The Lord Jesus, whom we are here taught to praise, is a great God; the mighty God is one of his titles, and God over all, blessed for evermore. To him all power is given, both in heaven and earth. He is our God, and we should praise him. He is our Saviour, and the Author of our blessedness. The gospel church is his flock, Christ is the great and good Shepherd of believers; he sought them when lost, and brought them to his fold.

St. BlaiseBlessing of Throats

St. Blaise after Mass on 2/4/18

Memorial of St. Blaise

Saturday, February 3rd is the memorial of St. Blaise, the traditional day for the blessing of the throats. Individual blessings will take place after the recessional hymn on Sunday, February 4th.

St. Blasé was the bishop of Sebaste in Armenia during the fourth century. Very little is known about his life. According to various accounts, he was a physician before becoming a bishop. His cult spread throughout the entire Church in the Middle Ages because he was reputed to have miraculously cured a little boy who nearly died because of a fishbone in his throat. From the eighth century, he has been invoked on behalf of the sick, especially those afflicted with illnesses of the throat.

Save the Date

Calvary / All Souls Hosting Family Promise

Calvary will again be hosting homeless families for the week of February 5-11.

All Souls will be helping to host by having our Pot Luck on Saturday, February 10 and having the families of Family Promise join us! We will then have two volunteers to spend the night at the church as well with the families.

Family Promise always enjoys being a part of the All Souls Family and pot luck, so please mark your calendars and SAVE THE DATE of February 10, 6:00 pm in the Pine Room for our FAMILY PROMISE POT LUCK.

A Good Thyme For Life

Good Thyme For Life

March 6

This past November, at our parish’s annual meeting, the congregation agreed that, as part of All Souls’ Ministry and Outreach, to participate in A Good Thyme For Life. This is an annual dining out event to benefit Co-County Wellness Services. The event helps to raise funds to support those affected by HIV/AIDS.

This year’s event will be held on Tuesday March 6, 2018. All Souls will be hosting at Blind Hartman’s Tavern, 2910 Pricetown Road, Temple.

WE NEED YOU!!! – We need people to volunteer to help at the restaurant that evening to assist with the selling of raffle tickets for raffle baskets. We will also need raffle baskets donated. We are looking to get goods and/or services donated from local businesses. Please see any board member for information on what types of baskets that are needed.
More information will be upcoming within the next few weeks.

Help us to help others!

Question of the Week

How are you doing answering this past week's question of the week? How do I live my life as a disciple of Jesus? Do I share the good news through my words and actions?