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TRURO FAMILY NEWS Gods Resources Stewardship Sunday, October 17, 2010 I believe stewardship means wisely using the resources God has graciously given me. Usually I think of this in terms of monetary resources, but I’m also convinced we are to steward our spiritual gifts. Ephesians 4:12–13 reveals that these gifts were given “to prepare God’s people for works of service, so that the body of Christ may be built up until we all reach unity in the faith and in the knowledge of the Son of God and become mature, attaining to the whole measure of the fullness of Christ.” I don’t know about you, but I’ve still got a LONG way to go!

Join us Next Saturday for the TPK 5K and 1M Fun Run!

Everyone is welcome to participate next Saturday October 16th at 8:30 am in the 7th annual “Running for the Kids” 5K and 1M Family Fun Run right here on our Truro Campus. It is not too late to participate in this exciting and festive Community Wide Event. Race time is 8:30am. All proceeds benefit the Caring and Scholarship Fund of the school and this year, the need is greater than ever. This event is for runners, walkers and even the family stroller. There is fun for all ages from a moonbounce to music to a fabulous silent auction! To sponsor the event in a big or small way, to register to run/walk or to volunteer your time and talent visit For additional information 703-691-1006 or

We each have different gifts—some are prophets, teachers, healers and more. We are to use these gifts for the common good, and in the context of the body of Christ (see 1 Corinthians 12). We are all parts of the body, and my big toe really can’t say to your ear that I don’t need you. Indeed, our church body is not complete without the contributions of all of the gifted people God has brought to Truro. So as I go back to thinking about stewardship in monetary terms, I realize that when I give financial resources to support the church, and

Truro in turn supports the ministry of the ear or the eye, the whole body is nurtured. As an individual, I’m responsible to use my gifts. As a member of the body, I can also encourage my brothers and sisters to use their gifts through regular tithing. Truro can then sustain ministries I’m not equipped to take on. What a blessing to realize that the big toe can strengthen the ear! I encourage each of us to think about how both our spiritual and financial gifts can be used to build up the many rich ministries Truro supports and would like to take on in the coming year. —Leslie Dunlap

Fall Festival Is Coming! Join us October 31st from 3–5 pm for our Fall Festival. We will have a Trunk-orTreat, Carnival Games, Moon Bounces and more! This is a great event to invite family, friends and neighbors. All are welcome! For more information contact Alice Hunt at 703.273.1300 ext. 312 or ahunt@trurochurch. org. Need: Volunteers, volunteers, volunteers and candy, candy, candy for the event. For more information on how you can help, please contact Alice Hunt 703.273.1300, ext 312 or

Sign up to help out now! Flyers available in the Welcome Walkway!

The Youth Fall Retreat—Nov 12–14 Join us at the beautiful Concord Retreat Center for fun, fellowship, and great talks by our speaker, Dave Lilley. This is a great time to get away and be with God. Registration, Universal Release form and a $50 deposit are due October 31st. Please visit the website for more information (www. or contact Dave Lilley: dlilley@trurochurch. org, 703.273.1300 ext. 322 or Andrew Hall at, 703.273.1300 ext. 320.


Rector's Forum

Discipleship Hour Offerings

Every Sunday at 10 am—Undercroft

Sunday Morning Adult Offerings:

Oct 3: Rector Tory Baucum Oct 10: Bishop Todd Hunter Oct 17: Rector Tory Baucum Oct 24: Rector Tory Baucum Oct 31: Lisa Chinn— God’s Radical Hospitality

Early Church Fathers’ Course—Bill Barto to lead during the Rector’s Forum on 11/7, 11/28, 12/19 & 1/2

Just Born

Art Course—October 17, 24, 31, November 7 in the Art Gallery "Why Anglican?"—October 10, 17, 24 in the Gunnell House Parlor Contact Marshall Brown at Men’s Fraternity—September 19–June 12 Reception Area of Administration Building. Contact Steve Tees at 703.691.3709.

The Marriage Course The course has already started but it's not too late to register! Thursdays 6:45–9 pm Course Fee—$120 per couple and includes dinner and childcare

Chiquita Isabella Ann Rosales September 28, 2010

To register or for more information please contact Alice Hunt at ahunt@ or 703.273.1300, ext 312.

See more at

Daughter of Stephanie Findlay Rosales and Edson Rosales

Have You Ever Wanted To Be A More Effective Witness For Christ In The Workplace? I believe one of the next great moves of God

Peacemakers Class The Peacemakers Class a 12 week small group study exploring biblical Peacemaking principles based on the Peacemaking Church curriculum. This is a DVD based small group using workbooks, reading material and weekly homework. The small group study is open to the first 12 who register. Classes will begin on Oct 3rd in the Conference Room, floor 2 of the Education Building at 11:15 am. Contact Will and Tammy Putz for further information at 703.239.2737 or

is going to be through the believers in the workplace. —Dr. Billy Graham Join us for a Workplace Faith Gathering and dinner on Wednesday, October 20, 6:30 pm–8:30 pm at Mclean Presbyterian Church, 1020 Balls Hill Road, McLean Va. This "Faith In The Workplace" will inform and equip you in how to see more of God’s Kingdom and His will being done in your

Calling All Men! Men’s Fraternity Classes QUEST for AUTHENTIC MANHOOD Meets Sunday Mornings 10–11 am Reception Room (Parish Office) Starting Sunday, October 17

business and for the benefit of your work

Experience the transforming power when men listen to each

colleagues. You will hear talks from leaders in

other and learn together. Challenging topics are presented each

their field that will inspire, educate, and equip

week that encourage men to more fully embrace a godly view of

you as you return into the workplace to live

manhood. For more info: contact

out your faith. Speakers include Ken Costa,


"My Personal Story on Faith and Work," and Gerard Long, "How to Live Out Your Faith in the Workplace. Register: 703.624.9317

Meets Thursday Mornings—6:30–7:45 am Gunnell House Starting Thursday, Oct 21 Building on the foundation of the QUEST series, this series focuses on a man’s chief responsibilities—home and work. The goal of this 16 session study is to help establish each man in learning how to relate successfully to a woman and how to rightly engage his work. For more info: contact


RECTOR’S LUNCHEONS—Reservations for Rector’s Luncheons, which are now held at noon on Saturdays, are being taken (contact:—703.273.1300 ext. 305). This is open to all who would like an opportunity to enjoy conversation and food with our rector, Tory Baucum. KIDZONE—The children’s Sunday School small groups have begun, but we still need Assistants for Kindergarten, 1st Grade, and 4th Grade. The Assistant plays and interacts with the children as well as aids the Leader during lesson time, snack, etc. Sunday School takes place from 10–11 am each Sunday. If you enjoy spending time with little ones, this may be the perfect ministry opportunity for you! Please contact Anna Hornbuckle: or at 703.273.1300, ext. 314. Blessings! WOMEN'S STUDY ON THE MESSAGE OF ACTS— Ladies please come join us for The Message of Acts by John Stott Wednesday at 6:30pm in the Conference Room. Childcare provided. Books are available at the meeting. Questions, contact Jennifer Epley at 703.752.3104, or MOM & ME PLAYGROUP—Truro Preschool and Kindergarten is offering a Mom & Me playgroup for mothers or grandmothers who would enjoy a morning opportunity to interact with their children and other adults. The playgroup is on Thursday mornings in the Undercroft from 9:15–10:45, and is for children 6 weeks of age to 5 years. Mom and ME is a gently focused Christ centered playtime which will be facilitated by TPK Teacher Fiona Bracy. This program is open to the general public! The weekly cost is $5 for a mom & child and $12 for a mom with several children, you may join us at any time during the school year. For additional information pick-up the in the Narthex today or call the TPK office at 703.691.1006. THREADS OF LOVE MINISTRY—Would you like to learn to knit or crochet? Come to the Threads of Love meeting at the home of Carol Deitz, 4017 Old Hickory Road, Fairfax, on Sunday, Oct. 10 at 3:00 pm and we will teach you these skills. If you already knit or crochet, please come and help us make blankets, sweaters, and hats for malnourished children in a clinic in Uganda, and for our neighboring Pro-Life ministries, such as Bethany House.

If you have any questions, please call Carol at 703.978.2616. PRAYER FOR THE PERSECUTED CHURCH—You are invited to pray for our persecuted brothers and sisters on Monday, October 11, at 7:00 pm in Room 10 of the Parish Offices Building. Hundreds of thousands of Uzbeks fled from violence at the hands of Kyrgyz people in Kyrgyzstan in June, when large-scale ethnic riots broke out. Christian pastors sprang into action, ignoring threats and hostility, trying to help the needy, especially their fellow-believers. As the crisis developed, Christians began to be targeted for their faith. 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 SANCTITY OF LIFE MINISTRIES (SLM)—Do you have a listening ear that draws people to tell you their problems? If you would like use your God-given gift of compassion and share the Gospel with those in need, consider being trained to work with SLM clients. 2–day Training workshop(s): Saturdays, October 16 and 23 at Prince of Peace Lutheran Church. Contact Sherry Rafii at sherry.rafii@ slmpregnancy or 703.278.5433 to register or ask questions. (3 SLM locations) THE 3RD ANNUAL SWEETS IN THE PARK TO BENEFIT THE LAMB CENTER—On Sunday October 17th from 2–4 pm, donate to The Lamb Center by coming to Providence Park at 10715 West Drive, City of Fairfax to enjoy a tasty treat, listen to music, and participate in kids activities. Sweets are donated by local restaurants or made by individuals. To donate baked goods, send an e-mail to Current sponsors are Valvoline Instant Oil Change of Fairfax City, Brion’s Grille, and Red, Hot & Blue. For more information on the Lamb Center go to READING GROUP will discuss The Source by James A. Michener, Wednesday noon Oct. 27th in Truro’s Art Gallery. All are welcome. Please bring a sandwich. Questions? Joan Meyer, 703.591.8617. THE MOPS SWAP is a great opportunity to get rid of children’s toys and clothes you no longer need or to collect some free ones

you do need! Join us Saturday, October 23 at 9 AM in the Undercroft. Bring your gently used children’s items (clothing, toys, gear, supplies, maternity & nursing, too) and take home what you need. The only admission fee is one box of baby wipes (for a local Crisis Pregnancy Center). Bring either items for the swap OR food to share (muffins, fruit, etc.). We will arrive and sort our items at 9 AM before our official “shopping time” begins. Yes, everything is FREE! Everything left over after moms take what they need will be donated to worthy charities. Questions? Please contact Linda Mathwin at herosquad@ or 703.222.1973. POST ABORTION BIBLE STUDY AT SANCTITY OF LIFE MINISTRIES—Many who have attended the 6 week Post Abortion Bible study have discovered their burden of guilt replaced by spiritual renewal in their relationship with Christ. The Lord uses this confidential, small group study to set women free from the pain and heartbreak of past abortion. “Rainbows in the Night,” an anointed workbook written by Debra Jones, a post abortive woman, guides women through a compassionate, spirit-filled journey from bondage to freedom. Please join us. Call Kay at Sanctity of Life Ministries: 703.278.5433. Bible Study Site: Fairfax Pregnancy Help Center, 10875 Main Street, on Tuesdays 7 pm–9 pm. ADV WOMEN'S RETREAT—October 30, 9:30 to 4:30, Church of the Epiphany, 3301 Hidden Meadow Dr. Herndon, Virginia. A wonderful retreat day is being planned for the women of the Anglican District of Virginia (ADV) and their friends. The Rev'd. Joanna Jepson, Chaplain of the London School of Fashion, and her mother, Mrs. Dee Dee Jepson, will be speaking on how we find our wholeness in Christ while we live in a world that dictates to us its narrow ideas of beauty. Joanna will be sharing her own astonishing testimony and what led her to her "mission field." Dee Dee will tell of how the Lord guided her in parenting two children with very daunting challenges. Come and bring daughters and friends to hear this special message. Worship, small group discussions, healing prayer, lunch and high tea at day's end will make this day memorable. Registration Cost: $25. Contact:

calendar sun 10

07:30 am, Worship 08:30 am, Worship 10:00 am, Discipleship Hour 10:00 am, Rector's Forum 10:00 am, Newcomers Series 10:00 am, Worship (en español) 11:15 am, Worship 11:15 am, Peacemakers Class 01:00 pm, Love the World Fellowship 05:00 pm, Alive@5 Worship Service Todd Hunter—Preaching Andy Piercy—Leading worship 06:00 pm, Youth Group 06:00 pm, Alpha

mon 11

06:30 am, Men's Bible Study, (ICM) 07:00 pm, AA Meeting 07:00 pm, New Beginnings Divorce Care 07:00 pm, Prayer for the Persecuted Church

tue 12

09:30 am, Women's Ministry 11:45 am, Military Prayer 04:30 pm–07:15 pm, Dance Rehearsals 06:30 pm, Outreach Policy Group 06:45 pm, Young Adults 07:30 pm, Boy Scouts 07:30 pm, Buildings and Grounds Committee

wed 13

06:30 am, Men’s Bible Study, (Truro) 11:00 am, Holy Eucharist 05:00 pm, Ministry Training and Dinner 06:30 pm, Women's Bible Study 07:30 pm, Discipleship

thur 14

09:30 am, Women’s Bible Study 10:00 am, DOK Bible Study 06:30 pm, Marriage Course 07:15 pm, Parish Choir Rehearsal

fri 15

10:00 am, Old Testament Class 12:00 pm, Senior’s Lunch and Fellowship

sat 16

08:30 am, TPK Family Fun Run 05:00 pm, Spanish Alpha

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 11:15 am, Peacemakers Class 01:00 pm, Love the World Fellowship 05:00 pm, Alive@5 Worship Service with Communion 06:00 pm, Youth Group 06:00 pm, Alpha

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 and WOW Worship at both the 8:30 and 11:15 services. From 10-11am on Sundays we have Elementary Sunday School, and Special Forces for special needs children. Teens: Join us for ReAwakenings Sunday mornings from 10-11am. Youth Group is Sunday evenings from 6-8:30pm and includes dinner. For information about youth programs please contact Dave Lilley at 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 OPPORTUNITY: Mature female tenant to rent small bedroom with private bath and kitchen and laundry privileges near Rt. 66 and Chain Bridge Rd. in Oakton. Excellent location and safe neighborhood. No smoking or pets (owner has cat). Rent is $450. Call Sharon 703.934.1657 for more information. NEED: Drivers for Study Buddies. There are more children than the drivers can handle. Please contact Margie Urano at to volunteer your time. OPPORTUNITY: Volvo 2006 S60 2.5 Turbo—leather, new tires, new brakes, dealer maintained 106K miles, excellent condition $11500. Please contact NEED: Looking for someone to teach introductory computer lessons at a very low cost or for free. Seeking to enhance skills while seeking employment. Please call Maria 703.938.0538.

jobs ministry WE'VE CHANGED OUR LOOK! We are adding a section for employers and job fairs. Go to www.trurochurch. org/jobsministry for more information. 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 CHECK US OUT!

small group discussion sheets Small group discussion sheets are available in the Narthex, Chapel and as a resource file with each weeks sermon. Find them online at This week’s study questions will focus on the following lesson: Acts of the Apostles: How to Express Tough Love in Community, Acts 4:32–5:1–11, Luke 22:1–6; 47–53.

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. Please visit for submission details. Questions? Pls. contact, ext. 127.

read ahead Oct 17 Acts of the Apostles: A User’s Manual How to Mediate Conflict & Care for the Poor Acts 6:1–8 Luke 22:24–27

Truro Church 10520 Main Street, Fairfax, VA 22030 Rector: Tory Baucum Associate Rectors: Marshall Brown, 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 Lamb Center: 703.691.3178 Preschool: 703.691.1006 TIPS: ext. 530 E-mail: Vestry: Website:


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