The Discernment Committee has created a list of questions and answers about the Priest in Charge discernment process. This can be accessed from most website pages using a link in the sidebar (right after the QUICK LINKS).
O, COME, LET US ADORE HIM!
December 24 at 4p.m. – Christmas Eve Festival Eucharist with pageant, and music by youth and handbell choirs.
10p.m. – Christmas Eve Festival Eucharist with music by the Parish Choir, and congregational caroling beginning at 9:40p.m.
December 25 at 10a.m. in the chapel – Christmas Day Eucharist with carols
December 28, 10a.m. service – come celebrate Christmas 1 with alternative readings, Christmas carols, and special music by Susan Gates.
January 6 – 7p.m. – The Epiphany – come join all of the choirs as we celebrate the 12th Day of Christmas. Followed by a dessert potluck in the Parish Hall.
For the December 7 Sunday Forum, Emily Andrews presented results from the Discernment Cottage Meetings. The slides from the presentation are available via the following link:
December 7, 2014
The beginning of the good news of Jesus Christ….
Whenever Caesar’s army won a battle runners went to the cities of the empire to announce the victory. These announcements were called “good news”. The people celebrated the good news because an enemy had been defeated. Continue reading
All Saints Church offers a monthly family service which includes songs, prayers, a story, and Eucharist. It lasts about 30 minutes. We would love to have YOU join us! While these services are geared toward families with small children, ALL are welcomed and invited.
Our 2015 services are scheduled for: January 25, February 22, March 22, May 24 and June 14
If you would like to receive emails about up coming Family Services, please contact us using the Contact Us page, select “Family Service” in the “To be contacted” and you will be added to our contact list.
On 12/21, Rev. Bill Bradbury will lead a forum about Mary. We call her “the mother of Jesus”. The ancient church called her the “Mother of God”. Let’s look at Mary and see if there is more to learn about this woman who said “yes” to God.
There will be no forum on the 28th.
Our December installment of the All Saints’ Church School Newsletter is here! This month’s issue includes information about our December service schedule, pageant rehearsals, and a great reflection on the rewards of serving as a Safe Church Advocate. Enjoy!
The 2014 Poinsettia order form is available for download and/or printing.
Either right-click the link below and choose “Save link as…” or you can left-click and then print or save the file after it displays in your PDF reader.
With a (printing-enabled) tablet or phone, touch the link, open using the desired app, and print from there.
Our chapel has a bell tower and bell, which were added to the original structure in the 1890’s. Under the leadership of Dan Wilson, our high school youth are now ringing the bell at 9:55a.m. We hope that you will enjoy hearing a part of our heritage, and that you will use this sound as a signal to prepare for the start of our worship service with a time of silence and reflection.