All Saints Church — Bay Head


Upcoming Events

Senior Resource Fair
Tuesday, October 9, 10:00 am - 2:00 pm
A HUGE thank you to all the many friends who helped with the Senior Resource Fair on Tuesday, Oct. 9th. Rick and I thank all who donated the 5 "c's" - carrots, celery, cheese, crackers, and cookies. We appreciate the many bunches of grapes that filled the table. We had lots of volunteers to keep the coffee hot and the cold beverages flowing. We also thank Priscilla Hiby who donated our gift card raffle items and others whose cash donations contributed to a great day. Please stop by the table in Bristol Hall and help yourself to the many brochures and info sheets from the Fair.
Lunch and Learn
Sunday, October 14, 12:00 pm
The Legacy Society of All Saints Church is inviting the entire congregation to a ‘Lunch and Learn’ session following coffee hour after the 10:15 am service on October 14th.
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St. Gregory’s Pantry Meeting
Tuesday, October 16, 9:30 am
Breakfast will be served; current and prospective volunteers, and clergy are invited to attend to assist planning holiday distributions.
Women's Guild Meeting
Tuesday, October 16, 12:00 pm
The Reverend Mary Frances Schjonberg will share stories of her recent travels. All are welcome.
Supper with All Saints
Tuesday, Oct. 30, 4 pm - 6 pm
Ghosts and goblins will gather for an evening meal with good food and good friends. Costumes not required, but are welcome. Witches and warlocks are invited to volunteer - there is a sign-up sheet in Bristol Hall.
Celebration of All Saints Day
Sunday, November 4
Envelopes will be placed in the pews for Sundays. Please place the envelopes with your donations with the names of those you wish to remember (in memory or in thanksgiving) in the offering plates. All names with the donation need to be in the church office by Monday, October 29.
St. Nicholas Bazaar
Saturday, November 10, 10 am – 3 pm
Our St. Nicholas Bazaar will soon be here. Your help and donations are greatly appreciated. (Phone numbers available through Announcements insert.)
Chic Boutique: We welcome your most stylish jackets, sweaters, evening wear, quality purses, silk scarves, men’s ties, and fine jewelry. Due to limited space, we are unable to accept shoes, casual wear or men’s clothing. Questions? Call Linda Graham.
Artists & Crafters: Holiday decorations for the home, tree and gift giving are needed. We would love your own creations. Call Barbara Tuzio for Christmas tree decorations or Joyce Cornelius for home decorations.
Children's Corner: New and nearly new clothing, hand-knit sweaters, mittens, and baby blankets are favorites. Nearly-new and new games, dolls, books, and small furniture pieces are also welcome. Call Diane Lippert.
Santa's Elegant Attic: Antiques, china, crystal, silver, brass, serving pieces, collectibles, small pieces of furniture are all gratefully accepted. No Rummage Sale Items or Electrical Appliances. Deadline is November 1st. Call Susan Laymon or Joan Hamelberg.
Book Lovers: Consider recycling some “good reads.” Please, no text books, periodicals/magazines, cassette tapes or DVD’s. However, audio books are acceptable.
Mrs. Claus' Gourmet Kitchen needs homemade jams, jellies, marmalades, confections, pickles, relishes and soups (frozen items can be stored in the All Saints freezer.) Later, we will be asking for cookies, breads, muffins, pies (may be frozen), cheese spreads and small-portion take-out entrees. Call Jeanette Caldwell or Sally Holaday.

Recurring Events

Anglican Studies (monthly)
Teens: Second Sunday, 9:00 am
Adults: Third Sunday, 9:00 am
Two separate series of hour-long gatherings will focus on Anglican Studies. Although the series is intended to provide the basics for adults and teens of the church to be prepared for baptism and/or confirmation, it is also a great forum for refreshing one's understanding of the relationship between the Episcopal Church and the Anglican Communion and to enter into conversation with other adult seekers of faith. Sessions will be held October through June at 9 a.m. in the Conference Room.
Holy Eucharist
Wednesdays, 8:30 am
Most times, the mid-week celebration of the Holy Eucharist includes a special commemoration of a particular person or event in the Episcopal Church calendar.
Weekly Bible Study
Wednesdays, 11:00 am
This Lectionary-Based Bible Study, which uses the Synthesis CE material distributed on Sundays, can be a great help for us to become more familiar with the scripture that will be read on Sundays. So, please mark your calendar now for our one-hour times together on Wednesday mornings at 11:00 (Labor Day through Memorial Day.) We conclude our time together with the brief service of Noonday Prayer. All are welcome, no prerequisite necessary.
Benedictine Way
Wednesdays, 6:30 pm
Starting with Evening Prayer, Benedictine Way is the name for a group that gathers weekly with the Rector (Labor Day through Memorial Day) to explore the 1,500+ year-old Rule of Saint Benedict and Benedictine spirituality and how they can help us to further develop our relationship with God and with each other. Norveen Vest’s book PREFERRING CHRIST is used as part of this time together. All are welcome, no prerequisite necessary.

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