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In Their Own Words: Josh Goodrich

Posted by Josh Goodrich on

Our recent stewardship campaign offered several opportunities for members of St. Theodore’s to share heartfelt testimonials about the role that both giving and our church community play in their lives. Following are some thoughts from one of the youth at St. Theodore’s: Josh Goodrich.

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Tags: eyc, stewardship, testimonial

Quiet Day: 48 Women and 4 Degrees of Love

Posted by Barbara Taylor on

On Saturday, November 5th, the St. Constance Chapter of the Order of the Daughters of the King hosted "Women's Quiet Day: On Loving God." Sengel Hall was filled with women from all over the Northwest Arkansas community. In addition to several of us from St. Theodore's, there were women in...

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Tags: dok, lora walsh, quiet day, women

November Message from the Rector (2016)

Posted by Will Lowry on

Serving others is a major tenant of Christianity. Perhaps that has been lost in many instances in American Christianity today. Serving others isn't sexy, it isn't profitable, and it isn't easy; but that's the point!

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Undies Sunday Month

Posted by Daughters of the King on

​Starting October 2nd, Daughters of the King, St. Constance Chapter, are once again partnering with Bentonville Public Schools, Bright Futures program, by sponsoring Undies Sunday. A laundry basket will be placed in the Narthex during the month of October ​Children's underpants and...

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Tags: outreach

Women's Quiet Day

Posted by Lana McDonald on

On Loving God: Growing SpirituallyA Women’s Quiet DaySponsored by The Order of Daughters of the King, St. Constance Chapter Your St. Theodore’s Daughters of the King is sponsoring a Women’s Quiet Day on Saturday, November 5, 2016 from 9:30a.m. to 2:30p.m. The day will start at...

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Mid-Year Update on St. Anne's Guild Activities

Posted by Patricia Clark on

The Episcopal Church Women (ECW) St. Anne's Guild of St. Theodore's have been very busy since the beginning of 2016. Following is a summary of the group's activities January through May. Disassembled and stored all Christmas decorations. Decorated the Sengel Hall tables for the Winter and...

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Community of Hope

Posted by Chris Schaefer on

Should You be a Community of Hope Lay Pastoral Caregiver? ​First, what is Community of Hope? You might have heard of Community of Hope or other Christian pastoral caregiver ministries like it. The Community of Hope (COH) Mission statement best describes the ministry, “to create...

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Tags: lay ministry, outreach

Great recipes from Fellowship gatherings!

Posted by The Messenger on

We are blessed with many generous parishioners who offer to host our weekly fellowship gatherings after our 10:30 AM service.  We thought many will enjoy recipes of some of the goodies that have become favorites over the years. Our first recipe contributor is Terry Anderson, a long-time...

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In The Parish Library: Summer 2016

Posted by Bill Myers on

An update on new and recommended titles in our church library. Come on in, find a comfy chair and peruse a book or two.

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Fall Women's Retreat

Posted by Colleen Whitney on

Space is still available for women of St. Theodore's to sign up for this year's fall gathering. A deposit of $50.00 holds your spot.​Our retreat is at beautiful Grace Lodge, at Camp Mitchell. The lodge sleeps 26 people. The total cost of the lodge is $1,600.00 and we will divide that cost...

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Tags: retreat, camp mitchell

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