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Canterbury Episcopal Chapel and Student Center at The University of Alabama 812 Fifth Avenue, Tuscaloosa, AL 35401 (205)345-9590 http://www.canterburychapelua.org JULY 2010

Canterbury Ministries in Action Caring Days = LASAGNA, HOMEGROWN VEGGIES, & ART! Homegrown Alabama and your Caring Days representatives will work together to offer a delicious Veggie Lasagna supper to all who come to the Student Center on Wednesday, July 21, at 6:00 p.m. Produce from our Homegrown Alabama Farmer’s Market will be made into a great meal for all to enjoy. It has even been reported that homemade Peach Cobbler may finish off the meal! Proceeds from the meal will be donated to the Caring Days Capital Fundraising drive. Come and join your Caring Days representatives for a great meal and an evening of fellowship - all for a great cause. The Caring Days Capital Campaign is raising money to pay for land and a new functional building to care for adults with memory disorders. June was packed with art at Canterbury. The three exhibitions - Canterbury Kids, Arts ‘N’ Autism, and the Caring Days Art Exhibit - were a

For more information including our calendar, student events, and summer schedule, visit: http://www.canterburychapelua.org Sunday

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Elizabeth Cady Stanton, Amelia Bloomer, Sojourner Truth, and Harriet Ross Tubman: Liberators and Prophets July 20 (More at the Lectionary: http://www.io.com/~kellywp) 4 Steve Katsinas Leigh Moudry

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July 7 Ann Betak

Friday

Thursday 1 Travis Didley

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Saturday 3 Susan Windham

huge success. In July, the CARING DAYS ART EXHIBIT continues, with new art work replacing any pieces purchased. Donations to the Caring Days Capital Campaign are welcomed.

Above: Visitors enjoyed the Arts ‘N’ Autism artwork in the Gallery at Canterbury in June. Below, Ham Bagby provides just the right ambience for the reception.

SAVE YOUR SHOES The EYC is collecting old athletic shoes for Share Our Soles. Share Our Soles is a non-profit or-

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10 Ben Moudry Paul Mussleman

ganization that collects, cleans, and distributes running shoes to underprivileged youth in the U. S. and around the world. So, clean out your closet! Bring us your tired, your smelly athletic shoes (a.k.a. “sneakers,” tennis shoes) yearning to breathe free, between now and August 31, to the box in Genevieve’s Office.

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18 Amanda Barnes Michelle Ladd

25 Roland Ficken Saint James, Apostle

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13 Beatriz Castro-Nail

14 Jonathan Eric Keeton Tori Marriott

19 Phyllis Bailey Tim Jones Macrina, Monastic and Teacher, 379

20 Adam Fargason Sharon Marable Stanton, Bloomer, Truth, and Tubman

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26 Jonathan Hess Esther Propst

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28 Jessica Bonitz Austin Carroll

William Reed Huntington, Priest

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Haley Kapphan Jennifer Kemp William White, Bishop of PA, 1836

Helen Riner Evelyn Underhill, 1941 22 Shannon Ballard Jennifer Horne

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Mary and Martha of Bethany

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Saint Mary Magdalene 29 Ben Liverman Stephen Liverman

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Meals on Wheels Needs Your Help “Feed my sheep.” Jesus spoke these words to Peter in the last chapter of the Gospel of John. The Fourth Sunday Meals on Wheels Ministry is one way that Canterbury Chapel follows Jesus’ instruc-

30 Isaac Weston William Wilberforce 1833

31 Pam BullingtonChauderi Ignatius of Loyola, 1556

tion. This ministry calls for us to give our time, talent, and treasure. Every fourth Sunday, one of four teams prepare and package about 165 meals, and still more folks help deliver those meals. The food and supplies are paid for by donations to the Meals on Wheels Ministry. Currently the funds used for this ministry are running very low. Please consider supporting this ministry by making a donation - you may place it in the offering plate on Sundays or deliver it to the Chapel office. If you are giving by


DIRECTORY Clergy The Reverend Marc Burnette Chaplain and Rector 6130 Greystone Court, Tuscaloosa, 35406 205-752-6160 STAFF Tyler W. Robertson, Director of Music and Organist Genevieve Turkett, Parish Administrator Ham Bagby, Sexton

Canterbury Community check, please write “Meals on Wheels” on the for/memo line. If you are giving by cash,

CONTACT the CHURCH 205-345-9590 canterburychapel@gmail.com http://canterburychapelua.org

Can we talk?

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attach a note that designates the gift is for Meals on Wheels. If you would like information

efforts throughout our diocese and the southeast including the destruction from the tor-

about joining a cook team or becoming a driver, please contact Kelley Hudlow (akhud-

nado in Carbon Hill and the unforgettable wrath of Katrina in New Orleans. Roland’s deep

low13@gmail.com) or the Chapel office.

compassion, calm demeanor and strong work ethic were invaluable during these crises.

Class of 2010 Linda Chambers Tim Hammond, Jr. Warden Millie Hudson Diana Liverman

Throughout his tenure as Deacon, Roland served on the Vestry at Canterbury and several

Community of Hope Annual Conference 2010

Class of 2011 Kelley Hudlow Jane Joslin Mark Leggett, Sr. Warden Camille Samples

boards for non-profit agencies in our community as a resource and a voice of reason, wisdom, encouragement and support.

Gus Davis and Laurie Fowler attended the Com-

Student Forum John Elder, President Lindsay Turner, Director of Outreach Tyler Richards, Director of Publicity Holly Pucket, Director of Fellowship Ministries Acolytes & Crucifers Altar Guild Caring Days Caring Congregations Chalice Bearers & Ushers Coffee Hour Servers Christian Education Community of Hope Community Garden Daughters of the King Deacon’s Deli Flower Guild Gallery at Canterbury Meals on Wheels Prayer Shawls St. Andrew’s Society Sawyerville Leadership Scholars College

Canterbury Community

Roland is a caring, compassionate and loving individual whom I have a great deal of

munity of Hope Annual Conference at Camp Allen in

respect for. I am so grateful for his friendship and truly believe that Canterbury is a for-

Navasota, Texas. The Reverend Doctor Helen Apple-

tunate and blessed parish because of him. A portrait of Roland now hangs in the Canter-

berg, one of the founders of Community of Hope,

bury Student Center honoring his service to our parish. On behalf of the Vestry and the

presided over the conference. There were workshops

entire parish I want to offer a heartfelt expression of gratitude and appreciation! Thank

on different aspects of COH training including de-

you Roland!

veloping leaders, new core curriculum, new ministry opportunities, intentional listening, contemplative practices, and community worship. In addition to the formal sessions, the informal networking with

Mark Leggett

Gardeners work with Deacon’s Deli

Lucinda Roff, Treasurer Emily Hubert-Wallander, Clerk John Elder, Student Forum President Graham Mullen, Church Mouse

other COH members from Texas and other parts of the country was most valuable. Lots of great friendships were renewed and new ones made at the conference. Gus and Laurie

Volunteers of the CCG,

are looking for candidates for the Fall 2010 Community of Hope Training Class. For more

along with members of

information about COH, contact Gus Davis at gdgraphic@yahoo.com or (205) 310 5743.

Homegrown Alabama, have

CANTERBURY TALES NEWSLETTER Send submissions, announcements, corrections to Rachel Dobson airgid@gmail.com

a highly successful Farmers

THE DIOCESE DIGS OUR GARDEN

Class of 2012 Drew Brislin Heather Kopelson Mary Lowrey Ben Porter

Market voucher program for patrons of Deacon’s Deli.

The Canterbury Community Garden (CCG) was recently

Vouchers redeemable only

awarded a Parish Outreach Grant of $1,500 from the Dio-

at the Homegrown Alabama

cese of Alabama Mission and Outreach Department. Pa-

Farmers Market are distrib-

Annika Reitenga, Mary Catherine Vail, and Aymara Albury, EYC leader, play with Wes Lowrey’s entry, titled “I Spy,” in the June Young Artists Exhibition at the Gallery at Canterbury.

uted every Tuesday morning along with fresh produce do-

rishioners, students, and community members will decide together how best to use the funds to help the Garden

Peanut Butter (smooth)

nated by vendors of the Farmers Market. This program has

become completely self-sustaining.  Periodic updates and

Sugar (2 1/2 pound)

been funded so far by donations and by the money raised

pictures of the garden can now be found at http://can-

Flour (2 1/2 pound)

parking cars on the lawn during football season. There is

terburychapelgarden.blogspot.com/

Bath Soaps

a great interest in expanding this program to neighbor-

Toothbrushes

ing churches and food pantries. Those willing to volunteer

Toothpaste

time or resources to this effort should contact Erica Smith,

Toilet Tissue

Lindsey Mullen, Lydia Atkins or Kelley Hudlow. A special

Notes from the Senior Warden... It was a privilege for me to recognize and honor Roland Ficken during coffee hour on Sunday, June 27th, for his years of dedication and service as Deacon at Canterbury. Roland began preparation for the Diaconate in 2000 and was ordained in November of 2002. That year, Bishop Parsley assigned Roland to Canterbury Chapel where he served until 2009. This was one year beyond his retirement as the Bishop asked him to continue on in order to support Jon Chalmers and the parish through the 20082009 transitional year. Roland went above and beyond the call of duty as Deacon at Canterbury. His dedication and tireless efforts to numerous outreach programs such as Meals on Wheels and the Deacon’s Deli inspired and benefited many. Roland represented Canterbury and our diocese through the disaster relief program assisting in relief 2

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We also need these: Cereals Jelly Canned Meats Beans Rice Snack foods Soups Juices Milk Fresh fruit and veggies

thank you to all the farmers who’ve donated produce to our Deacon’s Deli this month. Support local producers by coming to the Homegrown Alabama Farmers Market, Thursdays, 3-6 pm, on the Canterbury Lawn.

DEACON’S DELI STILL NEEDS ITEMS Next time you’re at the grocery story, please add a couple of these items to your cart. You may put them in the basket in the Student Center at any time. On the left are items we cannot obtain from the West Alabama Food Bank or Sam’s because they come in such large proportions. Thank you! 5

Daughters of the King Schedule 2010 July – No meeting Aug. 1 – meeting at Susan Windham’s, food by Ro Ford. Sept. 5 – meeting at Margaret Cooper’s; food by Susan Windham; program by Ro Ford. Oct. 3 – meeting at Camilla Huxford’s; food by Linda Chambers, program by Margaret Cooper. Nov. 7 – meeting at Student Center.


Canterbury Episcopal Chapel July Newsletter