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All Saints Weekly Newsletter
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July 8th, 2019

    

The News in a Nutshell

          ·      David Crossman Concert- This Saturday (7/13) @ 7:00pm

          ·      Part 2 New Members/Confirmation Class- Join Us

          ·      Past Confirmation Lessons- LINKS

          ·      Confirmation/New Members Sunday School Class- Join Us

·      Letters and Cards to Brad Coffey- Address

          ·      Sunday School- for all Ages, 9:30 Sunday Morning

          ·      Like and Share- All Saints Facebook Page

·      Lent Web feature- Historic Statements of The Faith

 

For more information see the full announcements below

 

 

David Crossman Concert- This Saturday (7/13) @ 7:00pm

We are thrilled to be having David Crossman back again this year for another concert performance. Last year was such a wonderful time of music and fellowship you won’t want to miss this year. Keep your eyes on our newsletter and on our Facebook page for more information. Plan to attend and as always, invite a friend.

 

 

Part 2 of New Members/Confirmation Class- Join Us

We have just started Part 2 of our New Members/Confirmation class. So now is a great time to jump in.

Part two of the class focuses on the Liturgy of the church with a special emphasis on the various aspects of our weekly Eucharistic service. It seeks to explain our liturgy’s endeavor to give faithful expression to God’s word at every part of the service as we all as to provide a clearer understanding of what those various parts are and mean. This should be a rewarding study that will deepen our understanding of and participation in our weekly worship services.

All who need to be confirmed are required to attend. All others who are interested, are encouraged and welcome to attend!

 

 

Past Confirmation Lesson [Part II]- Links

For those who missed our confirmation class this week, the handout from the class is available online. Just follow the link given below to the All Saint’s liturgical Corner section of our webpage and click on the “This Week’s Lesson” button. Also, please note: for now, there is no audio. Only the class handout is available.

Here is the link for the past week’s lesson: LINK

In addition you can find lessons from the previous weeks here: LINK

 

 

 

Letters and Cards to Brad Coffey

For those of you who would like to write Brad Coffey, His address is included below. Please remember to use our church address as the return address on your letter, since it has been approved. Otherwise, Brad will not receive your letter.

Here is how your envelope should look:

 

All Saints Anglican Church

3601 Old Buncombe Rd

Greenville, SC 29617

 

Bradley W. Coffey

Box 339500

JBLM, WA

98433-9536

 

 

Sunday School For all Ages

Sunday School begins at 9:30. Invite a friend and plan to attend! I know it will be a blessing to you!

 

 

 

Like and Share- All Saints Facebook Page

https://www.facebook.com/All.Saints.Greenville.SC/

 

        

                 

Web Feature (www.allsaintsgreenville.com)

This week’s web feature is the Historic Statements of the Christian Faith. Each of these succinct expressions of Scripture’s teaching has played a central role in articulating the Christian Faith down through the ages. Furthermore, each is a central document that define the belief of the Anglican Church. These Statements of Faith are:

·      The Three Historic Creeds of the Universal Church (accepted by both East and West). These are: the Apostles, Nicene, and Athanasian creeds

·      The Chalcedon Declaration (The universal Church’s statement of Biblical Christology)

·      The Thirty Nine Articles of Religion (The historic statement of Anglican belief was ratified in 1563 and affirmed by Anglican Church in North America as a part of the Jerusalem Declaration. It remains the statement and standard of Anglican belief today.

“We are desirous of setting forth in our churches the true doctrine of God and have no wish to adapt it to all tastes or to trifle with ambiguities, but, laying aside all carnal and prudential motives, to transmit to prosperity a true and explicit form of doctrine agreeable to the rule of sacred writings.”- Thomas Cranmer on the Articles of Religion, 1548

“We uphold the Thirty-nine Articles as containing the true doctrine of the Church agreeing with God’s Word and as authoritative for Anglicans today.”- Item #4 Jerusalem Declaration  June 28, 2008

 

To find the Historic Statements of Faith, go to the All Saints’ Home page (www.allsaintsgreenville.com), locate the tool bar at the top right of the screen, find the Devotion tab and select Faith from the drop down menu. On the Faith page, scroll down to the any one of the historic statements or creeds and click on the blue link button on the left. Enjoy!!!

 

 

 

Spread the Word about All Saints’

If All Saints’ has been a blessing to you, invite someone you know to church!

 

 

Weekly Servers

14 (Trinity 4)

Usher/Greeters-

Adam Black

Mark Coffey

Lector- Mark DeSpain

 

Acolytes-

MP: Don Brookshire

 

 

 

How can we pray for you?
If you have any special prayer needs or praise reports that you would like to share with the group, feel free to email them to me (or you can call me if you prefer) and I will be glad to include them in our weekly newsletter.

Prayer Requests

God’s Direction for our church and that each of us is spiritually ready

 

Pat Childers- for continued strength and recovery

 

Gary Cobb- for his ongoing immunotherapy

 

Betty Froman who has spinal stenosis

 

Fr. Bill Jerdan (Director of REC Foreign Missions)- who has lung cancer

 

Lee Mosley- who is undergoing chemotherapy

 

The Christians under persecution around the world

 

Brad Coffey- for the issues he is facing

 

All those serving in our armed forces, especially Matthew Orders, Eden Basinger, David Willis, and Samantha Childers Leamy

 

 

 

 

~Dates to Remember

Please, email your events to Fr. Charlie with a brief description. Your description should include: date, time, location, cost, as well as the name of the parishioner participating in the event (when applicable).

 

David Crossman Concert                                 July 13th

 

Diocesan Synod                                     September 20-21, 2019

                                                                 (St. John Charleston)

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