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One of the items on the agenda of our annual parish meeting will be the election of four vestry members for the Class of 2020. Below please find their pictures and brief personal statements for your information. JOHN BARNHARDT    After graduating from Davidson College (B.S. 1967), and the University of Virginia School of Law…

2017 ANNUAL PARISH MEETING Our Annual parish meeting will be held during a luncheon following the 10:30 AM service on Sunday, September 17, 2017. Please sign up for this all-important meeting on the sheet provided in Jones Hall. We will elect our 2020 vestry class. Please review the information about each of our four nominees….

ART ON THE HILL CASHIERS QUILTERS GUILD TUESDAY, AUGUST 29TH AT 4:00 PM AT CHESTNUT HILL Art on the Hill at Chestnut Hill of Highlands will feature quilts stitched by members of the Cashiers Quilters Guild in the Clubhouse at Chestnut Hill, on Tuesday, August 29th, from 4:00 pm to 5:30 pm. Refreshments will be…

WHAT’S HAPPENED Canon Augusta Anderson has posted our Parish Profile and Office of Transition Management (OTM) document. WHAT’S HAPPENING NOW Canon Augusta will be accepting candidates throughout the month of August. WHAT HAPPENS NEXT The Discernment Committee will review applications and consider candidates.

WEDNESDAY NIGHT SUPPER THE REV. JANE SIGLOH AUGUST 23RD 5:30 PM The Reverend Jane Sigloh received an undergraduate degree from Sweet Briar College, A Masters in English and and Creative Writing from Hollins University, and a Master in Divinity from Yale University. She was ordained in the Diocese of Connecticut and served as a parish…

GROW YOUR CHRISTIAN FAITH THIS SEASON Mark Your Calendars Our relationship with God is based on faith, and the important thing is not for us to have a lot of knowledge about where we are on our spiritual journey but actually to be on it. There are many spiritual disciplines that keep us progressing on…

Members of the Church of the Incarnation respond to God’s matchless generosity through gifts of time, talent, and treasure.  The Bell Tower Endowment offers several giving opportunities in addition to regular tithes and offerings.  These donations help ensure that our historic building and grounds support the mission and ministry of Incarnation. Please think of the…

The website Contemplative Outreach defines centering prayer as follows: Centering Prayer is a receptive method of silent prayer that prepares us to receive the gift of contemplative prayer, prayer in which we experience God’s presence within us, closer than breathing, closer than thinking, closer than consciousness itself. This method of prayer is both a relationship…

When a victim of domestic violence works up the courage to leave an abusive situation and seek shelter for herself and her children, the question often arises: What about the pets? The uprooting of their lives can be traumatic enough. But when a pet is involved, it can be doubly agonizing – especially for children…

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