Notes for the Days Ahead!

Indulgences Returns!Tuesday, October 27, We will gather in the chapel for a free and open conversation about….. Salvation! The Vicar and Curate will help us to know what the Bible says and what the Church in its diversity has taught. Then we will indulge our questions, confirmations and misgivings. And maybe, listening to Reason, we will find some reconciliation in it all. Bring a beverage to share, or enjoy the provisions of others. 7 – 8:30 PM.
All Saints Sunday, November 1: 
All are encouraged to bring photos of loved ones who have gone before to hang on the walls surrounding us in the Chapel. These will be added to icons and images of saints and prophets, a great cloud of witnesses surrounding us as we celebrate the festival of All the Saints. We will gather in the Chapel for the Holy Eucharist at 10:30 AM, commencing with a Litany of Saints.
Lunch will be a festival potluck. As you are able, bring a celebratory dish to share. If you would like, bring a dish made from a recipe of someone in your family and identify it as such.
At noon we will tune in to the live stream action for the Installation of our Bishop Michael Curry as Presiding Bishop of the Episcopal Church. That service will be held at the National Cathedral, and Bishop Curry will preach.
Tuesday, November 3: 
The Advocate will serve dinner for our neighbors at the Community House. As we continue to develop our relationships with our neighbors east and west, the Advocate is going to start helping with dinner at the Community House on first Tuesdays of each month. Community House is a transitional housing program for up to 52homeless men. It is located across the parking lot from the United Church of Chapel Hill, on the northwest corner of MLK and Homestead Road.
Those who can help prepare the meal are asked to arrive by 5 PM. Those who can help serve are asked to be there at 5:45PM. IF you are planning to help in either way, please contact Sallie Moore
The New Community House in Chapel Hill