Formation and Worship Offerings
Sunday Formation for Youth and Children, weekly. Journey to Adulthood (J2A) youth, ages 13–18, meet in the Youth Suite (basement level, Parish House). Catechesis of the Good Shepherd children, ages 2–12, meet on first floor in the Toddler Atrium and Levels 1–3 Atria (classrooms). 9:30–10:30 a.m. in the Parish House.
Sunday Formation for Adults, December 4, 9:30–10:30 a.m. In the Parish Hall (second floor, Parish House), the Annual Meeting of the Parish will be conducted. All adult offerings are suspended on this day. On December 11, the Parish Hall Forum presents “The Gift of Prayer: Praying the Daily Office” and in the Town Choir Room (basement, Parish House), Contemplative Prayer will be facilitated by the Reverend Dr. Paul Hanneman, Formation Partner, from 9:30 until 10:15 a.m. Hanneman writes, “Contemplation in the Christian tradition has a passive aspect and an active aspect. The first happens to you–maybe in a moment of high joy, or of deep sorrow, maybe in a seemingly everyday moment. Something flashes forth, a moment of oneness; then it recedes. Contemplation becomes active when we assume a certain stance that offers the least resistance to the potential return of the experience of oneness. The new season of Advent is an appropriate time to practice active contemplation as we prepare and wait for the Advent of our Lord.”
Sunday Evenings at St. Peter’s: “Advent Evenings” Spread the word about “Advent Evenings: Holy Eucharist with Music” at 5:00 p.m. on December 4, 11, and 18. Each liturgy will include a homily, moments of silence, and diverse musical offerings for the season of Advent. On most second and fourth Sundays at 5:00 p.m., we offer Choral Evensong and Holy Eucharist. The last one for Fall 2016 was on November 13, and the next will be on January 8. The complete Fall 2016-January 2017 schedule for Sunday Evenings at St. Peter’s is available by clicking here.
Advent Lessons and Carols, Sunday, December 4: During the 10:45 a.m. service, the St. Peter’s Choir, clergy, and readers present our annual festival of Advent Lessons and Carols. This Episcopal/Anglican liturgy dates back to 1880 in England when Christians gathered to reflect on the gift of creation and humanity, the promise of the Messiah, and the birth of Jesus. Lessons are interspersed with congregational carols, choral anthems, and music for organ. This service sets the tone for a deeply meaningful holiday season and will include the Holy Eucharist. Afterward, all are invited to the Parish Festive Advent Potluck Luncheon in the Parish Hall. Click here for sign-up to bring a dish and/or help out with this annual parish life event.
Learn How to Lead Morning Prayer: The Reverend Joslyn Ogden Schaefer will meet with parishioners interested in learning how to officiate Morning Prayer, which is offered daily, Monday–Friday at 8:00 a.m. in our chapel. The training will last about an hour and begin immediately following Morning Prayer on Tuesday, December 13. Questions or to reserve a spot contact firstname.lastname@example.org.
Waking Up White Book Discussion: St. Peter’s has an ongoing commitment to racial justice, viewing it as essential to God’s work of reconciling all people to Godself through Christ. All are invited to read Waking Up White by Debby Irving over the holiday season. We will be discussing themes from this book on two consecutive Wednesday nights, January 4 and 11, 7:00–8:00 p.m. If there is interest in a daytime group, please email the Reverend Joslyn Schaefer (email@example.com), and we’ll get one together. The discussions will be facilitated by St. Peter’s clergy.
Voting for 2017-2019 Vestry Nominees. In preparation for the Annual Meeting of the Parish on December 4, early voting will be available during Monday–Friday parish office hours through December 2. On Sunday, December 4, you may vote at the voting table located at the entrance to the Parish Hall before the start of the 9:30 a.m. meeting.
Pub Theology, Thursday, December 1: Holiday Traditions, Trials, and Triumphs. This month’s Pub Theology will be hosted on Thursday, December 1, 6:00–8:00 p.m. at Chez Ferguson (3131 Fairfax Drive, 28209, 704-442-5529, home of Phyllis Ferguson). The Reverend Joslyn Ogden Schaefer, Associate Rector, will facilitate a conversation about “Holiday Traditions, Trials, and Triumphs.” Bring your own beverage. Soup and light snacks will be provided at this casual, always lively, drop-in event. Spread the word and bring a guest.
Registration Open for Women’s Advent Retreat, Saturday, December 3. During Advent, we wait for God to be born as a human being, “God with us.” We also anticipate God being more fully revealed in each of us. All women are invited to a morning of quiet reflection, to rest in amazement at God’s presence in their lives. The retreat is offered without cost at Galilee Center (3610 Central Avenue) and will be led by Toni Hagerman. Hagerman is program coordinator at Galilee Center, a spiritual director, retreat leader, and faith formation consultant. Register by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org or call 704-900-5210.
Annual Meeting of the Parish: Sunday, December 4. The Rector, Wardens, and Vestry invite all members and newcomers to attend the Annual Meeting at 9:30 a.m. in the Parish Hall, an important one-hour occasion to undertake key business matters. The meeting will include the election of new Vestry members, ministry area reports, a 2017 operating budget draft, and brief remarks from the Wardens and Rector. The Vestry nominees for 2017-2019 are Carolyn Carlburg, Elsie Erneston, John Frederick, John Hurst, Maria Long, Thayer Moeller, and Cooper Morrison, presented by the Vestry Nominating Committee (Irma Hoffman, Des Keller, Dave Lavoie, Nelda Leon). All communicants in good standing may vote for Vestry nominees and on other business concerns. Communicants in good standing are baptized members, at least sixteen years of age, who for the previous year have been faithful in corporate worship, unless for good cause prevented, and have been faithful in working, praying, and giving for the spread of the Kingdom of God. You may read profiles of each candidate at www.st-peters.org/vestry-nominees and voting will be available during parish office hours, Monday–Friday, November 21–December 2; and on Sunday, December 4.
Festive Advent Potluck Luncheon, Sunday, December 4. Join the parish family to celebrate the Advent Season with food and fellowship in the Parish Hall following the 10:45 a.m. Advent Lessons and Carols. Click here for sign-up to bring a dish and/or help out with this annual parish life event by responding on our parish website. Questions? Contact Vestry Coordinator for Fellowship, Paige Ghareeb (email@example.com, 704-947-8986).
Annual Holiday Concerts of The Choir School. On December 9 and 10, 7:30 p.m. at St. Peter’s, all ensembles of The Choir School at St. Peter’s will come together for this beloved holiday tradition. The concerts will feature traditional and contemporary selections. Advance general admission tickets are $15 or $5 for children under 12. Reserved blocks of four tickets are available for $100. More information is available online: www.thechoirschool.org.
Parents with Young Children Service Opportunity, Sunday, December 11: Parents and their young children are invited to make Advent and Christmas cards for parishioners who have difficulty attending worship in the Parish Hall after the 10:45 a.m. liturgy. A simple lunch will be served. Don’t miss out on this holiday time of fellowship and service. To notify Director of Children’s Formation, Anna Hurdle, of your plans to attend, please RSVP here: www.st-peters.org/rsvp.
Annual Youth Advent Fair through Sunday, December 11. Prepare your hearts and homes for Advent with an assortment of items. Advent candle sets (purple or blue) with necessary rings and wreaths, calendars, handmade Anglican rosaries with prayers and velvet pouch, ornaments, gift-boxed beaded earrings and bracelets, hand-crocheted towels, Chico reusable grocery bags, Episcopal shield stickers, Episcopal shield car tags, baked goods, St. Peter’s t-shirts (long and short sleeved), and more. AutoBell tickets also will be available. Shopping at St. Peter’s will benefit our Youth Pilgrimage Fund.
Panthers Tailgate Roof Party to Benefit Youth, Sunday, December 11. Make arrangements for a “tailgate” and game viewing party on St. Peter’s Parish House Rooftop on Sunday, December 11 after the 10:45 a.m. liturgy. Three kinds of chili, bratwurst and slaw, and chips will be served; assorted beverages including beer and wine will be available for a donation. Tickets will be available at the Advent Fair on November 20 and 27 and December 4 and 11. Adults, $10; teens 12–18, $6; children 6–11, $4; and 5 and under, no charge. Parents with young children are encouraged to participate in the Service Opportunity (mentioned above) and may consider leaving their children in a play area in the Parish Hall while they watch the game.
Next Center City Concert, Monday, December 19. At Noon on third Mondays, St. Peter’s hosts a free concert in the church. December features holiday choral music with The Burli Singers, conducted by Rob Burlington, Director of Music Arts at Cannon School. The program includes favorite Christmas carols and anthems, and opportunities to sing along. Learn more at www.centercityconcerts.org.
Room in the Inn starts December 7. Our parish coordinators of Room in the Inn (RITI) of Urban Ministry Center are actively seeking to connect with new volunteers for this seasonal in-house ministry. Each Wednesday evening through March, St. Peter’s Church provides a warm, welcoming place where twelve neighbors can share a meal and sleep in our Parish Hall. Volunteers handle every aspect of this ministry, from providing and serving meals, making sack lunches, setting up beds, cooking and serving breakfast, staying overnight, and doing laundry. To learn more, come to the Room in the Inn Potluck Kickoff Dinner on Wednesday, November 30 at 5:30 p.m. and let one of our team members show you the ropes. If you would like to get involved RSVP for the RITI Potluck, contact Bert Miano (firstname.lastname@example.org, 205-222-7527).
Parish House Advent Tree Supports Supportive Housing Communities. Our Advent Tree for the “White Beard Project” provides a stuffed stocking to each resident of McCreesh Place on Christmas Eve. McCreesh Place is a Supportive Housing Communities residence for formerly addicted men who are transitioning to improved lives. Please visit the tree in the Parish House lobby to take an ornament, purchase full size items (not hotel or travel size) in the quantity noted on the back of the ornament, and place both your gift and ornament under the tree on or before Sunday, December 18. The stockings will be stuffed on December 18 after worship by the Youth Pilgrim Class and the Advisory Team.
Young Adults First Sunday Brunch. The December Brunch will be to join the whole parish at the Festive Advent Parish Potluck Luncheon on December 4 in the Parish Hall after the 10:45 a.m. liturgy.
Senior Class (55+) Third Tuesday Luncheon. The December Senior Class (55+) Luncheon will be Shun Lee Palace (4340 Colwick Road in Cotswold) on Tuesday December 20, at 11:30 a.m. For more information, contact Hannah Craighill (704-334- 6276) or Jay Partington (704-523-1831). Senior Class members also are encouraged to attend the Festive Advent Parish Potluck Luncheon on Sunday, December 4.
Children’s Christmas Pageant Preparation. Our pageant will be offered as the Liturgy of the Word for the 4:00 p.m. Holy Eucharist on Christmas Eve. Children take on various roles as active participants in the Gospel of Luke. All children, ages 2 through 12, are encouraged to join the cast of this annual tradition. We will meet on Saturday, December 17, 9:00 a.m. – 11:00 a.m., for costume and script distribution and rehearsal. A final rehearsal will be held on December 24 from 2:30 p.m. until the beginning of the service. If you are unable to attend the first session, alternative arrangements can be made. Snacks will be provided at both rehearsals. In addition to the Holy Family, angels, sheep and shepherds, we would like young readers for the lessons. Teens are needed to help herd the shepherds and fly with the angels. If your child or children would like to participate in the pageant, or if you would like to assist in the production of the pageant, contact Director of Children’s Formation, Anna Hurdle (email@example.com, 704-749-6156).
201st Annual Convention Highlights. “Equipping the Saints” was the theme for the November 18–19 Convention of the Diocese of North Carolina in Raleigh. Our parish delegation was composed of the Rector, the Associate Rector, and five lay delegates: Mark Boyd, John Budall, Josephine Hicks, Des Keller, and Amy Dillon King. Each will gather again on March 4, 2017 for a special convention at Canterbury School in Greensboro to elect our twelfth Bishop Diocesan. Also representing St. Peter’s were Director of Youth Formation, Lyn Holt, a member of the Bishop Search Transition Committee; and Congregational Development Ministry Team Leader, Cooper Morrison, a participant on a panel of young adults and youth dedicated to reconciliation and addressing injustice. Read Recap: 201st Annual Convention or About The Search for the XII Bishop of North Carolina. Paper copies of each are available in the Parish House lobby.
Beyond our Doors
Episcopal Summer Camps for Children & Youth: North Carolina is blessed to have three overnight summer camp programs for children and youth: Camp Henry at Lake Logan, Camp Kanuga in Hendersonville, and Camp Trinity near Pine Knoll Shores. Anna Hurdle and Lyn Holt (Directors of Children and Youth Formation, respectively) can answer initial questions you might have about these camp experiences. Our own diocese sponsors a week-long HUGS camp for campers living with disability and teens who assist them. These camps enhance the faith formation programs St. Peter’s offers. Check them out!
Grief and Hope Class: Coping with grief can be especially challenging during the holiday season. The Reverend Amanda Robertson offers a four-week class to help you express grief and stay in touch with hope. Classes are held at Holy Comforter Episcopal Church, 2701 Park Rd. Contact the Reverend Amanda Robertson to sign up: firstname.lastname@example.org. The classes are held Wednesday night from 6:00–7:15 p.m. on November 30, December 7, 14, and 21.
Community Book Discussion will be hosted by Holy Comforter Episcopal Church with three sessions in December and three sessions in January – December 4, 11, 18, and January 8, 15, and 22. The gatherings are 5:00–7:00 p.m., with dinner and child care provided. Books are available at Holy Comforter or contact Beth Hardin, email@example.com, for a delivery or shipment and to reserve a spot.
Community Dinners at Galilee Center: Every Thursday night, the Galilee Center offers a free dinner at 5:30 p.m. These meals are a wonderful way to get to know some new neighbors (some of whom are refugees) and learn more about the amazing ministries of Galilee Ministries of East Charlotte (GMEC). No need to RSVP. Just show up at 3601 Central Avenue and bring others along.
Looking Ahead: Mark Your Calendars
December 11: Service Opportunity & Lunch for Families with Young Children (Parish Hall 12:30 p.m.)
December 24: Christmas Eve Liturgies – 4:00 p.m. Holy Eucharist with Pageant (nursery provided), 7:00 p.m. Holy Eucharist (6:45 p.m. Choral Prelude, nursery provided), and 10:30 p.m. Holy Eucharist (10:00 p.m. Choral Prelude, no nursery).
December 25: Christmas Day Liturgies – 8:00 a.m. and 10:45 a.m. Holy Eucharist. No formation classes and no Sunday evening liturgy.
January 6: Feast of the Epiphany (Friday), 6:00 p.m. Holy Eucharist and Burning of the Greens
January 6-7: Vestry Retreat and New Vestry Member Orientation
April 21–23, 2017: Women’s Retreat at Valle Crucis Conference Center with St. Martin’s Charlotte
2017 Annual Fund Update
As of Thursday, December 1, 281 pledges totaling $792,315 have been received toward our $975,000 goal. The Annual Fund Leadership and Vestry are grateful for each pledge received to-date, while seeking 100% participation from all member households. To pledge online before the Annual Meeting of the Parish on Sunday, December 4, visit www.st-peters.org/annualfund, or pledge via paper form at the Parish House. It is hopeful and exciting to watch the 2017 pledgers’ list (below) grow as the Treasurer and Finance Committee work faithfully to develop a budget that will sufficiently support the financial aspect of life at St. Peter’s.
Mr. Payson Adams, III; Mrs. Jeanne Agan; Mr. Jim Amburn; Mr. Horace Andrews; Ms. Candace Armstrong; The Honorable John Arrowood; Mr. Robert Atkins; Mr. Michael Baker & Mr. Matt Knox; Mrs. Susan Baldwin; The Rev. & Mrs. James Bartos; Mr. & Mrs. Dalon Bass; Mr. & Mrs. C. Robert Beaird; Mr. Bob Beardsley & Mr. Frank Steele; Mr. Steve Bentley & Mr. David Deal; Mr. Earl Bernard; Mr. Timothy Bice; Dr. Michele Birch; Ms. Elizabeth Blackwood; Ms. Sandra Blair; Mr. & Mrs. Ovi Bocanegra; Mr. & Mrs. Matthew Bossemeyer; Mr. & Mrs. Erskine Bowles; Mr. & Mrs. Samuel Bowles; Mr. Mark Boyd & Mr. Andre Fleuriel; Mr. & Mrs. John Bradberry; Mr. Chase Branham; Mr. & Mrs. Keith Brent; Mr. & Mrs. John Brien; Ms. Elizabeth Brodie & Dr. Damian Bracy; Mr. Neil Broncaccio; Ms. Debra Brooks; Dr. Barbara Brown; Mr. Bill Bryan & Ms. Mary Margaret Myers; Mr. & Mrs. John Budall; Mr. & Mrs. Steven Burke; Mr. Louis Burkhead & Ms. Joan Graham; Laurie and Rob Burlington; Mr. David Burn; Mr. John Burnett; Mr. & Mrs. Daniel Busch; Mr. & Mrs. Charlie Caldwell; Ms. Carolyn Carlburg; Dr. & Mrs. Kent Carpenter; Mr. Rob Carpenter; Mrs. Elise Cathey; Mr. & Mrs. Timothy Chapin; Mr. Dumont Clarke & Ms. Shirley Linn; Mr. & Mrs. Marcus Clarke; Mr. Maurice Clarke; The Rev. Julie C. Clarkson; Mr. Ellison Clary & Ms. Linda Gallehugh; Mrs. Robin Cochran; Ms. Tina Coelho; Mrs. Gina Columna; Ms. Jo Cooley; Mrs. Suzanne Coonen; Mrs. Gloria Cooper; Mr. & Mrs. Christopher Corcoran; Mrs. Elizabeth Corzine; Ms. Chantalle Couba; Mrs. James B. Craighill; Mr. & Mrs. Christopher Cudabac; Mr. & Mrs. Geoffrey Curme; Mr. Josiah Daniels; Ms. Mary Katherine Davis; Mr. John Denti; Mr. Jim DiMartino & Mr. Sam Gardner, III; Mr. & Mrs. Jonathan Dresser; Mr. & Mrs. Jim Dudley; Mr. Daniel Duggan, Jr; Mrs. James M. Dumbell; Ms. Nancy Duncan; Mr. And Mrs. & Mrs. Anthony Dunn; Ms. Isabella Dunn; Dr. John Dunn; Ms. Carmencita Elijah; Mr. and Mrs. Brian Ellsworth; Ms. Elsie Erneston; Ms. Katherine Everett; Ms. Roberta Farman Stein; Mrs. Minta Jane Ferguson; Dr. & Mrs. Robert Ferguson; Mr. & Mrs. Quentin Fogan; Dr. & Mrs. Ronald Follmer; Mr. Thomas Forte; Dr. John Frederick & Mr. Anthony Craghead; Ms. Alexandria Freeman & Mr. Neil Delap; Mr. Brian Gallagher & Mr. Terry Prince; Mr. Pendley Garrett; Mr. & Mrs. Tom Ghareeb; Ms. Diana Gibbs; Dr. Margaret Gibson; Mr. & Mrs. Lee Gilman; Ms. Lydia Gittens; The Rt. Rev. & Mrs. Gary Gloster; Mr. Carlos Gonzalez; Mr. Kenneth Goodwin & Mr. Peter Richard; Ms. Mary Gotschall; Mr. & Mrs. Vernon G. Graves; Mr. and Mrs. James Green; Mr. & Mrs. Donald Greene; Ms. Lynn Griffin; Mr. & Mrs. Richard Gross; Mr. & Mrs. Brian Hacker; Mr. Wilbert Haith; Dr. John Hall & Mr. Robbie Howell; The Rev. Dr. Paul Hanneman; Ms. Ann Haskell; Mr. Robert Headley; Ms. Josephine Hicks; The Rev. & Mrs. William Hinson, Jr.; Ms. Catherine Hoffman; Mrs. Irma Hoffman; Mr. Michael Hoffman; Mr. & Mrs. John Hoke; Mrs. & Mr. Harris Holt, III; Mr. and Mrs. Christopher Holtz; Mr. Andrew Horgan & Mr. Alex Choong; Ms. Katherine Hughes; Mr. & Mrs. Andy Hung; Mr. & Mrs. Dandridge Hurdle; Mr. & Mrs. John Hurst, Jr.; Ms. Kimberly Hurst; Mr. Walt Hutchinson; Mr. Douglas Hutto & Mr. Steve Thomas; Ms. Louise Im; Mr. Thomas Im & Mr. Michael Loose; Ms. Marie Irving; Dr. & Mrs. David Jacobs; Mrs. Nancy Jewell; Mrs. Edith Johnson; Mr. & Mrs. J. Michael Johnson; Ms. Elaine Jones; Mr. & Mrs. Greg Jones; Mr. John Joslin; Mr. & Mrs. William Kalbas; Mr. Walter Kearns; Mr. & Mrs. Desmond Keller; Mr. & Mrs. Paul Keller, Jr.; Mr. & Mrs. William Kelly; Dr. John Ketron & Mr. Michael Wright; Carl and Amy Dillon King; Mr. Thomas Kiser; Ms. Maureen Kivney; Mary, Ben, Helen, Amelia & Sam Klauder; Mr. & Mrs. Michael Koppenal; Mr. & Mrs. William Krewson; Dr. & Mrs. Christopher Lakin; Mr. & Mrs. John Lamb; The Rev. & Mrs. Keith C. Lane; Ms. Amanda Lapp & Mr. Nathaniel Heyward; Ms. Lynn Lau; Mr. & Mrs. David Lavoie; Ms. Lynnette Lewis; Mrs. Betty Little; Mr. & Mrs. Nevan Little; Mrs. Trissy Lomax; Mr. & Mrs. Dean Loven; Mr. & Mrs. Zachary Luszcz; Ms. Lisa Lynn & Ms. Caren Akin; Mrs. Claudia Macauley; Mr. & Mrs. Thomas Mandon; Mr. Elwood Manigault; Mr. & Mrs. Richard Markel; Mrs. Susanne Martin; Mr. & Mrs. Richard Mautz, III; Ms. Janie Maybeck; Ms. Susan McConnell; Mr. Jim McEwen & Ms. Nelda Leon; Mrs. Dorothy McGavran; Ms. Patricia McGrath; Mr. & Mrs. Brian McKeon; Ms. Hulene McLean; Ms. Judith McLeod; Mr. Al McMillian & Ms. Sydney Burgess; Mr. Ray McNeely; Mr. Joshua Meloy; Ms. Wendy Merrill; Mr. & Mrs. Bert Miano; Ms. Lena Miano; Mr. & Mrs. Howard Mixter; Mr. & Mrs. Thayer Moeller; Ms. Kathryn J. Moland; Mrs. Jean Mooney; Mrs. Antonia Moore; Mr. & Ms. Daniel Moore; Mr. & Mrs. John Moore, III; Mr. & Mrs. Peter Morgan; Mr. Samuel Morgan; Mr. Austin Morphies; Mr. & Mrs. Micah Morrison; Mr. & Mrs. Cooper Morrison, Jr.; Mr. & Mrs. George Mundle; Mr. Todd Murphy; Mr. & Mrs. Daniel Nelson; Mr. & Mrs. Andrew Nicholson, III; Mr. Charles Noe & Randy Peacock; The Rev. Eleanor Norman & Mr. Blake Shell; Mr. & Mrs. John Norton, II; Mr. William Norton; Ms. Anna Norton; Mr. & Mrs. C.J. O’Neill; Ms. Jennifer O’Neill; Mr. & Mrs. James Owens; Mr. James Padgett; Dr. Leland Park; Mr. John Parker, III; Mr. & Mrs. James Partington, III; Mr. Michael Pawlyk & Ms. Elizabeth Richardson; Ms. Betty Payne; Miss Edith Pearson; Mr. & Mrs. Tim Pechar; Dr. William Pfischner; Dr. & Mrs. Daniel Raiford; Mr. Patrick Ratchford; Ms. Kristine Reid; Mr. Maximillian Reid; The Rev. & Mrs. Ollie V. Rencher; Mr. & Mrs. Michael Restaino; Mr. & Mrs. Kevin Ringley; Greg Robbins & Brian Burden; The Honorable Jennifer & Mr. Manley Roberts; Mr. Manley Roberts; Ms. Marie Robertson; Ms. Onesha Sanders; Ms. Nancy Sarazen; Ms. Callina Satterfield; Ms. Paula Savich; The Rev. Joslyn Ogden & Dr. Brian Schaefer; Mr. & Mrs. Richard Schroeder; Mrs. Yvette Seaton; Ms. Mary Lynn Sepkowitz; Mr. & Mrs. James Shannonhouse, Jr.; Mr. Harry Shaw; Mr. & Mrs. John Shumate; Mr. & Mrs. Edward Smith, II; Mr. Mason Smith; Mr. Miles Smith; Mr. Rob Smith & Ms. Maria Long; Mr. & Mrs. Jeffrey Spinazzolla; Mr. Michael Spivey; Mr. & Mrs. Tate Sterrett; Mr. & Mrs. Robert Stigall; Mr. Wes Sturgis & Ms. Janet Keny; The Rev. Carl Synan; Mrs. & Mr. Wil Teichman; Mrs. Norveline Thomas; Mr. & Mrs. Willie Thomas; Mr. Wes Thompson & Mr. Trey Owen; Dr. John Thompson, Jr.; Mr. & Mrs. Robert Thompson; Mr. & Mrs. Robert Tindle; Mr. & Mrs. James Tringas; Mrs. Mary Anna Turner; Mr. & Mrs. Andrew Uglehus; Dr. & Mrs. Gerald Vanderpool; Mr. Carl Waiters; Mr. & Mrs. Gary Wald; Dr. George Waterhouse; Mrs. Eulada Watt; Ms. Charmaine Welch; Mrs. Helena Welch; Ms. Hope Westerfield & Ms. Marti Henderson; Mrs. Cynthia White; Ms. Carole Whittington; Ms. Lisa Wielunski; Mr. Eric Wilkins & Dr. Annie Bowles; Mrs. Mary Williams and family; Mr. & Mrs. Joseph Williamson; Mr. & Mrs. William Williamson, III; Mr. & Mrs. Mike Wilson; Ms. Lindie Wilson; Mr. & Mrs. Klif Wommack; Mary Virginia and Dan Woodall; Mrs. Ruth Woodend; Mr. Alec Yale; Mr. & Mrs. Peter Young; Mr. & Mrs. John Zemaitis; Mr. & Mrs. Philip Zulick
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