All Saints Church — Bay Head


Core Values

At All Saints Church, Bay Head, NJ, we strive to be:

Welcoming and Friendly

All are welcomed as Jesus would be welcomed. Visitors, friends and guests are greeted warmly and encouraged to participate fully with members and others in the church’s activities, including: worship, hospitality, fellowship, and more. All are encouraged to return.

Faithful to Our Episcopal Ethos

As Episcopalians, we value being part of the Diocese of New Jersey, the Episcopal Church and the world-wide Anglican Communion. The Anglican theology of God’s revelation to humanity – including through Scripture, Tradition and Reason — is most endearing to our spiritual life.

Guided by Our Liturgical Tradition

Using the Book of Common Prayer our worship is broad-based and reverent, making it familiar to as large a number of Episcopalians as possible and also representative of Episcopal worship to others.

Reaching Out to Those in Need

“You shall love your neighbor…”

Our ministry includes helping our neighbors in need: local, regional, national and global. In addition to our parish-wide efforts we work as a trusted community convener to focus the understanding of and support for solutions to common causes of concern.

Reaching In to Help Our Faith Community

“…as yourself.”

Our ministry includes a clear focus as well on our members and friends in need. We support the members of our faith community who need our prayers, our love and our attention in a variety of ways: visits, meals, pastoral care, communication, transportation, greeting cards and more.


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Parish Updates

Service via Zoom at 10:15 a.m.
Sunday, September 20th, 10:15 AM
We are gathering every Sunday at 10:15 a.m. for “Zoomcharist.” You can connect via this link to join on Zoom. Our Zoom doors open at 10 a.m. For those of you connecting by phone, the number to use is 929 436 2866 US. Meeting ID: 832 4790 4469
Our Zoom sanctuary will become our Zoom parish hall where we will convene for a virtual coffee (half) hour immediately after the end of our worship. Please join us!
Saturday Evening Outdoor Worship
September 19, 2020, 5:30 pm
Our next in-person Saturday outdoor worship service will be on September 19th. This service will be held outside in the backyard of the rectory at 5:30 p.m. **Advance Sign-Up is required**. You must sign up in advance to attend the Saturday service by contacting Linda Calvillo in the Parish Office (732-892-7478 or admin@allsaintsbayhead.org) no later than 1 p.m. on the Thursday, September 17th.You need to give us the contact information for you and anyone else who will be attending with you. When you sign up, you will receive a confirming email to which will be attached our Covenant for Regathering, which outlines the promises we make to each other in this time of pandemic. You can read the covenant hereCovenant for Regathering in Worship
Wind, Rain and Fire
August 2020
It is that time of the year, sadly. Mother Nature crashes summer and forces us to witness over 12,000 lightning strikes that ignite wildfires in California, a hurricane roaring in from the Gulf of Mexico, and the derecho windstorm that ripped the silos apart and mowed the corn flat in Iowa. And, we’re only in August! In the past, Outreach would be asking for a loose plate collection. But we’re not passing the plate these dates. We still want to live up to our name, Outreach. So we are asking you to give, if you can, either by sending a check to All Saints Church, with "disasters" in the memo line, or visiting the e-giving link in the website and select "Natural Disasters" for your donation. We understand we are asking for your help at a time when so many need help right at home, and we are grateful for anyone who can share. -- Phyllis Kata, Outreach Committee
Flowers and Light
June 2020
**To the glory of God** All Saints Church members have traditionally commemorated their family’s significant life events by sponsoring altar flowers and the sanctuary light. You can continue that tradition during these pandemic days. Even though we are not worshipping in the building, the sanctuary light is still burning to indicate that consecrated Eucharistic elements are present. You may still sponsor the light. And, while we are not purchasing flowers for the altar each week, you are invited to contribute to a virtual altar flower fund. The suggested donation for the sanctuary candle is $10.00, and $20.00 for virtual altar flowers. You can make your donation via eGiving or by sending a check to the Altar Guild at the church.
ASC Book Club
Tuesday, September 15, 2020, 7:30 PM
Join us for our next ASC Book Club Zoom meeting on Tuesday, September 15th, at 7:30 pm. We will be discussing *"Mill on th e Floss"* by George Eliot. We invite you to join the ASC Book Club, whether you read the book or not. Call Phyllis Kata, 732-892-5198 or email at ed-phyllis@comcast.net, and we’ll send you the Zoom meeting link. We welcome all.
eGiving
June 2020
We're pleased to announce that eGiving is now active on our website. It is a tab on the upper right of the front page that when clicked will give a drop down menu to walk you through the transaction using a credit card. It is a very simple procedure similar to making other charitable donations online.
Vestry Meeting Minutes
July 14, 2020
You can find the minutes from July 14, 2020 Vestry Meeting by clicking here Vestry Meeting Minutes 7 14 2020
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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