December 2021 - The Fourth Sunday in Advent
December 2021- The Fourth Sunday in Advent
and Serving Continues
Our Fourth Advent Sunday service was a time of worship, praise and wonderful music with a hot meal. Our thanks to Trinity Episcopal for being our partners in the community, thanks for a festival of music brought this week by Sarah and Kevin along with all the students, thanks for Chef Eric and Wicked Weed Brewing for supplying the yummy smoked chicken and for the youth from The Cathedral of All Souls bringing cookies, rolls and smiling eyes.
As we approach our 25th of serving the community we have been blessed with an abundant food supply and the ability to continue our weekly Sunday meal for the jobless and homeless during this pandemic. Our weekly Tuesday Circle of Healing and Prayer Circle also continues at 930am followed by a bag lunch. Observing mandated social distancing and procedures, these services have limited attendance with hand sanitizer and masks supplied if you do not have your own.
We all hope that our ability to have larger gatherings return in the future but the blessings and fellowship that we can do now, will continue.
THERE IS MORE! Meals to go, "The Well" (Nursing and Social Welfare help), Basics-to-Go (Health and hygiene items), Sole Mates (shoes) and personal prayers upon request.
Do you have any questions or concerns?
Contact Vicar Dena or our office
The Red Door, Church of the Advocate
60 Church Street, Asheville, NC 28801
Phone: 828-253-9361 ext. 227
In Christ’s love,
Vicar Dena B. Whalen (The Rev. Dr.)
Brother John Huebner (OSF, Franciscan Missionary Friar)