Category: From our Rector

Ted Curtis, Obituary

Ted Curtis, a longtime member of our parish, died peacefully on Tuesday at home. He was 93 years old and was a parishioner of St. Margaret’s since he was eight years old! His wife of...

On Being Incarnate Christians

We are three weeks into liturgical year A and the Season of Advent and continue to contemplate the incarnation of Jesus, that is, his embodiment among us.   We may also consider how to...

From our Rector

Thank you for the opportunity to serve as chaplain at Camp Bishopswood next week, which demonstrates St. Margaret’s strong commitment to youth. Your prayers for the youth and staff will be greatly appreciated. Deacon...

God Loves a Cheerful Giver

It’s hard to keep track of all the work of God surrounding us! Recently Margie Spencer-Smith, Ed and Pam Williams, Marion Fletcher, and others did significant work on our parish grounds. Thank you, all!...

God Loves a Cheerful Giver

God has been active at St. Margaret’s while I was away for my friend Cindi’s ordination in Minneapolis and the pastoral care conference in Orlando.   Much activity continued this week. Thank you to Dennis...

God Loves a Cheerful Giver

Thank you to everyone who engages in contemporary issues and works for positive social change that improves the lives of people, animals, and cares for the Earth.   Often the voices of the faith community...

God Loves a Cheerful Giver

I attended a clergy gathering with +Bishop Steve on Thursday afternoon and was impressed by the deep sharing, laughter, and support among clergy. This level of communication – Holy Communication – frequently occurs within...

God Loves a Cheerful Giver

Thank you, everyone, for being so hospitable when people first attend St. Margaret’s. As many of you know, I spend a great deal of time out in the community as a way of reaching...

God Loves a Cheerful Giver

Thank you to everyone who pledged during our stewardship campaign.   I will be writing personal thank you letters in the coming days.   Our collective generosity allows us to be faithful to our baptismal promises...

God loves a cheerful giver

My seminary faculty advisor, Bishop Keith Whitmore, is the assisting bishop of the Episcopal Diocese of Atlanta.   Occasionally one of us would ask him what we should be doing in our parish assignments, with...