Fall is a nostalgic time in the garden as we watch the many colors of summer fade away, to be replaced by browns, reds and gold until the first hard freeze.  It is also a time of excitement and reflection on what was successful and fulfilling for the gardeners not only those who garden for…

The Outreach Committee met on September 19th; attending were Bobby O’Dell, Al Brady, Franklin Ingram, Bill Lee, and Ron Leslie. Bill Lee reviewed the status of the Reach Project. Concerns voiced included the insured status of our volunteers which would protect them in case of accident. The Macon Building Inspector completed a site visit on…

Present: Linda Arnold, John Barnhardt, Selwyn Chalker, Jeannie Chambers, Tom Claiborne, Cathy Crosby, Julie Farrow, Kirsten Huscusson, Lana Jordan, Ron Leslie, Heath Massey, David Moore, Vernon Skiles, Margaret Waters, Martha Wright. DISCERNMENT – Tom Claiborne reported that the committee was no longer accepting applications. The committee has begun interviews via videoconference, and will attempt to…

Spiritual Seekers Class 9:15-10:10 Sunday mornings in the library September 17-November 12 The Road Back to You: An Enneagram Path to Self-Discovery In the Great Commandment Jesus said, “‘You shall love the Lord your God with all your heart, and with all your soul, and with all your mind.’ This is the greatest and first commandment. And…

  Break out your lederhosen and dirndls – Oktoberfest approaches!   Incarnation’s traditional Oktoberfest celebration will be held on Wednesday, October 18th, from 6:00 pm to 9:00 pm in Jones Hall. Our grill-meisters will be Selwyn Chalker and Stephen and Carol Lucas. Michael Lanzilotta will serve his sweet and sour cabbage, and Jim Rothermel and team…

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The Bell Tower Endowment was created to help maintain our beautiful church buildings and grounds.  Evidence of its work this past year can be seen in the refinishing and painting of the exterior of the chapel.  Please consider remembering the Endowment in your will or estate plan so that your gift will continue to grow…

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…

Urgent need: Spanish translator for Community Care                 Do you have some time? Do you have a talent? Volunteering is one way you can become part of the ministry of our church. The church’s website lists volunteer opportunities at the agencies in our community that help those in need.                 Each week, we will feature…

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