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JANUARY 30–FEBRUARY 07, 2010

TRURO FAMILY NEWS Cross Cultural Ministry Training Saturday, February 6, 3–5 pm, During Alive Again With Matt Maher Would you like to reach out to those who are new to our community and to our church, and who are from other lands, languages, and levels of society? If so, join the Cross Cultural Ministry Training event featuring David Meeks, just back from Turkey, who will be sharing ideas on how to minister respectfully and effectively to those who are different from us and in need of God’s love.

Alive Again Is winter wearing on you? Snow and cold got you down? Could you use a spiritual pick-me-up? Then come to… Alive Again! Join us for a mid-winter’ afternoon of inspiration and teaching! Featuring Contemporary Christian Artist Matt Maher & Band Saturday, February 6, 2010, 1–5 pm Matt Maher, contemporary Christian recording artist and well known worship leader, will be returning to Truro for a ministry training seminar “Worship in Liturgy” and Sunday morning worship! Worship and Teaching with Matt Maher, 1–3 pm, and Ministry Training Sessions, 3–5 pm Ministry Training Sessions: Worship, Home Group/Lenten Study Leaders, Family Ministries, Cross-cultural Ministries, Mothers of Preschoolers, Intercessory Prayer Task Force, Men’s Ministry

Information/Registration: www.TruroChurch.org

This is also an opportunity to meet with representatives of Love the World Fellowship, the Spanish Congregation, and TIPS (Truro International Programs & Services) and see how you can get involved. The meeting will be held in the ICM building, across the street from the church, first floor, in the International Meeting Room. Don’t forget to sign up online at www.trurochurch.org.

Intercessory Ministry Task Force Ministry Training Saturday, February 6, 3–5 pm, During Alive Again With Matt Maher Are you burdened by the state of the world? Do you find yourself sighing out a prayer asking God to do something about the problems you see all around? Do you struggle with a burden to pray for the needs of those seeking to serve Christ, either here or abroad? Do you want to see God work in the lives of those you love? Is it your fervent wish that God would send revival to His church once again and bring in all those He’s calling to Christ? Then consider coming to the Intercessory Ministry Task Force Breakout session in the chapel during Alive Again. The Task Force is a new venture seeking to support and expand the various groups at Truro already praying for the needs of others and is in the process of getting organized. This break out session is for you if you:

or contact Laura Workman, lworkman@trurochurch.org, 703.273.1300 ext. 316.

• Answered yes to any of the questions above.

Christian recording artist Matt Maher has served with organizations like WorshipTogether.com, SpiritandSong.com, Passion, Youth Specialties, and Adore Ministries. Matt has led worship for Catholic World Youth Day and worked with artists such as Rich Mullins and Chris Tomlin. Matt’s first major label album titled Empty and Beautiful debuted in April 2008. The band will also be participating in the 8:30am & 11:15am worship services on Sunday February 7, 2010.

• Have thoughts and ideas to support and encourage the ministry of intercessory prayer.

• Already participate in one of the intercessory prayer ministries at Truro.

• Feel God’s nudge to pray. For more information, contact Brandon Showalter (bmshowalter@gmail.com) or Fr. Tim Howe (fathertim2@cox.net). Hope to see you there!


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Irresistible Invitation

Responding to the Extravagant Heart of God… 2010 Lenten Teaching Mission with Maxie Dunnam Saturday, Feb 20, 8:30 am–1:00 pm 8:30 am—Continental Breakfast (Included) 9:00 am—Worship and Four Teaching Sessions, (Irresistible Invitation, Rehearsing the Gospel, Foundations for Prayer, and Prayer as Surrender)

Register Online: www.TruroChurch.org/LTM2010

6-Week Small Group Study During Lent PARTICIPATE IN A LENTEN STUDY GROUP USING THE MAXIE DUNNAM “IRRESISTIBLE INVITATION” DVD SERIES Small Group Registration Sign-up for a small group at www.trurochurch.org OR visit our sign-up tables in front of the church on January 31 & February 7. If inclement weather sign-up tables will be in the Welcome Walkway.

Irresistible Invitation Materials Recommended materials for the Lenten Study are available for purchase at a reduced cost. These materials will be sold at the small group sign-up tables OR at each small group location during week one of the study. Participants Guide: $3 each, (Retail Price $4.25) 40 Day Devotional: $10 each, (Retail Price $16.95) *If you are unable to purchase the materials; please let us know—we will provide you with a participants guide.

Small Group Information: Information available at www.trurochurch.org or contact Jon Dunlap, dcdunlaps@yahoo.com or Jim Maxwell, jim@maxwellnet.net


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Ash Wednesday, February 17 Holy Eucharist and Imposition of Ashes 7:00 am (Chapel) Holy Eucharist and Imposition of Ashes 12:00 noon (Chapel) Family Service with Imposition of Ashes 4:30 pm (Church) Family Program in Undercroft following service Holy Eucharist and Imposition of Ashes 7:30 pm (Church)

Celebration Honoring Archbishop Peter Akinola Wednesday, February 10, 2010 The Convocation of Anglicans in North America (CANA) invites you to a celebration honoring Archbishop Peter Akinola and his ministry within the Church of Nigeria and CANA on Wednesday, February 10. Archbishop Akinola steps down as primate of the Church of Nigeria in March. A festal Eucharist beginning at 7:30 pm will be held at Truro Church, with Bishop Martyn Minns preaching, and Archbishop Robert Duncan (of the Anglican Church in North America) celebrating. Dessert reception to follow. A number of area churches will be joining us, as well as clergy and friends from overseas. For questions, please contact the CANA office at 1.888.460.5556.

Earthquake Devastates Haiti You can help send relief to Haiti by donating via check to the Anglican Relief and Development Fund, PO Box 3830, Pittsburgh, PA 15230 with the word “Haiti” in the memo line. Another organization that is on the front lines of bringing medical aid to the Haitian people in need is the Falls Church, Va.-based CrossLink International. Crosslink has built its strong reputation on equipping short-term Christian medical teams with the supplies they need. If you’d like to contribute, you are welcome to make a payment online at the following link: www.crosslinkinternational.net/Donate.shtml. If you’d like to mail a check, it can be addressed to CrossLink International, 427 North Maple Avenue, Falls Church, VA 22046. More details at www.trurochurch.org.

Brazil 2010 Team Formation Jan 31! It’s not too late to join the youth/young adult team for the prayer and healing mission trip to Curitiba, Brazil, June 30–July 14. There will be a team formation meeting January 31, 1:00 pm in the Gunnell House parlor. Grab a sandwich and join us (fruit and chips provided!). We’ll give you all the details on the trip, discuss the application process and talk about fund-raising. New Outreach assistant director Meredith Lilley will be coming to help us. Applications for the trip are due February 15. Questions? Contact team leader Susan Fleming at 703.354.1861 or e-mail flemfamily@cox.net.

Vestry Highlights The Vestry opened its January 26th meeting with prayer for its work, Truro’s ministries, the congregation, and staff (especially Derek Rust’s back surgery) and a meditation based upon “The New Friars” a book by Scott A. Bessenecker. Then the Vestry approved Truro’s Annual Meeting date (April 25, 2010 at 1:00 pm), vestry nominating committee, and the judges for the election. The Vestry also approved a special donation of $10, 000 for relief aid to Haiti. The Finance Committee, after research, chose ACNA’s Anglican Relief and Development Fund and Crosslink International to share this aid. A task force was formed to develop a transition plan to implement improvements in the way the Vestry governs the church and interacts with the leadership (paid and unpaid) and the congregation. After this task force makes its recommendations, the Vestry anticipates that it will take at least a year to implement all of the improvements determined at recent Vestry/Leadership Retreats. The Vestry heard a report from its Task Force on Cross Cultural Ministries at Truro, concerning TIPS and the Hispanic Church. Fr. Tory Baucum reported on his vision of encouraging all Truro parishioners to experience transformative Christian disciplines, such as pilgrimages. He has formed a committee chaired by Paul Julienne to advise him on Adult Christian Education at Truro. Fr. Baucum will represent the Anglican Province in North America along with representatives of other Anglican bodies in North America at the Church of England Synod meeting, Feb. 6–8, and asked for our prayers that the team will winsomely represent our Lord and Anglicans in North America.

Treasurer’s Report: December contributions were $539,366 which has allowed the Undercroft renovation to be paid from 2009 income and the Management Reserve to be increased by $30,000 (of which $10,000 will be used to provide the Haitian Relief funds in 2010). God and His people have been faithful for which we give God glory!


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Journey to Jerusalem by Jim Oaks We didn’t know what to expect when we got off the plane in Tel Aviv. I had wanted to return to Jerusalem—and to take my wife Peggy—ever since my participation in GAFCON over a year ago. I had been enchanted then with Jerusalem’s rich history and beauty, and its deep connection to our Christian faith, and I wanted to share the experience with Peggy. So when Tory Baucum invited us to accompany Truro’s class of fifteen young people on this visit as a culmination of their year-long confirmation journey, we jumped at the opportunity. But we really didn’t know what waited for us. We would soon find that it was more than we ever could have imagined. Jerusalem can be experienced and enjoyed on many levels, but I think it is particularly meaningful as a Christian to come face to face with the understanding that not only did events described in the Bible actually occur, they occurred in a particular place—and in many cases, you can stand in that place, and gain a new and deeper appreciation for those miraculous events that happened there twenty centuries ago. We stood on the steps of the Temple where Jesus taught and where Peter probably preached at Pentecost. We walked through the olive groves at Gethsemane, and went through tunnels that take you to the base of the Western Wall of the Temple. We saw the site of the pool where Jesus healed the lame man, and walked the Via Dolorosa, the route that tradition says Jesus took to the cross. And further afield, we saw Masada, and floated in the Dead Sea! What made these experiences even more special was seeing them through the eyes of these young people who are being given such a solid grounding in their Christian faith. Although I didn’t really know many of these young people before our trip, I was deeply impressed by their maturity and their spirit. I got to know several of them pretty well, and learned of the incredible grounding in their faith that they received as part of their confirmation training. In preparation for this trip, they visited both a Synagogue and a Mosque, and had dinner one evening while we were there with a group of Israeli students from Tel Aviv. Reasoning that part of understanding your faith is developing an understanding of what people of other

faiths believe, Tory has made sure that these kids have grounded their Christian faith by gaining exposure to other beliefs. They are stronger for the experience, and I am proud to have witnessed a small part of their journey! So what did they think of their experience? One of the young people said it was “meaningful, inspiring, and gave me a connection to what I’ve read in the Bible. It was epic, everyone should go” and another said, “to be in places like the Mount of Olives and the Garden of Gethsemane were amazing and powerful to think of Christ being there so long ago.” But I was most moved by a young man who, after learning about Theodor Herzl (the father of the Zionist movement) and having gone through the Yad Vashem holocaust memorial, said, “I learned about Theodor Herzl the day we visited the Holocaust Museum and discovered if my great, great grandparents who were Romanian Jews had not listened to Herzl and stayed in Romania, the world of my family would not exist.” The group sat in stunned silence when he made that statement. Tory has said he wants to make this pilgrimage an annual experience, and is hopeful that youth from other ADV congregations will want to participate as well. We are incredibly blessed to have some unique connections with Christ Church in Jerusalem, and particularly with their rector, David Peliggi. Those connections give us an opportunity to give our young people an experience that almost cannot be duplicated anywhere else, by anyone. What a wonderful way to help these members of our family to take the next step in building their faith! This was an amazing trip for us, and I’m sure we will never forget the experience. It was made even more special by having the opportunity to witness it through the eyes of these special young people, and we are grateful that we were able to be a part of it. Jerusalem is a place where, as a Christian, we can confront the deepest roots of our faith. It is an opportunity not to be missed!


announcements ALIVE @ 5—Come, and Bring a Friend! Join us tonight at our “Alive @ 5” contemporary evening service. Coleman Tyler will continue with part 3 of our 3-week series on the life of Joseph (Genesis 39–50) entitled, “Staying Strong in the Storms of Life.” We hope to see you for uplifting worship, prayer, and teaching from God’s Word! We’ll be celebrating Communion together. ANGLICANS FOR LIFE AT TRURO—Anglicans for Life at Truro will present, “Age-Old Enemies: Life and Death” in our Choose Life Teaching Series on Wednesday, February 3, at 6:30 in the Chapel. YOUTH SUPER BOWL PARTY, FEBRUARY 7TH—Join us in the Upper Room for our Annual Super Bowl Party at 6 pm. Please Bring something to share (by First Name): A–D SALTY, E–M SWEET, N–Z SODA. This year we are collecting clothes for local homeless teens; please bring your gently used clothing. Questions, contact David Lilley at dlilley@ trurochurch.org. TRURO PARISH RETREAT—May 21–23, 2010. It will be held at Canaan Valley Resort in Davis, WVA. (www.canaan-valley-resort.com). The

Falls Church went there for their retreat the past couple of years. Registration details to follow. Hope to see you there! SPRING ARTS FESTIVAL —In conjunction with the City of Fairfax’s Spotlight on the Arts, Truro will be hosting a Spring Arts Festival April 30th & May 1st 2010. Events will kickoff Friday evening with Broadway veteran Bruce Kuhn performing “Tales of Tolstoy”. Saturday will include Bruce’s workshop “Word By Heart”, a marketplace of crafts from area artists, a juried art show, outdoor and indoor concert stages, a food court and a variety of family activities for all ages. Brochures and applications for Music and Art are available in the covered walkway, or by contacting Kirsten Boyd kboyd@trurochurch.org 703.273.1300 ext. 220. This is an exciting outreach opportunity to our community and the City of Fairfax! We are looking for people who would like to partner as volunteers for this event. Volunteers are needed for every area of the festival, so contact Kirsten today if you are interested in participating!

Prayer for the Persecuted Church The British magazine The Economist reported in October 2009 that at least 13 Somali Christians had been murdered in the previous few months. They included a 69-year-old man who was carrying a bag containing 25 Somali-language Bibles and a 46-year-old woman who had a Swahililanguage Bible in her home. You are invited to pray with others for Somali and other persecuted Christians on Monday, February 8, at 7:00 pm, in Truro’s Conference Room. This opportunity for awareness and prayer is given on the second Monday of every month. For more information call Alana Johnson on 703.772.3404 or e-mail Alana2walk@cox.net.

Communion Class The Communion Class Orientation will be held on February 6 from 9–10 am in the Historic Chapel. This is encouraged for all families with elementary age children who have not previously participated in the course., regardless if you receive communion yet or not. This seven-week course is a parent-led at-home curriculum which has received rave reviews from those who have participated in the past. The study will culminate with interviews of the children and a wonderful Seder celebration Wednesday, March 31st from 6–9 pm. Those children who complete the course will be recognized and receive (first if applicable) communion on Maundy Thursday, April 1st, at the 7:30 pm service. If you have questions or to sign up, please contact Alice Hunt at ahunt@trurochurch. org or 703.273.1300 ext. 312.

Truro Library Inventory in February The Truro Library Adult and Young Adult Collections will be closed for 9 days, February 5–13, for inventory. No books can be checked out during that time, but books may be returned. We have nearly a hundred books that are more than a year overdue. At the close of the inventory they will be taken out of the catalog. Because we have space for only one copy of most books, many of the missing books will need to be replaced. Please help us to avoid that expense by checking your shelves at home for any library books that you may have forgotten to return. Books are due one month from check-out. Overdue books may be returned at the main check-out station (lower level of the Administration Building), in Common Grounds, or to the Young Adult shelves (landing outside the Upper Room). If you have questions, please call Emily Thrasher (Adult Collection) at 703.748.0868 or Holly Thompson (Young Adult Collection) at 703.503.0875.


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Build. Mend. Deepen. The Marriage Course The Marriage Course is designed to build, strengthen, and even mend marriages. It helps married couples learn practical tools to build a strong and healthy marriage. Over seven evenings, couples have the chance to discuss important issues often ignored in the rush of daily life. For more than twenty years, The Marriage Course has been helping couples build strong marriages. You too can deepen your relationship. You can move from dull to dynamic. You can even turn away from separation or divorce.

Who is the Course for? The Marriage Course is for married couples who want a strong and lasting relationship, and it doesn’t matter how long you’ve been married. Couples who have been married for close to 40 years, as well as newlyweds, have enjoyed and benefited from the course. It doesn’t matter what condition your marriage is in. If you already have a strong marriage, this course can help you make it even better. If your marriage is in difficulty, the course will help provide you with very practical tools to help you work through issues. Some couples who are separated have used the course as a way of trying to get back together. Although The Marriage Course is based on Christian principles of marriage, we welcome couples without a church background. The course is full of practical advice for all marriages, and many couples who are not churchgoers have enjoyed and benefited from the course.

What Happens on a Typical Course? Each session typically begins with a meal. Over a candlelit dinner, couples have an opportunity to spend time together with each other or with other couples. Dinner is followed by a talk, interspersed with exercises and questions for each couple to discuss privately. During the discussion times, music is played in the background to prevent any conversations from being overheard. At no time during the course is there any group discussion or any requirement to disclose anything personal to anyone other than your spouse.

Valentine’s Date Night—Sunday, February 14, 6–8pm Course Dates—Thursdays, February 18 & 25, March 4, 11, 18, 25, and April 8 / 6:45–9 pm Course Fee—$120 per couple and includes dinner and childcare To register and/or for more information, call Alice Hunt 703.273.1300, ext 312 or ahunt@trurochurch.org.

Marriage Course Volunteers Needed: The next marriage course still needs volunteers to help make it successful. If you have time either for the Date Night on Sunday 2/14 or during any or all weeks during the course, Thursdays 2/18 thru 4/8, please contact Melissa Ciavarella; 703.273.1300, ext 310 or mciavarella@trurochurch.org.


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Marriage And Family Moments: Marriage And Serving by Timothy J. Teague, Ph.D., Director of Pastoral Counseling Dates for the 2010 Engaged Couple Seminars Winter—Feb. 21, 28, March 7, 14 Spring—May 16, 23, 30, June 6 Fall—Oct 3, 10, 17, 24 Sunday afternoons, 1–5 pm, in the Conference Room

People often say to me, “Shouldn’t I be happy in my marriage?” The question is not unlike “Shouldn’t I be happy in my job—shouldn’t I enjoy it?” Both marriage and jobs are work— consistent work and sometimes hard work. I don’t know if any of us understood the work side of marriage when we were madly in love and couldn’t wait to get married. That was still in the romantic phase when we basically said yes to whatever our partner wanted with little or no attention to what we really wanted. That is what romance does to all of us—we are willing to give, give, give and take little or nothing in return. But after a long enough time period, all of us grow weary of giving unless it is reciprocated. The biblical model is clear—mutual servanthood or mutual submission: Submit to one another out of reverence for Christ (Ephesians 5:21)! Biblical submission means to bring oneself under another or bring oneself into service of another. It is not about power or someone dominating another. It is not forced or coerced or demanded. It is not about control. Biblical submission is about knowing someone, knowing that person’s needs, and by the power of the Holy Spirit, giving (and at times, sacrificing) to meet the other’s needs even when that person may not be doing a very good job meeting our needs.

Prayer Ministry at Truro Jesus says, “Come to me, all you who are weary and burdened, and I will give you rest.” Are you tired, discouraged, in need of healing or peace? Truro has a rich and varied ministry of prayer and offers many opportunities to receive prayer or to serve as an intercessor. Have you noticed the prayer teams at the front of the sanctuary in the transepts? Prayer teams are available to pray with you at all services during and after communion. If you are in need of a more extended time of prayer, two members of the Healing Prayer Team will set aside two hours to listen and then pray for you. The Intercessory Prayer Team responds to all prayer-line phone calls and passes those prayer requests along the prayer chain. The great Methodist preacher, Dr. W. E. Sangster describes prayer as a funnel: “God pours His redemptive power into the world through the funnel of His people’s prayers - the more prayer, the more power. God does not move except in response to the concerted prayers of His people.” Avail yourself of this power. Come for prayer whether your needs are small or overwhelming. If you would like to know more about prayer ministry at Truro or would like to consider being a part of a prayer team contact Georgene Assur 703.591.0038 or Jackie March, 703.207.0482.

Prayer Requests—Prayer requests can be phoned 24 hours a day, 7 days a week to the Truro Prayer Line by calling the church phone number 703.273.1300 extension 450. We are privileged to pray for your needs confidentially. Questions? Please call Joan Meyer, 703.591.8617.


calendar sun 31

07:30 am, Worship 08:30 am, Worship 10:00 am, Worship (en español) 10:00 am, Youth Small Groups 10:00 am, Rectors Forum 10:00 am, Newcomers Series 11:15 am, Worship 01:00 pm, Love The World Fellowship 01:00 pm, Alpha (Auld Shebeen) 01:00 pm, Brazil Meeting 05:00 pm, Alive @ 5 06:00 pm. Active Parenting of Teens Class 06:00 pm, Youth Group

mon 01

06:30 am, Men’s Bible Study and Fellowship (ICM Building) 07:00 pm, AA Meeting

tue 02

09:30 am, Women’s Bible Study 11:30 am, Military Prayer 04:30 pm, Hosanna and Praise Dance 06:00 pm, Worship Dance 06:45 pm, Young Adults 07:00 pm, Outreach First Tuesday 07:00 pm, Personnel Committee 07:30 pm, Boy Scouts

wed 03

06:30 am, Men’s Bible Study, (Truro) 11:00 am, Holy Eucharist, Chapel 06:00 pm, Student Ministry Training 06:30 pm AFLAT Choose Life Series 07:30 pm, Discipleship Group

thur 04

06:30 am, Men’s Fraternity 09:30 am, Women’s Bible Study 09:30 om, Mom and Me Play Group 10:00 am, DOK Bible Study 07:00 pm, East Africa Action Group 07:15 pm, Choir Rehearsal

fri 05

12:00 pm, Senior’s Lunch and Fellowship

sat 06

07:30 am, Men’s Fellowship 09:00 am, Prison Aftercare 10:00 am, Prayers for the Anglican Communion 01:00 pm, Alive Again with Matt Maher 05:00 pm, New Beginnings— Divorce Recovery Group 06:00 pm, Jr. DOK

sun 07

07:30 am, Worship 08:30 am, Worship with Matt Maher 10:00 am, Worship (en español) 10:00 am, Youth Small Groups 10:00 am, Rectors Forum 10:00 am, Newcomers Series 11:15 am, Worship with Matt Maher 01:00 pm, Love The World Fellowship 01:00 pm, Alpha (Auld Shebeen) 05:00 pm, Alive @ 5 06:00 pm. Active Parenting of Teens Class 06:00 pm, Youth Group

information and needs & blessings when you visit Fill out a Welcome Card—These are found in the pew racks in the Church and Chapel. After you fill one out, please put it in the offering plate as it goes by, or give it to an usher on your way out. Filling out the card will allow us to send you more information about Truro. Newcomers Series: If you are new to Truro, or maybe you’ve been around for awhile, and are interested in learning more about the Truro family, we’ve designed a special series of conversations just for you! The Newcomers Series is open to all; attendance is required for those who are pursuing membership. Course dates: Jan 17–Feb 07, March 07–21, OR Apr 25–May 09. Session 1: Vision and Values— Tory Baucum. Session 2: Our Worship & Liturgy—Coleman Tyler, Session 3: Our History & Heritage—Mary Ailes, Session 4: Finding YOUR Place at Truro—Marshall Brown & Laura Workman. RSVP: www.trurochurch.org or to Laura Workman, lworkman@trurochurch.org 703.273.1300, ext. 316.

what about children, teens, young adults, and families? Our KidZone Team wears green shirts and will help find the right place for your child. Nursery: Nursery available on Sundays during 8:30 & 11:15 am worship for ages 3 and younger. Nursing/Cry Room: For nursing moms and upset infants/toddlers, located in the “Fellowship Room” off the Undercroft beneath the sanctuary. Pre-K to Grade 6: WEE Worship for 3 year olds–Kindergarten and Wow Woship for 1st–6th graders during both 8:30 & 11:15 services. Small Groups are during the 10 am Discipleship Hour. Teens: Small Groups meet at 10 am. Youth Group is Sunday from 6:30–8 pm in the Upper Room. Come for dinner at 6 pm. Wednesday night Student Ministry Team 6:00 pm dinner, 6:30–8 training, located in the Undercroft. Young Adults: We meet Tuesday nights for dinner and fellowship from 6:45–9 pm (Gunnell House Parlor). Anyone and everyone from late teens to mid thirties is welcome to join! Contact: Family Ministry at 703.273.1300, ext. 310.

needs & blessings Need: Please search for misplaced pagers and return them to the nursery or Family Ministry Office on the 2nd floor of the Education Building. We would appreciate it very much. Blessings! Need: The nursery is looking for some “Boz the Bear” videos or DVDs, as well as gently used dolls plus clothing and accessories. Please contact Anna Hornbuckle at 703.273.1300, ext. 314. Thanks so much! Blessing: Fully furnished 1 BR 1 BA basement apartment available for month to month rent. Apartment has a separate entrance, full kitchen, shared laundry area, and carpeted living room with fireplace. Negotiable rent includes internet and cable. No smoking. No pets. The apartment is located 10 minutes from Truro Church at the intersection of route 50 and 123. Please call Anne, 571.217.1343. Need: Free rent in Chantilly (Walney Rd & Route 50). Safe modern apartment with private bedroom is offered in return for a little assistance and companionship for an wheelchair-bound 61 year-old active woman. There are professional care assistants Mon-Fri in the daytime, and both day & evening on Saturday. Applicant will prepare and clean up after evening meals during the week, and morning & evening meals on Sunday. And shall help to start day on Sunday and assist resident on morning departure (resident attends church on Sunday, sometimes through late in the day). Also shall provide minimal assistance as needed. Help is occasionally required with clothing and during transfers into wheelchair but not needed for bathroom visits. Applicant will do light housekeeping as needed, and minimal help with pet cat. Features: Clothes washer & dryer in apartment, Fitness room & outdoor pool—Free, No utilities payments, Free parking. Applicant free to hold daytime job or classes. Applicant’s only expenses as desired: personal food, telephone - shared FIOS TV & Broadband Internet. Personal references & criminal background check required. Non-smoking please. E-mail FreeChantilly@yahoo.com or call 703.815.0844

truro family news submissions The Truro Family News is published weekly by Truro Church. Submissions are due two Mondays (10 business days) prior to the requested weekend to be featured. Submissions are subject to editorial review. Preference is given to Truro members and not-for-profit organizations affiliated with Truro. Truro Church does not necessarily screen, recommend, or endorse any advertisements. E-mail submissions to communications@trurochurch.org. Needs & Blessings Requests: Truro member requests will be published for 1–2 weeks max. All submitted requests must include the member’s first and last name, along with an e-mail address and/or daytime phone number and 35 words max. Incomplete information may result in the delay of your submission being featured. Questions? Pls. contact communications@trurochurch.org, ext. 127, or www.trurochurch.org/TFN.

read ahead February 07 Epiphany— How to Invite Others to Jesus Inviting The “Religious Right” Luke 7:36–50, 2 Kings 9:30–37

Truro Church 10520 Main Street, Fairfax, VA 22030 Rector: Tory Baucum Associate Rectors: Marshall Brown, Coleman Tyler, Hispanic Pastor: Carlos Pellot Adjunct Clergy: John Reishus, Allan Falconer, Tim Howe, and Derek Rust

Parish Office: 703.273.1300 Clergy Emergency: ext. 370, or 571.529.0151 Parish Fax: 703.591.0737 Lamb Center: 703.691.3178 Preschool: 703.691.1006 TIPS: ext. 530 E-mail: truro@trurochurch.org Vestry: vestry@trurochurch.org Website: TruroChurch.org

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