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Thank you for reading our newsletter. In this edition we have news of a wonderful series of events happening this weekend: Men's Oktoberfest, Women's Renew, and the Blessing of the Animals. Then coming up later in October we have the opportunity to hear three beautiful choirs sing together as the offer a gift of worship to the Lord. Tickets for this event are available online and will sell out quickly. Plus, there is also an invitation for CCA artists. Information about all of these can be found in Life Together.

In addition there is information about opportunties to help with Hurricane Ian Relief in the Mission section and the 4th quarter GAD prayer list is available.

As always if you have any feedback or questions please let us know.

In His service,

Debbie Cela, Communications

Men's Oktoberfest Beer Tasting
Tomorrow, Friday, October 7, 6-9 PM, The Whitefield Center

Women's Renew: A Seat at The Table
Saturday, October 8, 9:30 - 11:30 AM, The Whitefield Center

Blessing of the Animals
Sunday, October 9, 3:30 PM, The Whitefield Center Lawn

Explore the CCA calendar available on our website by clicking here

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Fr. Craig -
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Blessing of the Animals

Fr. Craig and Colby send you and your pet a special invitation to this Sunday's Blessing of the Animals at the Whitefield Center at 3:30 p.m.

To watch the video click on the photo.


Vision Wall Update & Next Steps

Last month, our Parish Forum provided a unique opportunity to begin the process of intentional prayer and reflection on the future of a Vision Wall for Hebron Hall. Bob McWilliams led us through the rich legacy of discernment that has taken place in the past by reviewing the documents that resulted from a Vision Charrette that was held in 2019. Fr. Craig then invited everyone to prayerfully reflect on the areas of Worship, Mission, Catechesis and Life Together.  Everyone was encouraged to write down what we are doing well in each of those areas, as well as where we can reach further and wider moving forward. It is our hope that this activity will act as a catalyst for creating a vision wall in Hebron Hall.
During the month of October, everyone is encouraged to review the reflective prompts and resources linked here as a PDF. Valerie Hanks will be stationed at a table in Hebron Hall before and after the 10:30 a.m. service to distribute resources and gather any reflections. Please stop by the vision wall table this month and prayerfully contribute your thoughts/ideas/dreams for the future of this project.  
Questions? Contact Valerie Hanks

Apocalypse Then
Living Creatures: Speaker, Katherine Rush
Friday, October 14, 7 PM, The Whitefield Center
Join us at The Whitefield Center for a dynamic lecture and discussion by CCA member and SCAD Art History Professor, Dr. Katherine Rush. This event is free and open to the public!

Three Choirs Festival...Get your tickets NOW


On Sunday, October 16th The Friends of Cathedral Music will host the choirs of Wesley Monumental United Methodist and Christ Church Anglican as they join with the Cathedral choir, brass and organ for a spectacular night of music making featuring over 120 voices at The Cathedral Basilica of St. John the Baptist. Tickets for the Three Choirs Festival are on sale now, visit for more information. Here is a link to watch a video about the concert!

Calling All Artists!
Living Creatures November Event Pop Up Gallery, The Whitefield Center
Participants to confirm by October 17, 5 PM

Have you made something you would like to display? It does not need to be fancy or for sale-but it could be...we need all creatives to consider participating in the Living Creatures POP-UP GALLERY for First Friday Neighborhood Art Walk at The Whitefield Center on November 4, 6 p.m. - 9 p.m. Those interested in participating should contact Valerie Hanks by October 17.
Please plan on attending this family friendly event. It is a great opportunity to champion the many talented artists (working in ANY art or craft material) within our congregation!


Hurricane Ian Relief

Hurricane Ian hit Florida on September 28, where over 2.6 million homes and businesses have been impacted. The Anglican Relief and Disaster Fund is accepting monetary donations to the Joseph Fund and The Gulf Atlantic Diocese will be taking the lead as to receiving and coordinating relief activities across Florida.  
Want to Volunteer?
Contact the ARDF Disaster Response Network Director, Tommy Lamb

To learn more about our Disaster Response Network > 

To get involved >
Donation & Update Link

October 9The 18th Sunday After Pentecost (Proper 23)
Assisting in Worship
Schedule for those assisting in worship Read more>

Worship Schedule
  • 8 AM, Holy Eucharist, Nave
  • 9:15 AM*, Sunday School, Various Locations
  • 9:15 AM*, Catechesis Course, The Gathering Place
  • 10:30 AM*^, Holy Eucharist, Nave
  • 8 PM^, Compline
* Nursery provided for infants through 4 years old.
^ Service Live streamed via YouTube
Ruth 1:1-19/Psalm 113/2 Timothy 2:1-15/Luke 17:11-19

Weekly Collect
Proper 23 Week of October 9

O God, our refuge and strength, true source of all godliness: Graciously hear the devout prayers of your Church, and grant that those things which we ask faithfully, we may obtain effectually; through Jesus Christ our Lord, who lives and reigns with you and the Holy Spirit, one God, now and for ever.  Amen.
(From the ACNA 2019 Book of Common Prayer)

For the Diocese
Gulf Atlantic Diocese Prayer Cycle

4th Quarter
"For what we proclaim is not ourselves, but Jesus Christ as Lord, with ourselves as your servants for Jesus' sake."
2 Corinthians 4:5

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