Nineteenth Sunday After Pentecost
September 25, 2016

   

"We invite everyone to share communion around God's altar. 

We strive to be a welcoming and relevant Christian community doing what matters through prayer, worship, teaching, outreach, fellowship, and service.  
 
We will demonstrate the real life application of scripture, tradition, and
reason by providing a safe place to respond to each other's needs,   
hurts, joys, and interests." 
 
Resurrection Episcopal Church
1755 Duncan Bridge Rd.
Sautee-Nacoochee, GA 30571
706-865-9680

www.resurrectionsautee.com

 

"The Episcopal Church in White County"

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In This Issue
Pastoral Care Corner
Resurrection Preparation
Foundations of America's Democracy Lecture
Women's Retreat
Family First Breakfast
Music Notes
Preschool News
Junior DOK Meeting
Family Promise News Update
Resurrection Wine Tour
Children Formation
Youth Formation
Parent Formation
Resurrection Episcopal Advertising Guide
Theology of the Eucharist
      
Saturday - 24th
9:00  Dismantling Racism
 
Sunday - 25th  
8:15 Holy Eucharist II  
9:30 Compassion Team Presentation
10:30 Holy Eucharist II

Monday - 26th
Fr. Scott @ Clergy Conference
5:30 Yoga 
 
Tuesday - 27th     
Fr. Scott @ Clergy Conference
10:00  Exercise
11:30 WRECs' lunch @ Longhorn's

Wednesday - 28th   
Fr. Scott @ Clergy Conference
6:45 Choir Practice
8:00
AA meeting

Thursday - 29th
Men's Fishing Trip

Friday - 30th
Men's Fishing Trip

Saturday - 1st
Men's Fishing Trip
Sunday,
September 25, 2016
The Lectionary 
Click  here for full texts

First Reading
Jeremiah 32:1-3a, 6-15

The Psalm
Psalm 91:1-6,14-16

Second Reading
1 Timothy 6:6-19

The Gospel
Luke 16:19-31
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8:15 am

Crucifer
Steve Wydra

Lector
Gary D'Abate  

LEM/Interces sor
Steve Wydra

Altar
Lana Brown

10:30 am

Crucifer
Shelby Scalia

Acolytes
Savannah Steele
Reagan Brode
 
 Lectors
Don Scalia
Shelby Scalia    

LEM/Intercess or
Joanna Moylan

LEM
Marteen Goodwin

Ushers Jennifer Smith
Ben Bolton

Greeters 
Dwayne Vandiver
Jennifer Smith

Children's Chapel
Steele

Altar
Madeline Braswell
 
Community of Hope Minister
Mary Geidel
 
Flowers
Gretchen Kwatra
 
Teller
Doug Phillips
 
Social Hour


Vestry Person of the Day
Joe Cash

If you are unable to serve in your designated ministry, please find a replacement and then contact the church office with the change .
Resurrection  Cycle of  Prayer
 
9/25  Michael & Hilary Randall, John & Bobbi Rees, Harold Riley, the Roberts family           
    
9/26  Pat & Larry Roland, Christine Runkle, Tom & Sherri Ryan, Terry & Louise Savoy, the Scalia family   
            
9/27  Hans & Becky Schacht, Don Schlandt, Helen Schlaefflin   
        
9/28  The Schutt family, Hillary & Will Sheppard, Jeff Shirley, the Sieveking family  
    
9/29 The Smith family, the Steele family, Betty Streeter, Gena Taylor       
 
9/30 Dwayne & Christy Vandiver, David & Holly Wall, Don & Holly Walker, Suzy Wedwaldt, David & Helen Wilkins, Mike & Anna Wilkins, Denny & Alice Wydra, Steve Wydra

10/1 Paul Abele, Matt, Sophie & Lucy Alexander, the Ash family   
September 25-October 1  
9/26  Betsy Brien, Matt Alexander

9/28 Geri Barrios

9/30 Jack Prince, Steve Smith 

10/1 Marteen Goodwin, Brandon Nonnemaker        


 
9/25  Chris & Alison Nonnemaker

9/26 Holly & Jared Brode
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Welcome to the latest edition of our eNewsletter.
  
Wherever you are on your faith journey, may you discover God's spirit here at Resurrection. May you experience God's love and feel God's blessing as you participate in the life of the parish.
  
We will see you in church!
  
If you or someone you know is in need of pastoral care, please contact the parish office, a member of the clergy, or a member of the vestry.  Please do not hesitate to let us know of any needs that arise.
Pastoral Care Corner
 
Morris Braswell  is recovering from gastro-cancer surgery at NE GA Med Center #5704.
 
Janet Ash is undergoing cancer therapy.  
 
Hans Schacht is undergoing chemo therapy.
 
Harold Riley is undergoing cancer therapy.     
During the 9:30 Christian Education hour this Sunday, the Compassion Team will be distributing a preparation guide for putting your affairs in order.

  
Christians recognize the inevitability of death, but affirm that "neither death, nor life, nor anything else in all creation, will be able to separate us from the love of God in Christ Jesus our Lord."  Romans 8:38-39

Yet trust in the love and power of God does not eliminate the grief that accompanies a loved one's death. Recognizing that it is often difficult to plan wisely under emotional stress, the Compassion Team has prepared this personal and confidential planner to assist you in making advance arrangements.

This planning guide, approved by the Vestry, is offered with a prayer and the hope that it will serve as a helpful resource for your loved ones in time of need.
 
The Episcopal Church of the Resurrection
and
The Sautee-Nacoochee Community Association
 
Invite you to attend a lecture
Foundations of America's Democracy, 
or Framing the Founding Fathers
 
Sunday, September 25, 4:00 p.m. at The Episcopal Church of Resurrection,  
1755 Duncan Bridge Road, Sautee-Nacoochee
 
 
Presenter is Mary Matthews, Ph.D. in Political Science. Mary is currently an international environmental policy consultant and has taught Introduction to American Government 15 times, winning multiple teaching awards.  In her words:

"Citizens of the United States have enjoyed a democracy based on the ideals of equality, rights, and consent of the governed for over 200 years. The application of this approach to governance has evolved over time, and is something we often take for granted. When the United States gained independence from England, the idea of a democracy was experimental at best, and far more revolutionary than many realize today. America's Founding Fathers were challenged to design institutions that would accommodate their budding independence, and sooth conflicts of interests. Their early efforts were as politically charged as any challenges we have faced as a nation since this time. We will explore the historical, economic, and social factors that shaped the formation of the American democracy, and discuss how the Founding Fathers compromised to form a more perfect union."
Attention Ladies
It's time to sign up for the annual women's retreat. This year we are holding the retreat in the Bishop's Retreat Center at Camp Mikell, Toccoa, Georgia. The cost for great food, inspirational programming, optional crafts, lots of free time and terrific company is $170.  We are honored to have the Rev. Mary Demmer join us for a couple of sessions on Saturday.  Sign up in the narthex now by the big pink poster or at the usual sign-up table.

We look forward to seeing you there!  Linda Perry

Hosted by The Brotherhood of St. Andrew on October 2nd

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We would like to gather information on music in worship, 
music talent in our parish, and preferred music styles. 
This will help the music ministry at Resurrection better serve YOU!
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Preschool News


Our theme this week is apples.  We did an apple experiment today.
  The children guessed what would happen if we put a slice of apple in lemon juice, vinegar, water and vegetable oil.  We also made predictions on how many seeds are inside an apple.
Junior Daughters Meeting
Saturday, October 8, 2016

The Daughters of the King will be hosting a meeting on Saturday, October 8, at 10:00 a.m. for all girls age 8-16 who are interested in becoming a Junior Daughter. Mothers are welcome and encouraged to attend.  A light Continental breakfast will be served. 

The Mission of the Order
The Mission of the Order is the extension of Christ's Kingdom through 
Prayer, Service and Evangelism.

Click here for more information on Junior Daughters of the King.
Family Promise News Update

On October 8th, Family Promise will be operating the cake walk and bake sale at the Nacoochee Farm & Family Expo taking place at the Hardman Farm State Historic Site.  If you would like to donate a baked item for our fundraiser, please contact Cathy Parrish.

Tickets for the Great Helen Duck Race will be available this Sunday after church.  

Thank you for supporting this important ministry.
Cathy Parrish 706-348-2240
Led by Patty Kidd and Debbie McLean
Led by Dr. Jennifer Smith and Denise Dorsey
Led by Fr. Scott Kidd
Childcare will be available in the nursery during Adult Formation classes.

 
The NEW Resurrection Episcopal Advertising Guide is available by following this link.  If you would like to advertise your business or purchase a memorial or thanksgiving message, please contact Michelle Boyce at 706-348-7657 or mgboyce1@hotmail.com.


The Episcopal Church of the Resurrection 
1755 Duncan Bridge Rd.
Sautee-Nacoochee, GA 30571
706-865-9680
   
PARISH STAFF 

The Rt. Rev. Robert Wright, Bishop
The Rt. Rev. Keith Whitmore, Assisting Bishop
The Rev. Scott Kidd, Rector
Brandon Nonnemaker, Minister of Music
Cassie Abernathy, Parish Administrator 
Sonya Chesser, Preschool Director
Paula Cundiff, Sexton 
    
MEMBERS OF THE VESTRY
Vestrymembers
 
Paul Abele (2016) - Administration
Denise Dorsey, Junior Warden (2016) - Formation
Paul Kimball, Senior Warden (2016) - Administration
Michelle Boyce (2017) - Participation
Linda Perry (2017) - Compassion
Becky Schacht (2017) - Compassion
Joe Cash (2018) - Formation
Carolyn Clarke (2018) - Participation
Fonda Dodd (2018) - Participation 
 
Larry Holbrook, Treasurer 
Patsy Kiessling, Recording Secretary
Patsy Kiessling
The Episcopal Church of the Resurrection