July 31, 2014
Food Booth Weekend
August 2nd & 3rd
Food Booth is here! The Biltmore Arts and Crafts Fair and the All Souls Taste of Heaven. For those of you who have never participated in the weekend there are many ways you can assist. Set up is on Friday the 1st, the Fair is Saturday and Sunday. Prayers for great weather that weekend are always appreciated!
A Cool Job for the Art and Craft Weekend. WE NEED YOU to be the face of All Souls for the hundreds of visitors we will welcome into our church Saturday and Sunday. Having members here to say"Welcome to All Souls” is a huge ministry. I have a brief cheat-sheet if you want to share a little history or send folks over to a docent if they are hungry to know even more. So if you want a cool job and a place to sit down when you need it, please consider helping out as much or as little as you can. Pair up with a friend or consider a parent/child team. Call Martha Fullington to sign up: 684-2083. Thank you.
Autumn Grace —Composing Ourselves: (in a wild and worried world) At this senior stage of our lives how do we compose ourselves? Facilitated by Karen Lee Turner, Autumn Grace will explore creative and practical ways to “calm” our lives. Come join us as we discover together spiritual practices that we can learn from the worlds of arts and creative expression as well as our own experience. August 16 – 9:30 am—Breakfast Social – Parish Hall (Zabriskie) 10:00am—Morning Prayer 10:15-11:30—“Composing Ourselves” Program Questions? Babie Chromy (687-2926) email@example.com
Foyer Groups 2014. Fall Foyer Groups Now forming. Want to get to know more of your fellow parishioners in a relaxed atmosphere? Join a “Foyer Group.” A Foyer Group consists of six-eight adults and children. The groups will meet three or more times between March and June to share a meal and fellowship. They may meet in homes, restaurants, or any location. Sign up forms are available in the back of the church, or contact Shonda Asaad at 684-2682 or firstname.lastname@example.org for more information. Deadline to register is Aug. 17.
Room In The Inn will return to All Souls the week of August 10-17. This program for homeless women has a long, successful history with the cathedral and provides a wonderful opportunity to assist up to a dozen women that week. We offer a safe lodging in Zabriskie Hall along with a home cooked meal each evening. Volunteers are needed to cook and serve seven dinners, provide a dozen bag lunches each day, be an “Innkeeper” at night, or provide other caring touches for our visitors. Look for the sign up sheet in front of the church soon, or contact the Bryants at 628-4564 or the Stevensons at 254-5227 for more information.
The Cathedral of All Souls will co-sponsor a Bone Marrow Registry event Sunday, August 24th at the Parish hall beginning at 12:45 PM. To join the national bone registry, you should be between the ages of 18-44. Younger donors provide the greatest chance for transplant success. The coordinator will take a cheek swab and send it in the national site for registration. If a match is found, you agree to make yourself available to provide bone marrow, usually through a blood donation. Financial donations will be accepted to help defray costs. If you have questions you can go to to learn more about the process.
Greeters: Has there ever been a time in your life when you were “trying on churches” in a community new to you and to your family? Do you remember how you felt when no one acknowledged you as you approached the door or after the service in the sanctuary? You probably didn’t return unless the music was outstanding or the sermon spoke to you in some profound way. At All Souls we are without doubt blessed with beautiful music and a sermon every Sunday that makes all newcomers and current parishioners sit up and take notice. But the clergy and vestry at All Souls strive for much more. This fellowship is offered by the Greeters to encourage visitors and parishioners to feel part of the All Souls community. Greeters are scheduled at a frequency of once every other month and are needed for all services. A Greeter training will be held in the month of October (date to be announced). For further information, please call Tamara and Jason Chambers @ . Thank you.
DID YOU KNOW?
Did you know The Cathedral of All Souls has made it easier for members - and visitors -to make donations and/or payments to your pledge via the cathedral website? Simply go to allsoulscathedral.org, click “make a donation” and enter your donation with your credit or debit card. This is a secure site and you do not need a Paypal account. You can also make your payment schedule on a recurring monthly basis -no need to worry about sending a check or bringing your checkbook to church!
Want a ride to the Mountain Moral Monday rally? This Monday August 4th we will be taking the church van to drop people off at the rally. We will depart All Souls at 4:30 pm and plan to be back a little after 6:45 pm. Please email email@example.com to reserve your spot!
Bible and Beer. Please join us for a Bible study on the upcoming week’s gospel reading, every Thursday at Appalachian Vintners on Biltmore Ave. Gathering at 5:30, discussion begins at 6:00pm. Options for libations are diverse and the patio in the summer is splendid. All are welcome, bring a bible if you wish, come and enjoy some fellowship. See Milly or Thomas with questions or email them at or
VOLUNTEERS NEEDED! The Early Reading Connection Outreach Mission is seeking more volunteers who would enjoy spending one hour every other week during the school year assisting Kindergarten children in developing their early reading skills. The Cathedral of All Souls has provided volunteers at W. Estes Elementary School for the past 18 years, but the need for more “reading helpers” continues to increase each school year as more children enter Kindergarten not knowing basic pre-reading skills (such as the alphabet). If you are interested in becoming a volunteer or would like more information about our mission, please contact Fred Selph, Coordinator, at 828-664-0712
You are cordially invited to our very first EVENING Celebration of The Church of the Advocate hosted by Carrabba’s at Thursday, September 4, 2014, 5:30- 7:30 pm . Our Special Honoree is The Rt. Rev. Robert H. Johnson, former Bishop of the Diocese of WNC and Believer in the Vision of The Advocate Guest Speakers: The Rt. Rev. G. Porter Taylor, Bishop of the Diocese of WNC and Dellin Cooke, Advocate member. *Carrabba’s has generously offered this meal as a gift and expression of their support and care for the poor and homeless. Therefore, your donations (suggested minimum of $25) will go toward these efforts. Wine and beer will be available.
Bring your family and friends for delicious food, fellowship and to gratefully celebrate our call to serve those with truly significant needs through this wonderful, charitable gift. For more information or reservations, please call The Rev. Ham Fuller, Vicar, 243-3932 or 890-3232 or send email to
Roots + Wings School of Art and Design New classes begin in September 2014 -Register now! Join us for our unique offerings of once-a-week classes at Roots + Wings School of Art and Design. We use a semester program to allow for curriculum building as students progress through the year with us. For each age group, our instructors will work with students on exploring a variety of mediums, tools and techniques. Our monthly ‘themes’ are only a point of departure as students build confidence, knowledge, and skills. All leading them to finding their own unique way of expressing their creativity! or
AmiciMusic presents “A TOAST to the STEINS” featuring All Soul’s own Allyson MacCauley plus two soprano Amanda Hortons (yes, there are two singers with same name in Asheville!), baritone David Fields, and tenor Andrew Hiler in a fun program of semi-staged scenes from shows by Leonard Bernstein, Marc Blitzstein, and Jules Stein. Directed by Pat Heuermann with musical direction and piano by Daniel Weiser. On FRIDAY, AUGUST 22 at 7:30PM. Admission for Church members is only $15 ($20 for non-members) and children are free. Tickets available at the door or online atwww.amicimusic.org. More info at 802-369-0856 or e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org
Church of the Advocate: Our men’s most urgent need is for sneakers and sandals (we’re out), white socks, underwear, shorts, jeans and pants especially in smaller sizes, T-shirts, belts, and caps. Our women need bags (pocketbooks to shoulder bags), totes, casual dresses, underwear, also sneakers, sandals and flip-flops. We can’t seem to get in any backpacks or sleeping bags, which are sorely needed. But be assured that for all your donations our homeless congregation is grateful.
The flowers are to the glory of God and in loving memory of Carroll Dean Ensley.
These are persons for whom our prayers are requested. All persons listed are prayed for during our Wednesday liturgies. Names offered during the Prayers of the People on Sundays are persons having a specific urgency this week. Bev Gaines, Kate Spooner, Meg Karayiannis, Bob Morrow, Kate Teitelbaum, Fallon Elkes, Quentin Fabrian, Rebecca Jackson, Maude Carver, Taylor Jacobs, John Chromey, Joey and Jon Davis, David Truelove, Suzzy Sams, Sam Craig, John Smith, Ralph Lewis, Sophie Van Keer, Guy Sayles, Robert Keifer, Jim Webb, Jennifer Shelton, Cindy Davis, Rob Willhige, Jeremy Lamb, MaryAnn Baker, Karen Sams, Virginia Mitchell, Phillip Brent, Dan Powell and family, Carolyn Scribner, Sheila Gibbs, Linda Evans, Carolyn Herman, Oz Henry, Lora Scott, Janice Harvey, Joan Tidwell, Carol, David Power and family, Sam Bingham, Curtis Whittington, Emma Mamone-Peeples, JoFrances Dula, Tom Crook, Veronica Love, Billy and Sandy Hinson, Jessica and Jaxon Ayers, Del Hare, Betty Nokes, Barbara Kendall, Chris, Stevie Turner, Peter Yaun and family, the Byrd family, Archie Turner, Linda Evans, Frank Saylor III, Katie Gonzalez and family, Gail Poore, Linda Vickery and Joan Crook.
We give thanks for those celebrating birthdays this week: Jan Davis, Betsy Barefoot, Amelia O’Neill, Richard Sieburg, Mark Stover, Diane Summey, Isadora Turner, Betty Darr, Malcolm McCormick, Joanne Cate, Dawn Baker, Lauri Hollingsworth, Margo Gorius, Darcey Lynn, Jessica Lynn, and Julia Callahan.
We give thanks for those celebrating anniversaries this week: Charlotte Cleghorn and Betsy Gardner, Electa and Ellison Smith, Donna and Timothy Long, Bob and Kathy Rauch, Heather Vaughn and Cristifor Harshman, Henry and Inger Knox, Dawn and Glenn Bartholic, and Angie and Chris Lynn.