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Blessing of the Animals October 1, 2017
THIS SUNDAY MARCH 29th
As we continue our worship online, this Sunday, we will stream our 8:00am and 10:15 services and send out a link to the recording afterwards.
On Sunday, we will be adding a Godly Play class for kids and families at 9:00am on Zoom. Laura Axon will be leading us in the lesson, and kids will be able to interact with their “I wonder…” questions. You can join us by clicking this link, or using the following information:
Meeting ID: 801 290 033
We also intend to leave the altar and cross that we set up as an “outdoor Chapel,” so that people can come to throughout the day and offer
Please don’t hesitate to reach out if you would like to talk, and please let me know if you know of anyone who should be contacted for pastoral care. Also, please let me know if you get to a place where you are lacking the basics, such as food or medicine, either because of financial strain or inability to get out. There are ways that we can continue to take care of each other in the coming weeks while also observing appropriate distance.
We will also be moving many meetings online and adding some online meetings where we’ll have a chance to talk about what’s going on, pray together, etc. If you haven’t done a Zoom conference online before, you may want to start to get acquainted with this site. Simply follow this link and click on the “Sign up” button. For any meetings that happen, you will be sent a zoom link that takes you to the online meeting.
For our Saturday offerings, the Mustard Seed and St. Francis closet will be closing. However, we are working to make sure we can offer brown bag lunches for our Hot Meals guests.
Though we may be limited in our ability to be physically present to each other, there are still so many ways that each of us can be present — to one another, to what we ourselves are going through, and to the God who made us, loves us and walks with us. I encourage you to pay attention to God’s spirit and presence as you go throughout the coming days and weeks.
God of the present moment,
God who in Jesus stills the storm
and soothes the frantic heart;
bring hope and courage to all
who wait or work in uncertainty.
Bring hope that you will make them the equal
of whatever lies ahead.
Bring them courage to endure what cannot be avoided,
for your will is health and wholeness;
you are God, and we need you.
-Adapted from New Zealand Prayer Book, p. 765
Holding you all in my heart and prayers.
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A Note from Your Treasurer
A Note from Your Treasurer: Here are three ways to give while in person services are suspended:
1. There is a Donate Button in the box above that will enable to you make a Pledge Payment or any other type of donation through Pay Pal. Pay Pal charges us 2.9% plus $.30 per transaction, so if you want to make the full Pledge Payment, please consider adding this additional cost to your payment.
2. The second method of making a secure Pledge Payment to All Saints is through your Banking Institution. All Banking Institutions have a system in place where you can have a check directly issued and mailed to All Saints in the amount of your Pledge Payment or donation at no cost to you or to us. This method is the safest and best way to ensure your Pledge Payment or donation is credited to you and easy for us to keep track of. You can choose the time of month or even have the checks issued weekly and not worry about physically being present at All Saints to make your payments. Please let me know if you need any help in getting this set up.
3. You can also mail a check to the Church Office at 4033 SE Woodstock Blvd.
We sincerely appreciate your generosity in support of All Saints, and together, we will continue to do God’s amazing work.
– Jerry Meter, Treasurer