Rectory Office Hours:
Altar Server Meeting: Saturday, October 25, 2014 at 9:30 am Church
Children’s Liturgy of the Word Starting Up & Looking to Grow: Dismissal for the Children’s Liturgy of the Word Service will begin on October 26th at the 10 AM Mass. This will be the only dismissal for the month of October as we continue to search for committed and faith filled volunteers to join us in this very special ministry. Leader Training will be provided along with continued support from the Office of Faith Formation. Please reach out to Gina Rizzo at: 846-1342 or email@example.com. next CLoW Service will be on November 9th.
St Margaret of Scotland Fest: Available Next Week After Mass & at the Rectory. $8 Adult,s $5 Children (5-10). Mark Your Calendars! Pre-Sale Only, No Sales at Door. The fun starts after the 500 Mass on Saturday November 15, 2014 in the auditorium.
Catechist & Volunteers Needed: God has indeed set the framework of our lives. All we need to do is fit ourselves into it. One way you can “fit into the puzzle of our faith life” is to join the Faith Formation Team as a Catechist, assistant, hall monitor or prayer leader. The Children and families of our parish need you to help them see how they too are pieces of the puzzle God has set before us. Please call Jen Menneci and tell her that you are the missing piece! 732-3131ext. 131 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
St. Margaret’s Children’s Choir:
Catholic High School Open Houses: Starting September 27th, though October 29th. Go to www.chsee.org—call 516-739-5030 for INFO and times or pick up the brochure at the rectory.
Stony Brook Hospital seeks EM’s: The Catholic Chaplain’s Office at Stony Brook University Hos- pital is seeking Eucharistic Ministers to bring Communion to Catholic patients at the hospital. Eucharistic Ministers are scheduled to serve one day a month (Sunday or Wednesday) & spend 1-3 hours at the hospital per assignment. Training will be provided. If interested in learning about this special ministry, please contact Greg Shemitz at 751-2446 email: email@example.com or Ueli Laeng at 737-4164, email: ueli23SD@gmail.com.
Audio - Visual Assistance Needed!: St. Margaret’s visual technologies, - videos & projected lyrics to spread the Good News here at our parish is in need of volunteers. If you are 14 yrs. old or older & are able to assist & like working with these technologies, see Dan after Mass at the Music Ministry, call the rectory at 732-3131 x117 or send your e-mail address & how you would like to help to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Sign Language Mass: The Saturday 5:00 P.M. Mass at St. Margaret’s is interpreted in sign language. Please spread the word to those who are hearing- impaired that this is available to help them in their praise and worship.
The Long Island Catholic Website!: Now that the Long Island Catholic Magazine is underway, we are happy to announce the development of the Long Island Catholic website: www.licatholic.org.
Calling all Children... Christmas Play: Sunday, Dec. 14th~3 PM The children of Saint Margaret’s parish prepare a gift for the Christ Child. They honor His birth by retelling the Christmas story for their family, friends and all of our parishioners. Auditions for speaking parts will be on Mon., Oct. 6th 5:30 –7:00 PM in the Church. All are welcome! Any child Pre-K to 6th grade may take part in the production. Angels must be 3 years and older—do not need to audition. Children participating in the pageant are expected to attend ALL of the rehearsals ~ 5:30-7:00 PM in the Church. See the bulletin for rehearsal dates and additional information.
Food Pantry: Our pantry could use kid’s snacks, juice, breakfast and lunch meals. Please see the following list: SOUP (out), JELLY (out), Spaghetti O’s/Ravioli, Crackers, Fruit Cups, Fruit Snacks, Goldfish Crackers, Hot Dogs, Juice Boxes, Lunchables, Pop Tart,s Pretzels, Pudding Cups, Raisins, Tuna, Complete Pancake Mix. If you are unable to shop please visit our OUTREACH ANGEL located in the lobby of the church after mass. Thank you all for your generosity! Donations maybe dropped off at the rectory or in the box by St. Joseph in the back of the church. Many blessings for those who remember the less fortunate.
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