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.
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By Father Jim
We have had the opportunity in a number of settings to talk about changes since the middle of March. These conversations have been a delight as we’ve shared with one another all those moments over the past 17 years that have fundamentally changed our common life together. We still have the opportunity to be together on Sunday, June 14 following the 8:00 am service. I hope you will join Joan and me for this one last time of exploring the transition.
I was asked a question on Sunday that gave me pause for reflection and I want to take this space to do some of that reflection. The question was prefaced with the acknowledgment that St. Catherine’s has changed under my leadership. The question continued, "But, how have you been changed by St. Catherine’s?" The answer was not immediately apparent to me. I had, however, nearly 11 hours of time on the road in our drive to Chicago. I came up with a few things.
Those are some thoughts. If you have others or want to reflect with me, I would welcome the opportunity.
-> Register children now - Space is limited
St. Catherine's “Everest” Vacation Bible School will explore new heights with great music, games, stories, science activities and more. Open to children age 4 by July 1st. Cost is $35 per child. Go to www.stcatherines.org/vbs to fill out the registration form (please fill out a separate form for each child). Then be sure to send your registration payment either in person or by mail to St. Catherine’s. Checks should be made to St. Catherine’s and put “VBS” and your child(ren)’s name in the memo line. For more information, contact: Joy Ettel at joy_sealmsn.com or 770-641-8067.
-> Help wanted
Under the Tent at St. Catherine's
6:30 - 10:30 pm
Libations, Food, Entertainment & Dancing
You are invited to a celebration honoring Father Jim and Joan Nixon as they retire at the end of June. This event is for all adults of the parish and invited guests (21 and older).
Tickets are available on Sundays through June 14, or contact the church office. Cost is $35 per person and must be purchased in advance, no tickets available at the door. (Scholarships are available on request.)
Reception foods and help requested – Finger foods and volunteers are requested for the reception following worship this day. If you can help with set up, serving, providing food, or clean up contact Ginny Lummus, gslummusgmail.com. Please bring food items to the kitchen, prepared and ready to serve, prior to the service this day.
NOTE – We are expecting a large attendance for this service so our parking lot will be very full. Please allow extra time for parking before start of the service, and we encourage carpooling this day if at all possible.
By Tom Blackstock, Senior Warden
We continue to work through a period of much transition in clergy and lay staff at St. Catherine’s. We have welcomed our parish secretary, Becky Adams, and she is now integrated into our daily business. As I stated in an earlier article, the Diocese of Atlanta is very supportive during the period of rector transition and offers much help to us along the way. The Canon to the Ordinary, The Reverend Alicia Schuster-Weltner, has provided the Vestry with two candidates for interim rector and the Vestry will begin work on selecting our interim as soon as possible. We expect Canon Schuster-Weltner to join us for Eucharist on July 12 and for the interim rector to begin work around August 1. The Vestry will also begin meeting weekly in July to establish the search committee that will begin working with our diocesan consultant on the parish profile and other search related activities.
Once the search committee is established, the committee will update the Vestry periodically and in turn update the parish through various means. As a note of reassurance, St. Catherine’s is a vibrant parish with a solid financial position and a good reputation throughout the Diocese. We should attract several highly qualified candidates as a permanent rector.
The Vestry will be in the parlor on Sunday morning, June 14 from 9:00 to 10:00 am to listen to your thoughts, concerns and questions. We will continue to offer these opportunities during the coming months. If you wish to contact me directly, please email me at thblackstockgmail.com or you may contact Daniel at drmikkelsengmail.com. We have also established a central mailbox for any thoughts, questions, concerns and/or nominations for the search committee at vestrystcatherines.org . You may also find more info on the Diocesan web page at www.episcopalatlanta.org/Parish-Support/Leadership-Transition/.
We will continue to see changes in the next few months. We expect some feelings of joy, grief, anxiety, and concern about the future. Please feel free to talk with me or any of your Vestry if you have any questions or concerns. As a community of faith and hope, I’m confident that we will continue to fulfill our mission of sharing 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.
Transition conversation Sunday, June 14, 9-10 am
Join us for our continuing conversations about the Rector transition process. Father Jim and Joan will be available in the Parlor at 9:00 - 9:30 am to share your memories and stories of our 17 years together. Then, members of your Vestry will join us at 9:30 to 10:00 to continue the listening process and hear what you have to contribute as we move into the changes to come. All are invited.
Saturday, June 20 -- Day trip to Warm Springs
Join Cats On Wheels to take a day trip to visit Franklin Roosevelt’s Little White House in Warm Springs. RSVP soon for trip details to Alan Certain, st.cats.on.wheelsgmail.com, 404-661-2200.
2015-2016 activities announced
Cats On Wheels is our fellowship group for active senior adults, please join us! We meet usually on the third Saturday of the month, alternately for lunch or for a day trip (or longer). Transportation is by carpool and/or the church van. Your Cats On Wheels planning team (Amma Susan, Vera Bibbings, Ron Cook& Alan Certain) have proposed a schedule of events through July 2016. Mark your calendars now for any events that appeal to you and watch for announcements of the details as each date approaches. Costs for all events are self-paid.
The Sunday worship bulletin is now available each week on our website. You’ll find the link to the bulletin on the home page in the “Worship With Us” section (bottom, right). You can go direct to the bulletin at www.stcatherines.org/stcatherines-bulletin.pdf.
DATE UPDATE: Tuesday, June 23 at Johnny McCracken’s
All men of the parish are invited to an evening out together with beer tasting at Johnny McCracken's Celtic Pub just off the Marietta Square, at 15 Atlanta St. SE, Marietta, GA 30060, 678-290-6641, www.johnniemaccrackens.com. Enjoy some fine beers and fellowship with us. We'll meet starting at 6:30 pm. For more information please contact Randy Satterfield (randysatterfieldearthlink.net) or Hans Kraeger (hans.kraegergmail.com).
Our next blood drive will be 3:00 to 7:00 pm in the Parish Hall. 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.
All adults are invited for a new facilitated discussion class on four Sundays this summer. The class will meet from 9:30 to 10:20 on June 28, July 12, 19, 26. At each gathering we will start with information on a practice or belief from another religion. Then we'll introduce a comparable belief or practice from our own faith and discuss the differences and commonalities. In so doing we hope to gain a deeper understanding not only of other's beliefs but also our own. Please join us for open-ended questions and lively conversation. The class will be facilitated by Randy Satterfield.
Do you enjoy seeing people smile? Consider joining our Flower Delivery Ministry. Volunteers deliver our beautiful altar flower arrangements after the last service each Sunday to parishioners who are ill at home or in the hospital, parish shut-ins, and others to whom we would like to show special thanks or remembrance. Committee members serve in rotation to deliver one of the two arrangements available each week. To find out more about being part of this ministry please contact Margaret Shaw, 770.641.7022, mhbshawbellsouth.net.
By Linda Scott
In loving memory of Eileen Motter, a faithful long-time member of St. Catherine’s Episcopal Church, St. Catherine’s is now offering a special library of her very extensive collection of books. Although the topics vary somewhat, she would no doubt consider them all under the category of Christian Formation.
Eileen was the consummate Christian educator for all ages for over 30 years, both at St. Catherine’s and at several other churches in the Diocese of Atlanta. She was also a founding and dedicated member of the diocesan Christian Education Coordinators group that met monthly for over 26 years. Eileen passed away on November 27, 2010, and sometime later, her husband Roger and son Dean asked me to look over some of her books. I wanted to offer this very extensive collection to the library of St. Catherine’s, however our current library doesn’t have room for them all. Therefore we are keeping a catalog online and all items are quickly available to you on request. Some examples:
You are invited to look over the list of items in our website catalog with a wide variety of topics for children and adults. If you would like to borrow any number of the items, simply contact Linda Scott at Lindamscott1949gmail.com. I will put them into a special basket in the library with your name on them and you can pick them up and return them there. If you have any questions or need more information about any of these resources, please don’t hesitate to email me. I hope you enjoy Eileen’s books as much I have!
-> To view the complete catalog and request books please see the Christian Nurture page of our website at www.stcatherines.org/growing/christian-nuture-development/.
St. Catherine’s thanks Linda for her special effort to establish and serve our new Christian Formation Library.
Save the date now for a Patriotic Potluck brunch between services at 9:15 am on Sunday, July 5. Bring a summer brunch dish to share as we celebrate the Independence Day holiday weekend. Think fruits, muffins, coffee cakes, deviled eggs - yummmm!! Breakfast Angels will provide eggs and sausage, coffee, juice and milk. Bring your dish and your appetite, no signup necessary. See you there!
For everyone: adults, youth, children, singles, couples and families! Join us at Lake Logan Conference Center in the beautiful North Carolina mountains on Labor Day weekend, September 4-7. Our Parish Retreat is a time for the people of St. Catherine’s to come together for renewal, to celebrate being a child of God, to make new friends and to strengthen our bonds with one another in the name of Jesus Christ.
For information about retreat accommodations, activities and cost please pick up our registration form at church or get it now at www.stcatherines.org/forms/ParishRetreatRegistration2015.pdf. Register soon with your deposit (balances will be due by July 26). You can see photos and get details about Lake Logan at www.lakelogan.org. If you have any questions please contact Ginny Lummus, gslummusgmail.com, 770-845-1742.
The City is coming to St. Catherine’s! Our parish is now is the initial stage of implementing a new web-based communications tool called The City. When completed, it will be our new place for all these and more:
We will roll out The City to everyone at St. Catherine’s in August. For more information, see Tad Travis (tadtravis2004yahoo.com) or Alison Travis (alisonbtravishotmail.com).
Apply by July 1
The Vestry will elect five lay delegates to represent St. Catherine's at the 2015 Diocesan Council on Friday and Saturday, November 13-14 at Gwinnett Center. Delegates must be confirmed communicants of St. Catherine's "in good standing" (meaning that they "pray, work, and give for the spread of God's Kingdom" on a regular basis). Delegates are required to attend all meetings in the given year including pre-council convocation meetings. If you are interested in serving in this important role of representing our parish, please check the Opportunities For Ministry form in your bulletin or contact Sr. Warden Tom Blackstock, Jr. Warden Daniel Mikkelsen, Amma Susan or Father Jim. Applications are due by July 1.
Promise House Dedication Wednesday, June 24
Family Promise of Cobb County and Kirkwood Presbyterian Church invite everyone to the dedication of the new Promise House, a transitional house for homeless families, at 9:00 am on Wednesday, June 24. Meet at Kirkwood Presbyterian Church, 618 Acworth Due West Rd., Kennesaw, Georgia 30152. www.kirkwoodpc.org . Promise House will be available for FPCC guests who have been successful in the rotational shelter but who are having difficulty finding an affordable rental unit. One family will be able to stay an additional 90 days in the home.
--> See the FPCC video: “Promise House: Stewardship in Action” at www.youtube.com/watch?v=VyRpbF_cjlo&feature=youtu.be
BBQ benefit at Righteous Que - Saturday, June 20
On Saturday, June 20 Righteous Que barbecue restaurant will host a Family Promise day. Righteous Que will give 10% of their proceeds to FPCC! The restaurant is located at 1050 East Piedmont, Marietta www.righteousque.com/ (across from East Cobb YMCA). Hours are 11 am – 9 pm.
Volunteer training: next date June 9
Volunteer training is required of everyone who will assist with our Family Promise guests when we host them at St. Catherine's. Trainings are available every second Tuesday of the month. The next training is June 9 at East Cobb UMC, 7-9 pm. To sign up contact trainingfamilypromisecobbcounty.org or Camilla Worden at 404-556-5465.
Next hosting date: September 27 - October 4
Our 2015 Habitat House build is close to Dobbins Air Force Base, near the intersection of Austell and Atlanta Roads. (We encourage carpooling from St. Catherine's if possible.) We will provide a specific number of volunteers on the following Saturdays, and meals onsite on July 25. Construction work is 7:45 am to 4:00 pm each date. There are minimum age requirements for participation. To volunteer to build or to help provide the July 25 meals please contact Connie Bergeron, connieatlbergerons.net, 770-951-1411r.
Wednesday, June 24 AND Wednesday, July 1
St. Catherine’s will again make 1,000 lunches on two dates for the MUST Ministries Summer Lunch Program. Ways you can help:
This program has been sponsored by MUST Ministries since 1995. During the summer months children who are eligible to receive a free or reduced lunch during the school year can have a free lunch delivered to them. Volunteers and community effort make it possible to keep this program running. You can learn more about it on the MUST website at www.mustministries.org/summer-lunch. To help contact Jennifer Massey, massey.jmgmail.com, 404.375.8327.
Parishioner Mitchell Waldron of Boy Scout Troop 433 has led the construction of a new reflection garden as his Eagle Scout Service Project. It is located behind Father Jim's office and our Memorial Garden. Highlight of the garden is two handmade benches nestled underneath our lovely cherry tree. New shrubbery, plantings and fresh paint frame out the beautified area, with a new bronze bird bath as the finishing touch. A brief blessing ceremony is tentatively scheduled for Sunday, June 14 following the 10:30 am service. All will be invited to see the new garden and participate in the blessing, please watch for confirmation of the date.
Mitchell and all of us offer a special thank you to those who graciously donated toward this project. Mitchell's Eagle Board of Review is Thursday, June 18 and we wish him good luck in this final step toward achieving the rank of Eagle Scout.
Photo by Claire Harrison - Mitchell shows off the new bench installation
"What can you say 'Yes' to today?"
By Pat Pepper, Coordinator of Volunteer Ministry (volunteerstcatherines.org)
On Confirmation Sunday When Bishop Wright asked us 'What can you say Yes to today?" I heard a challenge and I heard an invitation.
The Bishop had many important things to say to St. Catherine's people that morning. Another was the reminder that we were going to be entering a "Season of Transition" with Father Jim and Joan leaving. Bishop Rob said "I know Jim's heart" and Jim wants for our congregation "to move from strength to strength." He then said, "It will happen if we pledge to ourselves to do the work."
What does 'doing the work' mean to you? Each of us have the place where we are the most comfortable 'doing our work'. For some of us it is as simple as painting a wall. Memorial Day morning 19 individuals did the work they were called to do, they said 'Yes' and their joy and laughter filled Parish Hall as they painted the walls on that holiday morning. Thank you to those that brought their joy and did the work: Vincent Bagby, Alan Certain, Stan & Dani Dixon, Tom & Maureen Donoghue, Eric DeLaBarre, Jim Greene, Jeff Harris, Al Jones, Bill & Beth Lee, Fred & Jennifer Massey, Mel & Michael Paris, Bob & Pat Pepper and Jim Snape. Parish Hall looks great.
We each have special God-given gifts, and using our gifts is 'doing the work' we are called to do. We were also reminded by the Bishop that we have a Resource (I added the capital R) that we can call on when it counts the most. I call on that Resource on an almost hourly basis. I invite you to do the same, and then be prepared to say 'Yes' today.
Hear Bishop Wright’s sermon again on St. Catherine’s website: listen now at Sermons.
By Father Jim
A member of St. Catherine's needs a place for himself and Kramer and Newman (his two cats) for a maximum time of one year. Move-in date desired is Monday, July 20 -- he needs to know by Monday, June 1 where he will move to. The smaller the space, the better. He can pay $750.00 per month and will assist keeping the grounds and other parts of the property clean and orderly as part of the agreement. Right now he is comfortably living in a one-bedroom space of 640 square ft. Large items include a couch, bed, TV and table.
If you can help with this need, please contact Father Jim as soon as possible and he will get you connected with this parishioner.
Stephen Leaders Chris Potter and David Moore addressed the congregation on May 3 about the long history and importance of Stephen Ministry at St. Catherine's. You hear recordings of what Chris and David had to say on the Sermons of our website -- listen now at Chris Potter May 3 and David Moore May 3.
The Journey in action - This year's inquirer's class, The Journey, ended their season together with an outreach workday at MUST Ministries (photos by Tom Hunter)
Parish Hall painting day
A great turnout on Memorial Day for a much-needed painting of the walls in the Parish Hall. Amazing what can be accomplished when a great team works together! In addition we had lots of fun, good laughs and terrific food. It looks great and is ready for the new carpet to be installed soon. Thank you Bill Lee, Fred Massey and Maureen Donoghue for leading us. Painters, trimmers, and clean up done by: Vincent Bagby, Tom and Maureen Donoghue, Alan Certain, Stan and Dani Dickson, Eric DeLaBarre, Jim Greene, Jeff Harris, Al Jones, Bill and Beth Lee, Fred and Jennifer Massey, Michael and Mel Paris, Bob and Pat Pepper, and Jim Snape. Photos by Bill Ivey, see more in the album at Memorial Day Painting Crew.
A great day of celebration as we baptized Kyle Robert as Christ's own forever! Service was followed the always-fabulous Parish Picnic. Photos by Bettye Harris and Jan Potter, see lots more full-size in the albums at Baptism05242015 and Pentecost 2015 . And, hear us read the Scripture in many languages in Jan's video at https://picasaweb.google.com/StCatsPics/Pentecost052415#6152608195181310146
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:
To Father Jim, Amma Susan, Jana, the sweet Choristers, their parents, Rosemary, and all of our kind parish friends of St. Catherine's:
Simply put, we want to thank you, from our hearts, for the enormous outpouring of love during these months after the recurrence of my cancer. The beautiful altar flowers, my lovely shawl from the Daughters of the King, all the cards, calls, e-mails, and expressions of love were so amazing — that is truly the word. But most of all, we thank you for keeping us in your hearts with all the prayers that I know were being said on our behalf. We both could not have gone through what we did without them, and they truly lifted us up (I could feel them!) as the days and months went by. We will never forget this experience and your understanding, and we will always remember with gratitude that we remained a part of you during the time we were gone. Thank you again, and blessings to you and those you love.
Marti and Cam Graham
Dear Friends in Christ,
Thank you! We just received your generous donation in the amount of $750... and it means the world to us. Because of you, we can continue to serve men and women who are homeless and in recovery from substance abuse. We are so lucky to have you as donor. Thank you for investing in our residents and organization. Your generous gift will go to good use and we'll update you throughout the year with program progress and special events.
Thank you again for your investment in The Extension and your belief that our residents deserve a second chance and are worthy of your support.
The Music Ministry at First Christian Church of Decatur will present on Sunday, June 7 a concert recital by four outstanding Atlanta-based vocal artists: Indra Thomas (soprano), Ann Marie McPhil (soprano), Pamela Dillard (mezzo soprano) and Marcus Hill (baritone). The concert begins at 4:00 pm and refreshments and merriment will follow. Tickets are $10, child care will be available. The church is located at 601 W. Ponce de Leon Ave. Decatur, Georgia 30030, 404-378-3621, www.decaturdisciples.org .
Episcopal Relief & Development (ERD) is partnering with the Episcopal dioceses of Texas and West Texas in response to the recent severe flooding caused by weeks of heavy rain across the region. Church teams in both dioceses are providing pastoral care and conducting needs assessments in areas where people lost homes and belongings to the floods, and church facilities are acting as ministry bases for outreach efforts. Episcopal Relief & Development support will assist affected households with gas, groceries and repair supplies, as well as storage for salvaged belongings and temporary housing for evacuees.
For more information about Episcopal Relief & Development’s US Disaster Program, visit their website at www.episcopalrelief.org/where-we-work/country/united-states . Donations to enable Episcopal Relief & Development to respond to disasters are invited at www.episcopalrelief.org/what-you-can-do/donate-now/individual-donation .
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.
ALL MEMBERS OF THE ARMED SERVICES: Tom Blackstock; Josh England, Jennifer Buckalew’s cousin; Lucas Elgie, Emma Markette’s brother; and Zach Hurley.
OUR NATION AND ITS LEADERS: Barack, our president, Nathan, our Governor, and members of Congress.
BEFORE SURGERY: Bob Pepper
SICK: Al Jones, Mit FitzSimons, Sarah Kilgore, Mike Miller, Dewaine Morris, Leslie York, Jim Gauntt, Anita Gardner, Judy Padgett, Joe Burlas III, Tim Siebert, Bronx deKlyn Tonner, Barry Dillard.
DECEASED: John (Jack) Craven, son of Jim & Nancy Mattox; Hazel Holden, friend and neighbor of Candy Jansen.
ANNIVERSARIES: (6/9) Kris & Lisa Cook , (6/11) Jim & Bobbye Greene, Michael & Katie Morris, (6/12) Mark & Sally Moore, Bruce & Barbara Perry, (6/15) Chris & Christy Jones, (6/19) David & Molly Banko.
BIRTHDAYS: (6/7) Peyton Nixon, (6/8) Fred Lopez, Kelly Donoghue, (6/9) Paul Maxwell, Harriett Pyburn, (6/10) Leah Banko, Bourke Brennan, Robert Dailey, (6/11) Naomi Morris, Justice Mace, (6/13) Paris Brennan (6/15) Frannie Hitchins, (6/17) Paul Manno, Michael Dillson, David Bachmann, (6/18) Judith Phillips, Peggy Snook, Beverly Fambrough, Linda Snape, Jeffrey Clark.
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.
Holy Baptism next scheduled date - Sunday, June 14; Sunday, November 8 (All Saints)
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.
Please hold these dates:
By Susan Jenkins
The Search Committee for the new Director of Youth Ministry continues our process of narrowing down our prospective candidates. We have conducted online video interviews with prospects and will next conduct face-to-face interviews. The goal is to have a final recommendation by the end of June. Please continue to pray for our search committee that God will lead us and send us the candidate that will lead our thriving youth program.
Our farewell was marked with smiles and laughter and tears... Blessings and God-speed to you, Mike & Mary Bess Peterson, as you move to a new home in Austin, Texas, and new ministry at Episcopal Church of the Good Shepherd! Photos by Bill Ivey and Jan Potter, see more full-size in the albums at Farewell Mike and Mary Bess and Church053015.
Summer fun! Massive Atlanta diocese youth tubing trip in Helen, Georgia on June 3.
Last call - Youth Week is a week-long conference that takes place June 14-19 at the beautiful Kanuga Conference Center in the mountains of North Carolina (only 3 hours away!). There are two conferences for youth (AND one for adults) that take place during this week. Register for all three conferences at www.kanuga.org/conference-calendar/conference-calendar-details/youthweek.
Finally, if you find yourself unable to make it to Youth Week this year, start thinking about coming to Winterlight at Kanuga, a fantastic conference that takes place in between Christmas and New Year’s Day. It’s never too early to start planning…and IT’S WORTH IT!
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.
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Editor: Karen Manno
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