We celebrated “Senior Sunday” on April 21, with a sermon by Miranda Norlin and a ceremony to mark their moving to the next stage of their lives, “The Calling of High School Seniors to Continuing Growth.”

From the May 2013 Cathedral Connection

Sully HartTenor Sully Hart and our other Choir Scholar, Julia Suskauer, were profiled in the March Connection this year. Sully is graduating from AC Reynolds High School, where he sings in the choir and plays saxophone in the band. He will be attending Furman University in the fall and plans to major in vocal performance there, hoping to eventually teach music at the college level.  Sully is co-president of Reynolds’ Watering Malawi team, raising money and awareness for an international project that installs water pumps in remote villages. He is an avid reader and a recently-converted 5K runner.
Jackson Thomas KrupnickAfter 14 years at Carolina Day School, Jackson Thomas Krupnick is graduating and moving on! This fall, Jackson will move up to Massachusetts to matriculate at Worcester Polytechnic Institute, where he plans to study engineering and row on the crew team, his passion for the last four years. First things first! Shortly after walking across the stage on graduation day and in order to celebrate all of his hard work, Jackson will be headed to Dunedin, New Zealand. He will be traveling halfway around the world to spend five weeks during the New Zealand winter doing what he loves the most: rowing. Jackson was fortunate to apply for and earn a position in the competitive, Sparks International Rowing Camp. Prayers sent his way will be appreciated as Jackson starts his new journey by developing his body and soul!
Ryan MillerRyan Miller is graduating from Asheville High School, with plans to follow his interest in Automotive Engineering. He will start at AB Tech for the Associates program in Mechanical Engineering and will then move on to UNC Charlotte for at least his bachelor’s degree. Ryan will be staying close to home for the next two years, so you still should see him in various positions in the church including continuing on as an adult acolyte. He is the fifth generation of the Miller family to be a member of this All Souls community, His great-great grandmother Lily Fletcher Halyburton was at the laying of the cornerstone of the Church! So thanks to this wonderful place and people who helped raise him, through Sunday School, Kindermusik, Children’s Choirs and Acolyting; it truly does take a village!
Miranda NorlinMiranda Norlin was homeschooled her entire life, although during her junior and senior years she took many classes at AB Tech through their “Career and College Promise” program. She will be joining the 250th class of Brown University in Providence, Rhode Island, this fall. She hopes to become a veterinarian, but is looking forward to exploring other fields and the rest of the world on her way there. She is grateful to the All Souls community for the many ways you have supported her on a rather roundabout journey towards faith, from simply welcoming her to funding mission trips and EYC programs.