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            Worship Services for             Advent & Christmas

 

Advent begins on the fourth Sunday prior to Christmas Day or the Sunday closest to November 30. This year Advent begins Sunday, December 2.

 

This holiday marks the beginning of the Church's liturgical year. The word advent means the arrival or coming of something or someone of great significance. The season of Advent is a time for both repentance and celebration.

 

Christians spend time in spiritual preparation for the birth of Jesus Christ at Christmas. Believers remember not only Christ's first coming to earth as a human baby but also celebrate his continued presence with us today through the holy spirit. Advent is also a time for worshipers to anticipate his return at the Second Coming of Christ.

 

The lighting of the Advent Wreath is a tradition in the Episcopal Church which first began in Germany. The first Sunday in Advent, December 2nd, the first purple candle is lit. This is called the "Prophecy Candle" recognizing the prophets who foretold the coming of Christ. Rev. Lauren Kilbourn will celebrate Holy Eucharist at both services on this day.

 

The second Sunday, December 9th , the second purple candle is lit. This is called the "Bethlehem Candle". It represents love and is symbolic of Christ's manger. On this day we will have morning prayer led by Dr. Chris Lehman.

 

The third Sunday, December 16th, the pink candle is lit. This Sunday is called " Gaudete" Sunday. Gaudete is a Latin word meaning rejoice. The pink candle is called " Shephards Candle", it represents joy. The change from purple to pink signifies the transition in season from repentance to celebration. Holy Eucharist will be celebrated with Rev. Lauren Kilbourn.

 

The fourth Sunday in Advent is December 23rd.  The last purple candle is lit. It is called "Angel's Candle" and it represents peace. Rev. Franklyn Colebrook, Sr., will celebrate Holy Eucharist.

 

Monday, December 24th is Christmas Eve . Traditionally on Christmas Eve the white candle is lit. The white candle is called " Christ's Candle". It represents the life of Jesus Christ that has come to light the world. It also represents purity. Rev. Franklyn Colebrooke, Sr. will celebrate Holy Eucharist beginning at 5:00 pm.

 

Our services are scheduled at traditional times, having both an 8 AM service and an 11 AM service each Sunday.  

 


 

 

 



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Please join us for Sunday Worship.

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Worship Services During A Time of Transition

Since our church is in a time of transition, there will be some necessary adjustments to our worship services each month.  During the transition time we will not have a regular priest, and will have to rely on supply priests to provide Holy Eucharist.  Therefore, we will have Morning Prayer led by a Lay Reader, usually twice a month.  

 


Daughter's of the King

Blessing of the Dolls

 

On June 20th, 2018, All Saints' held a unique and exceptional service.  Bishop Anne Hodges - Copple blessed 100 dolls who will have a journey to the Las Rosas Orphanage in Costa Rica and bring much joy to the children there.  These dolls were made with love  by many hands. Each Daughter took a part in their production and send with the dolls their best hopes, wishes and affection.  

 

 


       VestryMembers


Chris Lehman - Sr. Warden, Mike Scott - Jr. Warden, Mandy Scanlon, Scott Barber,  Rae Mitchell,Tom Mastroianni, Joanne Parrott,  
Sue Hodge, Chris Canady

 


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Contact Us  
All Saints' Episcopal Church
700 Roanoke Ave.- Church
635 Hamilton St.- Office
Roanoke Rapids, North Carolina 27870
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Phone 252-537-3610
Regular Schedule  
Sunday
  • Holy Eucharist Rite I
    – 8:00 AM
  • Holy Eucharist Rite II
    – 11:00 AM
  • Coffee Hour follows 2nd Service
    – 12:00 PM
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St. Gabriel, the Archangel, is the patron saint of messengers and the namesake for St. Gabriel's Guild, the email communication network for All Saints' Episcopal Church. We encourage you to join this network and use it to share your news, request prayers, and stay in touch.

How To Subscribe:  ​Simply send a blank email with no subject to stgabrielsguild-subscribe@yahoogroups.com (Copy and paste this into the address line of your email message.) After you have sent this message, you should receive a confirmation message and you must select "reply" and "send" to confirm that you wish to become a member of the email list.