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Purpose

 

To be a Community where all persons will encounter the power and 

love of the Living God, through His Son, Jesus Christ.

 

Vision

 

All Saints Episcopal Church is called by the Father, Son, and Holy Spirit to...

 

·     Worship Jesus Christ

·     Learn and Teach His Word

·     Minister in His Name

·     Proclaim Him and Share the Blessing of His Love

·     Welcome All in His Name

      

The All Saints Messenger
March 23, 2017
In This Issue
  

Gary
Greetings in the Name of Our Lord and Savior Jesus Christ,
 
This Sunday's Gospel from John is about the man who has been blind from birth. In this story of healing I find myself so often focused on the matter of the blind man receiving sight that I fail to see effects of Jesus' vision. Right from the beginning of the passage Jesus sees the blind man. Furthermore, Jesus sees beyond the man's blindness. To Jesus, the man isn't reduced to his condition of blindness; neither is he reduced by sin. Instead, Jesus sees that God's works will be revealed in him--Jesus sees the potential of a new disciple. 

So Jesus gets his hands dirty in healing the man. Then he sends him with the command, "Go, wash in the pool of Siloam," and the man follows the order and comes back able to see. From there his literal sight gives way to the growth of his vision, his recognition, his understanding. His new vision is such that he sees in himself what Jesus also saw--a disciple. Jesus' vision moves the blind man from darkness to light, from unbelief to belief, from beggar to disciple.

Much of John's Gospel is about light...light coming into the world through Jesus Christ. So true, yet so difficult. Hopefully this quote attributed to Mother Teresa may help, "Christ must be the light that shines through you, and the people looking at you must see only Jesus. You have a challenge from Jesus to meet: He has shed the light, and you will take His light and lighten every heart you meet."

See ya Sunday! 
Fr. Gary+

ANNOUNCEMENTS

*  Pastoral Care Meeting:  Tuesday, March 28th at 7PM.

*  Handbells:   rehearsal at 6PM on  March 29April 5 and April 19.  Ring for  10:30 worship  April 23.

*  Belmont Abbey Lecture of Interest: The Cuthbert Allen Lecture at Belmont Abbey College.  8:00 PMThursday, March 30, 2017. Dr. Stephen Barr, "Science and Christian Faith:  The Myth of Conflict."  In this lecture, University of Delaware physicist Dr. Stephen Barr argues that the science-versus-religion myth is based on mistaken views of history and of what science has actually discovered.

*  Last Friday Get Together:  On Friday, March 31st at 6:30pm All Saints will begin our new Last Friday Fellowship Gathering.  We will gather for food, fun, and fellowship which will include games, a Zumba Gold demonstration (for a possible gold class offered at the church) , and who knows what else?  We just know it will be fun!  This will be an evening for getting to know one another better, laughing together, and celebrating the fellowship that is All Saints!  Please mark your calendars and join us.  PS:  If you have games hidden in your closet that you would like to bring along and/or donate to the church for these events, please feel free.  

*  Outreach:  The outreach committee will meet in the conference room on  Wednesday April 5, 2017 at 6:30pm.  We will be discussing the upcoming yard sale and the Parade of Tables in September.

*  Vestry Work Day:  Saturday, April 8th at the home of John Still (1-5PM)

*  WNC Cursillo 81, coming up on  April 26-30 at Christmount in Black Mountain:  If you have not attended a weekend, please consider doing so. Cursillo is an extension of your Adult Formation, an opportunity to fellowship with other, like-minded Christians, and a tool to help you perfect your relationship with your Lord and Savior. If you would like to know more, please see Fr Gary, Marsha Ellison, Jim McCarthy, Flo McCarthy, Jim Carpenter or William Graham.

*  Food Pantry:  Please help us keep our food pantry stocked.  If you would like to give a monetary donation, we'd be happy to do the shopping for you.

*  The Pacesetters  will be going to Greenville, SC on  Thursday May 4th to see the Andrew Wyeth exhibit.  Please let Jerry Wertz know if you plan to attend ( jerrywertz@att.net or 704-577-9699)

*  Parish Picnic & Worship Service:  Sunday, May 21st at Rankin Lake

*  Monthly Parish Breakfast: The first  Sunday of every month we will have breakfast from  9:15 to 10 AM (last food off the griddle at  9:45) for the entire church.  The  10:30 volunteers will be the cooks and the  8 o'clock volunteers will clean up.  A sign-up sheet will be posted in the Family Life Center for items needed and we appreciate folks signing up.  Eggs and/or Pancakes and breakfast meat will be provided. Getting our parishioners from both services create opportunities for fellowship so we get to know everyone in our parish. We also hope committee heads will take the opportunity to talk up their ministries and let people know how they might help.  On that  Sunday, there will be no Adult Christian Formation or Coffee Hour, but there will be  Sunday School for the children.  If you want to assist with this event, please contact Jerry Wertz at 704-577-9699 or  jerrywertz@att.net.

*  Salvation Army Garden:  Plans are underway for the planting of the garden to provide vegetables for a salad each week or to use in the meals.   Charlie Jenkins is in charge of the garden along with a team.  We are in need of people/families willing to adopt 1 or 2 plots and do the weeding of those plots.  Yes, we are a little ahead of ourselves but the garden will be planted soon and before you know it, the beds will be covered in weeds.  There is a sheet in the Family Life Center for you to put your name on a plot. In case you didn't know, All Saints provides the meal and fresh salad every  Monday night at the Salvation Army.  The recipients are always very complimentary of the food provided.  The vestry representatives for the garden are Jerry Wertz and Linda Klocker.

*  New Partnership: New Life Metropolitan Community Church (MCC) has begun using space at All Saints for their worship services. New Life is a small parish of about 15 people who have recently lost their worship space in Charlotte. They are a liturgical church that celebrates The Eucharist weekly and our traditions share many common rites, rituals, symbols and theological underpinnings. The Vestry and Fr. Gary have been in discussions and negotiations with New Life for about six months and most of the details have been finalized. New Life will contribute to the financial needs of All Saints in this arrangement. New Life's services are held on Sunday evening at 7PM and on first Sundays they will gather in our parish hall for a potluck supper and worship beginning at 6 PM. New Life parishioners hope to participate in some of our ministries and attend some of our more unique services. Please give them a wonderful All Saints welcome! Any questions please contact Fr. Gary.

*  Adult Christian Formation: We are studying "Great Figures of the New Testament." Our guide is the esteemed Jewish scholar Amy-Jill Levine who teaches at Vanderbilt University. What Ms. Levine brings to the table is a unique Jewish understanding of the New Testament, the culture and people of the day. She will take us on a journey of specific characters: who they are, what they do and how they have been assessed across the centuries. We begin at  9:25 AM. Please join us!

*  Save The Date:  The 2017 All Saints Yard Sale will be on Saturday, April 29th so start collecting items for our sale.  Please only donate items that are in good, working condition, clean and no stuffed animals.  We will need lots of help the week prior for setting up and pricing, as well as on the day of the sale.  The sale is sponsored by the All Saints Outreach Committee.   We have no space to store your donations before the sale.  We can not accept old tv's - only flat screens that work.  If you have large items or furniture that must be moved prior to the yard sale, please call George Sowersby.  Contact Claudette Forbes or George Sowersby with questions.

*  Family Promise:   The remaining 2017 dates that we will be host to the Family Promise guests are: 5/21 - 5/28, 8/6 - 8/13, 10/8 - 10/15 . Family Promise is a community program that provides housing and support to homeless families.  All Saints is one of the original churches that helped establish this ministry more than ten years ago.  We host families in this ministry four times a year at our parish facilities with assistance from the Redeemer Lutheran Church here in Gastonia. There are many ways to support this ministry. During hosting weeks we need parishioners to greet and engage guests ( 5:00-6:30 pm), to prepare and serve dinner ( 6:30-8:00 pm), to spend the night ( 8:00 pm - 7:30 am), and to provide homework and enrichment activities for children ( 5:30-6:30). For more information, or to volunteer please contact Marc Dudley at 704-718-4044 or  marcdudleync@gmail.com

*  Parade of Tables:  Save the date!!  Saturday, September 23rd.  

*  2017 Pledge Cards: If you have not turned in your pledge card yet, please think about doing so.  Pledge Cards are available in the Narthex.  The Vestry thanks everyone for their generosity.

*  The Bible Study Group:  The group meets  on Wednesday at  10:00am in the Family Life Center.   We welcome anyone who would like to join us. You do not have to be a member of All Saints to come. If you would like to learn more about the group, please contact Jerry Wertz at 704-577-9699. 

*  Choir:  Rehearsal will now be on Sunday mornings at 9:25am.

* Parish Nurse Ministry will be taking blood pressures after the 8:00 and 10:30 services on the second Sunday of the month.  Nurses interested in the parish nurse ministry please contact Cheryl Saylor, MSN at 803-656-5110. 

*  Sign Up Sheets for coffee hour, altar guild and altar flowers are on the bulletin board in the Family Life Center.  Coffee Hour hosting can be as simple as drinks and cookies.  Coffee hour is provided to have fellowship with our parish family.  Please sign up or call the church office to add your name to the list (704-864-7201).

*  Salvation Army Service Schedule:  Monday, March 27th - Team #1.  (Candy Albergine & Susan Marshall)

*  Mid-Week Service: All Saints offers a "Service of Healing with Eucharist" on Wednesday evenings at 5:30 PM.  All of us are hurting, in need of healing, or want to be made whole again.  Christ comes to us in the quiet times of a contemplative service where we can "be still and know that God is God." Think about joining us and be renewed, refreshed, transformed, and continue your journey towards "wholeness."

* Cookbooks:  $15 each or 2 for $25 - If you don't need a cookbook, but would like to help our Outreach committee reach their budget goal, consider buying a cookbook to donate to our newcomers committee. Any donated cookbooks will be included in the welcome bag we hand out to newcomers. 

*  Church Financials: The Vestry wants to make sure that all parishioners are aware that the monthly financial reports are posted on the bulletin boards in The Family Life Center. If you have any concerns or questions please contact Phill Wertz or Fr. Gary.  Thank You!

*  Why Do You Love All Saints?  Who here loves All Saints?  Do you want to tell the world why you love being a part of the All Saints family?  Please help us spread the word about our congregation by telling your All Saints Story.  All Saints Stories will be published on our website:  AllSaintsGastonia.org as well as our facebook and twitter pages.  To submit your story, go to AllSaintsGastonia.org and click "All Saints Stories" under the Parish Life tab.  If you can, please submit a photo with your story.  

* Prayer List:  Our prayer list grows rapidly.  We ask all parishioners to keep the office informed so that our prayer list remains current and manageable.

*  Ministry Schedule:  The 2017 March through April Ministry Schedule is on the table in the Family Life Center.

*  Fr. Gary's Blog:  theway2016blog.wordpress.com

*  Gaston Library is sorely in need of used books etc. for their annual book sale held next year.  Paperbacks, hardback, fiction, nonfiction, children's, magazines, DVD and CD's are needed.  If you're cleaning out, now's a good time to give those old books a new home.  Books can be left at the dock at the library or at the church and I'll see they get over there.  (Put them next to the CAM box).  Please no wet, moldy or books with broken spines.  Thanks,  Linda Klocker.

*  Flower Ministry:  We are looking for a volunteer to head up our Flower Ministry.  It entails breaking down the large  Sunday flower arrangement into smaller arrangements  on Monday mornings.  These smaller arrangements are then delivered to parishioners who are home bound or sick.  Please let Debra know if you would be interested in this ministry.

*  New Partnership: All Saints has entered into a new relationship with the YMCA's Resource Connection Gateway.  This new relationship enables us to help those in need more rapidly and efficiently while also addressing long-term needs versus only addressing immediate concerns.  If you would like more information please see Fr. Gary.

*  Salvation Army Serving:   If anyone is interested in serving at the Salvation Army on Mon. nights from 5:00 to 6:00, please contact Candy Albergine at 704-868-8691 or email  calbergine@gmail.com. We have a couple of spots open and you will find this ministry is a true blessing to all involved. The schedule is on bulletin board in Family Life Center.

* Christian Formation for Youth.  If you have questions please ask Laura Tilly,  Phill Wertz, or Fr. Gary.

*  All Saints Sermons online: Thanks to John Woodward, our sermons are available in audio and video on our website at:  www.allsaintsgastonia.org/sermons
  
*  Free Mulch:  There are several piles of mulch in the upper parking lot that you are welcome to take.  We need to free up some parking spaces in that upper lot.  Please do not take the mulch by the shed as that is intended for the garden.  

*  Church Directory:  Available on the table in the Family Life Center.

*  Towel Ministry:  We are excited and thankful that Vic Cooper and Jim McCarthy have taken over the coordination of our Towel Ministry.  Please approach them and let them know your talents and availability when projects arise.

*  Building Use Policy:  Our buildings are being used more and more and scheduling conflicts are occurring.  Effective immediately, all rooms/buildings will be scheduled by the Parish Administrator by the submission of a form which is available at the office and will soon be available on the web site.  We appreciate your understanding realizing that this will improve our ability to serve our parishioners and ministries.

* Planned Giving: Programs for Outreach Ministries are an important part of our parish.  You can ensure the continuation of these programs by setting up an endowment or including a bequest in your will. The Episcopal Foundation of Western Carolina has set up "The Living Stones Society" to provide Education and training to all clergy and parishioners about setting up a program. For more information see Fr. Gary or call the foundation at 828-225-6656.
  
* Ministry Opportunities: There are a variety of Ministries available at All Saints including feeding at The Salvation Army, tending the Garden, Family Promise where we take care of those without a home for a week at a time, Altar Guild, Readers, Lectors, Acolytes, Chalicers, and many more. Everyone at All Saints is encouraged to serve in some way. Please let us know what you are interested in and we will put you in touch with the ministry coordinator. You can call the office (704-864-7201), email (secretaryallsaintsgastonianc@gmail.com) or speak to Fr. Gary.

 Upcoming Schedule  

 

March 25th:  Lenten Study

March 28th:  Pastoral Care

March 29th:  Handbells

March 31st:  Last Friday Get Together

April 2nd:  Parish Breakfast

April 5th:  Outreach

April 8th:  Vestry Work Day

April 26th:  Cursillo

April 29th:  Yard Sale

May 4th:  Pacesetters

September 23rd:  Parade of Tables

This Sunday's Scripture Readings

The Collect

G racious Father, whose blessed Son Jesus Christ came down from heaven to be the true bread which gives life to the world: Evermore give us this bread, that he may live in us, and we in him; who lives and reigns with you and the Holy Spirit, one God, now and for ever. Amen.

The First Reading: 1 Samuel 16:1-13

T he Lord said to Samuel, "How long will you grieve over Saul? I have rejected him from being king over Israel. Fill your horn with oil and set out; I will send you to Jesse the Bethlehemite, for I have provided for myself a king among his sons." Samuel said, "How can I go? If Saul hears of it, he will kill me." And the Lord said, "Take a heifer with you, and say, 'I have come to sacrifice to the Lord.' Invite Jesse to the sacrifice, and I will show you what you shall do; and you shall anoint for me the one whom I name to you." Samuel did what the Lord commanded, and came to Bethlehem. The elders of the city came to meet him trembling, and said, "Do you come peaceably?" He said, "Peaceably; I have come to sacrifice to the Lord; sanctify yourselves and come with me to the sacrifice." And he sanctified Jesse and his sons and invited them to the sacrifice.

When they came, he looked on Eliab and thought, "Surely the Lord's anointed is now before the Lord." But the Lord said to Samuel, "Do not look on his appearance or on the height of his stature, because I have rejected him; for the Lord does not see as mortals see; they look on the outward appearance, but the Lord looks on the heart." Then Jesse called Abinadab, and made him pass before Samuel. He said, "Neither has the Lord chosen this one." Then Jesse made Shammah pass by. And he said, "Neither has the Lord chosen this one." Jesse made seven of his sons pass before Samuel, and Samuel said to Jesse, "The Lord has not chosen any of these." Samuel said to Jesse, "Are all your sons here?" And he said, "There remains yet the youngest, but he is keeping the sheep." And Samuel said to Jesse, "Send and bring him; for we will not sit down until he comes here." He sent and brought him in. Now he was ruddy, and had beautiful eyes, and was handsome. The Lord said, "Rise and anoint him; for this is the one." Then Samuel took the horn of oil, and anointed him in the presence of his brothers; and the spirit of the Lord came mightily upon David from that day forward. Samuel then set out and went to Ramah.

Psalm 23

T he Lord is my shepherd; *
I shall not be in want.
2 He makes me lie down in green pastures *
and leads me beside still waters.
3 He revives my soul *
and guides me along right pathways for his Name's sake.
4 Though I walk through the valley of the shadow of death,
I shall fear no evil; *
for you are with me;
your rod and your staff, they comfort me.
5 You spread a table before me in the presence of those who trouble me; *
you have anointed my head with oil,
and my cup is running over.
6 Surely your goodness and mercy shall follow me all the days of my life, *
and I will dwell in the house of the Lord for ever.

The Epistle:  Ephesians 5:8-14

O nce you were darkness, but now in the Lord you are light. Live as children of light- for the fruit of the light is found in all that is good and right and true. Try to find out what is pleasing to the Lord. Take no part in the unfruitful works of darkness, but instead expose them. For it is shameful even to mention what such people do secretly; but everything exposed by the light becomes visible, for everything that becomes visible is light. Therefore it says,

"Sleeper, awake! 
Rise from the dead,
and Christ will shine on you."

The Gospel: John 9:1-41

A s Jesus walked along, he saw a man blind from birth. His disciples asked him, "Rabbi, who sinned, this man or his parents, that he was born blind?" Jesus answered, "Neither this man nor his parents sinned; he was born blind so that God's works might be revealed in him. We must work the works of him who sent me while it is day; night is coming when no one can work. As long as I am in the world, I am the light of the world." When he had said this, he spat on the ground and made mud with the saliva and spread the mud on the man's eyes, saying to him, "Go, wash in the pool of Siloam" (which means Sent). Then he went and washed and came back able to see. The neighbors and those who had seen him before as a beggar began to ask, "Is this not the man who used to sit and beg?" Some were saying, "It is he." Others were saying, "No, but it is someone like him." He kept saying, "I am the man." But they kept asking him, "Then how were your eyes opened?" He answered, "The man called Jesus made mud, spread it on my eyes, and said to me, 'Go to Siloam and wash.' Then I went and washed and received my sight." They said to him, "Where is he?" He said, "I do not know."

They brought to the Pharisees the man who had formerly been blind. Now it was a sabbath day when Jesus made the mud and opened his eyes. Then the Pharisees also began to ask him how he had received his sight. He said to them, "He put mud on my eyes. Then I washed, and now I see." Some of the Pharisees said, "This man is not from God, for he does not observe the sabbath." But others said, "How can a man who is a sinner perform such signs?" And they were divided. So they said again to the blind man, "What do you say about him? It was your eyes he opened." He said, "He is a prophet."

The Jews did not believe that he had been blind and had received his sight until they called the parents of the man who had received his sight and asked them, "Is this your son, who you say was born blind? How then does he now see?" His parents answered, "We know that this is our son, and that he was born blind; but we do not know how it is that now he sees, nor do we know who opened his eyes. Ask him; he is of age. He will speak for himself." His parents said this because they were afraid of the Jews; for the Jews had already agreed that anyone who confessed Jesus to be the Messiah would be put out of the synagogue. Therefore his parents said, "He is of age; ask him."
So for the second time they called the man who had been blind, and they said to him, "Give glory to God! We know that this man is a sinner." He answered, "I do not know whether he is a sinner. One thing I do know, that though I was blind, now I see." They said to him, "What did he do to you? How did he open your eyes?" He answered them, "I have told you already, and you would not listen. Why do you want to hear it again? Do you also want to become his disciples?" Then they reviled him, saying, "You are his disciple, but we are disciples of Moses. We know that God has spoken to Moses, but as for this man, we do not know where he comes from." The man answered, "Here is an astonishing thing! You do not know where he comes from, and yet he opened my eyes. We know that God does not listen to sinners, but he does listen to one who worships him and obeys his will. Never since the world began has it been heard that anyone opened the eyes of a person born blind. If this man were not from God, he could do nothing." They answered him, "You were born entirely in sins, and are you trying to teach us?" And they drove him out.

Jesus heard that they had driven him out, and when he found him, he said, "Do you believe in the Son of Man?" He answered, "And who is he, sir? Tell me, so that I may believe in him." Jesus said to him, "You have seen him, and the one speaking with you is he." He said, "Lord, I believe." And he worshiped him. Jesus said, "I came into this world for judgment so that those who do not see may see, and those who do see may become blind." Some of the Pharisees near him heard this and said to him, "Surely we are not blind, are we?" Jesus said to them, "If you were blind, you would not have sin. But now that you say, 'We see,' your sin remains."

Saint Day / Feast of the Week

Charles Henry Brent
Bishop of the Philippines, and of Western New York, 1929

Charles Henry Brent was born in Canada in 1862 and was educated at
Trinity College, University of Toronto. Ordained in Canada, he came
to the United States where, in 1901, he was elected by the House of
Bishops as Missionary Bishop of the Philippines. In the Philippines,
he began a crusade against the opium traffic, a campaign he later
expanded to the continent of Asia. He became President of the Opium
Conference in Shanghai in 1909, and represented the United States
on the League of Nations Narcotics Committee. He also established
cordial relations with the Philippine Independent Church, which led,
ultimately, to intercommunion with that Church.

Bishop Brent served as Senior Chaplain of the American Expeditionary
Forces in World War I, and in 1918 he accepted election as Bishop of
Western New York, having declined three previous elections in order
to remain at his post in the Philippines.

Brent was the outstanding figure of the Episcopal Church on the world
scene for two decades. The central focus of his life and ministry was
the cause of Christian unity. After attending the World Missionary
Conference in Edinburgh in 1910, he led the Episcopal Church in the
movement that culminated in the first World Conference on Faith and
Order, which was held in Lausanne, Switzerland, in 1927, and over
which he presided. He died in 1929.

James Thayer Addison, the historian, described Brent as "a saint of
disciplined mental vigor, one whom soldiers were proud to salute
and whom children were happy to play with, who could dominate a
parliament and minister to an invalid, a priest and bishop who gloried in
the heritage of his Church, yet who stood among all Christian brothers as
one who served ... He was everywhere an ambassador of Christ."

Brent was also a man of prayer. One of his prayers for the mission
of the Church has been included in the Book of Common Prayer:
"Lord Jesus Christ, you stretched out your arms of love on the hard
wood of the cross that everyone might come within the reach of your
saving embrace: So clothe us with your Spirit that we, reaching forth
our hands in love, may bring those who do not know you to the
knowledge and love of you; for the honor of your Name."
  Prayer List 
 
  We pray for Anne Dalton, Page Lee, Adam Barnes, Cathy Harvey, Laura Beth Murray, Jack Dixson, Charles Clamurro, Courtney Birk, Charlie Metcalf, Madison Krontz, Linda Stanford, Joseph Colarossi, Art & Chong Saile, John, Owen Harpold, Johnny Featherston, Carolyn Healy, John King, Jim & Glenda Carpenter, William Knowles, Donald & Sadie Woody, Susan Lamb, Linda Klocker, Jane Tucker, Maxine Justice, Tony & Liz Butler, Michael Driscoll, Rita Ensminger, Mary Lou Butterworth, Christine McCular, John Kunes,  the family of Marco Aschenbrenner, Shirley Jensen, Robert Starnes, JoAnne & Catherine Morris, Alan Austin and Nicole Middleton .


March 24th - Jocelyn King
March 28th - Debra Sayles
March 29th - Jerry Wertz
March 30th - Kelly Eckard
March 31st - Millie English
March 31st - Bruce Kiser
April 1st - Ashley Birk
April 2nd - Andie Brymer
April 2nd - Pet Sumner
April 3rd - Ken Harvey
April 8th - Deb Alzner
April 8th - Nancy Byers
April 11th - Warren English
April 12th - David Klocker
April 12th - Van Balco
April 15th - Jim Howard
April 15th - Young McWhirter
April 16th - Regina Girdauskas
April 16th - Zoe Tilly
April 23rd - Calvin Boyd
April 24th - Deacon Cris South
April 25th - George Saylor
April 25th - Steve Stanford
April 26th - Allison Wells
April 29th - Robert DeCristofor

Please let the office know if we have missed your birthday!
MINISTRY SCHEDULE  

2017
March 26
April 2
CHALICE/LECTOR
8:00 AM
Kelly Morris
Jim McCarthy
CHALICE 
10:30 AM
Lee Wells
Bob Forbes
George Sowersby
Kyle Tilly
LECTOR
Jim Carpenter
Judy Mullins
ACOLYTES
Scott Witry
Autumn Jager
Lindsey Wells
Phill Wertz
Sydney Wertz
Emory Borner
GREETER/USHER
8:00 AM
Linda Boyd
Jim Howard
GREETERS/USHERS
10:30 AM
George Sowersby
Pam Hart
Allison & Lee
Wells
ALTAR GUILD
Marc Dudley
Allison Wells
BREAD
March
Chris Butterworth
April
Cheryl Saylor
ALTAR FLOWERS
Lenten Greens
Lenten Greens
COFFEE HOUR
Erin Balco
Parish Breakfast
MORNINGSIDE
10:30 AM
William Graham
Judy Mullins
C.B. Barr
Morningside Resident
SOUND TECH
Terry Eckard
William Graham
LAY EUCHARISTIC
VISITORS
Lee & Casey Allison
Adam Nygren
David McDowell
VPOD 8:00
10:30
Linda Klocker
John Still
Linda Klocker
Lee Wells

Blessings & Peace,
Fr. Gary+

phone: 704-864-7201
e-mail: secretaryallsaintsgastonianc@gmail.com
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