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Sunday, November 10th:

The flowers on the Altar were given to the Glory of God and all American Veterans by Greta Crayton.

We welcome the Rev. Nancy J. Allison who presided over the Eucharist and preached the sermon today while Father David is out of town.  What a dynamic person!  She filled the church with her energy.  Thank you Rev. Allison! 

Envelopes for Fall 2013 UTO Ingathering are in the back of the pews.  We will continue to collect all month.

Wednesday, November 13th:  4:00 pm – 6:00 pm – Father David will be in the Office.

Wednesday, November 13th:  6:30 pm – Evening prayer service

Thursday, November 14th:  There will be no office hours.     

The “ECW Food Fair” Saturday, was a success!  A BIG THANK YOU to Jenny Sills.  Also thank you to all who cooked, baked, did crafts, donated books, sold tickets, and helped work the event…    There are a few frozen food items in the freezer, and pickles, jams, jellies, peanuts upstairs in the Fellowship Hall that were not sold.  You are welcome to purchase them.  Make your check to St. Stephen’s but note: “ECW Food Fair” on it. The beautiful quilt was won by Kristen Tew and necklace was won by Sharon Donovan. 

 Operation Christmas Child:  Child shoe boxes will be collected next Sunday, November 17th, during the morning worship service.  Pamphlets are in the kitchen of the parish hall.  If you have any questions, please contact Heather Honeycutt. (910-892-3343)  

Stewardship Campaign:  If you have not yet made your pledge, we ask that you please do so by December 8th.  Pledge forms are available at the back of the church and may be turned in during the offertory or brought/mailed to the church office.
 “SAFE of Harnett County” is in need of your help.  With the cutbacks, they are struggling to stay in operations.  Please help with your donations financially as well as with items. 

Luke 14:12-24.  “When you give a luncheon or a dinner, do not invite your friends…or rich neighbors…Invite the poor, the crippled, the lame, and the blind.”