Christ is Risen; Alleluia
The Lord has Risen indeed; Alleluia
Stations of the Cross March 8th — April 12th
Wednesdays at noon
Fridays at 6:15pm
LENTEN PARISH STUDIES
Sunday evenings - Beginning March 10th
Evensong at 5:15pm
Soup Supper at 5:45pm
Lenten Study at 6:15pm
“All in Prayer, and A Place for Everyone and Everyone in Their Place”
St. Paul provides an outline and even the details of how each member of the Body of Christ has a place, and that everyone in the Body of Christ should be IN their place for the Church to grow and be effective in ministry. On Sunday evenings we will look deeply into 1 Corinthians and a portion of Ephesians; we will have as our goal a preliminary understanding of our own ministries as provided by God, and some revelation of where these spiritual gifts are meant to be used.
Tuesdays After Noon Mass - Beginning March 12th
“Why Luke in Lent”
On Tuesdays after the weekly Noon Mass, Fr. Eaton will lead a study on the Gospel lessons which will be read during Lent this year, all from the Gospel of Luke. The class will begin with a general overview of Luke, but with those Gospel readings in mind, and then each week through Holy Week, will look specifically at each of the Luke readings to find why these were chosen for our Lenten hearing.
Annual Art and Crafts Show Nov. 18th
On Sunday November 18 visit our annual Fall Holiday Arts and Craft shown from 9am to 4pm in our Parish Hall and Courtyard. Local and parishioner artists and craft persons will be displaying and offering their art for sale. Artists participating are: Elena Lomakin - Mixed Media Collages on Paperworks, Kris Hochgesang -Nature Photography, Kay Philips - Hand Knitted Accessories, Mary Smith -Beach Comber Art, Todd Muffatti Found Object Assemblages, Kathryn Dreyer, Artist. A special treat will be a Bakery Booth selling gourmet delectables by Sue Johnston and Kay Phillips.
Societies of Mary
All are invited to join the Societies of Mary for their monthly day of devotion on Saturday, July 6.
We will begin in the Chapel with Rosary at 11:00am and Mass to follow at 11:30am. After mass we will adjourn to the Parish Hall for a potluck lunch. Father Schuneman will be the celebrant and join the gathering for lunch.
Last names beginning with:
A-G Please bring a SALAD
H-M Please bring an ENTRÉE
N-Z Please bring a DESSERT
HOLY WEEK AND EASTER
April 14 - Palm Sunday
8:00am Blessing of the Palms
10:30am Liturgy of the Palms & Solemn Mass
April 16 - Tuesday
Noon Said Mass
April 18 - Maundy Thursday
7:00pm The Solemn Mass of Maundy Thursday
April 19 - Good Friday
Noon Stations of the Cross
7:00pm The Solemn Liturgy of Good Friday
April 20 - Holy Saturday
7:00pm The Great Vigil of Easter
Followed by: Annual Chocolate Party in the Parish Hall
April 21 - Easter Day
8:00am Mass of the Resurrection with Hymns
10:30am Solemn Mass of the Resurrection
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10:30pm Musical Offering
11:00pm Solemn Vigil Mass
12:00am Xmas Eve Cookie Party
Christmas Eve Cookie Party 12:00am
Please join us and bring your favorite cookies and dessert to share at our Annual Christmas Cookie Party after the Solemn Mass on Christmas Eve. Mulled wine will be served and BJ Robinson will be at the piano playing our favorite Christmas songs.
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.
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.