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The Episcopal Church of the Covenant314 N. Adams (4th & Adams)Junction City, Kansas 66441(785) 238-2897 Fax: 785-238-2317Email: episcopaljc@gmail.comEmail: Fr. David Jenkins:william.d.jenkins30.mil@mail.milWebsite: www.episcopaljc.comSEPTEMBER 2013NOTES FROM FR. DAVIDWeekly Service ScheduleSunday Mornings8:00 a.m. Holy Eucharist, Rt. I10:00 a.m. Holy Eucharist, Rt. II9:15 a.m. Adult DiscussionGroup in Guild Hall9:15-9:45 a.m. High School SundaySchool in the Vestry Room10:00 a.m. Sunday School forChildren and YouthNo Sunday School the last Sunday ofeach monthNo Sunday School during the summermonthsFridays12:00 (noon) Healing ServiceWith Holy EucharistSeptember 8Adult EducationAnd Youth SundaySchool ResumesGreetings from Washington DC! Each time Icome to our nation’s capital I am struck by an overwhelming sense that is difficult to put into words. Monday I made my way to Arlington National Cemetery tovisit the new grave of CH(COL) Frank Wismer III, mycommand chaplain in OIF 2006-2007. The death of adear friend and mentor, coupled with his recent burialon July 11, 2013 in the hallowed ground of Arlingtonbrings grief that defies words to express. Tuesday, Ispent the day in the Pentagon and over lunch wentdown to the Memorial Chapel that was built in thespace where the plane struck the wall once againthere are no words to express the solemnity as Iturned through the pages of letters that told abouteach of the victims. Today I was at the National GuardBureau with my State Chaplain colleagues discussingthe challenges that confront us. Tonight I had dinnerwith the State Chaplain from Ohio who I got to knowyears ago on the Iraqi-Kuwait border.This trip to Washington DC has impressedonce again a sense of reverence for what can casuallybe referred to as history. Real history is living in thiscontinuum of time and space. Real history mattersbecause it continues to shape our life and world.In a few weeks we will celebrate CovenantSunday as we mark another year in the life of theChurch of the Covenant. May we hold in reverencethe sacred trust that for 154 years has been handedfrom priest to priest and parishioner to parishioner.May we commit ourselves to be honorable stewards ofthis precious gift.Grace and peace,Dave 1

Covenant CalendarSeptember1Men of the Covenant Breakfast—7:00 a.m.2Labor Day6Friday Healing Service — Noonstndthth8Adult Education and High School resumes,9:15 a.m. and Youth Sunday School, 10:00a.m.12thVestry Meeting — 6:30 p.m.13thFriday Healing Service — Noonth14Northwest Convocation Meeting, GraceCathedral, Topeka, KS, Saturday, 1:00 p.m.19thMinistry Team Meetings –7:00 p.m.20thFriday Healing Service — Noonrd2222-23 Fall Fun Fest, St. Margaret’s, Lawrence. Grades6-12, and registration is due September 10.Friday Healing Service — Noon27th29thCovenant SundaySEPTEMBER rry AdamsJake CodyDiann ColbertJace BudinasVal DarlandJames August EdwardsJudy MontgomeryJulia AdamsMichael CohenMary Anna JenkinsMelissa SharpMatt CodyShelley KitePaige LuekerTrisha LuekerBlake PiersonAlexa WojciechowskiJessica BudinasCarter HolmanGrey MontgomeryRamona Printz-SmithChase MathisKira WojciechowskiJedidiah Moody (Jed)Chris MathisMeghan ColbertCourtney (Mathis) DarnellIsaiah Moody (Ike)October4Friday Healing Service — Noon5Blessing of the animals, Heritage Park, 9:30ththa.m.Men of the Covenant Breakfast, 7:00 a.m.61011ththVestry meeting, 6:30 p.m.thFriday Healing Service — NoonColumbus DayMinistry Teams will Meet — 7:00 p.m.Friday Healing Service — Noon154th Diocesan Convention, Grace Cathedraland Capitol Plaza Hotel and ConferenceCenter, Topeka.Friday Healing Service — rer’s Report: The following summary reflects the results of the operatingfund, income and expense for the month of August 2013, with a budgetcomparison.IncomeCurrent month 6,426.14Year to date 55,502.42Budget Year to Date 51,766.76Expense 5,292.80 56,724.52 49,073.72Difference 1,133.34 1,222.10 2,693.04Discretionary Fund Sunday in September is the 1st (Loose offering).ATTENDANCE:Year to date 2012: 1868Year to date 2013: 24102

SEPT. DUTIESSep 1, 2013Sep 8, 2013Sep 15, 2013Sep 22, 2013Sep 29, 2013Sally EdwardsShelley KiteMargie PinaireSally EdwardsShelley KiteDebbie FeganNancy HubbardSheila RoeslerDebbie FeganNancy HubbardMelissa SharpMelanie LasterMelissa SharpMelanie LasterLay Reader 8:00 Vicky BudinasDebbie FeganRobert HicksKen AndrewJoe MitchellMelanie LasterNancy HubbardPaƫ SchoenrockShelley KiteN/AAnne ColleƩGery SchoenrockTom KiteMark EdwardsJolana LasterAcolyteSidney BudinasTaylor CodyAlishah BudinasMeghan ColbertSidney BudinasAltar Guild10:00Chalice BearerIf you have any questions or concerns about the parish call Mark Edwards, Senior Warden at 785-375-2487(cell) or his work number 785-238-3126. Mark’s email is edwards@hooverlawfirm.com.Please call Father, David Jenkins for Pastoral needs. Fr. David is at the church on Fridays and Sundays andis willing to come to visit you at your home upon request. You can reach him at his cell number, 785-4389145 or the church at 238-2897. His email is william.d.jenkins30.mil@mail.mil orepiscopaljc@gmail.com. If Fr. David is unavailable, please call, Deacon Rex Matney, for Pastoral Care needs,work 785-761-2265, cell 785-226-2543 or email: rexmatney@gmail.com.Dillon’s Cards for OutreachSchool is in session! Marty Rombold has already identified 92 chronically hungry familiesin the school district. The Outreach Committee is working towards obtaining perishablefood for hungry people in Geary County through the Harvester’s Program. However, untilthat is accomplished, these families still need assistance on weekends to obtain nourishing food. You can purchase Dillon's cards for Marty to give to families as she deems appropriate. We will provide the cards in 20 increments, but you can give any amount topurchase cards. Marty sincerely appreciates the help our communicants provide to herfamilies. Last year we donated about 1500 in cards as she had 166 families identified bythe second semester.Thank you Richard &Margie Pinaire for paintingthe yellow on the steps anddoing some beautificationin the church yard beforethe Bishop’s visit.Dillon’s CardsDon’t forget to purchase your Dillon’s cards everySunday.The outreach committee uses the proceeds from theDillon’s card program to reach out to kids who haveneeds through the homeless program at USD 475.This includes food and medications needed whilethey are in transition.If you have someone that you would like to recognizeas the Star of the Month please call or email the office,or leave a note in the plate and we will include them inthe next month’s Communicator.3

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NEWS FROM THE DIOCESEThe 154th Annual Convention of the Episcopal Diocese of KansasThe Convention will be Oct. 24-26, 2013, Capitol Plaza Hotel and Maner Conference Center andGrace Episcopal Cathedral, Topeka. The deadline for all convention registrations to be received inthe diocesan office is Sept. 20.Save the date for diocesan verger workshopA workshop centering on the liturgical ministry of vergers will take place on Nov.3, All Saints Sunday, atGrace Cathedral, 701 SW 8th Ave. in Topeka. The event is open to anyone interested in learning moreabout the role vergers play in the church. More information will be available closer to the event date.Online learning tools debuted by ChurchNextChristians who want to learn more about their faith now have an online tool that can help.ChurchNext has debuted its new website, www.churchnext.tv, where individuals and congregations cantake dozens of online courses by themselves or in groups. Courses are taught by experts from a moderateperspective and from a variety of denominational backgrounds. Individuals may sign up for 10 per courseor 15 a month for unlimited access. Congregations can build their own private schools for 59 a month.ChurchNext is headquartered in Detroit and partners with Forward Movement, Episcopal publicationsbased in Cincinnati. Its mission is to provide affordable Christian education for people everywhere thatchanges lives and improves the world.Canon Interim for Administration and TransitionThe Right Reverend Dean E. Wolfe announced he has called the Reverend Meghan F. Froehlich to serveas Canon Interim for Administration and Transition. The decision to hire a Canon Interim was made following the news that Canon Craig Loya has been called to serve as Dean of Trinity Cathedral in Omaha, Nebraska. Froehlich is known to many priests in this diocese, having led last November’s Gathering ofPresbyters in Wichita. She is a consultant, facilitator and executive leadership coach and has more than 25years of experience in management, finance, technology, pastoral care and preaching. As an Episcopalpriest, Froehlich has served large and small parishes in rural and urban settings. She has been active inleadership in several dioceses in congregational development, diaconal formation training and preachingenhancement. More recently, she has added hospice chaplaincy to her list of ministry experiences. CanonInterim Froehlich will begin her duties on Sept. 3 and will conclude her ministry in the diocese when a newCanon is called.Campus Missioner for the Episcopal DiocesesThe Right Reverend Dean E. Wolfe announced he has called the Reverend Stephanie R. Jenkinsto serve as Campus Missioner for the Episcopal Diocese of Kansas.Bishop Wolfe said, “In a field of outstanding candidates, Stephanie Jenkins impressed the SearchCommittee and me with her vision for this ministry. She has a deep understanding of faith-based community as the center of our campus ministry program. She is an experienced priest who was drawn to the challenge and opportunity of campus ministry in this diocese, and I believe she will make an outstanding contribution as a member of our fine diocesan team.”Jenkins has been serving for the past year as Assistant Rector of St. Peter’s Episcopal Church inWeston, Mass., near Boston. Before that she served St. Luke’s Episcopal Church in Bartlesville, Okla. Shealso has been a Peace Corps volunteer in Zambia and executive director of a countywide arts organizationin her hometown of Duncan, Okla. She graduated from Episcopal; Divinity School in Cambridge, Mass., in2010. She also is a graduate of the University of Oklahoma.Jenkins’ husband, Richard, is a cartoonist, author and educator. He also is a native of Oklahoma.They have an 18-month-old son, Henry David, who they call Hank. She said, “My husband and I very muchlook forward to returning to the prairie and sharing our love of the open spaces and limitless skies with ourlittle one, Hank, as we embrace the ministry placed before us.”She will begin her duties on Sept. 20 and will be based from their home in Lawrence.6

Outreach Ministry Team ReportThe Outreach Ministry Team wants to update the congregation on some of our recent activities. We continue to collaborate on a monthly basis with other churches in our community regarding outreach efforts which focus on feeding those in need. This could be either through a foodpantry concept or a periodic feeding program which can help families in need of food. We willkeep you informed of these efforts.The team wants to thank members of the congregation for their generous response to theUnited Way’s “Stuff the Bus” with school supplies. School supplies donated by our church weredelivered to the United Way and taken to all schools in USD 475 to help students who are unableto afford the supplies needed to begin the new school year. The supplies are greatly appreciatedby the schools.Our church hosted the yard sale sponsored by CASA (Court Appointed Special Advocates)on August 31 in our parking lot. Members were invited to donate items which would be sold tobenefit CASA. Thanks to all who contributed.Episcopal Church bookmarks will be included in the Welcome Packets which are given tonew military families at Ft. Riley. We are hopeful this will encourage arriving Episcopalians to visitour church and create an awareness of our presence in this community.We have also initiated another effort to purchase Dillon’s cards to benefit the families intransition or homeless served by Marty Rombold. As most will recall, Marty is the Families inTransition Coordinator for USD 475 who supports those families living in transition in Geary County. Marty has nearly 100 referrals of new families this year who may qualify for this service. Members are encouraged to buy Dillon’s cards for her to give to the people in need. Proceeds fromcards purchased for use by our members also benefit Marty and her families. We so appreciatethe tremendous response of our congregation for this outreach last December.The Outreach Ministry Team is always seeking new members to assist us in our work tospread the word of God in our greater community. Please contact Rex Matney, Vicky Budinas, orShelley Hoyle Kite if you are interested in this work. Thanks to all for your continued support.Shelley Hoyle KiteOutreach Ministry TeamWhen and where is Fall Fun Fest held?The next Fall Fun Fest event will be Sept. 21-22, 2013, at St. Margaret's, 5700 West 6th St. in Lawrence. Check-in for Fall Fun Festis between 12:30-1:30 p.m. on Saturday, Sept. 21, at St. Margaret’s. Participants should eat lunch before they arrive. Parentsare invited to attend worship on Sunday, Sept. 22, at 10 a.m., andyouth can check-out after the service, at approximately 11 a.m.The event is for students currently in grades 6-12. Registration feeis 40 and the deadline is September10.Men of the Covenant Breakfast GroupThe men of the church will be meeting onSeptember 1, 2013. Please come and join themen of the Covenant for their next breakfast at7:00 a.m. in Guild Hall.7

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