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All Saints Weekly Newsletter
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September 23rd, 2019

     

The News in a Nutshell

          ·      Upcoming Events- At a Glance

Ø Choir Resumes this Tuesday

Ø Women of the Church meeting 29th

Ø Baby Shower for Piedmont Women’s Center October 6th

Ø Sunday Sing, 5pm, October 6th

          ·      Choir Practice - This Tuesday, 7pm

·      Women's Meeting- Sept 29th Following Church 

·      Sunday Evening Singalong- 5pm, October 6th

          ·      Katie Killinger- New Address

          ·      Part 2 New Members/Confirmation Class- Join Us

          ·      Past Confirmation Lessons- LINKS

          ·      Confirmation/New Members Sunday School Class- Join Us

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

          ·      Like and Share- All Saints Facebook Page

·      Lent Web feature- Important Links

 

For more information see the full announcements below

 

 

Choir Practice - This Tuesday, 7pm

Choir practice resumes this Tuesday (September 24th) at 7pm in the Choir room

 

 

Women's Meeting- Sept 29th Following Church 

There will be a women’s meeting immediately following church on Sunday, Sept 29th. All our women are encouraged to attend


Sunday Evening Singalong- 5pm, October 6th

Our monthly evening of song will be this coming Sunday (Oct 1) at 5pm. This is a wonderful time of song and fellowship and a great opportunity for us to lift our voices together in praise to God. As always, invite a friend!

Also, Bobbi asks that you bring any instruments that you have at the house (guitar, flute, drum, and etc…)

 

 

Katie Killinger- New Address

Below is Katie’s address in Japan. I know she would love to hear from you! Please keep Katie in your prayers for a wonderful job experience and for solid Christian fellowship. And when you have a moment drop her a card or a letter and let her know you are thinking of her.

Katie Killinger

1 Goto No. 124

Dai-2 Kenshokuin-shukusha

Hatta, 253 Johoku-machi

Okinoshima Town, Oki

Shimane Prefecture

Japan

685-0016

 

 

Part 2 of New Members/Confirmation Class- Join Us

Part 2 of our New Members/Confirmation class is underway. 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

 

 

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 we feature a couple of important Links that we have included on our web site and Facebook page that should be of interest to our congregation.

The first Link is to the Nashville Statement. This is an important affirmation of the biblical stance on sexuality and marriage. At the same time, it is a loving but firm orthodox response to the current confusion so prevalent today. All Saints is glad to stand with many notable theologies such as J.I. Packer and John Frame in our signing of this statement. LINK

The second link is to the Anglicans for Life webpage. The Anglicans for Life is a prolife anti-abortion ministry in partnership with the Anglican Church in North America (ACNA). In fact, their “Declaration of Life Statement” adopted in 2005, served as the basis for the ACNA’s Title II, Canon 8, Section 3 statement on the sanctity of life. The main objective of Anglicans for Life is to be a Christ-centered ministry that provides educational and pastoral resources to churches in the Anglican Communion, in order to help them bear witness to the sanctity of life. LINK

The Third link is to the GAFCON website. GAFCON is the alliance of worldwide Anglican Bishops and Primates who are committed to: Christ as Lord and Savior, Scripture as God’s word, and to the Historic tenets of the Anglican faith. These Bishops represent the majority of the Anglican world and they have committed to move forward together on these faithful terms. As members of the REC and the ACNA, our bishops are part of GAFCON. Here is the Link to their site LINK

Also, as a bonus, here is a fourth link to the founding statement and theological commitment of GAFCO known as the Jerusalem Declaration. LINK

These are all important witnesses and testimonies that our parish subscribes to. Thus, it is important for our members to be familiar   with them and know that they are available as references when needed. Enjoy!

To find these and all the other links on our All Saints webpage, go to the All Saints’ Home page (www.allsaintsgreenville.com), locate the tool bar at the top right of the screen, find the Resources tab and select Links from the drop down menu. Enjoy!!!

 

 

Spread the Word about All Saints’

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

 

 

Weekly Servers

29 (Trinity 15)

Usher/Greeters-

Adam Black

Alan Brown

Lector- Mac Parks

Acolytes-

Sam (A/G)

Tim (C)

Don (Ch)

 

 

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

The people in the Bahamas and all others affected by the hurricane

 

Students, Teachers, and Administrators for a safe and productive School year

 

Katie Killinger- for Christian fellowship and a smooth transition

 

Paul Dowdy (Darlene’s dad)- who has Pancreatic cancer

 

Pat Childers- for continued strength and recovery

 

Tish Cobb- for continued strength

 

Gary Cobb- for strength, recovery, and healing

 

Mei-Li Sivigny- for continued strength and recover after surgery

 

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

 

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).

 

Annual Episcopal Visit                            February 23rd, 2020

 

Second Quarter Convocation                 March TBA, 2020

(Hosted by All Saints)

 

Diocesan Synod                                     September 18-19, 2020

(Nazareth, Monks Corner)

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