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APRIL 10–APRIL 17, 2011

TRURO FAMILY NEWS Crafts, Art & Music for Kids! Off-Broadway Musical!

Young Adults at Truro Church by Dave Lilley Please forgive me if I brag. The Truro Young Adults are a fantastic group of people, and God is at work in their midst. Since joining this group early last year, Tuesday evening has


become one of my favorite times


of the week—a sacred time of the

The Spring Arts Festival is an exciting way to make an impact in our Fairfax community through the arts! Did you know that we have events for kids and adults including Art Shows where you can submit your art

week—because every week I know that I will be blessed in this gathering and that God will be praised.

for prize money, a marketplace and concert stage on Saturday, April 16

In recent months the Young Adults group has begun to expand in some

where you can shop AND hear great music?

very exciting ways; it has grown outwards. Members of our group have

Plus, Broadway Actor Bruce Kuhn is performing a dinner theatre on Friday, April 15 with a live bluegrass trio. "Cotton Patch Gospel" is an Off-Broadway hit that the New York Times called "A toetapping country jamboree"! Buy your tickets for Cotton Patch Gospel today after the 8:30, 11:15, and 5:00 services: $25/person, $40/couple, or $40/family (children 18

gone on mission trips, attended an Alpha conference, helped lead a Global Alpha Training, and have risen early to pray on Thursdays at 5:30 am. The 40-hour Prayer Watch this weekend arose from the inspiration of the Holy Spirit to one of our members, and the support of others (If you wondered who would pray at 2, 3, 4 am, this was the group).

and under). The dinner will benefit the scholarship fund for Truro youth

I would like to invite you to pray for our Young Adults. We have grown up

traveling to Jerusalem in 2011.

in a culture that does not assume or expect that we are Christians—a

Writers, Craft Vendors and Musicians can also participate in a workshop on Saturday. Pick up one of the flyers in the covered walkway today! NEW THIS YEAR—In our effort to reach families in our community, we have added some great new components specifically for younger children through youth. To make these a success, we need some volunteers for the day of the event to work a shift helping with craft and art areas. Not artistic? Don't worry, we can still use you all we need are some friendly people to be part of the team.

reality that is becoming more pronounced every year. Our faith in Christ is an urgent one. Just as we are passionate in prayer for this congregation and community, so we passionately covet your prayers for us. If you are interested in becoming a prayer partner with this group, or just getting to know us more, please contact me at dlilley@, 703.273.1300 ext. 322. The Young Adults group meets every Tuesday, 6:45–9:00 pm, on Truro’s campus in the Gunnell House Parlor. Are you interested? Please join us!

*KidZone Craft Corner & Workshops *Teen Scene with Art Yard & Workshops Looking for anyone who does caricatures to be part of the teen scene at the spring arts festival. Need not be a professional, just enjoy interacting with people and having fun!

­Healing Prayer The Healing Prayer Team of Truro is pleased to

If you can help, please contact Melissa Ciavarella:

have Elizabeth Baucum as the speaker for the or 703.273.1300, ext 310.

Healing Prayer Service on April 10 in the Chapel

P.S. We are also in need of donations of: Buttons, beads, gallon jugs, empty water bottles, tuna cans, tempera paint, wall primer paint, pastel chalks, paint brushes. All donations can be placed in the blue bin in the Welcome Walkway. Thank you!

at 4:00 o’clock. Our team members will be available for those who wish to come forward for individual prayer. This is an opportunity to leave your problems at the cross. The Lord Jesus welcomes all who seek Him and come to Him.


Lent 2011 COMMUNION INSTRUCTION STUDY Interviews: April 16, 9:00 am–11:00 am Communion & Confirmation Class

Rector's Forum In Memoriam SUNDAYS AT 10 AM UNDERCROFT April 3, 10, 17, 2011 Tory Baucum/Paul Julienne

Seder Dinner April 20, 6:30 pm–8:30 pm (Undercroft) THE WAY OF THE CROSS/EL CAMINO DE LA CRUZ Bilingual Prayer Service: Fri(s) in Lent, 7–7:30 pm (Church) 41 HOUR PRAYER WATCH

ALICE BUCKLEW Died: March 29, 2011

She is survived by her husband, Tom Bucklew, Sr., her daughter, Audrey Williams and her son Tom Bucklew, Jr. She has four grandchildren and six great-grandchildren.

Cookies Baked in Christ’s Love Ministry Opportunity Truro member, Lyn Adams, has contacted Truro about a wonderful ministry opportunity. Lyn has been serving with the Kairos Prison Ministry for almost 20 years. Kairos goes into maximum & medium security prisons to run weekend retreats for male and female prisoners several times a year.

Prayer vigil begins with worship on Friday night

April 27–May 1, Kairos will be running a retreat at the Virginia Correction Center for Women in

and concludes with Sunday morning worship

Goochland, VA. Volunteers bake cookies for the retreat, which we then take in, and are one of


the ways we use to demonstrate Christ’s love. Cookies for the retreat need to be received by

Friday, April 8 – Sunday, April 10

Lyn no later than Tuesday, April 26—instructions are below.

Holy Week Services 2011 PALM SUNDAY, APRIL 17

Would you or your small group be interested in serving by baking cookies for the women who will be on this retreat? If so, you may contact Lyn, either by e-mail at, or by phone at 703.385.9125.

Holy Eucharist and special dramatic presentation

Bake any recipe you would like, but please keep in mind that if we are to take each and every

by actor Bruce Kuhn: The Gospel of Luke

cookie into prison, we need to follow certain guidelines. This means that specific ingredients cannot

Holy Eucharist 7:30 am (Chapel)

be used. When baking, please remember: NO—raisins or other dried fruit, NO—toppings (sugar,

Santa Eucaristica en Español 10:00 am (Capilla)

decorations or icing), and NO—candy such as M&Ms, YES—to chocolate & butterscotch chips

8:30 & 11:15 am (Church)

and/or nuts. Cookies should be approximately 2–2 ½ inches in size. Package cookies 12 to a quart


size ziplock bag. Please indicate the type of cookie on each bag. DO NOT package HOT cookies.

Holy Eucharist, Christ in the Passover Presentation & Communion Class Recognition 7:30 pm (Church) Servicio de Jueves Santo 7:00 pm (Capilla) GOOD FRIDAY, APRIL 22 (Confessions available following each service on Good Friday) Good Friday Liturgy & The Way of the Cross 12 noon (Church) Family Service 4:30 pm (Church) Good Friday Liturgy and special musical offering of Maurice Durufle’s Requiem with guest organist

Let them cool. They may be made weeks ahead of time and frozen—they still turn out perfectly.

Alpha Alpha Celebration Dinner on April 28, 7–9 pm Choose from Two Alpha Courses this Spring: Tuesday Mornings May 3–June 28 9:30–11:30 am Gunnell House (includes food!)

Thursday Evenings May 5–June 30 7–9:00 pm Undercroft (includes dinner!)

There is no charge for the Alpha Course Registration:

Andrea Boudra, followed by The Way of the Cross

Contact and Information:

7:30 pm (Church)

Alice Hunt—703.273.1300 ext. 312, or

EASTER SUNDAY, APRIL 24 * Pascua Eucarística de Resurrección 7:00 am (Capilla en Español) Sunrise Service & Festival Eucharist

Relax, Revive, and Reconnect

Festival Eucharist

EMU, Harrisonburg, VA

9:30 am & 11:30 am (Church)

Set in almost 100 acres of grounds overlooking the Shenandoah valley

There will be no Alive@5 Worship on Easter Sunday.

you could ask one question­—what would you ask?”

May 28–30, 2011 Truro Parish Retreat

7:00 am (Church)


“If God existed and

Registration is OPEN! Questions: Alice Hunt 703.273.1300 ext. 312,

“Drink Deep at the Fountain”


An Evening with Open Doors and George Bolder of Middle East Services Tuesday, April 12, 2011, 7:00 pm The Falls Church, Nicolson Hall, 115 E. Fairfax St., Falls Church, VA Please come and hear what the Lord is doing in the Middle East for and through His people. God is at work calling and crafting His church to accomplish the spectacular. And nowhere is God’s activity more amazing to watch than among those for whom following Christ can mean public humiliation, isolation and extreme persecution. George Bolder will tell us from personal exposure and experience how our brothers and sisters in Christ are responding to the hardship and difficulties resulting from persecution. George has spoken in the past in the USA, United Kingdom, Denmark and Belgium and in several Middle East and Latin American countries. He has travelled to over 45 countries in the Middle East, Far East, North Africa, Central Asia, Latin America, North America and Europe. George is an excellent speaker and has much to tell us about the Persecuted Church. For further information please contact Alana Johnson, 703 772 3404 or Please be there!

Special Holy Week Services As part of our Easter Celebration each year, we walk through Jesus’ final days, called “Holy Week.” On Thursday, April 21st, at 730 pm, we have a Maundy Thursday service, where we remember Jesus’ last supper with His disciples. On Friday, April 22nd, from 4:30-5:30 pm, we offer a family-friendly service geared towards families with young children. The message is appropriate for little ones, and helps them understand the significance of Good Friday, the day Jesus died, and points them towards the joy of His resurrection on Easter Day. For more information, contact Anna Hornbuckle at: ahornbuckle@ or 703.273.1300, ext. 314.

Meet-Ups! New at the Parish Retreat A Meet-Up is a group of people who “meet-up” at an assigned time and place to enjoy a particular activity together. Several meet-ups are already scheduled including: horseback riding, basketball game, The Shops of Dayton, and Farmer’s Market Meet-ups are a great opportunity to connect with others. The possibilities are endless! Any activity that you are interested in can become a Meet-up, such as golf, photography, walking/hiking, a field trip to the pool, and bridge or board games. Some groups may be centered around a season of life or specific topic. Maybe you’ve always wished you could find other single parents, young marrieds or empty nesters at Truro. If you have an idea for a Meet-up we will help you! Simply contact Laura Workman before May 10 at 703.273.1300, ext 316 or e-mail

Save the Date­—Baptism and Confirmation Sunday with Bishop Martyn Minns on May 1. 8:30—Baptism by immersion, 11:15—Baptism by effusion, and Confirmation. Contact: Laura Workman,, ext 316.

Children’s Clothing and Toys Swap­—

Palm Sunday 2011—We are excited to announce that this year’s Palm Sunday drama will be offered by Bruce Kuhn as he presents the Passion portion of “The Gospel of Luke”. Bruce is a longtime friend of Truro, and will be participating in the Spring Arts Festival from April 15-17. Our usual Palm Sunday Drama “The Cry of the Whole Congregation” will return in 2012!

a great opportunity to clean out your

Special Giving for Easter 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 the Lenten and Easter Seasons. Please place your gifts in the offering plates. Memorials and Thanksgivings received by Friday, April 1st will be listed in the Easter Day worship guides; afterward, they will be listed in the May 1st worship guide. Easter Procession—We are looking for families or individuals who would like to help with the procession to prepare the Altar for Communion at the 7:30 am service on Easter morning. There will be a rehearsal held at noon on Saturday, April 23 (the day before Easter) for those who are able to attend. Please come join us for this Truro tradition and celebration! To sign up, contact Chris Douglas,, ext. 220. Fellowship and Support for Moms—Do you have a child newborn to age 5? Then you are warmly invited to join Truro MOPS, a special group for mothers of preschool age children. The second Tuesday of each month we come together for dinner followed by a guest speaker’s presentation on a topic of interest to us as mothers, and then we enjoy thoughtful small group discussion. Our next meeting will be held Tuesday, April 12 at 7:00 PM in the Undercroft. For more information, or to register for MOPS, please contact Debbie Cole at (

Mark your calendars for the Spring Swap on Saturday, April 30th from 9:30–11:30 am! Although hosted by MOPS, this event is open to the entire church and all are welcome to participate. This is closets and/or to get clothing and toys for your children, grandchildren, nieces, or nephews. Bring your gently used children’s items (clothing, books, DVDs, toys, maternity clothes, baby gear, etc.) in the morning, set them out on the marked tables, and then, when “shopping time” begins, just take what you need! Be sure to sort your items before coming so that you can place them out more quickly. Anything that is not taken by the end of the event will be given to charity. The price of admission is a package of baby wipes for a local crisis pregnancy center and either items for the swap or, if you don’t have anything to pass on, food to share (muffins, fruit, etc.). Summer Musical­— Truro Church is excited to announce Fiddler on the Roof as the 2011 Summer musical! Mark your calendars for performances on July 22–24, 2011. After last year’s smashing hit OZ!, we are looking forward to another great summer of dramatic fun! Fiddler on the Roof is a show that features all ages, and we hope that you will be a part of this year’s production. Auditions are May 17 and 18 from 4 pm–10 pm. Rehearsals will be Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday evenings beginning on June 21st. Women’s Bible Study on James—Ladies, please join us for a new Wednesday evening Bible study. Wed during spring, 6:30–8:00 pm (Conference Room, 2nd flr of Ed Bldg), with a break for Holy Week. We will start with Chapter 1 on April 13, but feel free to jump in any time after the study has started. We will be reading and discussing the book of James, using a commentary in The Bible Speaks Today Series titled The Message of James by J. Alec Motyer. Childcare is provided.

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tue 12

07:30 am, Worship 08:30 am, Worship 10:00 am, Discipleship Hour 10:00 am, Rector's Forum 10:00 am, Worship (en español) 11:15 am, Worship 01:00 pm, Love the World Fellowship 01:00 pm, Youth Alpha 04:00 pm, Healing Prayer Service 05:00 pm, Alive@5 Worship Service 06:00 pm, Youth Group 06:30 am, Men's Bible Study, (ICM) 11:40 am, Daily Prayer 07:00 pm, AA Meeting 07:00 pm, New Beginnings Divorce Care 07:00 pm, Prayer for the Persecuted Church 07:00 pm, Wellsping Bible Study 09:30 am, Women's Ministry 11:40 am, Daily Prayer 11:45 am, Military Prayer 04:30 pm, Hosanna Dance Rehearsal 05:30 pm, Worship Dance Rehearsal 06:45 pm, Young Adults 07:00 pm, MOPS 07:30 pm, Boy Scouts 07:30 pm, Buildings and Grounds

wed 13

06:30 am, Men’s Bible Study, (Truro) 11:00 am, Holy Eucharist 06:30 pm, Women's Bible Study 06:30 pm, Wednesday Evening Discipleship Courses 6:30 pm, Women's Bible Study 07:30 pm, Discipleship

thur 14

06:30 pm, Men's Fraternity 09:30 am, Women’s Bible Study 10:00 am, DOK Bible Study 11:40 am, Daily Prayer 12:00 pm, DOK Preparation Class 06:00 pm, Vestry Exec Meeting 07:15 pm, Parish Choir Rehearsal

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. Childcare: Childcare is available on Sundays during 5:00 pm worship for ages 5 and under. 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 and WOW Worship at both the 8:30 and 11:15 services. From 10–11 am on Sundays we have Elementary Sunday School, and Special Forces for special needs children. Special Needs Sunday School: 10–11 am in Transept C. Teens: Join us for ReAwakenings at 10 am and Youth Group from 6–8:30 pm. 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 and blessings

BLESSING: We have the following items for sale at reasonable prices: 2 microwave ovens, one small, one large; one mini-refrigerator; one square pine coffee table; two small drop-leaf tables in need of refinishing; one large dog crate, like new; and 5 ft. wooden folding ladder. Please contact Steve Markowski 703.250.3409, or Lorena Markowski at Truro, ext. 115. NEED: Mature Christian Female seeking furnished room to rent. Call L. Wright 703.220.0273. NEED: Korean Christian single male (mid-20’s) professional seeking summer home stay experience. Able to pay rent. Interests are gardening, farming, and social work. Contact TIPS office at 703.273.1300 ext. 530. EMPLOYMENT OPPORTUNITIES: -Five Talents is seeking a talented professional with the vision, experience and creativity to enhance the power of Five Talents’ storytelling approach through innovative website and communication strategies. The position is responsible for developing and implementing a robust website strategy while managing and coordinating internal and external communications, marketing, media relations, as well as ensuring the consistency of the Five Talents brand. The objective is to develop a growing community of individuals who will support Five Talents through prayer, volunteering and funding. Please see: -Christian Legal Aid of the District of Columbia­—Seeking part-time Executive Director to work on a volunteer basis. Legal and/or non-profit experience helpful, but not required. 8–10 hrs/week; flexible schedule; work from home. Duties include: coordinating volunteers and mission centers for legal clinics; identifying funding sources; developing partnerships with other community organizations; other admin. tasks. If interested, please contact James Quinn, President, at info@ –Lorien Wood, a Christ-centered, K-8th grade school in Vienna, VA has openings for a full-time Office Manager and part-time Administrator in May 2011. Please visit their website at www. to view a complete job description for both positions. If interested, please submit your resume to Pam Priester at

fri 15

Spring Arts Festival Kick-Off

sat 16

Spring Arts Festival

jobs ministry

(See Flyer for Schedule) 07:30 am, Men's Fellowship 09:00 am, Christian Healing Ministries 09:30 am, Marriage Course 09:30 am, Prison Aftercare

IF YOU ARE AN EMPLOYER, please send your information to IF you know of a upcoming job fair please send the information to IF YOU ARE LOOKING FOR A NEW POSITION, please send your resume to Go to for more information.

sun 17

07:30 am, Worship 08:30 am, Worship 10:00 am, Discipleship Hour 10:00 am, Rector's Forum 10:00 am, Worship (en español) 11:15 am, Worship 01:00 pm, Love the World Fellowship 01:00 pm, Youth Alpha 05:00 pm, Alive@5 Worship Service with Communion 06:00 pm, Youth Group

(See Flyer for Schedule) 10:00 am, Old Testament Class 11:40 am, Daily Prayer 12:00 pm, Seniors' Lunch and Fellowship 04:30 pm, Men's Prayer Group 07:00 pm, The Way of the Cross/ El Camino de la Cruz 07:00 pm, Cotton Patch Gospel with Bruce Kuhn 07:30 pm, Miracles of Jesus Bible Study

read ahead April 17 How God Works through the Law, Romans 3:9–20

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Truro Church

10520 Main Street, Fairfax, VA 22030 Rector: Tory Baucum Associate Rectors: Coleman Tyler, Tim Mayfield Hispanic Pastor: Carlos Pellot Adjunct Clergy: John Reishus, Allan Falconer, Tim Howe, Tom Herrick, Derek Rust

Parish Office: 703.273.1300 Clergy Emergency: ext. 370, or 571.529.0151 Parish Fax: 703.591.0737 Preschool: 703.691.1006 TIPS: ext. 530 E-mail: Vestry: Website:


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