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Bulletin Board Annual Report January 2006

Narthex: Pat Ketchmark

Since the narthex bulletin board is the first one seen upon entering the church, it should be attractive and eye-catching. We've added seasonal borders this past year and continue to post the names and photos of our clergy as well as the monthly calendar and weekly bulletin. This is important for visitors as well as our members. Thanks to Michael Bauml, we are able to extract photos from the website for display, too. Since the life of an Orthodox Christian is centered on the Saints and Feastdays of the Church, we continue to commemorate these important dates with icons. If there are special events occurring within our parish, we try to feature those as well.

Here's a recap of the 2005 themes:

  • January - photos from the Theophany blessing of water and Chrismation of Matthew Boswell were displayed. Another section entitled "In His Name" featured photos from the philanthropy section of the St.Luke website.
  • February - Pre-Lenten Sundays were featured. This was followed by Lenten Sundays. This theme tied in with the Church School retreat "Destination - Pascha."
  • In March there was also a section of photos from the Church School Pre-Lenten retreat that were downloaded and printed from the website.
  • There was a special Palm Sunday bulletin board for April 24th. During Holy Week, this was changed. And another special Paschal display was posted and remained there until the Ascension..
  • June featured Pentecost bulletin board. Also, photos from Youth Sunday and the Annual Picnic were posted.
  • July - Summer Saints/Feastdays were displayed.
  • August ...Special welcome to the Archbishop was posted and September Feastdays/Saints were added.
  • September featured Feastday and Saints. Also, there was a special "We Shall Not Forget" board for the 9/11 Memorial Service.
  • October... Our Patronal Feastday was featured with several icons of St. Luke.
  • November...Feastday (Entrance of the Virgin Mary) and Saints were displayed
  • December....Nativity of our Lord plus icons of various Saints commemorated during that month.

    Fellowship Hall: June Anderson

    There are two bulletin boards in the Fellowship Hall.

    1. Charity Appeals: Various charities are featured as well as correspondence received from these organizations.

    2. The other larger bulletin board has these special postings.

  • Weekly Prayer List (recently moved to the narthex)
  • Monthly Parish Council Minutes
  • Monthly Stewardship Chart
  • Community News

    During the year of 2005, photos from various events were posted. They included New Members' Ceremony, Baptism of new members, Blood Drive, Bishop's visit in August, altar boys' outing, summer Church School Sunday craft projects, YO Christmas stocking benefit and a visit from St. Nicholas. Seasonal borders enhanced this section as a means of attracting readers.

    For the year of 2006, we will continue to post important observances from our liturgical calendar as well as current activities and important announcements.