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July Message from the Rector

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Posted by Will Lowry on

In my mind there is a difference in being committed and obligated to something. Being obligated implies that there is no freedom in the connection, while being committed implies a dedicated choice. By committing ourselves to change or changing something, we do so freely and with devotion.

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Why Go To Church?

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Posted by Rt. Rev. Larry R. Benfield on

It is an important gift that Christianity gives to the world: see the risen Christ in others so that they become our equals as we love them as we love ourselves. It brings peace. It is a message that the world needs now more than it has in ages.

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New Ministry: Comfort Food

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Posted by Annette Zehring on

Last Saturday, six happy cooks left jars of soup in the freezer in the church kitchen. We enjoyed cooking together and started with vegetable soup. When we meet again, we'll add other menu choices. The soup is free to anyone. Just take what you want for "rainy day insurance" for yourself, or...

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More New Additions To Our Parish Library

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Posted by Bill Myers on

If you haven't visited our parish library, it's a great place for quiet devotion, learning and contemplation. Located just off the narthex, the collection includes sections like Old and New Testament, Reference, Biblical Commentary, Devotions, and Music. Have a seat and let yourself get lost in...

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Tags: library, parish life

Check Out What's New In Our Parish Library

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Posted by Bill Myers on

New on our shelves Some fun fiction, mystery and lots of laughs: Haydon Konig is chief of police in St. Germaine, North Carolina. He is also organist and choirmaster at St. Barnabas Episcopal Church. He’s the feature detective in a series of twelve liturgical mystery books. Why do people...

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Tags: library

New Adult Sunday School Classes Begin 4/23

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Posted by Barbara Taylor on

Two new Adult Sunday School classes will begin on April 23rd. Parenting in the Pew A 6-week discussion for parents of kids ages 0-17 led by Fr. Will & Ivee Lowry. A kick-off event will be held on Saturday, April 22nd, at 4:30 at the Lowry's home. Please come by the office to get a copy of...

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Tags: adult sunday school

Join Us for Holy Week & Easter Services

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Posted by Barbara Taylor on

From early times Christians have observed the week before Easter as a time of special devotion. St. Theodore’s marks this sacred week with prayerful liturgies and traditions as we remember Christ’s Passion and celebrate his Resurrection. Join us. All are welcome! Palm Sunday, April...

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Tags: easter, good friday, holy week, palm sunday

What Organists Do In Their Spare Time

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Posted by Annette Zehring on

On January 28th, I attended an organ workshop in Wichita, Kansas. Getting a chance to attend a nationally sponsored event so close to home was too good to pass up. Called "A January Jubilee," this workshop was one of three held across the nation. The event was co-sponsored by the Wichita Guild...

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Tags: music, organ

In Their Own Words: Diane Landmesser

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Posted by Diane Landmesser on

Our recent stewardship campaign offered several opportunities for members of St. Theodore’s to share heartfelt testimonials about the role that both giving and our church community play in their lives. Following are some thoughts from one of the youth at St. Theodore’s: Diane Landmesser.

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Tags: prayer, stewardship

Welcome New Vestry Members

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Posted by Barbara Taylor on

Our Annual Meeting of the Parish was held this Sunday, January 22nd. In addition to an abundance of food and fellowship, we voted in three new vestry members: Sue Scott, Randy Brown, and Wayne Whitney.  In case you missed their biographies in the January issue of "The Messenger," here is a...

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Tags: vestry

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