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San Diego, California 92103
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10am Sunday Mass
In Church and on Zoom

Father Carlos celebrating Mass
Attend in person or join us on Zoom from home. click here for the Zoom service link.

The 10am Sunday services are recorded and posted on our Facebook page

Spanish Mass at 1:00pm
Held on the first, second, and fourth (and fifth) Sundays each month in St. Mary Chapel

Weekly Services


Father Carlos preaching at streamed service on Zoom
Tuesday Noon Service -
Held in St. Mary's Chapel.

Fridays at 10am morning Prayer -
Held in St. Mary's Chapel.

Christian Formation -
In the Parish Hall on the second and fourth Sundays of each month after the 10am Mass

Societies of Mary corporate Rosary -
Rosary at 11am and Mass at 11:30am
Held in St. Mary's Chapel.
Usually on the first Saturday of the month.
For December, we will be meeting on Saturday the 18th.

Societies of Mary
       Saturday, January 15th

Please join us on Saturday, January 15th at 11am in St. Mary’s Chapel for a special devotion time for St. Mary. We do the rosary first and then we have the Eucharist. Father Expósito will be the celebrant.

All are welcome. We will be happy to answer any questions you may have.

We will adjourn to the Parish Hall for a light lunch after the Eucharist.



Our Diocesan Bishop's Visitation to
All Saints' Sunday January 23, 2022

Within the framework of the Diocesan Year of Evangelization, and as preparation for the Good News Festival, which will be led by Presiding Bishop Michael Curry in San Diego on December 9-10, 2022, Bishop Susan Brown Snook has made it a point to make each of her visitations to the parishes in the diocese this year an opportunity for spiritual revival in the spirit of evangelization.

To this effect, apart from being the presiding celebrant and preacher, the Bishop will lead a liturgy with some additional revival elements. A faith testimony will be presented by one of our parishioners after the Gospel reading. Also, the Bishop will conduct a special liturgy during the Prayers of the People, which will include a contemplative time with different prayer stations with specific purposes. In the case of our parish, we will be praying for personal and communal revival in the spirit of evangelization, as well as for specific locations in our neighborhood where God’s kingdom needs to come in order to transform them into places where God’s plan will be more evidently manifested.

A station for prayers for healing will also be set up during and after communion, and special musical pieces will be offered at this time.

Our Bishop will also lead us in the renewal of our Baptismal Covenant, and will be commissioning some parishioners in the ministry of evangelization related to the starting of a new congregation for Spanish-speaking people in our parish.

After the mass, Bishop Susan will conduct a forum in the Parish Hall where the theme of evangelization and the Good News Festival will be highlighted. We will all share box lunches with our Bishop in the Parish Hall.

We encourage our parishioners to invite relatives, friends, and neighbors to this revival event with our Bishop. Who knows if it may be the opportunity for someone’s heart to be touched by the Holy Spirit?

All those who would like to volunteer to support the preparation of the event are welcome to do so. We need people as greeters, sides persons, helpers to set up and clean up the areas, etc. Please contact the rector, a Vestry member, or any staff person to volunteer.

Father Carlos E. Expósito, Rector.


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Annual Meeting   Sunday, January 30th

Solemn Mass at 10:00 am
Annual Meeting at 11:30am

All are welcome and encouraged to attend. Because this meeting is required by the canons of The Episcopal Church to accomplish specific actions necessary for parish operation, all members of the parish are expected to attend as they are able. At this meeting we will present the 2022 Parish Budget, provide a report on 2021 and look forward at the year to come.
After the 9:30am Mass there will be a potluck luncheon. Last names beginning with:
A-G Please bring a SALAD
H-M Please bring an ENTRÉE
N-Z Please bring a DESSERT
A special Epiphany cake will be part of the desserts.



San Diego Music Coterie Concert

The Brilliance of Youth
Sunday, January 30th at 3pm
Parish Hall

Featuring the 14 year old Bradley Carpiuc both as pianist in the Prokofiev’s concerto first movement and his composition for Trumpet, Violin and Piano.

Admission to the concert is free with free-will donation at the door.





 
This Sunday and Beyond
Our weekly blog reflecting on the Sunday readings.

For All the Saints Newsletter
December 2021 January 2022.pdf

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Events, News, Concerts, Sermons and Service Opportunities

Welcome.

All Saints' is a member of the Episcopal Diocese of San Diego. We are an Anglo-Catholic parish using Rite One of the 1979 Book of Common Prayer.

Our 8:00am Sunday service is a Low Mass without music providing a very reverent service.

Sunday School for ages 4–12 takes place during the 10:30am Solemn Mass and our Adult Formation Class at 9:30am is an open forum led by our Rector.

Our 10:30am service is a Solemn or a Solemn High Mass with full choir and organ, sung prayers, and incense.

Child care is available for children under 5 years of age during Sunday services.
Please join us in worship at one of our several services and Masses. Sunday Mass is at 10am in the church. The Sunday Mass is also live on Zoom and a recording will be posted on our Facebook page for those not able to join us in person.

If you are looking for a new parish home or just visiting San Diego come worship with us. All Saints' welcomes all and is eager to greet you personally. We are a warm, friendly, optimistic congregation.

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