September 30, 2018 | The Shepherd
News Around The Parish
Adopt-A-Family For Christmas
St. Luke's assignment for families in the Diocesan-wide "Adopt-A-Family" for the Christmas holiday will be announced as soon as we receive the information! We should receive that information at the beginning of November. Your co-chairs will prepare the index cards and sign-up sheets within a few days of our assignments, so look for announcements at church services and in the November Shepherd.
Our Annual Fall Bazaar is quickly approaching on Saturday, November 4! We are beginning to collect donations of raffle items and baskets of goods (we keep the value of the baskets at $50 to $75).
All items must be new. Some ideas are:
- Gift cards to restaurants, shops, nail or hair salons, barbers, etc.
- Wines and other accessories
- Holiday décor items
- Sports items (golf, tennis, soccer, etc.)
- Toys (babies through school age)
- Items that would appeal to teens
We need volunteers to work at the booths and help serve lunch. To volunteer for a shift, please sign up on our signup sheet in the Parish Hall or contact the Parish Office.
Fundraising Committee News
Mini-Mart is next Saturday! As in past years, we will be selling homemade empanadas, churros, and water. We need help setting up, cleaning up, and transporting food from the Church kitchen to the booth. If you can help, please speak with Kristine Janusas.
We are quickly approaching the two most important fund raisers of the year. Towards the end of October, the Every Member Canvas will be in the mail. On Saturday, November 3rd is the annual Bazaar. Please support these activities to the best of your ability. Thank you.
J Bryan Anthony
King Kullen Receipts
King Kullen Receipts…If you shop at King Kullen, please drop your receipts at our Parish Office. We receive a 1% refund of the net total of all receipts we collect and return from the Glen Cove store. Every little bit helps!
Story Telling Dinner
Mark your calendars! We will be having a Story Telling Dinner on Saturday, December 1 at 6:30 pm. This potluck will be hosted by Janette Heurtley and will feature Jack Pierce.
Sunday School News
Operation Christmas Child
Our Sunday School is once again asking each family to donate a shoe box filled with toys and necessities to be delivered to an orphanage overseas in time for Christmas Day. Empty shoe boxes with instructions are located in the Parish Hall.
Please return filled boxes (with postage) by November 4. For more information, contact Laura Franco or Kristine Janusas.
Trick or Treat for UNICEF
In October, members of our Sunday School will be trick-or-treating for UNICEF. UNICEF works in 190 countries and reaches millions of children with immunizations, education, health care, nutrition, safe water and sanitation, emergency relief, and more.
Raffle at Fall Bazaar
Sunday School will be hosting a $1 raffle table at the Fall Bazaar. We are looking for donations of small household items, such as: liter bottle of soda, cookies, can of soup, hand soap, deck of cards, lotions, pasta, mustard, jelly, body wash, nail polish, candy, gum, spare change in a small jar, single lottery tickets, shampoos, soap, candles. The items must be new and never opened.
Our Thrift Shop is open for business! Good quality clothing donations are needed. We are open Tuesdays from 10-2 and on a trial basis for some Saturday mornings this Fall.