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).
The Sunday after Labor Day, the Parish Life Committee will be hosting the annual Welcome Back cookout. It is the beginning of our church school program year as well as other regular activities that tend to “go on vacation” during the summer. There will be hot dogs, hamburgers, etc. served in the inner courtyard following the 10am service (or in the Parish Hall in the case of inclement weather). If you would like to bring a salad or a dessert to share it will be greatly appreciated; everything else will be provided.
Hope to see you all there!!
11 Pentecost—Proper 16-A
August 24, 2014
Richard Rohr says that one of his staff members at the Center for Action and Contemplation has a neighbor in south Albuquerque, who is a devout Catholic: this neighbor attends Mass every Sunday, and has a statue of the BVM in his front yard, and yet he is, according to Rohr, by word and deed “racist to the core.” Continue reading
This cool weather helps us, whether or not we want it to, to think of the fall and switching gears. We have an active music program with four choir rehearsals on Thursday nights. Our vocal choirs start with grade 1 or 2 (as soon as a child can read words) and goes up from there. Last year, our choirs re-branded themselves. Continue reading
Have we got your attention? We hope so! The Church School Council will be asking the entire parish to join us on Sunday, Sept. 14th for Church School Sunday as we present to you our Church School Programs. We will ask those who can stay after the 10am service to gather in the Parish Hall where we will provide you with a lovely coffee hour. After a few minutes for you to get a snack, Bill will ring the bell and we will start! Continue reading
Hello Thrift Shop Volunteers! Here is where you can find the Weekly Workers Schedule and the Week Schedule for the year. To find your work dates:
- Using the Weekly Worker Schedule , find your Week # – listed on the far left
- In the same document, find your work day and time : noted in the top of the column where you find your name
- Using this info, check the Week Schedule for the Year to locate the exact dates of your schedule; the weeks have been color coded on the calendar. So if you work the 3rd Week Thursday am, find each green colored Thursday in each month, and place this date in your own calendar.
- Be sure to check for your name in the 5th WEEK Schedule at the bottom of the Weekly Worker’s Schedule.
Follow the links below to find the schedules:
All Saints currently has a couple opportunities to join this very rewarding ministry which feeds our neighbors on the second Wednesday of each month. And while the personal commitment is rather small the impact of this ministry is significant. The first opportunity would be to join one of our feeding teams which provides and serves a meal just three times a year. And while we are blessed with fairly well staffed teams there is currently the need for a few more team members. The second opportunity would be to help us build a “substitute List” as occasionally thing come up and team members are unable to help out on their scheduled date leaving their team shorthanded. St Paul’s has been feeding on average over 100 people each day so having a full team is imperative to each teams ability to complete this task. It is vital that we have enough help each month as there are so many people counting on All Saints to feed the people on our scheduled Wednesdays. Having a list of people in reserve would be a great blessing to team leaders and everyone involved. If you are interested in this mission or if you have any question at all please feel free to speak to or contact either Linda Masiello email@example.com or Deb Dutton firstname.lastname@example.org