Donations for Puerto Rico: Pastor Nelson Velázquez has provided us donation locations and items needed for the people of Puerto Rico. This list is approved by the Government of Puerto Rico. If you are interested in helping, please take your donations to any one of these locations:
Puerto Rico Rises, Main donation Station, 14886 Tradesman, SA, TX 78249
State Farm, Mr. Ivan Cosme, 8122 Marbach Rd., SA, TX 78227
Re/Max Unlimited, 342 Hot Wells Blvd., SA, TX 78223
- Bory's Barber Shop, 10259 O'Conner Rd., SA, TX 78233
Items needed: bottled water, canned food, cereal, medications, first aid kits, batteries, diapers for babies and adults, deodorant, soap, toothpaste, mosquito repellent, gloves, and toilet paper. San Antonio has established a website where you can give directly on-line donations to help the people of Puerto Rico. The website is: www.sanantonio4puertorico.com.
In honor of Jubilee Weekend, October 20-22 the CBA group is asking that congregation members take a copy of information packet with prayers and sign the petition in the back of the sanctuary to help our brothers and sisters in Puerto Rico, Dominica, Barbuda and the US Virgin Islands.
The Chapel Boychoir of San Antonio and St. Paul’s Episcopal Church, 1018 E. Grayson St., will present A Celebration of Psalmody on Sun., Oct. 15, 4:00 pm. The public is invited and there is no admission fee. For more info contact: Mary Ann Winden, AAGO, ChM, Director, Chapel Boychoir of SA, 210-542-1968.
San Pablo will host their Bohemia Dinner on Sat., Oct. 21 from 5:30-9:30 pm in the Fireside Room. They will have folkloric, romantic and dancing music, plus karaoke! Suggested donation is $25 per person. For more information con- tact Ana Stubblefield at 210-452-7120. San Pablo members will have tickets available on Sundays also. They invite everyone to this fun evening!
Pathways to Hope: You are invited to join the 6th Annual City-Wide Ecumeni- cal Worship Service—Pathways to Hope, Breaking the Stigma of Mental Illness on Sun., Oct. 22. This service will be held from 4:30-6:00 pm in the Nellie Wilson Chapel of First Baptist Church, 515 McCullough Ave. The purpose is to provide comfort, hope and strength for families and individuals affected by men- tal illness. Free parking available for everyone.
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Copies of these and previous blogs are on the table in the back of the church.