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Date: 05/12/2010
Time: 09:19:00 AM

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I live in Tennessee....and I smiled when I was "accidently" directed to your website through a search engine....God is so good!! Thanks for your great quotes....wish I lived closer so I could attend your church. slallen2009@yahoo.com (Stacey Allen)


Date: 04/12/2007
Time: 02:47:10 PM

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John, I hope and pray everything is going well for you and everyone at St. Thomas. Things are moving well here. The web site looks great. I do have a request. At one time we had a recipe for the communion bread we make. Do you still have that recipe available. If you do could you e-mail me a copy at stdavidscherawsc@aol.com? I would appreciate it. Have a Happy Easter, Bill Oldland


Date: 07/13/2006
Time: 09:45:19 AM

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Happiness in all of your undertakings. Thank you John (Bullock) for all of your good work. Love to all, Fr. Joe Hess, retired priest of the Diocese of Pennsylvania.


Date: 03/28/2006
Time: 11:46:15 AM

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Hi, Bill Oldland. Enjoyed exploring your nice website. Judy & I are at the Church of the Holy Spirit now and find it very loving & welcoming to everyone. Heather McCain is our Vicar. I may be visiting St. Thomas sometime in the next few weeks - with a good friend who lives in Reidsville. She is active in a Methodist church in Madison (her home town). Peace, Bill Glasgow email: bermuda26@triad.rr.com


Date: 12/03/2005
Time: 04:23:58 PM

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Enjoyed your web site. I grew up in Madison, NC and now attend St. Thomas in NYC. God Bless. Nice to see a "little piece of home" on the web.


Date: 08/29/2005
Time: 07:29:18 PM

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Paige Steger 555 Sands Circle Reidsville NC 27320 jaberwaski@yahoo.com Hi Great Site


Date: 11/19/2004
Time: 07:55:53 PM

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I enjoyed your site a great deal. Particularly the audio downloads. I may be moving to Reidsville to accept employment and was exceedingly pleased to find the church site. H. Harold (Hal) Province


Date: 07/02/2004
Time: 11:51:54 PM

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Looking forward to visiting for 1st time July 11. Current member of St. Francis in Greensboro. Worked with Bill on EYC and Mission Trips in Greensboro. Just not the same at St. Francis anymore. Ready for a change. See y'all Sunday the 11th.


Date: 04/22/2004
Time: 08:21:49 AM

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Finaly found it - great job. phatman


Date: 03/28/2004
Time: 10:24:45 PM

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Hi, great site!


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As a former Rockingham County resident I enjoyed your Site. I remember visiting St. Thomas when Dr. Trigg was an active Lay Leader. Shalom Dr. Charles Wray, Jr.


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Hello from Kansas... I stopped by here because I found a copy of "The Message of the Magi" and it goes along with a study we are doing of Jesus in the Gospels. I have read another sermon of yours and can tell you if I lived in North Carolina, I would be coming to your church. I am Roman, but used to be Angelican.. because when I moved there was no Episcopal church and that was many years ago. I would like for you to send me a weekly sermon if that is possible. God Bless and I will be watching and listening... Sherry from Kansa Shadu2@aol.com


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This is beautiful. It is an ever present help as I am in need. I love to read the Gospel and the Sermons. They challenge me to look at myself, and remind me that God is always around. I must always look for Him. Thank you so much! Sincerely, Jenifer Allen


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Very nice and useful website. Please visit my website!!! Webmaestro :)

http://www.metropolis5000.com


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make ther music to lord, sing one sing and rejoice for this the day. the lord ave make this day and we will not what whole the day will bring with him. One sake is truth, the lord is good and mercyful. be blesset very much in to the Jesus name. keijo sweden


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John

The web site looks GREAT. I enjoyed the picnic photos, that Tom provided. We were surprised that Carson & Cole were included in the pictures with smiles on their faces. Because, all they wanted to do that day was jump in the lake & when their mean parents would not let them they made a joyless noise!!! Thanks for all of your hard work on the web site.

Lisa, Craig, Carson, & Cole Bennett


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Greetings from St. Mark's Episcopal Church, Honey Brook, Pa. Very nice site and very nice congregation and church. Looks like the spirit of the Lord is with you!

Peace Dan Lindley stmarkshoneybrook@hotmail.com WWW.stmarkshoneybrook.com


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5 June 2003 Grady Lacy, communicant at Trinity Church, Mount Airy. I love this site. We may copy some of its formats for our own site. E-mail: gradylacy@yahoo.com


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Babs Freeman says howdy. E-mail is "brainybabs@yahoo.com" and thanks for the stuff.


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Just dropped in. God bless you in your endeavors to serve the Risen Saviour. I pray that above all, you will put Him first and foremost in your lives.

In His Name, Kenneth Johnson http://www.geocities.com/the_narrow_road_00/index.html


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Always enjoy seeing David's Church news. I plan to join you in worship in April (and sing with you). Shirley aAllen slallen35@yahoo.com


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What a nice website!! Kudos to your websexton, John and also to Fr. Oldland!! This website is a ministry in itself, keep up the good work!!

Greetings to you from Calhoun, Ga. If you are ever down our way stop and visit us at St. Timothy's.

Peace be with you!

Jeannie Vaughan jvaughan11@mindspring.com


Date:
11/8/2002
Time:
12:26:55 AM

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Greetings to St. Thomas from St. Dennis Church in Galena, Md. Have been admiring this very well organized and technically amazing website. A great site! You must all be proud.

Lee Bennington St. Dennis "websexton"


Date:
2/20/2002
Time:
8:00:44 PM

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Great Job to John and to everyone involved in putting the site together! I love to check up on what's going on from time to time! I ESPECIALLY enjoyed the sound bites from Christmas and All Saint's Day! Our Choir Rocks! Yeah!

Thanks be to God,

Christopher Hicks


Date:
1/8/2002
Time:
3:10:15 PM

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John Bullock and all: What a super web site and to listen to your music--special! Thanks. The Rev. Joe Hess (retired Episcopal Clergyman) 801 Yale Ave., # 618 Swarthmore, PA 19081 frjoehess@cs.com


Date: 11/13/2001
Time: 10:54:57 AM

Comments:

A special hello to John Bullock whose father was an old and personal friend.

Greetings, too, from a brother priest of The Diocese of Pennsylvania who

would like to visit, not only virtual St. Thomas' but someday perhaps to

experience the real St. Thomas' in Reidsville.   Congratulations to Fr. Oldland

on his recent ordination as a Priest of the Church.   God Speed to the

congregation and people of Reidsville.  "Do the work of an Evangelist!"

 

The Rev.& Mrs.(Helen)& Joseph Hess
Swarthmore, PA   e-mail frjoehess@cs.com 


Date: 10/5/2001
Time: 10:22:51 PM

Comments:

Greetings from a lifelong Episcopalian, now a United Methodist clergywoman--but

never removed from the rolls of my home church, St. Peter's Episcopal Church

in Port Chester, NY.  I thank  webservant John for introducing me to St. Thomas.
Blessings on your ministry--the Rev. Dorothy M. Field  (dotf1@aol.com)

in Swarthmore, PA


Date: 8/1/2001
Time: 6:09:41 PM

Comments:

John,
I really like the new format.  Also, our new web address will make it easier for folks

to find us.  You are doing such a great job.  I just realized today that we can access

Bill's sermons.  You are to be commended for all of your hard work.

Tom Balsley
tbalsley@unifi-inc.com
http://www.unifi-inc.com


Date: 7/21/2001
Time: 12:33:17 AM

Comments:

I must say that www.stthomasreidsville.org is a very nice site.  Contains a lot of information

easily accessible.  I especially like the "Birthdays This Week".  Keep up the great work!!

God Bless,
Nick
webmaster@ridleyparkumc.org


Date: 7/11/2001
Time: 11:40:33 AM

Comments:

Ye Olde Webservant - fantastic job!  The new site loads much more quickly. 
Much easier name to remember, too!

Thanks and blessings,
David Zoernig
music@stthomasreidsville.org


Date: 6/20/2001
Time: 2:44:26 AM

Comments:

From Shirley Allen, David Z's mom in Cincinnati:


The ordination sermon was excellent.
I'll see you all (y'all?) at the church picnic.
Love and blessings
De Colores


Date: 6/19/2001
Time: 9:37:55 AM

Comments:

Thank you for the frequent updates.  I feel like I'm an honorary parishioner at St Thomas.

I enjoy reading about your active ministry at St Thomas.   May God continue to bless you.


Date: 1/30/2001
Time: 3:49:22 PM

Comments:

Very Nice Page!
Keep up the Great Site!

GOD BLESS+
Brian A. Mac Ineirghe
OALDEY@optonline.net
www.emmanuel-greatriver.org


Date: 1/29/2001
Time: 8:05:58 AM

Comments:

Interesting and informative web site!

Tara Hutchings
St. John's, NF, Canada


Date: 1/24/2001
Time: 1:15:30 PM

Comments:

I enjoyed visiting St. Thomas on the web.  I would like to say Hi to Mavis
Simon.  I worked with her at American Tobacco Co. for many years.  She has
a wonderful human spirit.  I also know Clark Turner (wife- Susan).  I also
worked with John Dillard (wife - Lennie).

Thanks.  Carole Ann Smith, St. Barnabas/Greensboro


Date: 1/24/2001
Time: 12:03:16 PM

Comments:

very nice. I'm impressed. Jim Prevatt


Date: 1/23/2001
Time: 9:29:38 PM

Comments:

Hi:  Good work.  Keep it up.  Elliott Sorge


Date: 1/11/2001
Time: 3:10:27 PM

Comments:

Fellow Episcopalians,
What a delight to browse through your web pages.  My greatest respect to
the individual(s) who are responsible for this!  Perhaps you will give us
lessons -- when we get on the Net officially, that is.

Sincerely,
Ginny Sharrow
Epiphany, Eden


Date: 1/8/2001
Time: 8:57:39 AM

Comments:

John,
You and Susan have truly been a blessing to St. Thomas.  Thanks for all
the work you have done to give us such a wonderful website.

Blessings,

Tom Balsley

 


Date: 1/3/2001
Time: 10:53:10 AM

Comments:

I enjoy visiting St Thomas by web page.  You've done a beautiful job!
Hello to all my friends at St Thomas!

Barbara Crouch - Trinity, Statesville
bcrouch@conninc.com


Date: 1/2/2001
Time: 9:50:04 PM

Comments:

Dear "Webservant",

It has been wonderful visiting your web page and viewing pictures of
current activities, the church calendar and the schedule of services
and the Newletter with the monthly news that can be shared with not
only St. Thomas members but people in our community and throughout
North Carolina and beyond.

Thank you "Webservant"

Mary Ham
Reidsville, North Carolina


Date: 1/1/2001
Time: 6:58:04 PM

Comments:

Dear "Webservant",

What a wonderful web site.  I thoroughly enjoyed my visit to this vertual
parish hall.  Keep up the good work, and I look forward to visiting
frequently.

Peace be with you,

Chuck Rhodes
Reidville, NC


Date: 12/31/2000
Time: 9:38:21 PM

Comments:

Thank you for visiting the St. Thomas' website, our "cyber" home on the
world wide web.  We hope that you'll return to visit us often and we'll
look forward to an opportunity to welcome you in person here in
Reidsville, NC.

We hope that you will leave us a note here on our Guest Book with your
greetings, comments, or any special prayer concerns.

Let's consider this space our "virtual" Parish Hall where we can all
enjoy some time of fellowship together!

Blessings & Peace,
John Bullock
Ye Olde WebServant
john@mygraphicdetails.com


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