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Thank You from the Compassion Committee!

News--Poinsettias Thank You

Our church members have done it again! We would like to thank all of you who helped deliver the poinsettias that were sent to our church family members who have lost a loved one this year, who are on our prayer list, or who are unable to get to church, and to our dedicated and faithful staff and clergy. This is a meaningful and growing part of the CC’s ministry, and we c...

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Join Us for Lessons and Carols or Holy Eucharist!

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Worship with us Sunday at our 8:15 service of Holy Eucharist (the Rev. Justin C. Hare, preacher) or our festival service of Lessons and Carols at 10:30! Join us also for Sunday school and the Rector's Forum between services and the annual Wassail Bowl reception following Lessons and Carols! Read on for details. ...

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ACNA Hymnal Commission Creates Music Resource Task Force

News--Music ACNA

The twelve-member Hymnal Commission, which was chartered at the June 2023 Meeting of the College of Bishops, met at St. Mark’s Church in Arlington, Texas, from November 13-15. Our task was to develop a process that would produce a Hymnal for the Anglican Church in North America....

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House of Prayer: December Prayer Points

News––Frenchie Richards Prayer Points

Answered Prayers: 1. For the wonderful attendance and message Dr. Amy Orr-Ewing gave at the ECW fall social. 2. For Connie and her team: for the beautiful and tasty food presented at the fall social. 3. For all the new members of our church. 4. For the Foundations Class and those attending....

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Worship With Us on the First Sunday in Advent!

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Worship with us on the First Sunday in Advent! The Rev. Andrew R. O'Dell is preaching; read on for in-person and online worship details. ...

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We May Not Have a White Christmas, but We’ll Have a Blue Advent!

News--Blue Advent

One of the distinctives of the Anglican way of worship is our liturgical observation of the different seasons of the Church year. The rhythm of these seasons follows that of Christ’s life, so that each year we are reminded of the key events in his life and God’s plan of salvation through prayers and songs and colorful vestments and liturgical hangings appropriate for e...

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Thank You, Monti and Callie!

News--Compassion Committee

Monti Hanger and Callie McLaurin To Retire from Compassion Committee After 15 Years of Service: Monti Hanger and Callie McLaurin began serving as Compassion Committee co-chairs in 2008, faithfully caring for those in our parish who are bereaved, sick, hospitalized, homebound, or otherwise needing encouragement from their parish family. ...

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Worship With Us on the Last Sunday After Pentecost: Christ the King!

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Worship with us on the Last Sunday After Pentecost: Christ the King! The Rev. Brian K. McGreevy is preaching; read on for in-person and online worship details....

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Worship With Us on the Twenty-Fifth Sunday After Pentecost!

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Worship with us on the Twenty-Fifth Sunday After Pentecost! The Rev. Justin C. Hare is preaching; read on for in-person and online worship details. ...

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Christmas Gift Book Ideas to Nurture the Faith of Children and Grandchildren

Event--Generations

Before and after services on Sundays, December 3 and 10, and Wednesday evening, December 6, Generations Ministry will be displaying faith nurturing books for your review to consider giving as Christmas gifts to your children or grandchildren. What a great way to nurture the faith of the next generation by offering them a vehicle to focus their minds on scripturally based l...

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