Today: Evensong, a traditional Anglican service of music, prayer, and reflection, will be offered at 5:30 p.m.

Wednesday: Our final Lenten soup supper will begin with dinner at 6:00 p.m., followed by a presentation by Ed Fincke. Don’t miss this opportunity for fellowship and spiritual growth.

Friday and Saturday: All Saints’ will be the venue for Piano Institute 2014, with Seymour Lipkin from the Juilliard School, and two UC alumni, Suzanne Macahilig and Chuck Fuery, featured in recitals, master classes, round-table discussions, and more. Sessions are free, though donations are accepted. Full details are available on the bulletin board outside Grant Hall.

The Watch— For many Christians, keeping watch before the Blessed Sacrament is a treasured Holy Week devotion. The Watch begins after the 7:00 p.m. Maundy Thursday service, and lasts until the beginning of the noon Good Friday service. A sign-up sheet is available in the back of the church.

Easter memorial donations are now being gathered. You’ll find the donation forms in the back of the church and in the office. The deadline for inclusion in the Easter bulletins is Tuesday, April 15.

Boxes for Lenten giving are still available by the front doors and side windows of the church. These gifts of gratitude will be collected at Easter and given to Episcopal Relief and Development (ERD) for relief in South Sudan, and to St. Patricks’ School, Haiti.

Leaflets outlining our Holy Week and Easter services are now available in the church and the office. Take a few to share with friends and co-workers! Details are also available online at www.allsaintscarmel.org.

Would you like to help host the Easter Feast, our traditional Lent-busting potluck after the Easter Vigil? Contact Stephanie in the office.

Copies of last week’s sermon by Father Rick may be found in the back of the church.

Small Bites for Big Hunger, our annual outreach fundraiser, is coming up soon on Friday, May 2. Mark your calendar and buy your tickets!

Building security—All parishioners are asked to take responsibility for building security and energy savings by making sure that doors are locked and lights turned off after events.

Office volunteers—We are in significant need of office volunteers, especially on Tuesday afternoon. Please contact the office or Wanda Green (831-295-8397) if you are interested in assisting for a few hours per week.