All Saints Church — Bay Head

All Saints Church Welcomes You!

Much has happened at All Saints Church since it was established as a place of worship for summer residents of Bay Head more than 125 years ago. In fact, much has changed at All Saints since October 2012, when the church building was ripped from its foundation and the rectory was rendered uninhabitable by Superstorm Sandy.

Under the leadership of our rector, the Rev. Robert A. Nagy, we continue to celebrate our rebirth. And, we are re defining “community,” what our mission and goals are going forward, and why the unique character of this parish—its fellowship and resilience—are so important to us and to our neighbors in Monmouth and Ocean counties, across New Jersey, and around the world.

We have sought to create a welcoming environment paired with a loving outreach ministry. By creating programs for people of all ages, we help our members come together in faith and in everyday life. We invite all resourceful, imaginative, inquisitive, or energetic newcomers to join us and “pitch in” on our journey.

If you are joining us in worship for the first time, please introduce yourself to the ushers and join us at Coffee Hour following our 10:15 service on Sunday. We’d love to meet you and answer any questions you may have. At All Saints, All are Welcome!


The Rev. Robert A. Nagy 


Church Administrator: 
Christine McLeod (732-892-7478)
Jeannette Caldwell
Music Coordinator: 
Stephen Pinel
Cheryl Smith
Clayton Smith, Sr.
Senior Warden: 
Gerald Harvey
Junior Warden: 
Joe DeAmicis
Paul Hamelberg
Clerk of the Vestry: 
Meghan Nally

Meet our Vestry

Gerald Harvey
Senior Warden

Joe DeAmicis
Junior Warden

Lori Copman
Christian Education

Julie Chowansky
Fellowship, Newcomers, Fundraising

Lois Eberhart
Women's Guild

Phyllis Kata

James Doran

Linda Graham

Priscilla Hiby

Mark Durham

Scott McMurray

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Upcoming Events

Burning Previous Years' Palms
through Tuesday, March 5
In preparation for Ash Wednesday, it will be necessary for all of us to bring to the church the palms that we have received on previous years’ Palm Sundays so they may be burned and the ashes used for the Imposition of Ashes on Ash Wednesday. This is a helpful symbol for the cycle of life and death. So, please bring those palms to the church no later than Shrove Tuesday (March 5.) A basket in which to place your palms is in the Narthex near the Baptismal Font for your convenience now through Shrove Tuesday.
Church School will not meet
February 24, 10:15 am
Because of President's weekend.
Supper with All Saints
Tuesday, February 26, 4:00 pm - 6:00 pm
Shrove Tuesday comes a week early! Come join us, in Bristol Hall, for a Pancake Supper complete with breakfast sausages, bacon and lots of maple syrup. All are welcome to join us, and if you want to help prepare and serve that evening, please check the List of Tasks on the Outreach Bulletin in Bristol Hall.
Meeting of the Cannon Memorial Scholarship working group
Sunday, March 3, Following Hospitality
All interested parishioners are invited to attend.
Shrove Tuesday Pancake Supper
Tuesday, March 5, 6:00 pm
Please join us in Bristol Hall for an evening of good food and fellowship. A sign up poster is on the bulletin board outside Bristol Hall. We are in need of cooks, set up, clean-up crew, and desserts. For more information, please call Julie Chowansky, 732 740 9675.
The Celebration of the Holy Eucharist with the Imposition of Ashes
March 6, 8:30 am and 7:30 pme
Begins the season of Lent. Please make every effort to attend one of these services.
Recurring Events
Sundays and Wednesdays
Please view our events page for specific times.

Other Information

Church Directories
Issued every six months
Everyone who receives email blasts via their email address should have received a digital copy of the Church Directory.
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