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Life at St. Peter’s Winter-Spring 2017 Worship, Programs, and Events Calendar. This key parish life resource of offerings through Summer 2017 is now available online and available for pick-up in all public spaces at St. Peter’s. Mark your calendar for any and all of what’s in store!
Sunday Formation for Youth and Children, weekly. Journey to Adulthood (J2A) youth, ages 13–18, meet in the Youth Suite (basement level, Parish House). For more information, email Director of Youth Formation, Lyn Holt. Catechesis of the Good Shepherd children, ages 2–12, meet on first floor in the Toddler Atrium and Levels 1–3 Atria (classrooms). 9:30–10:30 a.m. in the Parish House. For more information, email Director of Children’s Formation, Anna Hurdle.
Sunday Formation for Adults, February 5, 9:30–10:30 a.m. The Parish Hall Forum (second floor, Parish House) will feature a conversation with parishioners Josephine Hicks and Lyn Holt regarding the “North Carolina XII Bishop Search Process.” They will share key information about this election and their respective leadership roles in the process. On February 12, join the clergy and lay leaders for a panel regarding the significance of Spiritual Direction, which seeks to help one to claim her/his personal experience of God. Through examination, lay and ordained spiritual directors assist seekers to perceive God’s presence in their lives, respond in authenticity, and celebrate the transformations that occur.
What is “Taizé” at St. Peter’s? Taizé is a monthly Sunday evening liturgy modeled after the practice of an ecumenical, international community in Taizé, France. The community, founded in 1940 and run by monastic brothers, is a place where lay and ordained pilgrims go year-round for worship, retreat, and spiritual renewal. At St. Peter’s, you’ll experience a participatory prayer service that combines the music of the Taizé community and silence to help achieve a contemplative state. The altars, sanctuary, chancel, and nave at St. Peter’s are adorned with icons and candles, and overhead lighting is reduced significantly; worshippers are invited to light prayer candles and share in songs like “Adoramus te, o Christe” (listen online) before receiving the Sacrament. If you are interested in this alternative worship experience, parishioners including Tina Coelho, Michael Pawlyk, Elizabeth Richardson, Callina Satterfield, Gene Sloan, and the Clergy invite you to attend or to ask questions. Explore the Taizé community on the web and bring a guest on the next third Sunday night, February 19.
Sunday Evenings at St. Peter’s. All are invited to experience alternative contemplative ways to begin the week: worship on most Sundays at 5:00 p.m. On most second and fourth Sundays, Choral Evensong and Holy Eucharist is offered. On every third Sunday, a meditative Taizé Holy Eucharist is offered, which includes music for piano. Our next Evensong, led by the Clergy and the Boys and Girls ensembles of The Choir School at St. Peter’s, will be February 12, and the next Taizé liturgy will be February 19. The Winter-Spring 2017 schedule for Sunday Evenings at St. Peter’s is available by clicking here.
Weekday Morning Prayer and Tuesday Noon Eucharist. Monday–Friday, 8:00–8:30 a.m. Morning Prayer in the Chapel of the Saints is a beautiful offering for the start of the day. On Tuesdays at Noon, we offer a 30-minute celebration of the Holy Eucharist in the Chapel. All are invited and encouraged to bring guests to any and all of these weekday offerings.
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Pub Theology Resumes Thursday, February 2. Join the Reverend Ollie V. Rencher, Rector, and friends for a relaxed time of holy conversation beyond the walls of St. Peter’s at our first such fellowship for 2017. On Thursday, February 2, 6:00–8:00 p.m. at Rock Bottom Brewery across from St. Peter’s, the topic will be “Practicing Hope.” If you have fears of any sort, big or small, this casual, drop-in gathering is for you and a guest. Pub snacks and a variety of beverages, including non-alcoholic, are available for purchase. Reservations are not required.
Super Bowl Chili and Autobell Tickets Sale, February 5. To raise funds for their Summer 2017 Pilgrimage to Italy and domestic mission trip, our youth will be selling three types of chili (traditional chili, vegetarian chili and white chicken chili), while they last: $8 for one pound (feeds four) and $15 for two pounds. In addition, Autobell tickets are available for $16 each. For more information, email Director of Youth Formation, Lyn Holt or call 704-749-6148.
Seed-starting for St. Peter’s Community Garden, February 5. In this season of Epiphany, when new light, hope, and joy are upon us, one way we can celebrate is to renew our Uptown community garden and many others in the Friendship Garden network by starting seedlings for our spring crops. Many hands make this happy work speedy. Please help on Sunday, February 5 after the 10:45 a.m. liturgy in the Parish Hall (second floor, Parish House). A light lunch will be served at 12:30 p.m. and we will start seeds from 1:00–3:00 p.m. Adults and children of all ages are welcome, as we have big seeds for the littlest kids to plant. RSVP with number of children through Director of Children’s Formation, Anna Hurdle (firstname.lastname@example.org) to ensure we have enough lunch and proper setup.
About St. Peter’s Community Garden. Also known as the Eighth Street Garden, St. Peter’s Community Garden is part of the Friendship Garden network, a network of 100 gardens throughout Charlotte that raise fresh produce for Friendship Trays, Charlotte’s meals-on-wheels program. We partner with Trinity Episcopal School in running the garden on the school campus a few blocks away from St. Peter’s. One of our strongest programs is raising seedlings for other gardens in the network who do not have the resources to do it themselves or pay for flats of seedlings. We have a team of growers, mostly comprised of parishioners, who raise seedlings in their homes once they are started. Trinity students also raise seedlings in classrooms as part of their science program. If interested in being an indoor grower, contact Nancy Duncan (email@example.com). We provide complete, easy training and all equipment, and have at least one light set-up that needs a home.
Young Adults First Sunday Brunch. February 5 at 12:30 p.m., all young adults are invited to gather after the 10:45 a.m. liturgy to walk to 5Church for brunch. To RSVP or with questions, email Mary Gotschall.
Senior Class Third Tuesday Luncheon. The February luncheon will be at Carolina Prime Steakhouse (225 E. Woodlawn Ave) at 11:30 a.m. on February 21. The St. Peter’s Senior Class is a group of members and friends of St. Peter’s (55+) who meet monthly for an informal lunch and twice a year for a party. For further information, please call Hannah Craighill (704-334-6276) or Barbara and Jay Partington (704-523-1831).
The Choir School Serenade Gala is Saturday, February 25, 6:30 p.m. It’s Motown plus the MasterSingers at the Charlotte City Club in Uptown Charlotte. Join the fun for an evening of food, great company, and outstanding performances to benefit the Choir School at St. Peter’s. Tickets and corporate sponsorships are available at the Choir School website, www.thechoirschool.org. For more information contact Allison Elrod (firstname.lastname@example.org, 704-479-6157).
Annual Shrove Tuesday Festival and Volunteers, February 28. On the eve of Ash Wednesday, the parish family is invited to gather for a Shrove Tuesday Festival on Tuesday, February 28, beginning at 6:00 p.m. in the Parish Hall. Prepare now for an evening of live music and food, including pancakes, The Rector’s Gumbo, fresh fruit, King Cake and other desserts, including many child-friendly options. Tickets are $6 for youth and adults, $4 for children, up to a $25 household maximum. RSVP online. Volunteers are needed to help with a variety of preparation and serving duties necessary to make this event a success. Sign up to help now by following this link to a special Sign Up Genius Form. Contact Vestry Coordinator for Fellowship, Paige Ghareeb, via email or call her at 704-947-8986.
Women’s Eastertide Retreat with St. Martin’s Charlotte, April 21–23. All women of St. Peter’s are invited to attend “Seek Peace and Pursue it,” an Eastertide retreat in collaboration with St. Martin’s Charlotte, at Valle Crucis Episcopal Conference Center in Western North Carolina. To learn more and register by the April 1 deadline, click here. For more information, email St. Peter’s parishioner Paige Ghareeb or call her at 704-947-8986.
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Diocesan Bishop Search Candidates, Details, and Charlotte Whistle Stops. On Saturday, March 4 at The Canterbury School in Greensboro, the twelfth Bishop Diocesan will be elected during a Special Convention from among four nominees: the Reverends George Adamik, Charles Dupree, Canon Michael Buerkel Hunn, and Samuel Rodman. All parishioners are invited to meet and greet the nominees, and listen to a panel discussion among them in Charlotte on Monday, February 13 at one of two Whistle Stops: 1:00–2:30 p.m. at Galilee Center (Galilee Ministries of East Charlotte), 3601 Central Ave., Charlotte, NC 28205 or 7:00–8:30 p.m. at Thompson Child and Family Focus, 6800 Saint Peter’s Lane, Matthews, NC 28105. St. Peter’s Clergy and five Delegates plan to attend one of the Whistle Stops and will represent the parish at the upcoming convention. All are encouraged to become informed about this important part of our life by learning more or through information available in the Parish House lobby.
Our Witness to the World: Inspiration from the Saints. The Church has always celebrated how the Spirit of Christ has been revealed in the lives of Holy Women and Holy Men. Through the body of Christ, we are joined to them in our worship and in our daily lives. Learn about these companions on St. Peter’s website, www.st-peters.org, under the “Learning” tab, where their history can be found under “Inspiration from Saints.”
Weekday Volunteer Receptionists Needed. Parish Administrator Leigh Dixon is recruiting additional volunteers to serve as daytime Parish House receptionist on a weekly basis. Duties include welcoming guests, answering phone calls, accepting package deliveries, and occasional administrative tasks. In addition to regular weekly shifts, volunteers may serve as substitutes on occasions when a receptionist may need to be away. If you are interested in serving, email Leigh Dixon or call her at 704-749-6142.
Chronic Care Support Group. The next gathering of this group, which meets on the first Friday of each month, will be Friday, February 3 at 11:00 a.m. in the Parlor. Assisting Priest, the Reverend Keith Lane, and others facilitate this monthly meeting of those with chronic illness and caregivers alike. For more information, email Father Keith Lane or call him at 704-332-7746 x355.
Welcome New Associate Rector: The Reverend Jacob Evan Pierce. On January 25, our new Associate Rector, Father Jacob Pierce commenced his ministry at St. Peter’s. Our congregational development, fellowship, formation, and pastoral care ministry areas will benefit from his gifts and receive his primary focus. Read a letter from the Rector online, pick up a copy in the Parish House lobby, and introduce yourself to Father Jacob as he settles in.
Name Tags at St. Peter’s: An Invitation from Congregational Development. The Clergy and Vestry encourage everyone to consider wearing a name tag button when at St. Peter’s. Names are important for identifying the story of how God is at work in our life. In John 10:3, Jesus describes the Good Shepherd as one who “calls his own sheep by name.” Name tag buttons are another way of demonstrating what a radically welcoming congregation St. Peter’s is. Knowing someone’s name invites conversation: who doesn’t like hearing one’s own name called out? To request a free button, sign up at the receptionist desk in the Parish House on the main floor and pick it up the following Sunday at or near the reception desk. To learn how to make buttons for your ministry for fellowship or fundraising, or to join the Button Ministry, contact Payson Adams (email@example.com, 857-719-7152) or a member of the Congregational Development team.
Vestry Coordinators for Parish Ministry Areas. During the January 14 Vestry Retreat, the Wardens, Vestry, Treasurer, and Clergy reflected on who will serve as Coordinators for our several ministry areas and partner with their respective ministry area teams. To learn about a particular area and get involved, click on the corresponding names below, pick up a “Ministry Areas Overview List” online in the Parish House lobby. Congregational Development: Michael Koppenal (firstname.lastname@example.org), Cooper Morrison (email@example.com); Fellowship: Paige Ghareeb (firstname.lastname@example.org); Formation: Kristine Reid (email@example.com); Outreach: Elsie Erneston (firstname.lastname@example.org); Pastoral Care: John Hall (email@example.com); Social Justice: John Frederick (firstname.lastname@example.org); Stewardship: Candace Armstrong (email@example.com); Worship & The Arts: Abigail Cudabac (firstname.lastname@example.org), Paul Keller (email@example.com); Senior Warden/Administration: Bert Miano (firstname.lastname@example.org); Junior Warden/Property: Maria Long (email@example.com); Clerk: John Hall (firstname.lastname@example.org); and Treasurer/Non-Vestry Member: Dave Lavoie (email@example.com). Consider how you might share in the mission, ministry, and vision of St. Peter’s and stay tuned for 2017 Vestry Goals and Objectives that will involve all parishioners.
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February 28: Annual Shrove Tuesday Festival in the Parish Hall, 6:00 p.m. RSVP Now.
March 1: Ash Wednesday and the start of Lent
March 18: “Papa Pietro’s” Italian Spaghetti Dinner & Silent Auction Youth Pilgrimage Fundraiser, 6:00 p.m. RSVP Now.
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2017 Annual Fund Update – January 31, 2017. Getting Closer: 332 pledges totaling $888,400 have been received toward our $975,000 goal. The Annual Fund Leadership and Vestry are grateful for each pledge and prayerfully seek a 100% investment in life at St. Peter’s from all members and newcomers. On January 17, the Vestry, adopted a 2017 budget based on pledges received and limited secondary income sources. The Vestry hopes for more pledges in order to hire a part-time Communications Administrator and address certain ministry/program and property needs. To pledge online and offer your support, visit www.st-peters.org/annualfund, or you may pledge at the Parish House.
Thank you to all you have pledged!
Mr. Payson Adams, III; Mrs. Jeanne Agan; Mr. Jim Amburn; Mr. Horace Andrews; Ms. Candace Armstrong; The Honorable John Arrowood; Mr. Robert Atkins; Mr. Michael Baker & Mr. Matt Knox; Mrs. Susan Baldwin; Mr. & Mrs. Michael Barrett; Ms. Adelaide Barringer; The Rev. & Mrs. James Bartos; Mr. & Mrs. Dalon Bass; Mr. & Mrs. C. Robert Beaird; Mr. Bob Beardsley & Mr. Frank Steele; Mr. Steve Bentley & Mr. David Deal; Mr. Earl Bernard; Mr. Michael Berry; Mr. Timothy Bice; Dr. Michele Birch; Ms. Donna Black; Ms. Elizabeth Blackwood; Ms. Sandra Blair; Mr. & Mrs. Ovidio Bocanegra; Mr. & Mrs. Matthew Bossemeyer; Mr. & Mrs. Erskine Bowles; Mr. & Mrs. Samuel Bowles; Mr. Mark Boyd & Mr. Andre Fleuriel; Mr. & Mrs. John Bradberry; Mr. Chase Branham; Mr. & Mrs.R. Frost Branon; Mr. & Mrs. Keith Brent; Mr. & Mrs. John Brien; Mr. & Mrs. William Britton, Jr.; Ms. Elizabeth Brodie & Dr. Damian Bracy; Mr. Neil Broncaccio; Ms. Debra Brooks; Dr. Barbara Brown; Mr. William Bryan; Mr. & Mrs. John Budall; Mr. & Mrs. Steven Burke; Mr. Louis Burkhead & Ms. Joan Graham; Laurie and Rob Burlington; Mr. David Burn; Mr. John Burnett; Mr. & Mrs. Daniel Busch; Mr. Robert Bush; Mr. & Mrs. Charlie Caldwell; Ms. Carolyn Carlburg; Mr. David Carlson; Ms. Gretchen Caldwell; Mr. & Mrs. Eugene Carney, Jr.; Dr. & Mrs. Kent Carpenter; Mr. Rob Carpenter; Mrs. Elise Cathey; Mr. & Mrs. Timothy Chapin; Mr. Yegin Chen; Mr. Dumont Clarke & Ms. Shirley Linn; Mr. & Mrs. Marcus Clarke; Mr. Maurice Clarke; The Rev. Julie C. Clarkson; Mr. Ellison Clary & Ms. Linda Gallehugh; Mrs. Robin Cochran; Ms. Tina Coelho; Mrs. Gina Columna; Ms. Jo Cooley; Mrs. Suzanne Coonen; Mrs. Gloria Cooper; Mrs. Margaret Copeland; Mr. & Mrs. Christopher Corcoran; Mrs. Elizabeth Corzine; Ms. Chantalle Couba; Mrs. James B. Craighill; Mr. & Mrs. Thomas Crayton; Mr. & Mrs. Christopher Cudabac; Mr. & Mrs. Geoffrey Curme; Mr. Josiah Daniels; Ms. Mary Katherine Davis; Mr. Nicholas DeCarolis; Mr. John Denti; Miss Daphne DiFrancesco; Mr. Keith Dixon; Mr. & Mrs. Jonathan Dresser; Mr. & Mrs. Jim Dudley; Mr. Danny Duff & Mr. Patrick Williamson; Mr. Daniel Duggan, Jr; Mrs. James M. Dumbell; Ms. Nancy Duncan; Mr. And Mrs. & Mrs. Anthony Dunn; Ms. Isabella Dunn; Dr. John Dunn; Ms. Carmencita Elijah; Mr. and Mrs. Brian Ellsworth; Ms. Elsie Erneston; Ms. Katherine Everett; Ms. Roberta Farman Stein; Mrs. Minta Jane Ferguson; Dr. & Mrs. Robert Ferguson; Mr. & Mrs. Quentin Fogan; Dr. & Mrs. Ronald Follmer; Mr. Thomas Forte; Mr. & Mrs. Theodore Foster, Jr.; Dr. John Frederick & Mr. Anthony Craghead; Ms. Alexandria Freeman & Mr. Neil Delap; Mr. Brian Gallagher & Mr. Terry Prince; Mr. Samuel Gardner, III & Mr. Jim DiMartino; Mr. Pendley Garrett; Mr. & Mrs. Tom Ghareeb; Ms. Diana Gibbs; Dr. Margaret Gibson; Mr. & Mrs. Lee Gilman; Ms. Lydia Gittens; The Rt. Rev. & Mrs. Gary Gloster; Mr. Carlos Gonzalez; Mr. Kenneth Goodwin & Mr. Peter Richard; Ms. Mary Gotschall; Mr. & Mrs. Vernon G. Graves; Mr. and Mrs. James Green; Mr. & Mrs. Donald Greene; Ms. Lynn Griffin; Mr. & Mrs. Richard Gross; Evette Guine-Paige & Terry Paige; Mr. & Mrs. Brian Hacker; Mr. Wilbert Haith; Dr. John Hall & Mr. Robbie Howell; The Rev. Dr. Paul Hanneman; Ms. Ann Haskell; Mr. Robert Headley; Ms. Josephine Hicks; The Rev. & Mrs. William Hinson, Jr.; Ms. Catherine Hoffman; Mrs. Irma Hoffman; Mr. Michael Hoffman; Mr. & Mrs. John Hoke; Mr. Harris Holt, III & Mrs. Lyn W. Holt; Mr. and Mrs. Christopher Holtz; Ms. Christiana Holyer; Mr. Andrew Horgan & Mr. Alex Choong; Ms. Katherine Hughes; Mr. & Mrs. Andy Hung; Mr. & Mrs. Dandridge Hurdle; Mr. & Mrs. John Hurst, Jr.; Ms. Kimberly Hurst; Mr. Walt Hutchinson; Mr. Douglas Hutto & Mr. Steve Thomas; Ms. Louise Im; Mr. Thomas Im & Mr. Michael Loose; Ms. Marie Irving; Dr. & Mrs. David Jacobs; Mrs. Nancy Jewell; Mrs. Edith Johnson; Mr. & Mrs. J. Michael Johnson; Mr. Chris Jones & Mrs. Sarah Reidy-Jones; Ms. Elaine Jones; Mr. & Mrs. Greg Jones; Mr. John Joslin; Mr. & Mrs. William Kalbas; Mr. Walter Kearns; Mr. & Mrs. Desmond Keller; Mr. & Mrs. Paul Keller, Jr.; Mr. & Mrs. William Kelly; Dr. John Ketron & Mr. Michael Wright; Carl and Amy Dillon King; Mr. Thomas Kiser; Ms. Maureen Kivney; Mary, Ben, Helen, Amelia, & Sam Klauder; Mr. & Mrs. John Knip; Mr. & Mrs. Michael Koppenal; Mr. & Mrs. William Krewson; Mr. Tony Krumbhaar; Dr. & Mrs. Christopher Lakin; Mr. & Mrs. John Lamb; The Rev. & Mrs. Keith C. Lane; Mr.s. & Msr. Sean Langley; Ms. Amanda Lapp & Mr. Nathaniel Heyward; Ms. Lynn Lau; Mr. & Mrs. David Lavoie; Ms. Lynnette Lewis; Mrs. Betty Little; Mr. & Mrs. Nevan Little; Mrs. Trissy Lomax; Mr. & Mrs. Andrew Lopes; Mr. & Mrs. Dean Loven; Mr. & Mrs. Brooks Luquire; Mr. & Mrs. Zachary Luszcz; Ms. Lisa Lynn & Ms. Caren Akin; Mrs. Claudia Macauley; Mr. & Mrs. Thomas Mandon; Mr. Elwood Manigault; Mr. & Mrs. Richard Markel; Mrs. Susanne Martin; Mr. & Mrs. Richard Mautz, III; Ms. Janie Maybeck; Ms. Susan McConnell; Mr. James McEwen & Ms. Nelda Leon; Mrs. Dorothy McGavran; Ms. Patricia McGrath; Mr. & Mrs. Brian McKeon; Ms. Hulene McLean; Ms. Judith McLeod; Mr. Al McMillian & Ms. Sydney Burgess; Mr. Eugene McNeely; Mr. & Mrs. Mac Meloy; Mr. Joshua Meloy; Dr. & Mrs. Stephen Mercer; Ms. Wendy Merrill; Mr. Alexander Merritt; Mr. Matthew Messer; Mr. & Mrs. Bert Miano; Ms. Lena Miano; Ms. Stephanie Minter; Mr. & Mrs. Howard Mixter; Mr. & Mrs. Thayer Moeller; Ms. Kathryn Moland; Mrs. Jean Mooney; Mrs. Antonia Moore; Mr. & Ms. Daniel Moore; Mr. & Mrs. John Moore, III; Mr. & Mrs. Peter Morgan; Mr. Samuel Morgan; Mr. Austin Morphies; Mr. & Mrs. Micah Morrison; Mr. & Mrs. Cooper Morrison, Jr.; Mr. & Mrs. George Mundle; Mr. & Mrs. Matthew Murphy; Mr. Todd Murphy; Mr. & Mrs. Daniel Nelson; Ms. Kimberly Newman; Mr. & Mrs. Andrew Nicholson, III; Mr. Charles Noe & Randy Peacock; The Rev. Eleanor Norman & Mr. Blake Shell; Mr. & Mrs. John Norton, II; Mr. William Norton; Ms. Anna Norton; Mr. & Mrs. C.J. O’Neill; Ms. Jennifer O’Neill; Mr. & Mrs. James Owens; Mr. James Padgett; Dr. Leland Park; Mr. John Parker, III; Ms. Anna Parr; Mr. & Mrs. James Partington, III; Mr. Michael Pawlyk & Ms. Elizabeth Richardson; Ms. Betty Payne; Miss Edith Pearson; Mr. & Mrs. Tim Pechar; Dr. William Pfischner; Mr. & Mrs. Andrew Poegel; Mr. & Mrs. Jamie Quinlan; Dr. & Mrs. Daniel Raiford; Mr. Patrick Ratchford; Ms. Kristine Reid; Mr. Maximillian Reid; The Rev. & Mrs. Ollie V. Rencher; Mr. & Mrs. Michael Restaino; Mr. Julius Richardson, II; Mr. & Mrs. Kevin Ringley; Greg Robbins & Brian Burden; The Honorable Jennifer & Mr. Manley Roberts; Mr. Manley Roberts; Ms. Marie Robertson; Ms. Onesha Sanders; Ms. Linda Sarazen; Ms. Nancy Sarazen; Ms. Callina Satterfield; Ms. Paula Savich; The Rev. Joslyn Ogden & Dr. Brian Schaefer; Mr. Alexander Scharnberg; Mr. & Mrs. Richard Schroeder; Mrs. Yvette Seaton; Ms. Mary Lynn Sepkowitz; Mr. & Mrs. James Shannonhouse, Jr.; Mr. Matthew Sharp; Mr. Harry Shaw; Mr. & Mrs. John Shumate; Mr. & Mrs. Ed Singletary; Mr. & Mrs. Edward Smith, II; Mr. Mason Smith; Mr. Miles Smith; Mr. Rob Smith & Ms. Maria Long; Mr. & Mrs. Jeffrey Spinazzolla; Mr. Michael Spivey; Mr. Robert Steppe; Mr. & Mrs. Tate Sterrett; Mr. & Mrs. Robert Stigall; Mr.Wesley Sturgis, Jr. & Ms. Jan Keny; The Rev. Carl Synan; Mr. Michael Talbert; Mrs. & Mr. Wil Teichman; Mrs. Norveline Thomas; Mr. & Mrs. Willie Thomas; Mr. Wes Thompson & Mr. Trey Owen; Dr. John Thompson, Jr.; Mr. & Mrs. Robert Thompson; Mr. & Mrs. Robert Tindle; Mr. & Mrs. James Tringas; Mrs. Mary Anna Turner; Andrew & Choquette Uglehus; Dr. & Mrs. Gerald Vanderpool; Mr. & Mrs. Ruard Veltman; Mr. Carl Waiters; Mr. & Mrs. Gary Wald; Dr. George Waterhouse; Mrs. Eulada Watt; Mrs. Audrey Webb; Ms. Charmaine Welch; Mrs. Helena Welch; Mr. & Mrs. Edward Wellman, Jr.; Ms. Hope Westerfield & Ms. Marti Henderson; Dr. Joseph Whelan, III; Mrs. Cynthia White; Ms. Carole Whittington; Ms. Lisa Wielunski; Mr. Eric Wilkins & Dr. Annie Bowles; Mrs. Mary Williams; Mr. & Mrs. Joseph Williamson; Mr. & Mrs. William Williamson, III; Mr. & Mrs. Mike Wilson; Ms. Lindie Wilson; Mr. Clint Wimbish & Dr. Michele Liu; Mr. & Mrs. Johnnie Wimbish; Mr. & Mrs. Klif Wommack; Mary Virginia and Dan Woodall; Mrs. Ruth Woodend; Mr. Alec Yale; Mr. & Mrs. Peter Young; Mr. & Mrs. John Zemaitis; Mr. & Mrs. Philip Zulick
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Submitting Communications Requests: Please send all submissions for the eNews and Sunday leaflets, as well as any questions related to communications, to firstname.lastname@example.org. The deadline for submitting information for publication during the coming week is Sunday at 8:00 p.m. Provide all pertinent details, including date, time, location, any fees or other costs, a brief description of the event, links to any additional information available online, any deadlines, and the name, email address and phone number of the person to contact. If you do not have email access, you may leave a detailed message at 704-749-6142. Spread the word about this process.