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Caregiver Support Group Resumes in October


The Dementia Caregivers Support Group will resume meeting on the 1st Monday in October at 12:00 in the chapel.

Adult Forum & Men’s Bible/Book Study Readings


Adult Forum is studying To Kill a Mockingbird the first Sunday of each month.

Adult Forum is studying James Cone, Spirituals and the Blues for the fall season.

Men’s Bible Study is studying Shedinger and Spink, ed., Who Killed Goliath? each Tuesday morning at 7 AM.

One-ders Dining/Theatre Outing


A planned monthly Sunday Brunch for One-ders will kick off Oct. 26th at the Ball & Que Restaurant followed by a trip to the Strand Theatre for a matinee performance of the musical “Little Shop of Horrors”, Broadway’s Best Musical of 2003.  The Ball & Que is located at 1808 Highmarket St.  Further specific information will be forthcoming by email about reservation deadlines, ticket costs etc.  Contacts are Dottie D’Ambrosio 240-2877 or Carolyn Jones 235-9157.

Endowment Fund Established


The Rector’s Discretionary Endowment Fund has been established.  Anyone interested in contributing to this fund, please contact Suzy in the church office

at 843-237-3459.

The Annual Fall Festival at Holy Cross Faith Memorial will be held November 8th, 2015


The Annual Fall Festival at Holy Cross Faith Memorial will be held November 8th, 2015.  This will be a joint effort with the ECW and Smith Medical Clinic.  The ECW will offer plants, jewelry and baked goods and the Clinic will have a yard sale.  We need your help.  Please be thinking about any plants and/or plantings you might be able to offer.  Please look through your recipes too and pick some of your best to bake for the bake sale.  Please, please go through your jewelry and let us have any items you no longer wear.  Please bring jewelry to the church office or you can give it to Annette Billings at church.

Smith Medical Clinic donations will be accepted beginning Tuesday October 28th and every day the clinic is open (not Sat or Sun). This year they are not selling clothes or books.  Sale items include: housewares, kitchen items, small appliances, home décor, furniture, (indoor and out), tools, yard equipment, exercise and sporting equipment. Your donations are tax deductible. Contact Mary Clay if you would like a tax donation form and she will get it to you.  In addition to the yard sale, Sheriff Cribb and his Department are hosting $7.00 meal of chicken perleau to eat while you shop, or get it to go!  Proceeds go to the Clinic!


Blessing of the Animals


Mark your calendars for The Blessing of the Animals which will take place on Sunday October 5th at 5:00 pm in Miss Ruby’s Garden.  This year’s service will include a performance by The Choir for Young Voices!

Join HCFM Team Pink!


Fr. Wil and Rev. Sandy will walk in the 2014 ‘In the Pink’ Breast Cancer Awareness Walk on Saturday, Oct 4 in Murrells Inlet.  Join them and let’s make it a family affair. Sign up online:

 or pick up a brochure in the narthex.  Proceeds from “In The Pink” will benefit the Georgetown Hospital System’s Indigent Breast Cancer Fund. Watch for instructions on where to meet to walk as a team. Wear your ‘In the Pink’ t-shirt to church the next day.

Fall Clean-Up Day


Saturday, October 25th, is the next scheduled Clean-Up Morning at HCFM.  8:30 – 11:30am.  Please bring gardening tools for weeding, triming, etc.  We are interested in helpers for this particular morning, but are also looking for volunteers to help keep up specific areas.  Questions?   Contact Dottie D’Ambrosio 240-2877 or Wally Fortuna  237-9116

October Social Night Out


The October Social Night Out will be held at the home of Bill and Cindy Lapworth on Saturday, the 25th beginning at 6pm.  This will be a Halloween themed party. Sign up sheets will be in the narthex the two Sunday’s before the event.