Treasurer’s Message

A message from our treasurer, Lee: As we all know, the costs of keeping the parish going continue despite the fact that we cannot physically be present on Sundays and other days. I am always awed by the faithful generosity of our community, and trust that faithful...

Rector’s Update: Tue 3/24

Dear friends, We received some news from Bishop Wright today that I want to share with you — all in-person services in the Diocese of Atlanta will be suspended until May 24. That means we have two more months of worshipping online. That’s a long time. It...

Rector’s Update: Mon 3/23

Dear friends, “Socially distanced, but spiritually connected.”  Those of New York Gov. Andrew Cuomo’s words, but I think they are a good description of how we are as church right now. Even though the pews were empty yesterday, I still felt a...

Rector’s Update: Sat 3/21

What a week it has been as we have all adjusted to a world we never dreamed of. I appreciate those of you who have tuned in to participate in Compline at 8 every evening (M-F). Several of you have asked about Maisie, aka the Devil Cat, and when she will make another...

Rector’s Update: Thur 3/19

Well, our first foray into worship online did not go exactly as I planned. Maisie the attack cat made an unexpected appearance and pretty much stole the show. One of my favorite writers Anne Lamott calls laughter “carbonated holiness.” Maybe we all needed...

Rector’s Update: Wed 3/18

Dear friends, I have a request to make. I saw a photo on Facebook last night that took my breath away. A Catholic priest whose church has moved to online worship asked his parishioners to email him pictures of themselves. He then printed them out and taped them on the...

Rector’s Update: Tue 3/17

Dear friends, Forty years ago today I boarded a plane in Atlanta to set off on one of the great adventures of my life, three years in Thailand as a Peace Corps volunteer. Yesterday the Peace Corps announced all volunteers from 60 countries will be evacuated and...

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