All Saints Church — Bay Head

All Saints Church Welcomes You!

Welcome to All Saints Church located on the beautiful Jersey Shore. We are entering the Epiphany season during which our activities turn to celebrating the nativity of Jesus Christ Our Savior.

What is it about the seasons of Advent and Christmas that gets our attention? Is it the frenetic pace that we find necessary to adopt in order to get so many things done? That is, buying presents, giving presents, receiving presents, making travel arrangements, sending out cards, preparing for great meals and parties, being with loved ones, and much, much more.

Well, all those things, and more, play into the whole exciting drama of the seasons we call Advent and Christmas. Now, it may be that there are more than a few “Bah, humbugs” out there. That can easily be understood. Yet, even with all those important things that need to be prepared for and done, there’s something even more important for those who call Jesus their Lord and Savior.


Jesus came into this world to save the world. He entered in one of the least dramatic ways possible. There were no fanfares, no carefully planned parties. And, yet, it came to pass. Jesus was born into a world that would have significantly mixed reactions to his presence. Some would fall down and worship; while, others would plot his downfall.

Those of us who call ourselves Christian—followers of Jesus—understand these seasons of Advent and Christmas:

We will gather on several occasions to worship during the Advent and Christmas seasons. On Sunday, December 23, at 8:00 am and 10:15 am, we will conclude the Advent season with the celebration of the Holy Eucharist. Following that service, the Greening of the Church begins in preparation for the Family Service with the Pageant on Monday, December 24, at 5:00 pm. Later that evening, at 10:00, we will have a festive celebration of the Holy Eucharist beginning with a brief service of special music and readings. On Christmas Day, we will gather for the Eucharist with carol singing at 9:30 am. The following Sunday morning, December 30, includes both the eight o’clock and the ten fifteen services.

All are always welcome.

What is it about Advent and Christmas? Come and see.

Wishing you a very grace-filled Advent in preparation for a very blessèd Christmas,
The Reverend Robert A. Nagy, Rector

New to All Saints? Watch our Advent message.

All are Welcome!

Schedule of Services

Sunday Worship (year-round)
8:00 a.m. ~ Holy Eucharist
10:15 a.m. ~ Holy Eucharist (with choir) and Sunday School (not in session during summer)
Join us for Coffee Hour following 10:15 a.m. service
Wednesday Worship (year-round)
8:30 a.m. ~ Holy Eucharist
Saturday Worship (Memorial Day through September 10)
5:30 p.m. ~ Informal Eucharist in the Memorial Garden


The Rev. Robert A. Nagy
Parish Administrator: 
Christine McLeod
9 am — 1 pm

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Upcoming Events

"Souper" Bowl Party
January 13 through January 27
The Sunday school is collecting cans of soup for St. Gregory’s Pantry. Keep an eye out for student made flyers announcing their goal.
Women's Guild Meeting
Tuesday, January 15, 12:00 noon
Please join us in Bristol Hall for an afternoon of warmth and fellow ship. Invite your card partners and neighbors. Suggested donation is $15.00 per person, which benefits the Women’s Guild Outreach and Inreach programs. Please bring cards and games. Soup, tea sandwiches, dessert, and beverage will be served.
Annual Meeting
Sunday, January 20, 9:30 am
There will be one service followed by the Annual Meeting: There will be NO Sunday school.
Supper with All Saints
Tuesday, January 29, 4:00 pm - 6:00 pm
Start the New Year with us, either by joining in for a tasty dinner or volunteering to help prepare and serve our guests. We have the list of tasks for the dinner on the Outreach bulletin board in Bristol Hall. Bring your talents and your apron for a great time. Any questions, call Phyllis Kat.
Ocean's Harbor House
Sunday, February 3
Our new pledge envelopes allow for periodic Outreach offerings. February 3, the first specific envelope for an Outreach activity, is dedicated to Ocean's Harbor House, which provides a safe haven and caring environment for vulnerable youth from ages 10-21. The shelter provides services for youth in crisis, 24-hours a day, seven days a week, 365 days a year, with the goal of family reunification. We invite you to help support Ocean's Harbor House in its youth ministry.
Hearts for Hope
Sunday February 3 and 10
The church school children will once again be ‘selling’ their homemade Valentine’s Day cards. All donations will be given to St. Gregory’s Pantry. We hope to see you there!
Recurring Events
Sundays and Wednesdays
Please view our events page for specific times.

Other Information

Church Directories
Issued every six months
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