What is Happening This Week 11/6-11/10/19

Bridal Shower for Sarah Jones 

Sunday, November 10
Noon in the Covenant Center
Sarah and Kyle are registered at Bed, Bath & Beyond, Target, Amazon and Crate & Barrel.


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!


Weekly Schedule

Wednesday, 6th
6:30 PM Covenant Carillons-sanctuary
7:30 PM Adult Choir -Choir Rm
Thursday, 7th
12:00 PM 4H-CC211, EB202
1:30 PM ECDP Chapel-sanctuary
6:00 PM Advocates for Justice & Peace-CC210
6:15 PM Covenant Carillons-sanctuary
6:30 PM ReFit-CC
Friday, 8th
9:00 AM Carrollton ECPTA Meeting- CCGym
Saturday, 9th
9:00 AM C.O.D.A.-202EB
5:00 PM Harvey’s Kids-CC Gym
Sunday, 10th
9:00 AM Sunday School for All Ages
12:00 PM Bridal Shower for Sarah Jones-CC
12:15 PM UMYF: EB201-205
3:30 PM Charge Conference-FUMC Richardson
4:00 PM Labyrinth Family Walk

Sunday Highlights – November 10, Twenty-second Sunday After Pentecost
Bella Schaffer-Martinez

Cory Bowes

Randy Lasley and Cindy Baucom


Next Week’s Highlights:
LIFT (Ladies In Fellowship Together)
Thursday, November 14
6:30 to 8:00 pm
The monthly LIFT meeting will be at the home of Rhonda King. Go to L.I.F.T. for more information. Bring a snack or covered dish to share. We will enjoy food, fellowship and a short devotional. If you do not have time to prepare a dish, please join us anyway – we want you with us! Come join us for this time of fellowship!

Angel Tree Launch Party
Sunday, November 17
Noon in the Covenant Center
We will meet right after worship and will share a light lunch.

Please bring:
-Hole punches
-Any extra tree ornaments you may not be using for the tree after the angels are removed.

Please contact Donna Johnson or Linda Hill with questions.

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 at 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.

Support Holy Covenant While You Shop
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Highlights Outside Holy Covenant:
How You Can Help Local Tornado Victims

On Sunday, Oct. 20, a massive storm that blew through the Dallas area generated 10 confirmed tornadoes … including one EF-3. The tornadoes touched down in densely populated areas with winds reaching 140 mph, knocking out power to 150,000 electric customers.
The areas around Christ’s Foundry UM Mission and Walnut Hill UMC were among the hardest hit. Walnut Hill UMC’s building sustained damage, and the steeple was blown off.
Since then, first responders and emergency-management personnel have been assessing the damage. Dallas Fire-Rescue said 104 buildings were destroyed, 286 buildings have major damage and 344 have minor damage.

Ways to help:
• Donate funds to the NT Disaster Relief to meet the needs in the affected communities. Please type in “Dallas Tornado” in the memo box so funds are directed to the correct group. The donated fund will go toward buying gift cards for families to replace basic necessities. Funds can fill in the gaps between insurance and out-of-pocket expenses.
• Adopt a family. Many families are experiencing varying degrees of need. For example, some families have lost everything, and others need to replace a few items. If you or your small group are interested in adopting a family, email Rev. Andy Lewis.

Give to DISD. Several DISD schools sustained a partial or total loss. Children have been funneled to other schools. The school district needs to replace supplies and equipment. More Information
DISD is also accepting small boxes of new school supplies, which can be dropped off at the three following locations Monday–Friday from 8 a.m.–5 p.m.
• Kathlyn Joy Gilliam Collegiate Academy, 1700 E. Camp Wisdom Road
• Turney W. Leonard Training Center, 5151 Samuel Blvd
• One Center at Linus Wright Administration Building, 9400 N. Central Expressway, first floor
Thomas Jefferson High School is requesting donations of specific equipment needs. Wishlist