- Faith & Family
The committee for the retirement celebration of our beloved priest is requesting tributes and ads for the souvenir book to be turned in as soon as possible. See or call Carolyn Spicer-Mond, Harold Meadows or Doris Ingraham. With the help of parishioners, family, and friends we hope to help
our priest accomplish his goal of giving to the UNCF.
Saint Agnes Episcopal Church still has a kindergarten, now located at 321 NW 20th St. Free V.PK enrollment for children to 4 years old. Our kindergarten provides excellent care_which is our number one goal!
The Theodore R. Gibson Chapter of the Union of Black Episcopalians is sponsoring a trip to Atlanta for the ordination of Rev. Robert Wright as the 10th bishop of the Diocese of Atlanta. The service will take place on Saturday, Oct. 13th at the Martin Luther King, Jr. International Chapel on the campus of Morehouse College, beginning at 10:30 a.m.. A charter bus will be your means of transportation. See Cupidine Dean, Kathy Walker or Arnett Hepburn.
A very happy birthday (belated) to Frederick Dean-Wanza, who celebrated her 94th birthday Sept. 28th. Happy natal day to you! Do hope you enjoyed every golden minute of your day!
Peggy G. Green was elated to have her three daughters and her grands to be home with her on her birthday and to attend the football game between “the Wildcats” and “the Hurricanes”. Also her children and grandchildren helped her to have a beautiful birthday bash with them Sept. 15th and 16th Happy! Happy! Dear Friend!
Get well wishes and our prayers go out to all sick and shut-ins: may all of you soon return to good health! Gloria Bannister, Lottie M. Brown, Naomi A. Adams, Evangeline Gibson, Veronica O’Berry, Ted Moss, Inez M. Johnson, Maureen Bethel, Grace Heastie-Patterson, Princess Lamb, Frankie Rolle, Shirley Bailey, Geneva Bethel-Sands, Thomas Nottage, Wilhelmina S. Welch, Donzaleigh “Lisa” McKinney and Gwendolyn Green-Dickson (former Chief of the Miami Police Dept.’s wife). Very happy to see Deacon Doris Ingraham feeling much better.
Miamians were saddened to learn of the demise of Mildred “PI” Ashley and soror Vera Smith Wyche.