The people of St. Catherine's seek to share in the love that Jesus Christ has for us and the world by welcoming, accepting, nurturing, and serving all people through the power of the Holy Spirit.
We Welcome You!
The Newsletter of
By Father Jim
St. Catherine’s Episcopal Church and The Diocese of Atlanta take the subject of safe church practices very seriously. We have used the Safeguarding God's Children training program since its inception in 2004. In 2006, we added the online training program, Safeguarding Online. Both programs were developed and advanced by the Church Pension Group, in partnership with Praesidium, Inc., the curriculum designer. We have St. Catherine’s specific policies in place regarding the protection of children and the safe space we desire to create for them and the adults who work with them. We also have St. Catherine’s specific policies in place regarding the protection of adults from sexual harassment and sexual exploitation. Harriet Pyburn capably administers both of these programs for our parish.
St. Catherine’s Episcopal Church and The Diocese of Atlanta require all adults who work with children and youth to attend a three-hour training called “Safeguarding God’s Children” (SGC). This training provides information on how we can each participate in protecting our children and youth from child sexual abuse, both in our own families and in our ministries. These trainings are offered at St. Catherine’s and other congregations on a regular basis.
Anyone who works with adults in specific situations and/or contexts must attend a three-hour training called “Safeguarding God's People” (SGP). This training program is designed for protection of adults with regard to sexual harassment and sexual exploitation. These two trainings, SGC and SGP, are distinct programs. The next Safeguarding God’s People training will be held at St. Peter and St. Paul Episcopal Church on February 22 from 9:30 to 12:30. Please call their church office at 770.977.7473 to register for the training.
St. Catherine’s Policies for the Protection of Children and Youth from Abuse may be obtained for your review by contacting the office at 770.971.2839 or by email ginneystcatherines.org. These policies have been adopted by the Vestry and Preschool Board of Directors of St. Catherine’s and apply to work both as a church and a preschool. They include information and guidelines on screening, interacting, monitoring, training, and reporting with regard to adult supervision of and interaction with children and youth. They also include a leadership matrix which clearly expresses our expectations for training in specific leadership positions by both clergy and lay persons. Everyone, clergy and laity alike, are expected to adhere to these policies with no exceptions. Anyone with a complaint or concern about misconduct by laity in St. Catherine’s should contact the Rev. Jim Nixon at fatherjimstcatherines.org or 770.971.2839 (o) or 678.910.4923 (cell). Anyone with a complaint or concern about misconduct by clergy in St. Catherine’s should contact the Rev. Canon Alicia Schuster Weltner, Canon for Congregational Development for clergy concern or misconduct. Contact her by phone, email, or in person by appointment: 404-601-5349; aschusterweltnerepiscopalatlanta.org. Her office is at the Diocesan Offices at the Cathedral of St. Philip, 2744 Peachtree Road, NW, Atlanta 30305. You will receive a timely response if you leave a message.
For questions concerning Safe Church Practices at St. Catherine’s please contact the Rev. Jim Nixon at 770-971-2839 or Harriet Pyburn at harriettpyburnbellsouth.net. For questions concerning Safe Church Practices in the diocese, please contact The Rev. Dr. Deborah Silver at 404-601-5358 or email dsilverepiscopalatlanta.org.
The Annual Meeting of St. Catherine’s will be held on January 26 following the 10:30 principal service. A light lunch will be served first, then we'll proceed with business. There will be two worship services this day at 7:30 and 10:30 AM, and Church School at 9-10 AM.
The Parish Annual Meeting is a time for the congregation to to reflect on the year past and to explore the opportunities and challenges that lie ahead in the new year. We hope you will be a part of this most important time in our common life.
Saturday, February 8
Join us for the 15th annual Valentine’s Dinner Dance and Auction! This event is always a fabulous evening and is our biggest fundraiser for our Youth program. The night begins with bidding on the Silent Auction. We'll serve a formal meal and an open bar will be available with beer, wine, and soft drinks. During dessert we will hold our always spectacular Live Auction! We’ll conclude with dancing to music from a professional DJ.
Space is limited so don’t wait to get your tickets—we usually sell out! The entire evening is a great chance to spend time with friends, eat delicious food, bid on great items, and raise money for the youth. All proceeds go toward the YA pilgrimage to Ireland in this summer. Tickets are on sale Sundays in the foyer at $30 per person, or for information contact Mike Peterson, mikestcatherines.org, 770-971-2839. Please, no walk ins at this event.
Auction items gratefully accepted
Thank you everyone in the community who has donated so far! Past items have included personal vacation homes, sports tickets, gourmet dinners, gift certificates, crafts, collectibles, gift baskets, personal services, etc. To contribute please contact Youth Director Mike Peterson, mikestcatherines.org, 770-971-2839, or any of the YA Youth or Leaders. All donations are tax deductible and greatly appreciated!
Silent Auction open to everyone
The Silent Auction will be open on the day of the event in the atrium leading to the Parish Hall from 10 am to 4 pm for anyone who would like to bid on items, no ticket needed. Thank you for your support!
Order by 5 pm Monday, Jan. 27
The Deacons of Diocese of Atlanta are selling barbecue pork butts with proceeds supporting Emmaus House. A single pork butt will feed 10-12 people and is priced $45 each. Orders must be received by 5 pm on January 27, and will be brought to St. Catherine's for your pickup on Saturday, Feb. 1 or Sunday, Feb. 2. Online orders are preferred: go to www.episcopalatlanta.org/Content/Super_Bowl_Holy_Smoking_BBQ_.asp -- be sure to enter "St. Catherine's" as your parish! You may also order with check payable only to "Deacon Chip Faucette" (not to the church) - be sure to designate your check "Holy Smoke BBQ, St. Catherine's" and make sure your check has name and telephone number on it. IN ADDITION PLEASE CONTACT Swiss Britt, swiss_brittearthlink.net that you have placed an order so that she may provide you with the details about delivery.
By Jennifer Sherwood and Molly Banko
Happy New Year, Young Families! We have fun events planned for this winter and spring. If you are a family with children under age 12 we invite you to join us:
St. Catherine’s Preschool: Cherishing Childhood — Valuing Education
Registration for our Preschool for the 2014-15 school year is coming up. We appreciate you referring your friends and neighbors to our quality program for ages one to pre-K — voted the #1 preschool in East Cobb in the Reader Choice Awards from Around About East Cobb magazine! Please visit our website at www.stcatherines.org/preschool for more information on our wonderful preschool.
Saturday, February 15 trip to Booth Western Art Museum
Cats on Wheels is our fellowship group for active senior adults and we welcome you! Join us for a day trip to the Booth Western Art Museum in Cartersville. Admission to the museum and your lunch cost will paid by each attendee. RSVP for details and carpool on the Opportunities For Ministry in your bulletin or contact Alan Certain, st.cats.on.wheelsgmail.com, 404-661-2200. Information and directions for the museum: www.boothmuseum.org.
Wednesday Night Live (WNL) is our weekly Wednesday evening program with dinner, fellowship and learning for people of all ages, with dinner 6:00-7:00 pm, followed by programs 7:00-8:00 pm. Dinner prices are $7 adults, $3 children (maximum $25 per family) -- be sure to make your dinner reservation each week that you will dine with us on the Opportunities For Ministry form in your bulletin, or contact the church office by 5 pm Tuesday.
Our adult program for WNL during Epiphany is the BASIC video series featuring Francis Chan. Francis is an American preacher. He is the former teaching pastor of Cornerstone Community Church in Simi Valley, CA, a church he and his wife started in 1994. He is the author of the popular book, Crazy Love.
The program for children through 5th grade is "Praying in Color" for kids. Adult volunteers are needed to assist. Please sign up on the Opportunities For Ministry form in your bulletin, or contact our new coordinators, Sue Snape and Kell Owen.
Lenten suppers --chefs needed
Our Wednesday evening Lenten Series will begin March 12. We invite parish members to prepare and serve a simple Lenten meal of soup, bread and beverage. This meal could be provided by one person or a team. We ask that you consider offering a couple of different soups and, anything you wish to add to the menu. For information or to sign up please see the Opportunities For Ministry form in your bulletin or contact Father Jim, fatherjimstcatherines.org.
Would you like to be more active in worship services at St. Catherine’s? Volunteer help is needed to serve on a rotating basis in the following positions. To learn more about any of these opportunities please sign up on the Opportunities For Ministry form in your bulletin or contact the persons listed. (Photo, right, by Jan Potter - Communion is offered, on January 12)
The need is constant and your contribution is important for a healthy and reliable blood supply! Our next blood drive will be held on February 25, 3:00 to 7:00 PM in the Parish Hall. (Please note that all our blood drives this year will have a new end time, at 7:00 pm.) Reservations are helpful to get you in and out in the shortest time but are not required, all donors are welcome the day of the event. You can reserve a time now by going to www.redcrossblood.org and enter our sponsor code: STCATS. Help is also need for greeting donors, setup and clean up, please contact Jennifer Massey, massey.jmgmail.com / 404.375.8327.
The Red Cross gave us a $25 AXP Gift Card to give away during our December Blood Drive. The drawing was held at our Hanging of the Greens on December 22. A member of our local community was the winner, and below is a nice letter from him in thanks:
A special annual tradition at St. Catherine’s is our booklet of reflections on the season of Lent written by our own parishioners. Won't you consider writing for this year’s collection? You will be assigned a Scripture passage on which to write a brief (1 or 2 paragraphs) meditation. Reflections will be due by Sunday, February 23. Names are not attributed to individual writings, so only you (and the editors) will know which one is yours! Still hesitant? You can view last year's booklet to see what other contributions have looked like... go to www.stcatherines.org/reflections/lent.htm . Please sign up on the Opportunities For Ministry form in your bulletin or contact Karen Manno at karenstcatherines.org. We will be in touch with your assignment.
A "Safeguarding God's People" training will be held on Saturday, February 22 at St. Peter and St. Paul Episcopal Church, 1795 Johnson Ferry Rd, Marietta, GA 30062, from 9:00 am to 1:00 pm. To register please call the office of St. Peter and St. Paul at 770.977.7473. Anyone who wishes to volunteer with Family Promise at St. Catherine’s as an Evening Host or Overnight Host MUST have this training, as well as for other volunteer opportunities working with adults such as Stephen Ministry.
By Audrey Nesbit
All St. Catherine's parishioners are invited to join a five-part conversation on dismantling racism. The series of talks, entitled "Drawing the Circle Wider," is coming this spring. Why hold these conversations? An answer can be found in a quote from our bishop, "Faith is to connect to and live out God-induced dreams.... Division is false. True realty is Oneness." (Bishop Rob Wright in his For Faith weekly devotionals, "Connected," Sept. 27, 2013).
Watch for more information and mark your calendars for Sunday evenings in Lent. Questions? Please contact Marilyn Hunter, Althea Dillard or Audrey Nesbit.
St. Cat's hosting week: January 26 - Feb. 2
Thank you to all the folks who came to be trained for Family Promise at St. Catherine's on January 18! The first guests stayed at St. James Episcopal for the first week of the program, then at Covenant Presbyterian and Pilgrimage United Church of Christ for the following weeks, and will be at St. Catherine's beginning January 26! Everyone involved so far has said it was a wonderful experience. Challenges continue with getting the required day center upgrades completed, so the weekday programs continue to be held in St. Cat's Youth House. You can keep up with all the ongoing news and activies on the website and Facebook page.
We are working to finish renovating our day center and fill it with furniture. Thanks to a great team who came out to help paint the interior earlier this month. It looks so much better and now we have beautiful hardwood floors to boot. On Saturday, January 25, we will need about four volunteers to help move the furniture into the house. We will start at 9 am and should be done within the hour. To help, please contact Hale Sanders.
We are beginning to receive applicants to volunteer to drive our van. All such applicants should contact our Director, Camilla Worrell, at cworrellfamilypromisecobbcounty.org. We still need a 15-seat van (we currently have a six-seater) and prefer one with less than 40k miles. Do let us know if you have any leads on this.
Hale Sanders, halesandersatt.net, 678-472-1839
January 20, 2014
I am delighted to send two checks on behalf of the people of St. Catherine’s and in support of the mission and ministry of Family Promise of Cobb County. The total of $11,262.99 represents our 2013 Christmas offering ($3,881.25) and a special offering in honor of the 10th anniversary of our fire on January 10, 2004 ($7,381.74).
We are very excited about FPCC and have been so honored to be part of the vision for this new ministry as well as a home to your team over these past months. In particular the special offering on January 12, 2014 represents to us both the grace and love of God in Jesus Christ who was very near to us following our fire and was ever ready, through the words and deeds of others, to provide shelter and comfort to our congregation. We believe that at the very heart of Family Promise this is what you are doing for homeless families; providing grace filled shelter and comfort to those who come to our doors. We look forward to hosting Family Promise at St. Catherine’s for the first time the week of January 26. I am confident that it will be an experience that will begin a transformation in this congregation leading us to a new place and new understanding of homelessness in our community.
In Christ’s love,
By Connie Bergeron
For the St. Catherine's families and friends who signed up to help provide, prepare and serve the evening meal on Thanksgiving Day at MUST's Elizabeth Inn, November 28 was an opportunity to witness a true miracle. Volunteers and food sponsors included Kell Owens and her family, Cathy Donley and her family, Bill and Tinka Ivey, Karen and Paul Manno, and Ron and Connie Bergeron. Following our monthly meal plan, we arranged for broccoli, salad, fruit and cake, etc., and chickens ordered by our liaison with our usual barbecue restaurant. However upon arrival at the restaurant, we found they were closed for Thanksgiving. Okay, plan B: we can pick up chicken at the Big Chicken—which was also dark and closed for the holiday.
We drove on to Elizabeth Inn, and we were just approaching the kitchen coordinator to ask her if there were any leftovers from lunch that could be stretched to make enough for dinner, when a couple walked in carrying pans of turkey and ham to donate. Even more amazing, due to limited refrigerator space at MUST that night, the donated food would have had to be discarded if we could not use it for dinner. God is so generous. He knows our needs before we even utter words to ask, and we were incredibly blessed to have Him provide our entree for Thanksgiving. We are still overwhelmed with gratitude, and all of the volunteers and guests at the Inn that night shared in the Thanksgiving bounty. Please join us as we say "Thanks be to God!"
We invite you to volunteer for dinner service at MUST's Elizabeth Inn homeless shelter on the 28th of any month. Please email Connie Bergeron (conniebmindspring.com) or Tracy Buckalew (tracyklpcpeoplepc.com) for more information.
Photos below: Serving at the Inn (by Connie Bergeron)
By Harriett Pyburn
Collection bins are located to the left of the main sanctuary doors across from the Parlor. Interested in getting involved? The collections ministry is looking for a few individuals to help plan, advertise and deliver monthly collections. This is a great opportunity to involve children in ministry work. If you have any interest, please contact Harriett Pyburn at harriettpyburnbellsouth.net
By Tom Blackstock
Here’s what happened at the Vestry’s regular meeting on January 21:
How we all can help
By Tom Hunter
The community of St. Catherine’s is much larger than those we regularly see in church on Sunday or that we work with in our ministries. We are all still members of St. Catherine’s. We may encounter friends, relatives, neighbors, and work associates who have drifted away from St. Catherine’s, people who no longer attend worship or participate in church activities. We want to reach out to them and minister to them—but we’re not always sure how. Below are some thoughts about how to handle a chance encounter with someone you haven’t seen in a while.
If you run into some issues in your conversation that could use further contact you can inform a member of our new Calling and Caring Ministry. The Ministry has started with fifteen members who attended six hours of training. We will be wearing white name badges with purple lettering. Please let any of us know if you miss seeing friends or acquaintances at St. Catherine’s. The love of St. Catherine’s will reach out to all parishioners whether they are in Church or not. Contact: Tom Hunter, thunter41bellsouth.net.
As announced in the December 21 Wheel newsletter, St. Catherine’s has received a Power Wise Energy Improvement Matching Grant from the Georgia Interfaith Power and Light. Rev. Alexis Chase, Executive Director of GIPL and a transitional Deacon in the Diocese of Atlanta, will join us on Sunday, January 26, at the 10:30 am service to present the grant. GIPL is a non-profit organization celebrating its 10 th anniversary this year which equips congregations to care for creation through worship, education, and the stewardship of our natural resources. Here is their letter announcing the awarding of our grant:
Over this year we will be working to upgrade our HVAC scheduling system and improve our insulation in an effort to make our facility more energy efficient. Many thanks to GIPL for this grant, to all who helped with the writing of our grant proposal, and to those who are performing the work of this project. To find out more about Georgia Interfaith Power and Light please visit their website at www.gipl.org .
Some new and old faces seen around St. Catherine's (photos by Bettye Harris)
The Atlanta Guitar Trio delighted a large audience in our sanctuary in the second of this year's Concert Series events on January 18. (Photo by Bill Ivey)
A great day at the 8:45 am celebration of Our Lord's Baptism, with four new members baptized and sealed as Christ's own forever! (Photos by Jan Potter, see lots more full size at ChurchBaptisms011214)
A fun and tasty dinner on January 18, hosted by Peter and Colleen Morich, to tell us about the Slow Food movement and their year in Italy. (Photos by Colleen Morich)
In our Parish Cycle of Ministries, we celebrate the life and work of these ministries in the upcoming weeks. Please read on to find out about each and consider if you’d like to become involved:
Letters have been received from the following to acknowledge gifts from our parish:
Every parish in the Diocese of Atlanta is invited to participate in a celebration commemorating the life and witness of Absalom Jones, the first African-American priest to be ordained in the Episcopal Church. The celebration will take place at 10 a.m. Saturday, Jan. 25, at the Cathedral of St. Philip. Bishop Robert C. Wright will preach the sermon. Lynn Swanson, music director and organist for St. Benedict’s Episcopal Church in Smyrna and director of the Lynn Swanson Festival Singers, will direct the mass choir, which comprises choirs from around the diocese, plus the Lynn Swanson Festival Singers, Cobb Summer Singers and the William Baker Festival Singers. Trey Clegg, music director and organist for St. Paul’s Episcopal Church in Atlanta will play the organ. Details of the service are available at www.episcopalatlanta.org/Events/eventView.asp?EventID=739 . Please contact Bettye Harris (bettyecharrisgmail.com) if you would like to join St. Cat's carpool to the event.
Provided by HealthStart, www.wellstarhealthstart.org
If you have a name to be added to the Prayers please fill out the Opportunities For Ministry form in your bulletin, or contact the church office, 770-971-2839, stcatsstcatherines.org. Names will remain on the Prayer Chain list for one month unless indicated for a longer period.
FOR ALL MEMBERS OF THE ARMED SERVICES: Tom Blackstock; Josh England, Jennifer Buckalew’s cousin; Lucas Elgie, Emma Markette’s brother
FOR OUR NATION AND ITS LEADERS: Barack, our president, Nathan, our Governor, and members of Congress.
FOR THE SICK: Lewis Gunter, Iris Phillips, Sally Rattey, Joyce Mason, Angelika & family, Jan, Paul Beswick, Sybil Hudacko, Elaine Krupp, Betty Davis, Mick Phillips, Lisa Shearer, Nancy Saunders, Misty & John Burdette, Elizabeth Blackstock, Djenba Fields, Cammie Holmes McCook, Richard Moser, Joan & Family, David Smith, Kyleigh Crapps, Sharon Foster, Fran Coraggio, Nancy Certain, Courtney, Nancy Mattox, Annette Hutson, Margaret Caudle, Kevin, Brooke Bell, Barbara, Ed & Marcia Markette & Kay Pace, Dick, Byron Bagby, Erin Holt & her family, April Nall, Bianca Lengsfeld, Elizabeth Welch, The Allen Family, Marie Grace Hale, Swiss Britt, Judith Harrison, Barry Dillard, Ben Frost, Charles Ohl, Vincent, Susannah Campbell, Allen Jablonski, Maxwell Miles Knight & family, The Rev. Alan Sandlin, Linda Smith, Bill White, Becky Kohl, Trevor, Shirley Day, Anne Miller, David Chase, Barbara Chase, Eric DeLaBarre, Bo Berry, Mark Moore, Bette Hamilton, Ron Brannock, Mrs. McGowan, Eleanor Thomason, Trisha Bennett, Michelle, Johnny
BEFORE SURGERY: Dani Dickson
DECEASED: Samantha Caldwell, added by Althea Dillard; David Hooper, friend of a friend of Jim Nixon in Memphis.
FOR THOSE CELEBRATING BIRTHDAYS: (1/25) Sidney Nabinger, (1/26) Keyton Potter, Ross Taylor, (1/27) Nick Vavra, (1/28) Tami Mace, Greg Caudle, Michael Caudle, Kate Buckalew, Nicholas Carswell, Foster Walton, Brooklynn Walker, Devon Cox, Katja Michael, (1/29) Ben Kareken, Caitlyn Buckalew, Rod Deutscher, David Bowman, Al Maxwell, (1/30) Riley Devault, Ash Gale, Christian Hollis, (2/1) John Martin, Anita Gardner, Jana Williams, (2/2) Julie Miner, (2/3) Jacqueline Hurley, (2/4) Kristin Blackstock, Wayne Gammon, (2/5) Fred Massey, Kelly Ely, Tom Day, (2/6) Nigel Blackwood
ANNIVERSARIES: (1/31) Meg & Mike Reeves; (2/7) Shirley & Tom Day
FOR OUR PARISH CYCLE OF PRAYER:
We love to recognize birthdays and wedding anniversaries for everyone in our parish! We have a year-round calendar to pray for these special dates, send birthday cards, and publish in our bulletin and newsletter. Would you like your birthday or anniversary included in our remembrances? Please send names and dates to us using the Opportunities For Ministry form in your bulletin, or contact the church office.
HELP US HELP YOU
Please let the church know when you or a loved one has a medical procedure, an illness, a life transition, or other special need. We are here to serve you. Please allow us the opportunity to share your experience and offer our support. Simply contact the church office at 770-971-2839. Thank you.
Hold These Future Dates:
Holy Baptism next scheduled date - Saturday, April 19 (Great Vigil of Easter)
Two-Week Look Ahead
Below are the next two weeks of events and activities, correct as of publication date. For the entire up-to-the-minute parish calendar, go to Calendar.
By Youth Director Mike Peterson, 770-971-2839, Mikestcatherines.org
At the beginning of Church School on January 26 the Youth Advisors from each class will meet with Mike for 5-10 minutes. If you have any thoughts regarding the St. Catherine’s Youth Program, anything you’d like to see us do, not do, do more of, etc., please feel free to pass those on to your Advisors. Your Youth Advisors are Grace Adams, Michael Dirksen, Stephanie Gardiner, James Owen, Elizabeth Blackstock, Mark Boutilier, and 2 TBD Seniors.
On Wednesday, January 29, WNL Youth Group will be held in the Board Room (upstairs at the front of the office wing of the church) in order to accommodate the families we will be hosting in the Youth House this week as part of Family Promise. We will return to the Youth House the following week.
The Episcopal Youth Event (EYE) is the largest youth event in the Episcopal Church. Gathering high school youth from Parishes and Diocese across the country and beyond. EYE offers shared experiences of worship, fun, and fellowship. This event is held only once every three years. The Diocese of Pennsylvania will host EYE 2014 at Villanova University in Philadelphia. Gathering from far and wide, 1000+ Episcopal youth and their adult chaperones will pray, play and learn together. In addition to EYE, this year Province IV will be gathering for PYE, 3 days of mission following EYE.
Each Diocese is allotted a certain number of spots for youth who are currently in grades 9-12 (this includes those who will have just graduated this summer) to attend, and I’d love for some youth from St. Catherine’s to be part of that group! Both Mary Bess and I will be attending as chaperons for the Diocese of Atlanta group. In order to ensure that St. Catherine’s will be represented this year, we will be assisting with covering the cost of the event on an individual, first-come basis. If you are interested in participating in this once in a lifetime opportunity with Episcopal Youth from all over the globe, please contact Mike as soon as possible. For complete information about EYE and PYE please see youth.episcopalatlanta.org/Content/EYE_PYE.asp .
The Wheel is published two times per month on Fridays. All editions are in electronic form (HTML) posted on our newsletter page and distributed by email to all members subscribed to the "Parish Announcements" email list. Printed copies of each newsletter are available for pickup at church in the foyer, in the wall rack near the welcome table. We welcome contributions of articles and photos of interest to the parish. Articles are due Wednesday 2 days before the publication date, by midnight. Please submit articles via email (below) or to Editor Karen Manno's mailbox at church.
The Wheel: get every issue!
Does everyone in your family receive The Wheel, St. Catherine's newsletter? Is everyone subscribed? Email is a primary means for our parish communications. You may sign up on on our Subscription page. Or you may send the names and email addresses of everyone who would like get their own copy to Karen Manno at the email address below, or note them on the Opportunities for Ministry in your bulletin, or contact the church office at 770-971-2829. You'll receive your online version via email, and you can find all current and prior issues of The Wheel on our website at www.stcatherines.org
Editor: Karen Manno
Subscribe to "CONNECTING" — Atlanta Diocesan eNews: Are you receiving CONNECTING, the weekly email news published by the Diocese of Atlanta? Each week it reports on events, classes, conferences, concerts, job offerings, clergy moves and much more from all around our diocese, plus a selection of news items from our national church. To begin receiving CONNECTING, go to the diocesan website at www.episcopalatlanta.org.
Copyright 2013 St. Catherine's Episcopal Church