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  • 2 Advent
  • Christmas Concert - Handbells
  • Holy Light Cantata
  • Danita Barnes, Director of Music (following Holy Light Cantata)
  • 1 Advent
  • Parish House
  • Christmas Party
  • Daughters of the King
  • The Episcopal Diocese of North Carolina (with Bishop Curry), NC Moral Mondays (see article below)

 
Welcome to All Saints
 -  All are Welcome

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January/February Messenger & Calendar




 



Upcoming Dates of Importance in our Parish:

January 18 - Annual Parish Mtg

We will vote for 3 Vestry Members—please see any Vestry Member if interested or our like to nominate someone.

Feb. 1 - BISHOP’S VISIT with a Covered Dish



Prayer Chain

It is very important to the entire family of All Saints to know about each others joys, illnesses & sorrows.  The St. Gaviel's Guild is our prayer chain.  Please call Vickey in the office at 537 - 3610 with additions to and from our prayer chain.

If you do not receive email and would like to receive these updates, please also call and ask to be put on a telephone prayer chain.  This can be accomodated for the few who do not receive email.

If you would like to receive updates on parish members, those needing prayers, and important notices, please join St. Gabriel's Guild.  http://www.allsaintsrr.org/page/st_gabriels_guildClick here for more information.


Bible Study - The Cross
Classes re-start Wednesday, January 15, 2015
January 14th-iced out - there was no class

Wednesdays - 6:40 - 7:45 pm
Facilitator:  Rev Fred Eichner

A study of this incredible subject that is central to the Christian Faith.  We’re examining the topic in an effort to confirm why a Theology of the Cross is so important to our beliefs.  And we’re seeking to understand better just why God would have chosen this instrument of torture to be the bearer of divine Love.

A few of the subjects being discussed:  
   Centrality of the Cross (Isaiah)
   Why did Christ die? (Matthew)
   The Cross in Forgiveness (Romans)
   What is meant by “Satisfaction,” Ransom, Justification?
   How is the Cross the conquest of Evil?

As always, ALL participants are welcome.  We’ve just begun so there is still time to join the group.

Each session stands alone so you can join us now.

Call or talk to Fred Eichner if you have questions (252-586-7863)


Service & Preaching Schedule:  January


Jan. 4             8 am     HE I w/Rev. Lindenburg
                       11 am    HE II w/Rev. Lindenburg

 




Each Week The Episcopal Church
offers the lessons & sermons for upcoming Sundays



You are invited to broaden your thoughts for 
the upcoming Sermon by reading these ahead of time.
Click Here.

 


The Vestry - 2014
Each year three new members are elected to serve three year terms while three rotate off the Vestry.
This year's Vestry and their committees are as follows:

ALL SAINTS’ VESTRY
Effective with Annual Meeting, Winter, 2014

   Bob Burke, Senior Warden    
   Mike Scott, Junior Warden    

TERMS THROUGH 2014
   Carl Burke - Christian Education
   Bob Burke - Congregational Life & Finance
   Shannon Jarchow - Evangelism

TERMS THROUGH 2015
   Bobby Barnes - Property
   Chris Canady - Congregational Life & Brotherhood
   Mike Scott - Property

TERMS THROUGH 2016
   Jack Barber - Stewardship
   Ginny Orbedahl - Social Ministry
   Liz Thiele - Music and Worship

 


Links of Interest:         
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Sermons that Work - Weekly Study      Cash For Cans            Episcopal Relief & Development   
  
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All Saints' Episcopal Church
700 Roanoke Ave.- Church
635 Hamilton St.- Office
Roanoke Rapids, North Carolina 27870
Telephone: 252-537-3610
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Regular Schedule  
Sunday
  • 8:00 AM
    Holy Eucharist Rite I - (3rd Sunday Morning Prayer I)
  • 11:00 AM
    Holy Eucharist Rite II - (3rd Sunday, Morning Prayer)
  • 12:00 PM
    Coffee Hour
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