MARCH 20–MARCH 27, 2010
TRURO FAMILY NEWS Healing Prayer Service
Matt Maher & Band at Truro, March 28–29
Sun March 21, 4 pm, Chapel
Benefiting 2010 Youth Pilgrimages And Mission Teams
There will be a service of Healing Prayer in the Truro Chapel, Sunday afternoon, March 21 at 4:00. Our guest speaker, Meg Saunders is convinced God invites us all to respond to His invitation for healing: physical, emotional, mental or spiritual. During her seven-year tenure as Director of Communications with the Senate Chaplain, she was challenged to think through various questions often asked in regards to our value as human beings, which led her to begin publishing a weekly column First Thoughts nearly ten years ago. She also co-produced “BELIEF,” a book on the reasons for faith, and is in the process of writing another book on the theology of relationality and the human heart, which she was invited to write while studying at Wycliffe Hall, Oxford University. Meg Saunders, will encourage us to take our illnesses, troubles and sorrows to the Lord. Like Jesus to the blind man in the Gospels, our loving Father invites each of us to come to Him. He’s asking us, “Are You Willing?” We are assured He is more than able to meet us where we are, but first we must be willing to come. Join us for this healing service to come face to face with our Father.
Visiting Acolytes Welcome to visiting young Anglican bretheren from Christ Our King Anglican Church in New Braunfels, Texas! Ten acolytes from Christ Our King are on a DC visit during their spring break, and are attending Truro’s 11:15 service. The church’s small but growing congregation will soon be building their own sanctuary, and the acolytes were hoping to visit a “large” sister church and observe their worship service. Let us extend radical hospitality and fellowship to our family in Christ from Texas!
Palm Sunday, March 28th 2010 5:00 pm–6:00 pm: Matt Maher & Band lead Alive @ 5 worship 7:00 pm: Concert with Matt Maher & Band Net proceeds from the offering at the 7:00 pm concert will benefit our youth pilgrimages’ and mission teams in 2010
Brazil 2010 team will be selling a $5 pizza meal between the Alive @ 5 Worship service and the 7:00 pm concert in the Undercroft The meal includes two slices of pizza and a choice of soda or water.
Monday, March 29th 2010 10 am–11 am: “Worship in Liturgy” talk by Matt Maher, specifically geared for our youth and worship leaders, however all are welcome. (NOTE: Monday, March 29 is a student holiday)
REGISTER ONLINE FOR ANY OF THESE EVENTS at WWW.TRUROCHURCH.ORG
Matt Maher’s “Worship In Liturgy” Seminar How To Start Your Spring Break Off Right by Kirsten Boyd I can read your mind already. You are sitting there in your pew thinking, “I’m not a worship leader. I’m not a musician. (maybe you’re a high-schooler?) Why in the world would I want to give up my first day of Spring Break to listen to some talk about Worship and Liturgy?” Well, let me stop to correct you right there my friend, because the title is Worship IN Liturgy. As in—how does one use liturgy to come closer to God? Do I have your attention yet? Many folks here at Truro (myself included!) did not grow up in a liturgical worship tradition. Did you know, for example, that the Gradual Hymn, sung after the first reading signifies “gradual” steps or sequences leading us closer to the Gospel reading? Or that the reason the clergy wear those white dresses is a direct physical parallel to descriptions of heaven in Revelation? (Revelation 7:13–15) I had the opportunity to hear Matt Maher speak on liturgy at a WorshipTogether.com Worship Leaders Training Seminar last spring. Maybe it’s just because Matt has cool hair (like Tory), and his friendly persona radiates excitement about living a worshipping life—maybe it’s my fascination with the world of Liturgical worship. Whatever the reason I am fully confident you will really enjoy Matt’s talk. I hope you can join us for an exciting weekend with Matt and the Band, March 28th and 29th. Questions? Contact me (Kirsten Boyd, firstname.lastname@example.org) or log onto the new and improved Truro website to register for the workshop!
Rector’s Forum Lenten Schedule The Way of the Pilgrim: An Ancient-Future Way of Discipling
Palm Sunday at Truro: The Cry of the Whole Congregation Join us on March 28th for a special presentation of the drama The Cry of the Whole Congregation, by Walter Wangerin, Jr. The drama will be presented at the 8:30 and 11:15 worship services. A full listing of our Palm Sunday services and/or events are available at www.trurochurch.org.
Faure Requiem: Special Musical Offering for Good Friday Come and worship with us as the Truro Parish Choir, orchestra and soloists present an exquisite musical offering of Gabriel Faure’s Requiem at the 7:30 pm. Good Friday Service on April 2, 2010. A full listing of our Good Friday services and/or events are available at www.trurochurch.org.
March 21—The Way of the Cross as a Stationary Pilgrimage March 28—Pilgrimage as Christian Practice: Conclusion April 4—Easter (No Rector’s Forum) April 11—Confirmation and Baptism (No Rector’s Forum)
Good Friday Teaching For Youth at the Red Barn Victory Thru Jesus is sponsoring a workshop for youth and youth leaders on encounters with God and pursuing Him in everyday life on Good Friday, April 2, 2010 at the Red Barn in Delaplane, Virginia. Our speaker, Jon Pasquale, is a second-year student at Global School of Supernatural Ministry in Mechanicsburg, PA. When he finishes school in May, he will serve as an intern with Jamie Galloway, a previous speaker who is starting a new church in West Chester, PA. Jon traveled to Brazil with us in 2007 on the Youth Power Invasion—the same mission trip Truro youth/young adults will be participating in this summer. Jon has a heart for youth and will be sharing testimonies of his trips to the nations. Specifically intended for teens and young adults, the afternoon teaching time is scheduled for 1:30 to 4:30 pm. Victory Thru Jesus will offer dinner at 5:00 pm for youth and leaders participating in the workshop. The evening worship and ministry time will run from 6:30 to 9:00 pm and is open to all. Victory Thru Jesus will take a love offering which will go to help Jon and his ministry. The Red Barn praise and worship center is located on Charles and Kathy Strother’s farm at 1562 Leeds Manor Rd, Delaplane, VA 20144. To sign up for the workshop, call Mrs. Strother at 703.321.9757 or e-mail her at KatStrother@aol.com.
Messianic Passover Seder At The Falls Church An important part of the Easter Week experience is the Messianic Passover Seder. Please join The Falls Church on Wednesday, March 31 for Messianic Passover Seder. Buy tickets online at TheFallsChurch.org. For further information, contact George and Neil Hooper at 202.686.9250, email@example.com.
Easter Sunday at Truro Easter Hams For Love The World Fellowship Our desire is to receive 15 hams for Easter Sunday to feed the homeless. If you or your home Church We have the following Easter Sunday services available on April 4: 7:00 am, 9:30 am, 11:30 am, and Alive@5. Please Note: The Sunrise service has been moved to 7 am. Come early to get a seat! Don’t forget to bring a bell for the Great Shout of Easter! Children may bring flowers to adorn the cross at the front steps of the church entrance.
group would like to donate a ham(s), please contact Pam Martin at 703.323.4929. You may deliver your ham on Saturday, April 3rd to the Undercroft kitchen no later than noon.
Special Giving for Holiday Greens & Music Throughout Lent, special giving envelopes will be in the pew racks, allowing you to offer special gifts in honor or in memory of loved ones. Your faithful participation and generous contributions will help us offer the finest adornments and music as an act of worship during this Lent & Easter season. Please place your gift in the offering plates. Memorials and Thanksgivings received by March 21st will be listed in the Easter Sunday worship guides; afterward, they will be listed in the April 11th worship guides.
Easter Procession Individuals and Families interested in participating in the procession to rebuild the Altar for Communion at the 7 am Easter Sunrise Service should contact Kirsten Boyd, 703.273.1300 ext. 220 or firstname.lastname@example.org. There will be a rehearsal at noon on Saturday, April 3, (the day before Easter) for those who are able to attend. Please join us for this wonderful tradition!
2010 TRURO FAMILY & FRIENDS RETREAT Mission and Family, the Heart of the Parish May 21–23, 2010 | Canaan Valley Resort, Davis, WV www.trurochurch.org/2010Retreat
General Retreat Information Please join us for the first annual Truro Family & Friends Retreat at Canaan Valley Resort in Davis, West Virginia. The resort is a 6015 acre state park that includes wetlands, hardwood forests and open meadows abundant with wildlife. The facilities include over 200 hotel rooms, 23 cabins and cottages and 34 campground sites. Visit their web site at www.canaanresort.com to see photos and the list of the many indoor and outdoor activities. The resort is large enough to accommodate groups larger than past Truro retreats, so bring a friend or two. Canaan Valley will be an ideal place for us to worship God, enjoy His beautiful creation, and visit with Truro Family and Friends. The worship and teaching times will be suitable for ALL ages—moms, dads, and kids will attend the times together. We look forward to having youth involved with the worship and teaching times, through praise, drama, and puppets! Nursery will be available for our very youngest members, infants and toddlers up to age 3. So prepare yourselves for plenty of fun and fellowship that is being planned for all ages, and remember to bring your camera!
Amenities at Canaan Valley Resort There are two restaurants at the resort: a pizza/sandwich shop, and a dining room with a finer menu. Some of the many indoor and outdoor facilities and activities you can enjoy at the resort include hiking and biking trails, a State Park nature center, scenic chairlift ride, Turtle Slide, climbing wall, tennis, skateboard park, playground, volleyball pit, paintball, miniature golf, indoor pool, fitness room, game room, and an 18 hole golf course. Some of the outdoor facilities or activities may require a fee.
"I bow before the Father, from whom every family in heaven and earth is named, that according to the riches of his glory he may grant you to be strengthened with power through His Spirit in your inner being, so that Christ may dwell in your hearts through faith…" —Ephesians3:14–17
Nearby attractions include horseback riding, kayaking, whitewater rafting, fishing, and antique and craft shopping.
Schedule Our time together will begin Friday afternoon with a relaxed meet and greet time. Children of all ages can enjoy playing a fun, trivia icebreaker game called “Tringo”. Check-in time is 5 pm at the lodge and 4 pm for cabins and cottages. Please feel free to arrive earlier in the afternoon. Dinner will be on your own. At the opening worship and welcome on Friday evening we will meet our speakers Vinay Samuel and his wife Colleen. (You may know their daughter and son in law, Becky and Tim Shah, who attend Truro). We will finish the evening with a bonfire. Saturday will include three meals, and two worship/teaching sessions, one in the morning and one in the evening. In the afternoon you will be free to enjoy the many fun activities that are available. A dance/game time is planned for late evening fun for everyone. Sunday morning we will enjoy breakfast together followed by our last teaching and worship service with Communion. Check out time is 12 noon for the lodge and 10 am for the cabins and cottages. However, you are welcome to stay and enjoy the afternoon. Register today for the first annual Truro Family & Friends Retreat at Canaan Valley Resort in Davis, West Virginia. Retreat Brochures are available throughout campus, at the retreat registration table and also available for download online. General Questions: Beth Dorman, 703.644.1990 (h), 703.638.4522 (c), OR email@example.com. Registration Questions: Alice Hunt, 703.273.1300 ext. 312 OR firstname.lastname@example.org
Notice of Annual Meeting and Call for Vestry Nominations At our annual meeting on April 25th, Truro will elect seven new members of our 18-member Vestry to replace those whose terms are expiring. Once again we invite parishioners to prayerfully discern who, if anyone, God is leading them to nominate for Vestry service. These nominations come during a significant event in the life of our church. The Vestry is in the midst of a transition from focusing largely on the parish’s temporal affairs to discerning and setting spiritual direction for the congregation. Day-to-day management of temporal affairs will be delegated to paid staff and volunteers. Consequently, we are seeking new Vestry members with the vision and wisdom to discern God’s will and the calling to be peacemakers as we implement God’s will for our parish. In addition to the above attributes, each nominee must also be a confirmed member of Truro in good standing, over 18 years old, and faithful in corporate worship (unless prevented for good cause) and in working, praying, and tithing (or moving towards a tithe) for the spread of the Kingdom of God. Please submit nominations to Doug LeMasters at email@example.com or 703.273.1300 no later than March 16, 2010. If you have questions, please speak to John Petty at firstname.lastname@example.org, chairperson of the Vestry Nominating Committee, or any current Vestry member.
Rector’s Lunches Join the Rector in the historic Gunnell House for lunch and conversation on one of the last Rector’s Lunches for this Spring: March 26, April 30 and May 14. Contact Marlene Jones if you want to attend or help host one of these great get-togethers at email@example.com or 703.273.1300.
St. Paul’s Theological Course: Theology for the Whole People of God Wednesdays, April 7–June 2, 6:30–9:00 pm, Undercroft Wednesday evenings with the St Paul’s Theological Course will feature a meal, a lecture, and small groups, and will be similar in structure to the Alpha Course. Hear lectures by theologians Graham Tomlin, Jane Williams, and Michael Lloyd on topics such as sin, atonement, resurrection, and the Trinity. Then add to the conversation yourself in small group discussion. We will come to know God in a deeper way by exploring theology—a task which is not just for the experts, but is for the whole people of God. The course costs $68 per person, including course materials and meals. Register online, and contact Dave Lilley with questions at 703.273.1300.x322 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
New Wineskins for Global Mission April 8–11, 2010 Speakers and missionaries from around the world will come and inspire and equip churches to fulfill our Lord’s Great Commission to make disciples of all nations. 1000+ clergy and lay leaders, mission committee members, youth leaders, Sunday school teachers and potential missionaries are expected at New Wineskins 2010. Register for the conference at the official Wineskins website: www.newwineskins.org. Also, you may reserve a seat online for the round trip Truro bus to Ridgecrest Conference Center Western in North Carolina. The bus will depart Truro Church on April 8, 7:30 am and return April 11, 12:30 pm. The cost per seat is $100. Payment may be dropped off or mailed to Truro Church. Please clearly mark all envelopes with “Attn: Wineskins 2010”. Checks are to be made payable to Truro Church with “Wineskins 2010” in the memo line.
Drive Out Poverty! Join Five Talents for the 7th annual X-OUT Poverty Golf Classic on Thursday, June 10, at Westfields Golf Club in Clifton, Va. This event will feature an 18-hole Captain’s Choice and a 7:30 am shotgun start. A variety of sponsorship levels are still available. All golfers will receive a round of golf with cart, range balls, special gift package, breakfast, lunch and awards reception. For more information about sponsorships or volunteering, contact Laura Verinder, at FiveTalentsEvents@FiveTalents.org or 703.242.6016 or visit www.FiveTalents.org.
Spring Arts Festival Truro Church is excited to host its first annual Spring Arts Festival as part of the City of Fairfax’s Spotlight on the Arts. The Arts Festival seeks to recognize God’s glory as revealed through the Arts and to encourage artists to express their sense of community. Artists of all faith traditions are encouraged to participate.
Photo by José A. Warletta
Events For details on all events and applications, visit our website at www.trurochurch.org/ SpringArtsFestival
Photo by Jake Levin
Kickoff Event, Tales of Tolstoy Friday, April 30th 8pm, Sanctuary Bruce Kuhn Broadway veteran Bruce Kuhn opens the Spring Arts Festival weekend with a special dramatic presentation titled Tales of Tolstoy. On Saturday, May 1st, Bruce Kuhn will offer his Word by Heart Training for Festival attendees interested in learning more about drama and its contribution to worship. Photo by Kristin Smith
Festival Show & Juried Show The Spring Arts Festival features two Fine Art shows: The Festival Show is open to all artists and will be exhibited April 30th–May 2nd, 2010. The Juried Show will feature pieces chosen from applications to the Festival Show, and will be exhibited for the month of May in the Truro Art Gallery. Cash Prizes will be awarded for Best in Show and People’s Choice. Four Awards of Distinction will also be chosen.
Marketplace Pass the word, this is more than just a craft fair. Photo by Asif Akbar
Open to all artisans and craftsmen! The Spring Arts Festival Marketplace is an outdoor event that will take place on Saturday, May 1st from 10am-5pm. Glass artists, jewelry makers, sculpture artists, photographers, weavers, basket makers, paper artists and all other craftspeople – submit your entry today!
Concert Stage Music ensembles, soloists, actors and dancers are welcome to apply to the Spring Arts Festival Outdoor rotating concert stage. Groups/Individuals will be selected for a ½ hour time slot on Saturday May 1st, 2010. The Spring Arts Festival Music Committee will jury the applicants. The entry fee will be waived for student music groups who submit an application.
For full details and event schedule please see spring arts festival flyer, available in the welcome walkway and other locations throughout the truro campus. Full details at www.trurochurch.org/ springartsfestival.
APPLICATIONS FOR SPRING ARTS FESTIVAL ENTRIES! In conjunction with the City of Fairfax’s Spotlight on the Arts, Truro will be hosting its First Annual Spring Arts Festival April 30th & May 1st 2010. Applications for Fine Art, Rotating Concert Stage, and Festival Marketplace are available online at www. trurochurch.org/SpringArtsFestival, or in the welcome walkway. Truro needs your help in getting the word out about this exciting event! Submissions from artists inside and outside the church are welcomed. Questions? Contact kboyd@ trurochurch.org.
Save the Date: Everyday Parents Can Raise Extraordinary Kids!
Truro Preschool & Kindergarten presents ROCKNOCEROS
Saturday, May 8, 8:45–2:30 pm
Friday, March 26, 2010, 5–6 pm Undercroft
We are partnering with Church of the Apostles for a parenting seminar called “Everyday Parents Can Raise Extraordinary Kids! Strengthening the Conscience to Help Children be Internally Motivated”. The seminar is being held at COA in Fairfax on Saturday, May 8th, from 8:45–2:30 pm. Look for flyers and more details to come. At this time, we are looking for volunteer leaders and assistants to work with the children attending this seminar. They will be participating in a program called “I Can be a Hero!” If you are interested, please contact Anna Hornbuckle at Truro, ahornbuckle@trurochurch. org, or at 703.273.1300, ext. 314.
Pizza will be available for purchase after the show. Advance Tickets $5 Door Tickets: $7 www.truropreschool.org
Christian Stewardship Ministries Save the Date for Alpha! Annual Fellowship Dinner 2010 Do you have friends who have questions about God and their place in the world? Then invite them to our Thursday, April 22, Fairview Marriott next Alpha course beginning Sunday, April 18. Check out our website www.trurochurch.org/alpha for more Hotel, Falls Church, Virginia information! “Moreover, it is required of stewards that they be found trustworthy.” 1st Cor. 4:2 (NIV) Join us for what promises to be an exciting and encouraging evening as we hear what God is doing in the lives of current and future leaders. Featuring Guest Speaker: Lt. Gen. (Ret.) William G. Boykin LTG (Ret) Jerry Boykin was one of the original members of the US Army's Delta Force. He was privileged to ultimately command these elite warriors in combat operations. Later, Jerry Boykin commanded all the Army's Green Berets. He has participated in clandestine operations around the world. Today he is an ordained minister with a passion for spreading the Gospel of Jesus Christ. Renowned Author of Never Surrender: A Soldier’s Journey to the Crossroads of Faith and freedom. Reception begins at 5:30 pm followed by Three Course Dinner Special Musical Guests: Liberty University’s ‘The Sounds of Liberty’
Falls Are Not An Inevitable Part Of Aging Falls Are Preventable! Local experts from the NVFPC will present the key components of a comprehensive Fall Prevention Program on March 26, 2010, 12:30 pm–1:30 pm here at Truro Church in the Undercroft. The presentation was developed by the CDC and injury prevention programs and is hosted by the Truro Church Seniors Ministry. During the 1-hour program you will learn how to review your medications; how to modify your home safety; how to increase your physical strength; and how to improve low vision. Questions will be answered from our local experts. Free to the public. For more information on this event contact Bradley Ann Morgan at 703.999.1691 or Becky Schaffer at 703.475.3044.
Evenings Festivities will conclude with An opportunity to Partner with CSM through a Financial Faith Investment. Register at the table in the Welcome walkway, or call Tammy Wells-Putz 703.346.1760. Seating is limited and reservations are required. To equip Christians worldwide to apply biblical principles of life and time management and personal organization, that they might become leaders in effecting cultural change.
Reading Group The Help, by Kathryn Stockett, will be the book discussed at Reading Group Wednesday noon, March 24, in Common Grounds. All are welcome. For information: call Joan Meyer, 703.591.8617.
Anglicans for Life at Truro Anglicans for Life at Truro is pleased to present Truro member Elizabeth Lee, MA, who will speak on “The Miracle of Adoption” on Wednesday, March 24, at 6:30 pm in Room 10. All are welcome.
Life Management Study Would you like to discover more of God’s plan for your life? Reduce stress and anxiety? Acquire the life management tools that will enable you to overcome procrastination, over-commitment and sleep deprivation? Register for this 13 week small group study (class size limited to 8 students). Classes will meet on Monday or Tuesday evenings from 7:00 to 9:00 pm beginning the week of April 19. Registration fee is $95.00 ($75 for Truro members), includes Student Manual, Workbook and copy of It’s About Time! by Ken Smith. Partial scholarships may be available. Satisfaction guaranteed or money back to anyone who completes the course. Preregistration required. Call Christian Stewardship Ministries at 703.591.5000, or e-mail Ken@csmin.org
In Memoriam James M. Jennings, PhD October 15, 1955–March 9, 2010 Brother to Helen Daniels
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07:30 am, Worship 08:30 am, Worship 10:00 am, Worship (en español) 10:00 am, Youth Small Groups 10:00 am, Rector’s Forum 10:00 am, Newcomers Series 11:15 am, Worship 01:00 pm, Engaged Couples Seminar 01:00 pm, Alpha (Auld Shebeen) 04:00 pm, Healing Prayer Service (Chapel) 05:00 pm, Alive@5 Worship Service 06:00 pm. Active Parenting of Teens Class 06:00 pm, Youth Group 06:30 am, Men’s Bible Study and Fellowship (ICM Building) 09:30 am, DOK Preparation Class 07:00 pm, AA Meeting
09:30 am, Women’s Bible Study 11:30 am, Military Prayer 04:30 pm, Hosanna and Praise Dance 06:00 pm, Worship Dance 06:30 pm, Outreach Policy Group 06:45 pm, Young Adults 07:30 pm, Boy Scouts 07:30 am, Vestry Meeting
06:30 am, Men’s Bible Study, (Truro) 10:00 am, Holy Eucharist, Chapel 03:00 pm, Anglicans For Life at Truro 06:00 pm, Student Ministry Training 06:30 pm AFLAT Choose Life Series 07:30 pm, Discipleship
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 06:30 pm, The Marriage Course 07:15 pm, Choir Rehearsal 07:30 pm, Prison Aftercare
10:00 am, Old Testament Class 12:00 pm, Senior’s Lunch and Fellowship 05:00 pm, Childrens Concert: Rocknoceros 07:00 pm, Stations of The Cross
07:30 am, Men’s Fellowship 05:00 pm, Movie: The Passion of the Christ (Comunidad Hispana) 05:00 pm, New Beginnings— Divorce Recovery Group
Palm Sunday 07:30 am, Worship 08:30 am, Worship 10:00 am, Worship (en español) 10:00 am, Youth Small Groups 10:00 am, Rector’s Forum 11:15 am, Worship 01:00 pm, Love the World Fellowship 05:00 pm, Alive@5 Worship Service 06:00 pm, Pizza Meal Fund-raiser for the Brazil Missions Team 07:00 pm, Matt Maher Concert
read ahead March 28—Palm Sunday Jesus Weeps and Prays Luke 19:28–44, Zech 9:9–11
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.
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 Worship 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: Dave Lilley at 703.273.1300, ext. 322.
needs & blessings Blessing: Computer technician available for repairing PC’s and providing tech support. Contact Carlo at 571.243.3321. In Search Of: Looking for a copy of a Des Colores cassette tape that was given out at a Truro event during the late 80’s to early 90’s. The cover is described as colorful and the tape itself includes 10–12 praise and worship songs. If you have a copy of this please contact Cynthia Eller at 571.288.9217 or email@example.com. Blessing: We have available two sled’s, (flat and round), a red wagon, 22 inch bicycle, child’s 4-wheel electric car (very slow and safe)—6-volt battery. needs replacing Please call 703.941.3741. Blessing: N/S Room with private bath for rent in the Springfield, Annandale area. Personal transportation recommended $400 plus some utilities Call Kathy Strother at 703.321.9757. Lost: Canon Powershot S2 IS digital camera (silver-toned with matching neck-strap)…left in Upper Room/ Café area. Please call Bob on 703.281.1378.
Small Group Discussion Sheets Small group discussion sheets are available in the Welcome Walkway, Nathex, and Chapel and online at www.trurochurch.org/sermons. This week’s study questions will focus on the following lesson: “Contemplative Pray-ers”, Luke 10:38–41, Ecc 2:1–11
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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: firstname.lastname@example.org Vestry: email@example.com Website: TruroChurch.org