In-person Retreat: Thanksgiving Trinity Retreat Center (West Cornwall, CT) Nov. 24-28 Priest-in-Charge Lebanon, OH AddThis Sharing ButtonsShare to PrintFriendlyPrintFriendlyShare to FacebookFacebookShare to TwitterTwitterShare to EmailEmailShare to MoreAddThis Rector and Chaplain Eugene, OR Rector Albany, NY Curate Diocese of Nebraska Priest Associate or Director of Adult Ministries Greenville, SC Associate Rector for Family Ministries Anchorage, AK Rector Smithfield, NC Assistant/Associate Rector Washington, DC Join the Episcopal Diocese of Texas in Celebrating the Pauli Murray Feast Online Worship Service June 27 TryTank Experimental Lab and York St. John University of England Launch Survey to Study the Impact of Covid-19 on the Episcopal Church TryTank Experimental Lab Ya no son extranjeros: Un diálogo acerca de inmigración Una conversación de Zoom June 22 @ 7 p.m. ET Assistant/Associate Rector Morristown, NJ Course Director Jerusalem, Israel Submit a Job Listing The Church Investment Group Commends the Taskforce on the Theology of Money on its report, The Theology of Money and Investing as Doing Theology Church Investment Group Missioner for Disaster Resilience Sacramento, CA Associate Priest for Pastoral Care New York, NY Associate Rector Columbus, GA Director of Music Morristown, NJ Rector Bath, NC New Berrigan Book With Episcopal Roots Cascade Books Posted Dec 5, 2016 Press Release Service Rector Knoxville, TN Inaugural Diocesan Feast Day Celebrating Juneteenth San Francisco, CA (and livestream) June 19 @ 2 p.m. PT Episcopal Migration Ministries’ Virtual Prayer Vigil for World Refugee Day Facebook Live Prayer Vigil June 20 @ 7 p.m. ET Rector Pittsburgh, PA Featured Jobs & Calls Rector Belleville, IL [5 de diciembre del 2016] Se aceptan las solicitudes de becas 2017 de la Ofrenda Unida de Acción de Gracias. Los formularios de solicitud están disponibles aquí.El enfoque de las becas 2017 de la Ofrenda Unida de Acción de Gracias es Evangelismo – Reconciliación: Siguiendo la manera de Jesús de crear relaciones, amorosas, liberadores y dadoras de vida, con Dios, con los demás y con toda la creación.“Este es el Movimiento de Jesús y la Ofrenda Unida de Acción de Gracias es una parte del Movimiento de Jesús”, comentó Sandra K. Squires, Ed. D., Presidente de la Junta Directiva de la Ofrenda Unida de Acción de Gracias. “Únase a nosotros ya que la Ofrenda Unida de Acción de Gracias continúa su tradición de agradecimiento otorgando becas para el 2017”.Conocida en todo el mundo como la UTO, las becas de la Ofrenda Unida de Acción de Gracias se otorgan para proyectos que abordan necesidades humanas y ayudan a aliviar la pobreza, tanto a nivel nacional como internacional, en la Iglesia Episcopal y en la Comunión Anglicana. La Ofrenda Unida de Acción de Gracias fue fundada para apoyar misiones y ministerios innovadores que el presupuesto de la Iglesia Episcopal no se ha expandido a financiar y para promover la gratitud y la misión en toda la Iglesia. Los fondos no están permitidos para la continuación de los ministerios ya en curso.Las directrices detalladas para solicitar las becas están aquí. La fecha límite es el 3 de marzo del 2017, a las 5 de la tarde, hora del este.La lista de proyectos permitidos y no elegibles se encuentra aquí.Notas importantesLas directrices detalladas están disponibles aquí.Por favor, tenga en cuenta que:La Ofrenda Unida de Acción de Gracias aceptará:• solicitudes de becas para los costos de puesta en marcha de un nuevo ministerio.• una solicitud de beca por diócesis dentro de la Iglesia Episcopal;• se puede presentar una solicitud adicional para una beca de una diócesis compañera de la Iglesia Episcopal. 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ShareFacebookTwitterPinterestWhatsappMailOrhttps://www.archdaily.com/82567/yerger-residence-chen-suchart-studio-llc Clipboard Photographs Yerger Residence / Chen + Suchart Studio LLCSave this projectSaveYerger Residence / Chen + Suchart Studio LLC Yerger Residence / Chen + Suchart Studio LLC ShareFacebookTwitterPinterestWhatsappMailOrhttps://www.archdaily.com/82567/yerger-residence-chen-suchart-studio-llc Clipboard “COPY” Photographs: Bill Timmerman Text description provided by the architects. This site for this project has one main view to the east towards Camelback Mountain. The intent of the project was to focus the views towards the iconic landmark to capture it and have it constantly presenced in the experience of the house while creating other introspective moments of experience. Save this picture!© Bill TimmermanRecommended ProductsWoodLunawoodThermowood FacadesPorcelain StonewareCosentinoSurfaces – Dekton® Chromica CollectionRenders / 3D AnimationAUGmentectureAugmented Reality Platform – AUGmentecture™Enclosures / Double Skin FacadesAlucoilStructural Honeycomb Panels – LarcoreThe project takes the form of an architectural cast-in-place concrete base upon which a floating sheet steel clad open-ended volume and an 8-4-16 masonry volume are situated. An entry sequence leading from the street, along a koi pond, into the entry, and to a negative edge pool distinguish the main public spaces and master suite while offering a place of repose. Save this picture!© Bill TimmermanThe main living space of the house maintains an open plan configuration and borrows Camelback Mountain and brings it into this space. This relationship is further maintained by the ability to slide sliding glass doors completely away for an uninhibited view. Two guest bedrooms, also part of this open-ended volume, afford the view due to the plan configuration of the bathroom and closet spaces along the west elevation. Save this picture!© Bill TimmermanThe master suite by contrast is a more cellular division of spaces that control views and privacy. A study is located at the same level as the entry and living space while the master bedroom and master bathroom are situated higher in section to allow for additional privacy. The master bedroom has one specific corner view whose sliding glass door is mounted to the exterior of the CMU volume in order to exacerbate the specifity of this view. For reasons of privacy, the master suite is an introverted and focused series of interior spaces and exterior spaces while still maintaining a view to Camelback Mountain from the master bedroom. Save this picture!© Bill TimmermanThe CIP concrete base houses a sunken garage and an exercise area that leads to a sunken garden in the back of the house. The exercise area can be opened up to the garden space for outdoor exercise as well. By configuring this base lower than the original grade, the project sought to minimize the impact of the vehicle as part of the primary elevation. The sunken garden allows for a cooler outdoor space which promotes outdoor exercise from the interior exercise area. Save this picture!© Bill TimmermanThe floating volume which houses the living room and two bedrooms is a metal stud framed construction whose cladding is comprised of blind fastened 4’ X 15’ 10 gauge sheets of weathering steel. In order to minimize the economic impact of this cladding, 40,000lbs of steel were cut to size and shipped directly from the steel mill in Alabama to the job site. This strategy proved to be economic as the cost of going directly to the steel mill proved to be less than using lower quality material from a local steel supplier. Save this picture!© Bill TimmermanThe interior finishes of the project juxtapose highly refined materials with raw industrial materials in order to heighten one another’s unique qualities. The interior finishes are comprised of polished wenge millwork, non-directional stainless steel countertops, white Carrera marble, and terrazzo flooring. These finishes constantly enter a dialogue with one another by means of their configuration and junctions. Save this picture!© Bill TimmermanWhile the project’s main view and focus is towards Camelback Mountain, the spaces of the project work to not only maintain this view but also seek to establish a new series of contrasting spaces.Save this picture!© Bill TimmermanProject gallerySee allShow lessNew Look for the Winter GardenArticlesIJhal Competition Winner / Wiel Arets ArchitectsArticles Share Save this picture!© Bill Timmerman+ 33 Share CopyHouses•Phoenix, United States “COPY” United States 2009 Architects: Chen + Suchart Studio LLC Area Area of this architecture project ArchDaily Houses Year: Area: 361 m² Year Completion year of this architecture project Projects CopyAbout this officeChen + Suchart Studio LLCOfficeFollowProductsSteelConcrete#TagsProjectsBuilt ProjectsSelected ProjectsResidential ArchitectureHousesPhoenixHousesUnited StatesPublished on October 20, 2010Cite: “Yerger Residence / Chen + Suchart Studio LLC” 20 Oct 2010. ArchDaily. Accessed 12 Jun 2021.
LYING between the commercial hubs of Smithfield and Redlynch, Kamerunga offers an experience living with nature so many arrive in the Far North to experience.Stretching from the lower reaches of the Barron River and popular freshwater swimming spot Stoney Creek in the west, through cane fields and small pockets of residential housing to the east, little has changed in the past 15 years.Located 10km northwest of Cairns’ city centre and home to 926 residents, Kamerunga is believed to have taken its name from the Yidinji people’s name for Barron Gorge.An old bridge, off Lake Placid Rd and now used for fishing, used to be a main crossing point of the Barron River. A new road bridge opened in 1980.Brett Carnell owns Kamerunga holiday house Wanggulay, nestled in rainforest on the edge of the Barron River.The former pilot picked out the spot from the air while at work one day.He said tourists from all over the world kept returning, hooked on the tranquillity and wildlife. “I had a bird’s eye view of Australia and out of the whole country it stood out,” Mr Carnell said.“We’ve probably welcomed more than 7000 people in that time. “Being in the rainforest and having a really beautiful existence and being nearby to the Reef and the rest of the great attractions is the best part about the place. There’s a beautiful little track you can take through the cane fields to Freshwater train station. It really makes you feel like you’re living in the tropics.”Resident Anna Rosendale said driving to work through the suburb and taking in the mountainous backdrop was the “perfect start to every day”. More from newsCairns home ticks popular internet search terms3 days agoTen auction results from ‘active’ weekend in Cairns3 days ago“It is a place full of pleasant surprises with houses tucked away in quiet, leafy, green natural pockets of rainforest, yet surrounded by all the facilities you could need within a 5 to10 minute drive,” she said.Easy access to the Northern Beaches, plus shopping centres, restaurants, entertainment, trades, medical services and schools, as well as freshwater swimming areas, walking and hiking trails, including Stoney Creek historic trails and national parks make it a great place for those who love the great outdoors. The area is also serviced by public buses and a private school bus service.Peace Lutheran College staff member Angelina Mortley said visitors to the school often commented on how peaceful and inviting the environment was.“It is easily accessible from its surrounding suburbs and with facilities so close by, it is so convenient to be able to pop out quickly and get whatever you need, either during breaks or on the way home,” she said.“Our boarding students also love how close the CBD and sporting facilities are.”
Published on February 27, 2012 at 12:00 pm Facebook Twitter Google+ Comments Quentin Hillsman had been waiting all season to see what his team was capable of.Only one segment of the offense was working. Hillsman catered his entire game plan to maximize Kayla Alexander and Iasia Hemingway’s abilities in the frontcourt, and both have scored consistently all season. But without Syracuse’s guards clicking on all cylinders, the Orange would never reach its full potential.Finally, on the road against then-No. 21 DePaul on Feb. 21, SU’s guards turned in their best performance of the season. The Orange’s four guards combined to score 63 of the team’s 81 points as SU stunned the Blue Demons by 16 points.‘They have to make shots for us to get the ball inside, and I think that now they’re making shots,’ Hillsman said Feb. 23. ‘Sometimes we spread ourselves in the post, but because when they’re scoring it’s not becoming a big issue.’Syracuse (17-13, 6-10 Big East) has reached new heights behind a more balanced offensive attack in recent games. After relying solely on the frontcourt tandem of Alexander and Hemingway earlier in the season to carry the offense, the performances from SU’s guards through the regular season’s final stretch run has helped the Orange blow out inferior Big East opponents and hang with elite ones.AdvertisementThis is placeholder textWith even production across the board on offense, SU has taken big leaps forward in playing competitive basketball.The offense’s resurgence began after an unsettling performance against Louisville on Feb. 11. After an 89-62 blowout, the Orange needed to do everything necessary to stay afloat in the Big East picture. Syracuse did that against Marquette in its next game a week later with one of its most complete efforts of the season.SU guards Carmen Tyson-Thomas and Elashier Hall finished with 15 and 14 points, respectively, as the Orange went on to rout the Golden Eagles 79-63.Throughout the season, the SU backcourt felt the pressure to complement Alexander and Hemingway’s dynamic inside game. But Hall said when their shots began to fall in recent games, the guards’ confidence swelled and the team has seen the results.‘People are obviously getting hip to our high-low game and scouting Iasia really well and Kayla, so we knew that the guards had to step up at some point,’ Hall said Feb. 23. ‘Our shots weren’t falling earlier in the season and now they are, and that’s really built our confidence to keep shooting them and attacking the basket.’The Syracuse guard play is a big reason why the Orange is sticking with the tougher opponents that haunted SU earlier in the season. Against then-No. 15 Georgetown on Saturday, SU point guard Rachel Coffey made the Hoyas pay for their inability to close out on the shooters around the perimeter.When the Hoyas pulled in front 38-37 with less than 14 minutes remaining in the second half, Coffey came up with a huge 3 from the top of the key to help SU regain the lead. Though SU ultimately fell 65-62, Coffey’s 15 points were the highlight for the Orange.But it was still a far cry from when the Hoyas demolished Syracuse 69-42 on Jan. 15, a game that saw SU’s guards combine for 11 points.Coffey said opponents primarily focus on Syracuse’s post players, which opened up space for the guards to operate all season, and now they’re finally taking advantage.‘It helps, but we need to hit shots for it to be a factor because they do worry about the high post with Kayla, so they didn’t really play our shooting too far out,’ Coffey said Feb. 23. ‘It helps because it gives us the opportunity to hit shots.’The recent success of the backcourt has enabled Hillsman to seek out the right combinations in the lineup to create efficient rotations.And with the guards finally complementing the frontcourt, the Orange is playing the best it has played all season heading into postseason play.‘They’re playing well and they’re playing free, they’re playing loose and they’re just playing good basketball,’ Hillsman said. ‘Obviously, for them to be doing what they’re doing at this point of the season lets you know that they’re jelling, their camaraderie is good and they’re playing well together.’[email protected]