All Saints Church — Bay Head


Planned Giving

All Saints Church has served Bay Head and surrounding New Jersey shore communities for nearly 130 years. To ensure that our ministries remain vibrant for future generations, we encourage planned giving through contributions to the Legacy Society, which has been created to formalize our acceptance of bequests and related gifts. Planned, long-term gifts to the parish complement our annual financial pledges and support our parish community as well as communities in Monmouth and Ocean counties, across New Jersey and around the world.

All Saints Church’s planned giving ministry, the Legacy Society, was formed to expand All Saints’ endowment through the acceptance of estate and planned gifts. The Legacy Society is open to anyone who declares they have made a provision for All Saints Church in their estate plan. Those of us who make such provisions join those who have made legacy gifts of record in the past, who will be added as members of the Society. By providing for All Saints with a legacy gift, you will continue to fund its ministries and mission in perpetuity.

As All Saints continues to grow, it is important that resources for our ministries keep pace with that growth through a well-funded endowment. Consult your financial planning professional to discuss what options are best-suited to your situation.

To learn more about becoming a member of the Legacy Society of All Saints Church, view the linked documents below, or contact the All Saints parish office at 732-892-7478.

Introduction Letter 
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Planned Giving Options 
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Lunch and Learn

Mark your calendars! 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. More details >

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Upcoming Events

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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Anglican Studies for Teens Resumes
Second Sundays at 9:00 am, starting October 14
This series of hour-long gatherings in the Conference Room will provide the necessary basics to be prepared for baptism and/or confirmation.
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St. Gregory’s Pantry Meeting
Tuesday, October 16, 9:30 am
Current and prospective volunteers, and clergy are invited to attend to assist planning.
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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.
Newsletter Deadline
Wednesday, October 24
Please submit all articles for the newsletter to Linda Gyurko.
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.
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Recurring Events
Sundays and Wednesdays
Please view our events page for specific times.
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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