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                                                                                                                          The VoiceA Monthly Newsletter of
                                                                                                                              St. Andrew’s in-the-Pines
                                   Your 2007 Vestry
                                                                                                                                  Episcopal Church
Rev. Paul Elliott, H, 404-869-6139, C,404-822-7302,                                           
Wayne Franz ,Treasurer, 678-364-8806,
Senior Warden, Richard Bearden, 770-487-8372,                                                           December 2007
Junior Warden, Bill Permar, 770-487-6853,
Almeda Bishop, 770-252-9204,
Bert Bivings, 770-487-4131
                                                                                                                Upcoming Events
John Flynn, 770-631-0956,                                                        Dec 6—Reading Circle Christmas Party 7 pm
Jackie Hackney, 770-487-9931,
                                                                                                                       Dec 8—ECW Bazaar
Hub Lindsey, 770-461-9605,
Lee Lipscomb, 770-487-5376,
                                                                                                                        Cookies with Santa
Russell Parry, 770-719-7713,                                                             Dec 9—Bishop Alexander’s Visit
Vestry meetings—are the third Monday of each month at 7:00 p.m.
                                                                                                        Confirmation, Reception and Reaffirmation
                                                                                            Dec 12 & 13—Pre School - Holiday Celebration of Music —11 am
   Please Contact the Church Office if you or someone you know needs a                                     Dec 13—ECW Christmas Party—11 am
        home or hospital visit and/or to be placed on the prayer list.
                                                                                            Dec 24—Christmas Pageant and Holy Eucharist Rite II— 4:30 pm
                                                                                                         Holy Eucharist Rite II—10:30 pm
                           The Reverend Paul Elliott, Interim Rector                                    Dec 25— Christmas Holy Eucharist—10 am
                                     Lyla Parry, Secretary
                                    Diana Blosser, Organist                                                 Dec 31— New Year’s Dinner— 7 pm
                       Office Hours: Monday-Friday, 9 a.m.-12:00 Noon
                         Office (770) 487-8415 FAX (770) 631-9821
                      Preschool (770) 486-8203, Susan Grayson, Director                    Interim Rector……….2-3        Advent Trees.….…….9       Reading Group……...17
                                                                                           Senior Warden…..…..4-5       New Year’s Eve……..10      ECW Fall Meet...…...18
St. Andrew’s-in-the-Pines Episcopal Church               Non-Profit Organization           Bishop Visit…………...5         Hymns…...………… 11          12Days………………19
316 Peachtree Parkway North                                  US Postage Paid
Peachtree City GA 30269                                      Permit # 112
                                                                                           Annual Meeting……….5          Outreach……..……..12        Register……………...20
Address Service Requested                                    Peachtree City GA 30269       Office Closed………….5          ECW…………..…….13            Advent………………20
                                                                                           Junior Warden…………6           ECW Bazaar………...14        Church Terms…...21-22
                                                                                           Christmas Services..…...7    Cookies Santa…..15-16     Christian Education...23
                                                                                           Holiday Dinner………...7        Pre School..…..…….16      Worship Services…...23
                                                                                           Flower Guild…………..8          Out Reach..…...……..17     Your Vestry & more...24
                                                                                           Grounds………………..8             Teens………………..17
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                                                                                                                  Ecclesiastical Terms - Bishop

     As I reflect in the past church year and joyfully anticipate the coming year, the image I
have is of coming out of darkness into glorious light. What a year we have shared, one year
ago, St Andrew’s seemed to be in a very dark place. If you were here at that time, I am sure
you will remember. If you are a new member, you may not be aware of the situation we
     At that time, the Rector and leadership basically wanted to unbrand St. Andrews in the
Pines Episcopal Church from the Diocese of Atlanta and start St. Andrews in the Pines An-         Rochet—A fine linen alb with full sleeves.
glican Church, affiliated with the Bishop of Nigeria. As you know, the leadership made
attempt to bring this about and we loyal Episcopalians found ourselves out in the dark, cold
                                                                                                  Chimere—A vestment, long, usually of black satin with armholes, but no
and broke. I am not a good enough wordsmith to describe the range of emotions and anxiety
we initially experienced during this dark time.
     Our Bishop did not allow us to stay on the pity porch for long. A ray of light appeared
in the form of a called meeting of faithful Episcopalians to be held in the east, at the Church
of Nativity, Fayetteville. Mysterious ways? Go east to a church whose name means birth
to start the rebirth of St. Andrews. The Bishop opened the meeting and assured us of his full
support. The first order of business was to find a place for us to worship. Bishop Alexander
offered to rent temporary space and provide everything required for us to continue until
such time we could reclaim our church building. This appeared to be a practical strategy
until Russ Parry stood up and told the Bishop, H… No, that is our church and we are not
going anywhere. Everyone in attendance, including the Bishop, appeared to slap their              Cope—A long circular cloak varying in color with the church season,
heads and agree with this wise man. For me, this was the exact moment of St. Andrew’s r
                                                                                                  worn in processions or services.
re-birth. With enormous support form the Diocese and a new can do spirit, we                      Mitre—A ceremonial headpiece representing symbolically, the tongues of
Episcopalians were able to reclaim our church property within six days of Russ Parry’s            fire which lighted on the heads of the apostles at Pentecost.

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                                                                                               Much like the Magi who followed a Shining Star, we were guided back home by

     Register                                                                       a loving hand. This loving hand had left a light on. The wise men who found Jesus offered
                                                                                    gifts. Upon our return, our gift will be to increase the intensity of this light we found by
                                                                                    using our time, talent and treasures.
                                                                                         As we absorb this Loving Light shining upon us, let’s work to radiate a welcoming
     Matthew and Laura Rusk have a new baby girl, Ashley Riley Rusk,                light to serve as a beacon for others. May it be so bright and loving that all who come will
       born on November 1, weighing 6 lbs, 12 ounces and 19 “ long.                 be transformed as our church “Grows in Grace.”
                                                                                         In Christ, Richard Bearden, Senior Warden
     Mitchell Charles Bishop Jr, born on February 5th, 1928,
     died on November 8th, 2007, and was laid to rest from
     St. Andrew’s on November 17th, 2007 in our                                                      Bishop Neil Alexander will visit
     Garden of Remembrance.                                                                      St. Andrew’s on Sunday, December 9th

                                                                                                               Parish Annual Meeting
                                                                                                                        December 16th
The Meaning of Advent:                                                                                                  In the Parish Hall

                                                                                                         Immediately following the 10 am service
      The four Sundays before Christmas are observed as a season of preparation
for the coming of Christ. The Latin word adventus means “coming”. It is a season
of waiting and expectancy.

     The focus of Advent is the Kingdom of God, the rule of God over his creation        The Church Office will be closed
which is “at hand”. We are to prepare
1) for the commemoration of Our Lord’s coming into the world on Christmas Day,           December 26, 2007 – January 1, 2008.
2) for His continual coming into our hearts if we will receive him, and
3) for His “second coming” in glory to judge the world.
                                                                                         In case of an emergency, please call Father Elliott
—from St. Francis Episcopal Church bulletin                                              on his cell phone at 404-822-7302.

                                                                                         There will be services as scheduled on Sunday, December 30.

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Junior Warden' Rpt
                                                                                  Twelve Days of Christmas              — This song was composed during
We had another fruitful Saturday cleanup day on Oct. 27th and Wayne and           a time of persecution and was understood by Christians to mean the
his crew continued painting the foyers. I built enough "chutes and ladders"       following:
to reach the second level of the bell tower more safely than the "ladder to the
access hatch" method. I' starting to feel like the hunchback of Notre Dame.
                           m                                                      A Partridge in a Pear Tree - A partridge was a valiant bird that would
   Since there' not much else going on facility-wise, I thought I would tell
               s                                                                  fight to its death to defend its young - Symbol of Christ.
you about my father. We just returned from celebrating his 90th birthday in
                                                                                  Two Turtle Doves - The offering Mary and Joseph brought when Jesus
Largo, Florida. He was one of the original vestryman for St. Dunstan' when
                                                                                  was 40 days old.
he and a few others started that parish in 1957. Now my youngest brother
Brad is a vestryman there. Seems to be a trend going on here. Although my         Three French Hens - Symbol of the rich and represented the three wise
dad wasn'on the front lines in WWII, he still was part of Tom Brokaw'     s       men who came with gold, frankincense and myrrh.
"Greatest Generation". He grew up in Pennsylvania Dutch country near
Doylestown, PA just outside of Philly. In Nov. 1941, he went to the Avia-         Four Calling Birds - Four Gospels, calling for people to be saved.
tion Cadet Recruiting Office in Philly and was advised that he needed
                                                                                  Five Gold Rings - First five books of the Old Testament. (The greatest
glasses. So, he got some glasses, returned to the Office in Jan. 1942, passed
                                                                                  books to theJewish people, worth more than gold.)
the test, and was immediately sworn in the new Army Air Corps. He then
trained in Montgomery, AL and Coral Cables, FL as a navigator. During the         Six Geese a Laying - Eggs were a reminder of new life (six days of
war, h e spent many trips, flying new airplanes to destinations all over the      creation).
world, returning "war weary" airplanes and wounded servicemen to the USA
in both the European and South Pacific theaters. This was in the days of          Seven Swans a Swimming - Seven gifts of the Holy Spirit, changing us
"dead reckoning" navigation, which involved star shots at night, calculating      from uglyducklings to beautiful swans (new life in Christ).
airspeed, making adjustments for headwinds/tailwinds/crosswinds, and hop-
                                                                                  Eight Maids a Milking - Eight beautiful teachings of Jesus, known as the
ing for the best outcome. On one memorable trip, his flight was ordered to
leave Califonia and head for Hawaii. Due to unexpected headwinds, they
almost ran out of fuel. When they finally made it to Oahu, his plane had 100      Nine Ladies Dancing - Nine fruits of the Holy Spirit.
gallons left (about 45' flying time). Near the end of the war he flew into
Japan as part of a "show of force" during which he was issued a 30 cal.           Ten Lords a Leaping - Men with authority - God’s Ten Commandments.
carbine, because they didn'know if the Japanese were serious about surren-
                                                                                  Eleven Pipers Piping - Eleven Apostles who remained faithful (they piped
dering. There are some other interesting stories which I gained by
                                                                                  his Word).
"interviewing" him in 1991, but space is limited. Needless to say, I' proud
of my Dad. I highly recommend that you "interview" your older folks               Twelve Drummers Drumming - Twelve vital Christian beliefs in the
before their history is lost.                                                     Apostles Creed.

Faithfully submitted,                                                             Received via e-mail by Joy Boyden
Bill Permar, Junior Warden

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                                                                                               Christmas Services

             Fall ECW Diocesan Meeting
At St James' Church in Marietta. Susan Elliott and Page McDonald
represented St Andrew' We were joined by 80 others from around the
Diocese to celebrate the role of women in the worldwide church.                            Dec 24—4:30 pm
The ECW' project for this centennial year of our Diocese is Camp
           s                                                                  Christmas Pageant and Holy Eucharist Rite II
Mikell. In lieu of catering everyone brought a dish and donated $15 to
the camp. So far this year the ECW has raised $7800 and we hope the                     10:30 pm Holy Eucharist Rite II
proceeds from this luncheon will help us reach our goal of $10,000.

                                                                                         Dec 25— 10 am Holy Eucharist

                                                                                                  Wednesday Dinners
                                                                         We have a great time each Wednesday at the potluck dinner. It is very
                                                                         casual, everyone just brings a dish to share (it can be store bought we aren’t
                                                                         picky) and we simply enjoy each other’s company. There are also teens to
                                                                         entertain the children so come and give it a try!

                                                                         The first Wednesday of each month we have a theme for our dinner. The
                                                                         December 5th theme is “Just bring $5.” We will provide pizza, salad and
                                                                         dessert. Please sign-up or call the church office if you plan to come so we
                                                                         have an idea of how much pizza to order and then just bring $5 for each
                                                                         family member. How convenient is that! For more information please contact
                                                                         Pam Blumberg (678) 296-7808.

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                                                                                   High School Teens - EYC
Flower Guild

     Plans are in the works to help beautify St. Andrews for Advent and
Christmas. Look for some new additions this year such as greenery on           Current calendar: (watch the bulletin and the website for additions)
 the Altar during Advent and Chrismon trees (thanks to Joy Boyden'  s          Jan 18-20 - Sr DYC (9th and up)
organization and hard work). We would like to extend an invitation to any of   Mar 9 - Hunger Walk
you to come help us decorate the church on Sunday, Dec. 23 after the 10 AM
service.                                                                       Upcoming events - either soup kitchen or Habitat for Humanity,
                                                                               babysitting night.
     We will be doing arrangements, but can use help hanging greenery,
putting out the poinsettias, the creche, and more. There are only 6 members    See Ms. Dunson, Mr. or Mrs. Harris, or Ms Brewer if you have questions.
in theguild right now so we can use extra hands!!
                                                                               Cheryl, Bill, Julia
    We will also have the envelopes out for your Christmas Poinsettia          Cheryl Dunson, 770-487-4552,
dedications. The cost is $15. Please help beautify the church in memory or
thanksgiving of a loved one. Thanks.

Marge Brunson and Jane Keegan, co-chairmen

                                                                               Women' Circle Reading Group:
                                                                               We are meeting on Thurs, Dec 6th at 7 pm in the parish
                                                                               hall to share holiday spirit. Please bring a dish to share.

October 27th—Another great workday in the outdoors, not everything             The books for the next months are out! The next meeting to discuss the
according to plan—the pine straw delivery went astray, but weeding and         book for January, Lying Awake by Mark Salzman, will be on Thurs, Jan
cleaning filled the morning.                                                   3rd at 7 pm in the parish hall.

                                                                               If you have any questions or would further information, please call or
Tree pruning began for the cherries close to the walkway.
                                                                               email Lesley Williams at 770-573-2250;
Thanks to All.

John Boyden for Graham McDonald

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                                                                                 Advent Trees

                                                                             On December 2nd, the first Sunday in
                                                                             Advent, you are invited to view the trees
                                                                             filled with Chrismons made by the ladies of
                                                                             the church, in the Narthex Niches and by
                                                                             the youth and children of the church, in the
                                                                             Parish Hall. All to God’s Glory!
                         !  "
        #    $            !       % !       ! $     #   !         !                            Chrismon Symbols – look for these on our trees
                          &   ' ## ( $                  $     $              Celtic Cross – Circle represents Eternity
                    '    ! $         !              )                        Chi Rho – Cross of Constantine –Christ the conquering King
                                                                             Creator Star – Six pointed star – Six days of creation
                                                                             Cross on Orb – World united with Christ
                                                                             Dove – Holy Spirit at Baptism
                                                                             Eastern Cross – Russian Cross – Top bar the super inscription, the bottom,
                                                                             the footrest
                                                                             Epiphany Star – Five pointed star – Star of Bethlehem
                        Preschool News                                       Fish – Ancient symbol for Christ – secret sign on catacomb walls point to
                                                                             place of worship
                                                                             Five Circles – The five wounds of Our Lord
     When the children return from the Thanksgiving
                                                                             Greek Cross – All parts equal in length – used by early Greeks
holiday, the Christmas season begins!
                                                                             IHC Initials – IHCOYC – Greek for Jesus
     You are welcomed to join the teachers and parents as the children
                                                                             IHS Initials – Iota Eta Sigma – Greek Initials for Jesus
perform their Holiday Celebration of Music at 11:00 on December 11th and
                                                                             Infinity or Eternity – Circle with no end - God, the only eternal one
12th in the Sanctuary.
                                                                             Hand of God – Supportive care, Judgment and Power
     On Saturday, December 8th the Preschool will have our annual Cookies
                                                                             Latin Cross – Straight and simple – most widely used
with Santa event! Bring your whole family and get into the holiday spirit!
                                                                             Light of World – Eight points of light - I am or you are the light of the world
There will be Christmas crafts to make, cookies, the ECW craft and bake
                                                                             Messianic Rose – Rose with five petals – the dessert shall blossom
sale, and of course pictures with the man in the red suit – Santa!
                                                                             Passion Cross – Pointed ends represent the nails
     You may use the order form on the next page to order your tickets.
                                                                             Southern Cross – Four stars, a constellation in the Southern hemisphere
There will be a box on the Church entry table where you can place your
                                                                             Trinity – Triangle for Father, Son and Holy Spirit
order. Your tickets will be waiting for you at the door when you come to
Cookies with Santa December 8th. If you have any questions please call
the Preschool at 770-486-8203.                                               Submitted by Joy Boyden
     All of us at the Preschool wish every one a very merry Christmas!
Susan Grayson, Director
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   Episcopal Church Women of                                                                 Hark! The Herald Angels Sing
    St. Andrew’s in the Pines                                                    Upon his conversion, Charley Wesley immediately began writing
 ECW Bazaar— with ART Vendors                                               hymns, each one packed with doctrine, all of them exhibiting strength and
         December 8th 9-2 in our Parish Hall                                sensitivity, both beauty and theological brawn. He wrote constantly, and
                                                                            even on horseback his mind was flooded with new songs. He often stopped
Golden Elephants— Jane Lindsey—770-461-9605                                 at houses along the road and ran in asking for “pen and ink.”
    Bring your high quality Golden elephants                                     He wrote over 6000 hymns during his life, and he didn’t like people
    to the box in the parish hall.                                          tinkering with the words. In one of his hymnals, he wrote: “I beg leave to
                                                                            mention a thought which has been long on my mind, and which I should
Gift Boutique—Lucille Potts 770-631-0593                                    long ago inserted in the public papers, had I not been willing to stir up a nest
    Unusual gift items for Christmas                                        of hornets. Many gentlemen have done my brother and me (though without
                                                                            naming us) the honor to reprint many of our hymns. Now they are perfectly
                                                                            welcome to do so, provided they print them just as they are. But I desire
Bake Sale—Marion Mizelle— 770-486-9259
                                                                            they would not attempt to mend them, for they are not really able. None of
    Marion needs baked goods. Call if you can help here.
                                                                            them is able to mend either the sense or the verse. Therefore, I must beg of
                                                                            them two favors: either to let them stand just as they are, to take things for
Art Vendors— Eleanor Corbin—770-487-0426                                    better or worse, or to add the true reading in the margin, or at the bottom of
Honey Corbin presents a selection of work by juried fine artists and        the page, that we may no longer be accountable either for the nonsense or the
craft persons. All vendors are “by invitation only”.                        doggerel of other men.”
Selections include: crystal and sterling silver jewelry, fine art in oil,        But one man did the church a great favor by polishing up one of
acrylic and mixed media, handmade paper and bamboo decorative               Charles’ best loved hymns. When Charles was 32, he wrote a Christmas
items and collages, unique fabric purses, handcrafted cards and gift        hymn that began:
labels, original hand printed textiles, personalized painted scenic                        Hark, how all the welkin rings,
window sashes, stained glass, ceramic sculpture, and a variety                             “Glory to the King of kings;
decorative fused glass items. Commissions will be available.                                              ...
                                                                                           Universal nature say,
Raffle—We will be selling raffle tickets for a lovely centerpiece.                         “Christ the lord is born to-day!”
                                                                                 The word “welkin” was an old English term for “the vault of heaven.”
                                                                            It was Charles’ friend, evangelist George Whitefield, who, when he pub-
          All proceeds will go to the                                       lished this carol in his collection of hymns in 1753, changed the words to the
Saint Andrew’s Youth Program and to Outreach.                               now-beloved, “Hark! The Herald Angels Sing.”

                                                                                Taken from Then Sings My Soul by Robert J. Morgan

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    Outreach                  Page McDonald
                             (770) 461-1721
Many thanks for your generous donations to our Thanksgiving families. We                                                 Episcopal Church Women
were able to reach our goal with lots to share. Out of our abundance through
God' grace we have remembered those less fortunate. Thanks be to God.
     For Christmas we have chosen Emmaus House, a ministry of the Diocese
of Atlanta, which provides hope and hospitality in one of Atlanta' poorest
neighborhoods. As Claiborne Jones, the director of Emmaus House, says: I
invite you to experience the freedom which Christ' birth gives us to come to the
stable, a home for a poor family, and find true joy.
     We selected 2 ways to serve. First is the Secret Santa Shop: an
opportunity for the Emmaus House children to buy gifts for their parents and                                    You are invited to our
grandparents. Items are priced at 10 cents each. Great gifts are scarves, gloves,
socks, slippers, soap, cologne, shaving cream and razors, billfolds, decorative                       Annual Ladies Christmas Luncheon
items, costume jewelry, inexpensive watches and similar items. Durable items
may be gently used. Often ideal gifts may be things we have received but do                                        Thursday, Dec 13th
not use. Emmaus House is delighted that you will help us "stock the store" for
the children to shop. The date for the Secret Santa Shop is Sunday, December
                                                                                                             at 11 am in the Parish Hall
23, following the 10:30 am Emmaus House Chapel service. There will be a
basket in the Narthex to put your unwrapped gifts in. We will deliver on the
21st so bring your gifts the first 3 Sundays in December.                                                Bring a covered dish to share.
     Second is our Star Tree. Above the Secret Santa basket in the Narthex
will be a tree decorated with stars. Please take one home and choose a gift from                      We will be enjoying the Christmas music
the following list for a child 6-8 years old: Girls, culturally sensitive dolls, jew-                               played by
elry, purses, hair accessories, dish/ tea sets, jump ropes. Boys: sports equipment
                                                                                                        Shirley Poole and Mary McGowen
backpacks, duffel bas, sleeping bags, stuffed animals, arts & crafts and magic
sets, chalk, science books, educational toys and games, videos. NO GUNS                                           on our piano.
please. Bring your unwrapped toys to the Parish Hall and place in the Star Tree
box. On Dec 16th we will have a wrapping party for the gifts. We will deliver
on the 21st.
     St. Andrew' has been richly blessed this year. Let us continue to be
good stewards of all that is ours and share with joy our blessings with others.
Peace be with you this holiday season.
                                                                                        Jane Lindsey, ECW Coordinator.

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