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Rector’s Update: Mon 9/14

Rector’s Update: Mon 9/14

Dear friends, In the early weeks of this pandemic, long before we knew how long the road ahead of us was (something we still don't know) the vestry discussed two questions: How do we support those in our parish whose economic life has been affected by the pandemic?...

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Rector’s Update: Sat 9/12

Dear friends, Today I have a message for your from our treasurer Lee Morris, and some other news and updates. Also, the service sheet for tomorrow is attached: Pentecost-15-Proper-19-20A-September-13Download Here is the note from Lee: As your treasurer, I continue to...

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Rector’s Update: Fri 9/11

Rector’s Update: Fri 9/11

September 11, 2001We Remember "It is the greatness and heart of the Christian message that God, as manifest in the Christ on the cross, totally participates in the dying of a child, in the condemnation of a criminal, in the disintegration of a mind, in starvation and...

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Rector’s Update: Thur 9/10

Dear friends, "In the beginning was the Word, and the Word was with God, and the Word was God...And the Word became flesh and dwelt among us." -- John 1:1Jesus said, "I am the way, and the truth, and the life." -- John 14:6Jesus said, "You shall know the truth and the...

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Rector’s Update: Wed 9/9

Dear friends, As we struggle on in the midst of a global pandemic that continues to take the lives of upwards of 1,000 people a day in this country, the Church gives us a reminder today that we are not the first to live through treacherous times. Today on the Church...

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Rector’s Update: Sat 9/5

Dear friends, In my days as a political reporter for the Nashville Banner, Labor Day weekend was not just the unofficial end of summer. It was also the time that things kicked into high gear in whatever political races we were covering.  The same is true today....

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Rector’s Update: Wed 9/2

Dear friends, In spring 2019 many of us participated in a project to collect soil from the sites of the 36 lynchings of Black Americans in Fulton County. The lynchings were identified by the Equal Justice Initiative, an amazing organization based in Montgomery, that...

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Rector’s Update: Fri 8/28

Rector’s Update: Fri 8/28

Dear friends, It is a joy to have some good news to share with you. A couple of good things, in fact. First, Justin and Mike Camara report that Amelia's adoption was made official yesterday in a Zoom hearing with the judge. They are now Amelia's dads in every way, and...

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Rector’s Update: Mon 08/24

Rector’s Update: Mon 08/24

Dear friends, Both Georgia and the nation reached grim pandemic milestones over the weekend. Georgia passed the 5,000 death mark from Covid-19 (5,156 as of 3 p.m. today) and the nation marked 175,000 deaths (now 176,802). Medical experts say the actual toll may be far...

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