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Wolf Watch

Wolf Watch is St. Francis’s weekly e-newsletter to our parent community that shares announcements for each grade level and updates on school activities and events. Wolf Watch is updated weekly throughout the school year, so check back every Sunday for the latest on St. Francis happenings.

For this week’s news, please select the appropriate section below.

News for the Week of January 12

All School

St. Francis Fund: The Results Are In!
While the competition was fierce and came down to the final days of 2019, we are excited to announce the St. Francis Fund parent participation grade-level winners in each division! Click here to view the list of winners.
 

PA Christmas Collection Success!
The PA Christmas Collection was a great success, and our beloved staff and faculty were very appreciative. Click here to learn about just a few things the gift allowed our faculty and staff to do this holiday season.


Explore & Extend/School of Music Classes Start This Week
Just a reminder that School of Music lessons and Explore & Extend enrichment classes begin this week, January 13–17, with the exception of Woodworking. Woodworking begins in two weeks. Some classes still have availability and can be found through Program Registration in My BackPack. To view course offerings, visit our Explore & Extend page here.
 

Parents’ Night Out Is January 24
Our next Parents’ Night Out is on Friday, January 24, from 6:00 to 10:00 p.m. Click here for details, including registration information and the dates of upcoming Parents' Night Out events.


Online Re-enrollment Opens February 3
We want you to come back to the pack! Save the date for online re-enrollment, which opens on Monday, February 3. We'll send you an e-mail with details and specific instructions on how to re-enroll at the end of January.


SOTP Registration Opens February 25
Registration for Summer on the Point 2020 will open on Tuesday, February 25, at 10:00 a.m. Look for links to course descriptions and camp schedules later this month, and click here for additional details.


Woolrich Luncheon Is Tuesday, March 10
Please mark your calendars for this year’s Woolrich Luncheon on Tuesday, March 10, when we will be honoring our 2018–19 award recipients. Click here for details.


PA Spring Luncheon Is April 1
Don't miss hearing New York Times-bestselling author Julie Lythcott-Haims at the PA Spring Luncheon on Wednesday, April 1! Click here for details.


We Need Your Used Items (New Items Added)
The Lower School and Middle School art teachers are looking for some items that just might be collecting dust at your home. Click here to see the list. 


Virtue of the Month: Loyalty
During the month of January, the St. Francis community is focusing on loyalty. Our virtue verse is Proverbs 17:17: “A friend loves at all times.” Memorize it as a family. You can also watch this short video to learn the ASL for loyalty.

Table Talk: Virtue sightings—where do you see examples of loyalty in books, films, and life?

Primary School

From the Pre-Primary Lead Teachers
As parents, we love spending time with our children, but sometimes the idea of sitting down to work on academic skills can be daunting. Luckily, we can help our kids learn with simple, everyday activities!

Take, for instance, a trip to the grocery store, which can be filled with all sorts of teaching moments. For young learners, we know that it is imperative that they hear as much language as possible. Research tells us that the more words they hear, the more robust their verbal and listening skills will be. Imagine a walk through the produce section naming items you see. “Look, a lemon!” Then describe it. “The lemon is yellow and round. It feels bumpy! I see lots of lemons all together.” Moving on, you can compare it. “Here are limes. They are the same shape as lemons, but they are green instead of yellow.”

As children grow, you can turn this into more of a conversation by asking questions. “What do you notice? What colors can you spot? How does it feel?” This encourages them to learn about important details and make sense of their world. To extend even further, you can incorporate phonics into the game, by introducing rhymes and letter sounds.

Beyond just literacy skills, math games like counting, comparing, estimating, and adding/subtracting can be worked into an H-E-B trip seamlessly. And, of course, you can tell a story anywhere about anything. Daily routines with your child are a great opportunity to incorporate learning in a fun and worthwhile manner! 

Sincerely,

The Pre-Primary Lead Teachers
Jane Oteiza, Susan Meriwether, Madison Brecevich, and Maggy Britton
 

Cozy Up: Pajamarama Is January 24
On Friday, January 24, St. Francis will celebrate our annual Barker’s Pajamarama Day Ingathering. On this day, students in Primary and Upper School are invited to wear their pajamas to school to celebrate the weeklong ingathering of pajamas, books, and other items. Named after Dianne Barker, head of Primary School from 1992–2008, Pajamarama continues the tradition she introduced of wearing pajamas to school one day a year in conjunction with collecting books for donation.

All donations will benefit Arms Wide Adoption Services, an organization that supports foster children awaiting permanent homes. As in the past, the focus of the ingathering for Primary School is pajamas and books. However, Arms Wide has asked for a variety of other items that will allow them to serve the children in their care more comprehensively. The Upper School will be tasked with donating these new items.

As usual, Pajamarama Day promises to be a lot of fun, and your support in helping our children become people for others is truly appreciated. A few guidelines to remember: 

  • What should you donate?
    • Primary School: One pair of new pajamas and one new book in the zipper-lock bag sent home with your child
    • Upper School: Travel-size or regular personal items, including brushes and combs, deodorant, shampoo and conditioner, shower gel, toothbrushes and toothpaste, socks, underwear, baby wipes, pull-ups, and diapers
  • Where should you donate?
    • Primary School: Boxes in the pods
    • Upper School: Boxes in Andrews House
  • When can you bring your donation?
    • Tuesday, January 21–Friday, January 24

All Primary and Upper School students may wear appropriate pajamas to school on Pajamarama Day, Friday, January 24. If students choose not to wear pajamas, they may wear their regular SFES spirit wear.


Primary School Dining Hall Menu
To view the Primary School Dining Hall menu, please click here.


Mark Your Calendar

Monday, January 13

  • Explore and Extend Classes Start

Tuesday, January 14

  • Chapel: 9:30 a.m.

Wednesday, January 15

  • Chapel: 9:30 a.m.

Thursday, January 16

  • Parent Step-up (Pre-Primary Visits Primary I): 8:30 a.m.

Friday, January 17

  • Parent Step-up (Pre-Primary Visits Primary I/Primary I Visits Primary II): 8:30 a.m.

Monday, January 20

  • Martin Luther King Jr. Day: No School

Tuesday, January 21

  • Pajamarama Ingathering
  • Chapel: 9:30 a.m.

Wednesday, January 22

  • Pajamarama Ingathering
  • Chapel: 9:30 a.m.

Thursday, January 23

  • Pajamarama Ingathering

Friday, January 24

  • Pajamarama Day: PS students wear pajamas to school
  • Explore & Extend Parents' Night Out (PIIGrade 5): 6:00–10:00 p.m. on the Main Campus

Tuesday, January 28

  • Chapel: 9:30 a.m.

Wednesday, January 29

  • Chapel: 9:30 a.m.

Thursday, January 30

  • Pre-Primary Fathers and Friends Breakfast (Meriwether 2-Day, Brecevich, and Oteiza): 8:15 a.m.

Friday, January 31

  • Pre-Primary Fathers and Friends Breakfast (Meriwether 3-Day and Britton): 8:15 a.m.
  • Primary School Admissions Tour: 9:00–11:00 a.m.

Monday, February 3

  • Re-enrollment Contracts Issued

Tuesday, February 4

  • Chapel: 9:30 a.m.

Wednesday, February 5

  • Chapel: 9:30 a.m.

Lower School

From the Division Head
I hope you have had a smooth beginning to the second semester of school. I know re-entry can be challenging! While having the alarm going off early in the morning is not my favorite sound, hearing the hallways filled with laughter and seeing your children eagerly jump out of the car are worth every early alarm. 

I enjoyed my time away in the mountains, reading, relaxing, and cooking A LOT of food for many large boys who came to ski with my sons. (I did squeeze in several afternoon naps.) Having time with my family is such a blessing to me, as I know it is for you.

Another blessing to us all is our amazingly dedicated faculty. They met this past Monday as teaching teams and with our specialists to prepare for the students’ return. Having this day to regroup, look ahead, and prepare proves to be extremely beneficial for the faculty and our students. In addition, our fabulous PE teachers hosted a “mock class” for the LS faculty, so we all have information on what happens in a variety of classroom settings. 

We are looking forward to seeing you in our hallways this coming Wednesday for teacher/parent conferences. If your child is in grades 2–4, he or she will attend the first few minutes of the conference to share areas of strength, areas of challenge, and new goals. If your child is in K–1, he or she has prepared goals for you that the teachers will share. Our students feel so empowered to be a part of their own learning journey. If you’d like to read a bit about the roles of students, parents, and teachers in these conferences, click here.

Thank you for your consistent support and partnership! Have a great week. 

Fondly,

Carol Christ, MEd
Head of Lower School
 

Join Us for Third-Grade Share the Music Days
Parents and friends of third graders, mark your calendars! Join us in February for Share the Music Days, where you’ll attend music class with your child’s homeroom to sing, dance, and play. (Due to the nature of the activities and limited classroom space, we ask that only invited adult guest(s) accompany the student. Thank you!) 

Each class’s event will take place from 11:15 a.m. to 12:10 p.m. in the Music Room, according to the following schedule: 

  • Monday, February 3—Cowen 
  • Tuesday, February 4—Womack
  • Wednesday, February 5—Gonzales 
  • Friday, February 7—Joyce

Come experience the process of developing musicianship skills through interactive, collaborative, highly kinesthetic fun! Hope to see you there!


Mark Your Calendar

Monday, January 13

  • Parent Meeting for Middle Schoolers & Rising Fifth Graders: 7:45–9:00 a.m. in the Hogan Board Room
  • Birthday Chapel: Students with a birthday between January 1–18 will receive a birthday pencil in Chapel today

Wednesday, January 15

  • Student Holiday
  • Parent Conferences

Monday, January 20

  • Martin Luther King Jr. Day: No School

Friday, January 24

  • Explore & Extend Parents' Night Out (PIIGrade 5): 6:00–10:00 p.m. on the Main Campus

Monday, January 27

  • Birthday Chapel: Students with a birthday between January 19–February 1 will receive a birthday pencil in Chapel today

Monday, February 3

  • Birthday Chapel: Students with a birthday between February 2–8 will receive a birthday pencil in Chapel today
  • Re-enrollment Contracts Issued
  • Third-Grade Share the Music Days (Cowen): 11:15 a.m.–12:10 p.m. in the Music Room 

Tuesday, February 4

  • Third-Grade Share the Music Days (Womack): 11:15 a.m.–12:10 p.m. in the Music Room 

Wednesday, February 5

  • Third-Grade Share the Music Days (Gonzales): 11:15 a.m.–12:10 p.m. in the Music Room 

Thursday, February 6

  • Service for Others Day 

Friday, February 7

  • Third-Grade Share the Music Days (Joyce): 11:15 a.m.–12:10 p.m. in the Music Room

Monday, February 10

  • Birthday Chapel: Students with a birthday between February 9–15 will receive a birthday pencil in Chapel today
  • 100th Day of School! 

Wednesday, February 12

  • FAC Chapel: 8:05 a.m. 

Thursday, February 13

  • Valentine’s Day Parties

Friday, February 14

  • Student Holiday: No school due to faculty inservice day

Monday, February 17

  • Presidents’ Day Holiday: No School

Middle School

From the Division Head
Happy Sunday! I hope you and your kids are enjoying a few days of rest after our first week back. This is the time of year when many people set intentions for the year ahead. Whether or not it's a standard practice for your family, this is an opportunity for you and your student to create goals and intentions for the spring. The process of creating goals and checking in on progress offers students more ownership of their learning and progress in school. I invite you to sit down with your child(ren) in advance of your advisor conference on Wednesday and learn about their aspirations for the second half of the year. I also hope you will encourage them to share their goals with their advisor on Wednesday. 

At the risk of sounding like a broken record, I also want to offer a final reminder about tomorrow’s MS Parent Meeting, where we will be presenting and discussing important information regarding the 2020–21 school year. The meeting takes place in the Hogan Board Room and will run from 7:45 to 9:00 a.m.

See you soon!

Chris Bertha, MEd
Head of Middle School
 

Service Hours Opportunity: Help Organize the Lost and Found Closet!
Help is needed periodically to keep the Main Campus lost and found closet in tip-top shape through sorting and hanging items and identifying owners. If your student in grades 6–8 has an interest, please e-mail Lost and Found Coordinator Ali Williams.


Deadline to Buy Your Yearbook Ad Is January 27
Parents of eighth graders and community businesses, please take this opportunity to purchase an ad in the 2020 edition of The Howler, St. Francis’s yearbook. Yearbook ads are a great way to commemorate your children’s experiences at St. Francis, celebrate special teams or clubs, or show your business off to the entire SFES community. Full- or half-page ads are available. Click here for complete details.


Mark Your Calendar

Sunday, January 12

  • Eighth-Grade Musical Rehearsal: 1:00–5:00 p.m. in the FAC

Monday, January 13

  • Monday Schedule/Dress Uniform
  • MS Parent Meeting: 7:45–9:00 a.m. in the HBR
  • Chapel: 10:45–11:15 a.m. in the Chapel

Tuesday, January 14

  • Tuesday Schedule/Regular Uniform
  • Bible Study for Eighth Graders: 7:15–7:45 a.m. in the Christian Education rooms at the end of the Middle School hallway

Wednesday, January 15

  • Student Holiday
  • Parent/Teacher Conferences: 9:00 a.m.–6:00 p.m.
  • Eighth-Grade Musical Rehearsal: 9:00 a.m.–12:00 p.m. in the FAC

Thursday, January 16

  • Tuesday Schedule/Regular Uniform
  • Bible Study for Fifth and Sixth Graders: 7:15–7:45 a.m. in the Christian Education rooms at the end of the Middle School hallway

Friday, January 17

  • Friday Schedule/Friday Attire: Wolf Wear or SFES spirit gear with blue jeans or uniform bottoms
  • Art à la Carte

Monday, January 20

  • Martin Luther King Jr. Day: No School 

Tuesday, January 21

  • Tuesday Schedule/Regular Uniform
  • Bible Study for Eighth Graders: 7:15–7:45 a.m. in the Christian Education rooms at the end of the Middle School hallway

Wednesday, January 22

  • Wednesday Schedule/Regular Uniform
  • Bible Study for Seventh Graders: 7:15–7:45 a.m. in the Christian Education rooms at the end of the Middle School hallway
  • Chapel: 10:45–11:15 a.m. in the Chapel
  • Howlers Practice: 11:20–11:55 a.m. in the Dance Room

Thursday, January 23

  • Thursday Schedule/Regular Uniform
  • Bible Study for Fifth and Sixth Graders: 7:15–7:45 a.m. in the Christian Education rooms at the end of the Middle School hallway
  • Winter Pep Rally: 2:35–3:05 p.m. in the Gym

Friday, January 24

  • Friday Schedule/Friday Attire: Wolf Wear or SFES spirit gear with blue jeans or uniform bottoms
  • Explore & Extend Parents' Night Out (PIIGrade 5): 6:00–10:00 p.m. on the Main Campus

Saturday, January 25

  • Eighth-Grade Musical Rehearsal: 1:00–5:00 p.m. in the FAC

Monday, January 27

  • Monday Schedule/Dress Uniform
  • Chapel: 10:45–11:15 a.m. in the Chapel

Tuesday, January 28

  • Tuesday Schedule/Regular Uniform
  • Bible Study for Eighth Graders: 7:15–7:45 a.m. in the Christian Education rooms at the end of the Middle School hallway
  • MS Colonial Day Parent Meeting: 8:00–8:45 a.m. in the HBR

Wednesday, January 29

  • Wednesday Schedule/Regular Uniform
  • Bible Study for Seventh Graders: 7:15–7:45 a.m. in the Christian Education rooms at the end of the Middle School hallway
  • Chapel: 10:45–11:15 a.m. in the Chapel

Thursday, January 30

  • Thursday Schedule/Regular Uniform
  • Bible Study for Fifth and Sixth Graders: 7:15–7:45 a.m. in the Christian Education rooms at the end of the Middle School hallway
  • MS Parent Book Study: 7:45–8:45 a.m. in the HBR

Friday, January 31

  • Friday Schedule/Friday Attire: Wolf Wear or SFES spirit gear with blue jeans or uniform bottoms
  • NJHS Meeting (LS Read Aloud): 7:15–7:50 a.m. in the Crum Library
  • Faculty vs. Eighth-Grade Boys' Basketball Team: 2:40–3:30 p.m. in the Gym; students only

Upper School

From the Division Head
Happy New Year! Welcome to the Roaring (20)20s and welcome back to the school routine! I hope that the first week of the new calendar year has been a positive one for you and your families.

As you may remember from my last Wolf Watch message, today’s message includes my reading notes (linked here) from Part 1 of Jessica Lahey’s The Gift of Failure: How the Best Parents Learn to Let Go So Their Children Can Succeed. Please consider joining me this Friday, January 17, in Andrews House to discuss Part 1 over coffee and breakfast treats. This is an opportunity to learn from one another as we share portions of the reading that resonated for each of us. We’ll reflect together on how we can best support one another in the often challenging work of parenting teenagers.

In closing, here are a few of my takeaways from just the first two pages of the introduction:

We have taught our kids to fear failure, and in doing so, we have blocked the surest and clearest path to their success … . The setbacks, mistakes, miscalculations, and failures we have shoved out of our children’s way are the very experiences that teach them how to be resourceful, persistent, innovative, and resilient citizens of this world … . We parents are going to have to step back, leave those scary obstacles lying in the road, and allow our children to face them head-on. Given our support, love, and a lot of restraint, our kids can learn how to engineer their own solutions and pave their way toward success that is truly of their own making.

Looking ahead, we’ll be reading and discussing Part 2 on Friday, January 31, and Part 3 on Friday, February 21. Join me!

Here’s to a wonderful week!

Sincerely,

Cara Henderson, EdD
Head of Upper School


Cozy Up: Pajamarama Is January 24
On Friday, January 24, St. Francis will celebrate our annual Barker’s Pajamarama Day Ingathering. On this day, students in Primary and Upper School are invited to wear their pajamas to school to celebrate the weeklong ingathering of pajamas, books, and other items. Named after Dianne Barker, head of Primary School from 1992–2008, Pajamarama continues the tradition she introduced of wearing pajamas to school one day a year in conjunction with collecting books for donation.

All donations will benefit Arms Wide Adoption Services, an organization that supports foster children awaiting permanent homes. As in the past, the focus of the ingathering for Primary School is pajamas and books. However, Arms Wide has asked for a variety of other items that will allow them to serve the children in their care more comprehensively. The Upper School will be tasked with donating these new items.

As usual, Pajamarama Day promises to be a lot of fun, and your support in helping our children become people for others is truly appreciated. A few guidelines to remember: 

  • What should you donate?
    • Primary School: One pair of new pajamas and one new book in the zipper-lock bag sent home with your child
    • Upper School: Travel-size or regular personal items, including brushes and combs, deodorant, shampoo and conditioner, shower gel, toothbrushes and toothpaste, socks, underwear, baby wipes, pull-ups, and diapers
  • Where should you donate?
    • Primary School: Boxes in the pods
    • Upper School: Boxes in Andrews House
  • When can you bring your donation?
    • Tuesday, January 21–Friday, January 24

All Primary and Upper School students may wear appropriate pajamas to school on Pajamarama Day, Friday, January 24. If students choose not to wear pajamas, they may wear their regular SFES spirit wear.


Mark Your Calendar

Monday, January 13

  • Day 1 Schedule/Regular Uniform
  • Boys' Basketball Practice: 4:15–6:00 p.m. in Crum Gym

Tuesday, January 14

  • Day 2 Schedule/Regular Uniform
  • Swim Practice: 6:45–8:00 a.m. at the Houston Racquet Club
  • Chapel: 10:20 a.m. in the Andrews House
  • Boys' Basketball vs. HCYA: 6:45 p.m. in Crum Gym

Wednesday, January 15

  • Student Holiday (Welcome to the Den Conferences)

Thursday, January 16

  • Day 3 Schedule/Regular Uniform
  • Swim Practice: 6:45–8:00 a.m. at the Houston Racquet Club
  • Boys' Basketball Practice: 4:15–6:00 p.m. in Crum Gym

Friday, January 17

  • Day 4 Schedule/SFES Spirit Wear
  • US Parent Coffee and Book Talk: 8:30 a.m. in Andrews House
  • Boys' Basketball vs. St. John's: 6:15 p.m. at St. John's

Monday, January 20

  • Martin Luther King Jr. Day: No School

Tuesday, January 21

  • Day 5 Schedule/Regular Uniform
  • Pajamarama Collection: Drop off items at Andrews House
  • Swim Practice: 6:45–8:00 a.m. at the Houston Racquet Club
  • Chapel: 10:20 a.m. in Andrews House
  • Boys' Basketball vs. School of the Woods: 5:oo p.m. at School of the Woods

Wednesday, January 22

  • Day 6 Schedule/Regular Uniform
  • Pajamarama Collection: Drop off items at Andrews House
  • Swim Practice: 7:00–8:00 a.m. at the Houston Racquet Club
  • Chapel: 9:50 a.m. in Andrews House
  • Boys' Basketball Practice: 4:15–6:00 p.m. in Crum Gym

Thursday, January 23

  • Day 1 Schedule/Regular Uniform
  • Pajamarama Collection: Drop off items at Andrews House
  • Swim Practice: 6:45–8:00 a.m. at the Houston Racquet Club
  • Boys' Basketball vs. HHA: 5:30 p.m. in Crum Gym

Friday, January 24

  • Day 2 Schedule/Pajamas or SFES Spirit Wear
  • Pajamarama Collection: Drop off items at Andrews House
  • Boys' Basketball Practice: 4:15–6:00 p.m. in Crum Gym

Saturday, January 25

  • HAPPI Meet: 8:30 a.m. in the University of Houston Natatorium

Monday, January 27

  • Day 3 Schedule/Regular Uniform
  • Boys' Basketball Practice: 4:15–6:00 p.m. in Crum Gym

Tuesday, January 28

  • Day 4 Schedule/Regular Uniform
  • Swim Practice: 6:45–8:00 a.m. at the Houston Racquet Club
  • Chapel: 10:20 a.m. in Andrews House
  • Boys' Basketball Practice: 4:15–6:00 p.m. in Crum Gym

Wednesday, January 29

  • Day 5 Schedule/Regular Uniform
  • Swim Practice: 7:00–8:00 a.m. at the Houston Racquet Club
  • Chapel: 9:50 a.m. in Andrews House
  • Boys' Basketball vs. Post Oak HS: 5:00 p.m. at Post Oak HS

Thursday, January 30

  • Day 6 Schedule/Regular Uniform
  • Swim Practice: 6:45–8:00 a.m. at the Houston Racquet Club
  • Boys' Basketball Practice: 4:15–6:00 p.m. in Crum Gym

Friday, January 31

  • Day 1 Schedule/SFES Spirit Wear
  • US Parent Coffee and Book Talk: 8:30 a.m. in Andrews House
  • Boys' Basketball Practice: 4:15–6:00 p.m. in Crum Gym

Church

Spring First Communion Classes Start January 26
First Communion classes begin Sunday, January 26. This is an eight-week course designed for second-grade students to prepare to receive the Holy Eucharist. (First Communion Sunday will be Sunday, March 29.)

For more information or to sign up, please contact Allison Devlin via e-mail or at 832.325.2988.


Bible Study for Moms on Wednesdays
Moms, give yourself the gift of studying God’s Word with other St. Francis moms! Seeking God first puts everything in perspective. Join us Wednesdays at 8:15 a.m. in the Andrews House on the South Campus. Come whenever you can—in workout or work wear! We are studying the book of Ephesians.

Please contact Allison Devlin via e-mail or at 832.325.2988 with any questions.


Sundays at St. Francis Episcopal Church

  • Service Times:
    • 8:00 a.m.: Holy Eucharist, Rite I (casual and contemplative service)
    • 9:00 a.m.: Family worship with Holy Eucharist (kid-friendly; updated music; all ages welcome)
    • 11:00 a.m.: Holy Eucharist with organ and choir (traditional worship with beautiful music)
    • 5:00 p.m.: Holy Eucharist, Rite I (casual and reflective service)
  • Let It Shine! Children’s Bible Breakout: After the children’s message during the 9:00 a.m. service, all children in pre-K through middle school are invited to follow the cross to participate in the Let it Shine! Children’s Bible Breakout. Children will learn lessons from the Bible, act out Bible stories, memorize key verses from Scripture, and pray together. They will return to the service during the announcements. 
  • LightHouse Expressions in Art: During the 10 o’clock hour, children in pre-K to middle school are invited to meet in the Guild Room to create an art project reinforcing the Bible lesson and key verse discussed during Let it Shine! High school youth are invited to serve as leaders and helpers during this time.
  • God Lights Our Way (GLOW): Students in grades 5 to 8, join us at 10:00 a.m. in CE 212.
  • Breakfast Bites and Fellowship: Please join us in the Wheatcroft Parish Hall for coffee, donuts, and light bites after the 9:00 a.m. and 11:00 a.m. services.

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