Online Worship for Sunday, April 19, 2020
The Second Sunday of Easter
10 am - Morning Prayer on Zoom
Join us for Morning Prayer on Zoom and we will (once again) attempt to live stream to the St. Bede's YouTube page.
If the live stream does not work,
we will post the recording to our YouTube page later.
8 pm - Compline on Zoom
End your Sunday by joining others from St.Bede's
in the quiet evening prayer form known as Compline.
We usually take a few moments at the end to catch up as well.
Information about how to join
Morning Prayer & Compline on Zoom
will be sent out in a separate email
and will be posted to the St. Bede's website
by Saturday afternoon.
There is always a call-in (from a regular telephone) option for
all worship, fellowship, and meeting opportunities
that are offered on Zoom.
Community Engagement Meeting
on St. Bede's Zoom
Sunday, April 19 at
For details about how to join this meeting,
please contact Melissa Biegler at:
Harriett Tubman wins Golden Halo!
This year's Lent Madness Golden Halo winner is Harriet Tubman. To learn more about her or the other Saints in this year's bracket, go to
Alyssa Sali won (again?!) our St. Bede's "pool" and has designated the pool proceeds to assist parishioners economically impacted by COVID-19. Congratulations to all our Saints and saints.
Let's Stay Connected
In the season ahead, we would love for any of our members to share any personal reflections, poetry, or stories of hope that will keep us connected and lift our spirits. You can send them to: firstname.lastname@example.org and we will offer these in the weekly e-newsletter or on Facebook.
This week we received the following offerings:
Tommie Thompson offers The Episcopal Church Virtual Choir and Orchestra's Easter offering:
Loretta Vail shares a heartwarming story from her hometown of Earlham, Iowa:
An anonymous donor gave every one in town the gift of a total of $150 in gift cards from three different local businesses. Earlham Mayor, Jeff Lillie, was interviewed in the attached CNN article. He is Loretta's nephew!
In Our Prayers
father of Laura Ribas
DiAnne Lillie, sister-in-law of Loretta Vail
Brianna Pressley Lowrey, student of Pat Callaway
John Pye, friend of Terry Cannon
Maddie Cannon, niece of Terry and Beth Cannon
Brooke Cannon, niece of Terry and Beth Cannon
Father Nick Cesaro, friend of Connie Coralli
Betty Russell, cousin of Suzanne Shapiro
Rick, Tammy, & Katlyn Buck,
friends of Nina Daniel
Craig Sturken, grandson of Dee Weems
friend of Sam Cameron
, mother of Lisa Main
sister of Larry Bing
mother of Jody Klein
brother-in-law of Laura Martin
mother of Beth Cannon
son of David Newberry,
stepson of Gretchen Berggren
son of Jean Ahlfinger
mother of John Branan
Andy Matia and Darryl Schwartz,
friends of Ann Foote
Brooke & Taylor Harty,
granddaughters of Nancy Waring
friend of Jan & Jeff Swoope
grandson of Sarra David
sister-in-law of Kerry Penney
For those who have died
friend of Jerry Simmons
Glenn Peacock, friend of the Mizell Family
Gordon Russell, cousin of Suzanne Shapiro
We give thanks for those celebrating birthdays this week
4/19: Nancy Bruce
4/19: Chloe Sellars
4/20: Christian Rodriguez-Calvillo
4/21: Brian Pettitt-Schieber
4/22: Nora Cruz-Diaz
4/23: Terry Cannon
The Forward Day by Day booklets of daily devotions for May - July 2020 are here!
If you would like Muriel to send one to you, please call her at the parish office or email her at
If you would like to pick one up at the church, Muriel can leave one taped to the front glass doors in a plastic bag with your name on it. Again, call or email her at the church office.
Please note that you can also find the daily devotions on line at
If you are looking for a way to help solve the shortage of masks during this pandemic without having to sew yoursef, St. Bede's friend, Elizabeth Beck, the co-founder of Tandem Quilting Co., is offering a solution through her company.
Elizabeth was a guest speaker in our Just Faith Speaker Series last year, and friend to several of us in the parish.
Can you help us make masks?
Tandem Quilting is doing our part to help our community and crisis responders by making as many masks as we can! Tandem is donating all the materials and fabric. The problem is, our refugee makers are being affected by the financial and personal health crisis and donating their time is very difficult for them.
A small gift of $19.00 will provide the labor to make 10 masks! Not only are you helping curb the spread of the virus by keeping your community healthy, but you are providing a way to help our makers in need of keeping their own families financially safe.
It's a two-for-one win against this ravaging disease. Please visit our
and help us beat COVID-19 with a small $19 gift.
We love our Tandem community. Thank you for all your business and support of our mission over these past years!
With much love,
Tandem Quilting Co.
See Photos from Bishop Wright's
March 8 visit
to St. Bede's
shared with us
by roving Diocese of Atlanta Photographer
We have an archive of Sunday sermons on our website. Check out the list of available sermons. Each sermon lists the Gospel reading for that Sunday and many have a public domain painting that relates to the reading. Filters on the right side of the page allow you to see all of the sermons for a particular speaker.
You can locate "
" under the "Connect with Us" heading on the website.
Blessed To Be A Blessing Pledge Campaign
Thank you to all who have so generously responded by returning your Blessed To Be A Blessing pledge card. If you haven't yet returned your completed pledge card, additional pledge cards are available in the Connect Center.
Join with others from St. Bede's to visit detainees at the
Stewart Immigration Detention Center
St. Bede's congregation has the opportunity to visit detainees at the
Stewart Immigration Detention Center
in Lumpkin Georgia on the following Saturday dates; we hope to visit three times this year. If you are interested in joining in this ministry for one or more visits, please sign up on the sheet in the commons or email Junior Abraham
July 11, 2020
November 7, 2020
We will leave St. Bede's at about 7:00 am and return in the afternoon. Orientation is required for first time visitors and will be provided at St. Bede's. English, Spanish, and French languages are spoken, as well as others. Visits are a maximum of one hour. This has been a blessing for those who have visited and we hope you will consider joining us.
Welcome to St. Bede's Episcopal Church
Welcome! We're delighted to have you here. You are invited to visit our Commons Area for coffee and conversation after the 10:00 service. There you will find parish life materials to the right as you exit from the church.
Here are some other ways to get better acquainted with St. Bede's.
- Visit stbedes.org and sign up for the church's weekly email and learn more about the active life of St. Bede's. Also visit St. Bede's Facebook page, another way to check out the activities.
- Fill out a visitor information form located on the Visitor's table located in the commons area. Let us know more about you so we can be in touch.
- Contact the church office, 770-939-9797, to be placed on the mailing list or learn more about the life of St. Bede's.
The Invite Welcome Connect Committee has dinners for our newcomers with some of our "seasoned" parishioners. These dinners help you connect with the activities and life of St. Bede's. If you are a newcomer watch for an invitation to an "Invite Welcome Connect" dinner.
Several St. Bede's regulars subscribe to-
and like! - these e-publications. To stay up to date on activities throughout the
Diocese of Atlanta, sign up for the e-newsletter, Connecting.
You can also
sign up to receive For Faith,
which is a weekly devotional message from Bishop Rob Wright sent by email on Fridays. To sign up for either or both,
Help us be there for communities impacted by COVID-19
Last week the deadly spread of COVID-19 (novel coronavirus 2019) was officially declared a pandemic by the World Health Organization.
Please know that all of us at Episcopal Relief & Development are praying for you and your loved ones in these difficult and frightening times.
While the full extent of the virus's impact is still not clear, and knowing what actions to take may feel uncertain, one thing we can always do is prepare. Now is a time to hold fast to our faith and continue on with hope. Or, as Luke 12:35-38 says, "Be dressed for action and have your lamps lit."
That is why Episcopal Relief & Development will continue to be that light for our neighbors in need right now. I hope you will join us
by making a donation to our COVID-19 Pandemic Response efforts today.
COVID-19 is having wide-ranging effects - in our own church communities here at home and in communities around the world.
today, will help us:
- Provide our partners with critical resources to help local communities both immediately and in the long run
- Ensure the most up-to-date and accurate knowledge about the disease is continuously shared, including training on personal and community preparedness
- Help partners support high-risk communities who are most vulnerable to COVID-19
- Adapt and act to meet the changing needs of those we serve as the emergency evolves
As you know, our preparedness and response work are devoted to helping communities recover and emerge stronger from COVID-19 and its devastating impact. Your support is critical in this, so please make a donation to our COVID-19 Pandemic Response efforts today.
Stay healthy and safe, and thank you again for keeping your lamp lit for your neighbors both here at home and around the world.
Robert W. Radtke
President & CEO
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