What is Happening This Week 10/23-10/27/19

 

Holy Covenant Carnival
Saturday, October 26
4 to 8 pm

Volunteers Needed!
Holy Covenant is hosting a Carnival on Saturday, October 26! Can you help with set-up or clean-up? Will you be decorating your car for Trunk or Treat?
Sign up here!

 

Weekly Schedule

Wednesday, 23rd
6:30 PM – 7:30 PM Covenant Carillons-sanctuary
6:30 PM – 7:30 PM GS Ceremony-CC
7:30 PM – 9:00 PM Adult Choir -Choir Rm
Thursday, 24th
1:30 PM – 2:00 PM ECDP Chapel-sanctuary
6:30 PM – 7:30 PM ReFit-CC
Saturday, 26th
9:00 AM – 10:30 AM C.O.D.A.-202EB
4:00 PM – 8:00 PM HCUMC Carnival-parking lot
Sunday, 27th
9:00 AM Sunday School for All Ages
10:30 AM WORSHIP SERVICE
12:15 PM UMYF: EB201-205

 

Sunday Highlights – October 27, Twentieth Sunday After Pentecost
Acolyte:
Grayson Valcourt

A/V:
Ted Ditty

Ushers:
Sherry Dunn and Sage Carter

 

Next Week’s Highlights:
Breakfast for Austin Street
Saturday, November 2 – Food Donations
Sunday, November 3 – Food Delivery
Holy Covenant is providing breakfast at the Austin Street Shelter at 6:00 am on Sunday, November 3. We will provide breakfast for 400 men, women and children at the homeless shelter.

We will provide:
12 sandwiches (individually bagged)
12 pieces fruit
12 boiled eggs in shell in carton
Cases of bottled water/juice boxes
Snack/granola bars

We will receive all food donations on Saturday, November 2 from 9 am-noon in the HCUMC kitchen. All are welcome to travel with us to Austin Street on Sunday morning at 5:15 am from the HCUMC kitchen. We will drive to Austin Street, set up and serve breakfast. We will also collect retail plastic bags for the residents to carry their food because all residents must leave the shelter at 7:00 am. For more information, contact Rick Davis 972-814-5325.

 

Coming Soon:
Labyrinth Walk
Sunday, November 10
4:00 pm
Come experience the Holy Covenant Labyrinth in a Community Walk. The Labyrinth is located outside, east of the sanctuary, and is accessible from the south parking lot. All are welcome!

Sign Up Now!
Community Mentors Needed (formerly SALT program)
You can make a difference by reading with an elementary student for just 20 minutes a week! Sign up today in the narthex or contact Andrea Allen for more information.

 

2019: A Year in the Bible
Feel like you’ve missed the boat on reading the Bible in chronological order? Don’t! You can jump right in in any of the following ways:
1. Download the free Bible app by You Version. This link should take you to the group from Holy Covenant that are doing this reading together: Invitation.
2. You can use the link above on-line as well. If you don’t want to be connected to others you can just go to bible.com. Go to plans and search The One Year Chronological Bible.
3. You can listen to The One Year Chronological Bible through Audible.com or you can download the app and listen to it on your phone.
4. You can buy a The One Year Chronological Bible in book form through Amazon or download it to your Kindle or E-Reader.
5. You can use any Bible you want and follow this print out that tells you what scriptures to read each day: Reading Plan.

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Highlights Outside Holy Covenant:
Citizenship Day at First UMC Coppell:

The Church and Society team of First United Methodist Church Coppell will host a Citizenship Day on Oct. 26. The team is partnering with Justice For Our Neighbors Dallas/Fort Worth to help eligible legal permanent residents prepare and apply for U.S. naturalization. Volunteers and attorneys donate their time to help legal residents fill out applications for citizenship for free. Volunteers are needed to help with entertainment, filling out forms, lunch, childcare and more. Click here to volunteer.