All Saints’ Episcopal Church – Announcements – June 17, 2018
Holy Communion 8:00 a.m. and 10:30 a.m.
The altar flowers are given by Nancy Jones to the Glory of God and in loving memory of her husband, Charlie Grauling.
Come one, come all! Bring your friends for the rootin’ tootin’ annual Texas Barbecue on Saturday, June 23 at noon on the patio. We’ll have smoked brisket, barbecued chicken and ribs and who knows what other goodies may be donated to this fun potluck. There is a sign up sheet at the back of the church to indicate what you might bring…salad, dessert, drinks or other items. Think about bringing a dish that will serve six. If you have any questions, call or ask me at church. Candace DiLello 831-884-5925.
Memorial Service for Marvin White
The Rev. Linda McConnell, Rector of the Church of the Good Shepherd in Salinas, has informed us that there will be a memorial service for Marvin White, who was active in Cursillo for many years. Marvin’s wife, The Rev. Connie White, who was the Rector of St. George’s and was very active with Restorative Justice, has arranged for a California Memorial Service for Marvin on June 23 at 2 p.m. at the Church of the Good Shepherd, 301 Corral De Tierra Rd., Salinas. 831-484-2153.
Sargent House Open House and Art Exhibit
Members of the Episcopal Diocese of El Camino Real, plus friends, family and local communities, are invited to join Bishop Mary Gray-Reeves at the 2018 open house and art exhibition on Sunday, June 24. The historic Sargent House in downtown Salinas will be open from 3-6 pm, showcasing new works from artists in the Central Coast and South Bay Area.
A special highlight of the afternoon exhibition is a selection of paintings by homeless individuals provided by First Methodist Church in Salinas.
The Sargent House is a 1896-built landmark home that now serves as the diocesan offices. It’s located at 154 Central Avenue, one block from the Steinbeck House, childhood home of famed author John Steinbeck. Light refreshments will be included.
The exhibit represents the creative passion of the artists and their vibrant creations represent a variety of art forms: oils, watercolors, photographs, weavings, sculptures and mixed media. The event is produced by the Diocesan Arts Commission, whose mission is to display the work of leading artists from the communities of our diocese.
Now that Lent is over, beautiful altar flowers can return to the sanctuary. Most of the upcoming Sundays are available for YOU to donate the flowers and make a personal dedication. Please sign up on the calendar on the bulletin board in the back of the church. The minimum contribution is $65, the cost of the flowers. Please contact Mila Murphy with any questions. Also, if Mila has not contacted you regarding your dedication two weeks before your chosen Sunday, please get in touch with her.
Kelsey Davis Called as Diocesan Curator for Emerging Communities
With “great delight,” Bishop Mary Gray-Reeves has announced the calling of Kelsey Davis to be the Curator for Emerging Communities for El Camino Real. She will begin her ministry August 1 in this newly-created diocesan role.
This month Kelsey is completing her Master of Divinity at Vanderbilt University in Nashville, Tennessee; she previously earned an undergraduate degree in Theology from the University of Portland, Oregon. She gained vital skills for the Curator position during her time at Vanderbilt Divinity School, serving as the Chaplain Assistant for Young Adult Ministry at St. Augustine’s Chapel and School Chapel Intern at Episcopal School of Nashville. She also brings extensive experience as a professional athlete – she was the goalkeeper coach for the US Soccer Youth National Teams and for the Tennessee Soccer Club, among other coaching roles – and has served in various ministry contexts with youth and young adults.
“Throughout my journey…. I have been drawn to various forms of emerging communities, particularly working with youth and young adults,” said Kelsey. “My experience as a lifelong athlete and coach has equipped me with skills for ministry that include: building life-giving and collaborative relationships, leadership development, facilitating culture, managing interpersonal dynamics, recruitment, coaching youth, and grit.”
Kelsey and her wife Heather will arrive in California in mid-July. Join us in prayers of joy and anticipation as Kelsey begins her El Camino Real ministry August 1!
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Haiti elects Port-au-Prince cathedral dean as bishop coadjutor
Posted Jun 4, 2018
Episcopal News Service] The Ven. Joseph Kerwin Delicat, dean of Holy Trinity Cathedral in Port-au-Prince, Haiti, was elected June 2 as bishop coadjutor of the Diocese of Haiti.
The election took place at the nursing school of the Episcopal University of Haiti in Leogane, Haiti.
Pending the canonically required consent of a majority of the church’s bishops with jurisdiction and its diocesan standing committees, Delicat will succeed Bishop Jean Zaché Duracin, who is retiring after serving as bishop since 1994. The ordination and consecration is set for Jan. 5, 2019.
The election comes just more than a year after Duracin, Presiding Bishop Michael Curry, Bishop Suffragan Ogé Beauvoir and the diocesan Standing Committee entered into a covenant that “seeks to address and resolve many of the issues of conflict that have been burdening the diocese.”
The Current Calendar Schedule of Events
Morning Prayer in the Chapel – Monday through Friday – 9:00 a.m. to 9:30 a.m.
Wednesday June 20th – Friends of St. Benedict – 3:30-5:30 p.m. – Library and Chapel.
Thursday June 21st – Centering Prayer Group – in the Chapel at 5:30 p.m.
Saturday, June 23rd – Texas BBQ – Seccombe Hall and Patio – noon.
Wednesday, June 27th Bible Study in the Library at 10:30 a.m.
Tuesday, July 10th – All Saints’ Book Group – 6:00 p.m. in the Library. This month’s reading is Louise Penny’s The Beautiful Mystery: A Chief Inspector Gamache Novel.
And Don’t Forget
Interested in Inter-Faith Conversation, Fun, and Outreach? Consider Joining JCM United! A new organization on the Monterey Peninsula, called JCM United is bringing together Jews, Christians, and Muslims in order to build bridges of understanding and strengthen our community. At times we will unite to help the less fortunate
around us. For more information contact Chaplain Holly Hudson-Louis at email@example.com.
Our Memorial Garden Project has been completed. Consider buying a brick to commemorate a loved one in your family or reserve one for yourself. This is a beautiful meditative spot. Jana Gill is the contact if you have questions.
Help feed our community’s hunger by filling one of the red bags located under the table at the back of the church. Items that are needed most are printed on the bags. No glass items please. Many thanks from your Outreach Commission who will include your contributions in our daily food bags. Please return bags to the back of the church.
Announcement deadline – To be included in next Sunday’s bulletin, your announcement must be submitted by 11 a.m. on the preceding Wednesday. Most special parish events are included in the announcements for three weeks before they occur. Contact Ray Krise in the office at 831-624-3883.