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The Rev. Sarah Fisher The Rev. Sarah Fisher is associate rector of St. Patrick's Episcopal Church in Dunwoody, GA.

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The Rev. Sarah Fisher

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St. Patrick's Episcopal Church, Dunwoody, GA

The Rev. Sarah K. Fisher is associate rector of St. Patrick's Episcopal Church in Atlanta, GA. Before coming to St. Patrick's in late 2014, she was interim rector of Grace-Calvary Episcopal Church in Clarkesville, GA. Before that she was rector of St. Peter's Church in Chicago, and earlier served other churches in Chicago and Athens, GA.

Sarah is a graduate of Agnes Scott College in Decatur, GA, and earned her M.Div. degree from the General Theological Seminary in New York City. She is vice president and a board member of TENS: The Episcopal Network for Stewardship.


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The Rev. Sarah Fisher

A Grand Dinner Party: God's Movable Feast

John 6:35,41-51

11th Sunday after Pentecost - Year B

August 09, 2015

The Rev. Sarah Fisher (TEC)

 

We stood in Mrs. Trieschmann's kitchen. Martha was in charge of seasoning the chicken. I was on green bean duty. It was the spring of our junior year of high school, and we decided to throw a dinner party. All of our friends were invited and we were giddy with anticipation. The table was set with Mrs. Trieschmann's finest china and delicate crystal. Flowers from the yard, in beautiful Georgia bloom, had been arranged; and we had even employed Martha's younger sister, Catherine, to be our server for the night. All that remained was the guests' arrival and the plating of the meal. Guiding us along the way, helping us and teaching us as we went, was Martha's mom, Mrs. Trieschmann, who was and forever will be in my mind a cross between Martha Stewart and Donna Reed. Mrs. Trieschmann helped us, not hovering, but rather offering guidance and direction when we needed it, making space for us to learn and giving us a map for how to make this meal something other than every day, how to make it extraordinary.

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