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The history of Santa Lucia Mission: Part I: The Early Years 1959-1972

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All Saints’ Big Sur Mission Part I: The Early Years, 1959-1972 By: Elizabeth Barratt, parish archivist/historian Under the driving energy and guidance of Fr. David Hill, the Big Sur Mission became the third mission sponsored by All Saints’ Church after St. Matthias (1954) and St. Dunstan’s (1955). The first service was held on Easter Day, March […]

Santa Lucia’s Mid-Summer Quarterly Work Day

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Tuesday, August 27, Mother Cynthia is organizing a work day at Santa Lucia Mission and Campground from 10:00 a.m. to 3:00 p.m. There will be a lunch break, so you may want to bring food or donate some money to buy food. You may come all day or any time during the day that you […]

Volunteer to help “Raise the Barn”

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Beginning September 16 to 20 and continuing for several weeks, we will build a multipurpose shed at Santa Lucia Mission, Big Sur. It will house a food pantry and washer/dryer, provide mission storage, and even give shelter for services during inclement weather. Helpers are needed to do carpentry and to donate, prepare, and/or serve lunch […]

Outreach in Big Sur

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Mother Cynthia has begun to stock just a few food supplies for those in need in Big Sur. In the past, Paul Shames(for whom Paul’s Meadow was named) was known to help the needy. In fact, the Big Sur Health Clinic was so moved by his graciousness to all in need that after his departure […]

Santa Lucia Mission: The Early Years

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By Elizabeth Barratt, parish archivist/historian Under the driving energy and guidance of Fr. David Hill, the Big Sur Mission became the third mission sponsored by All Saints’ Church after St. Matthias (1954) and St. Dunstan’s (1955). The first service was held on Easter Day, March 29, 1959, at Pfeiffer Big Sur State Park, with the Rev. […]

Singing Rooster Coffee

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Singing Rooster has arrived at All Saints’ and will meet our members some Sunday soon. The Singing Rooster logo graces a 12 oz. package of a delicious coffee similar to the Blue Mountain blend of Jamaica. The price per package is ten dollars. Haitians know what they want and need most: jobs and economic independence. […]

Celebrating the Women of the Diocese

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Are you a woman? Are you an Episcopalian?  Then you are an Episcopal Church Woman. On Saturday, August 17, the Diocesan ECW presents Our Gifts & Joy. Bishop Mary will lead a celebration of all the women of the diocese, both lay and clergy. Mark your calendar and be sure to be part of this wonderful […]

Volunteer at Joining Hands

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Interfaith Outreach of Carmel’s Joining Hands Benefit Shop is in need of volunteers to work a few hours a week. To learn more about Joining Hands, talk to Sofia Osborne or Nancy Jones after church, or contact Sofia at 620-2147 or osbornesofia@gmail.com. All Saints’ is a founding member of IOC.

Hunger in Carmel

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As noted in the article “Hunger in the Land of Plenty,” published in Edible Monterey Bay, information collected in 2010 found that 27.1% of Monterey County’s children and 15.4% of the county’s population as a whole were food insecure, meaning they don’t always know where their next meal will come from. City Data Statististics  and the […]

All Saints’ Summer Fun in the Sun

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Parents, summer is upon us! First, we’re all going to enjoy having those special extra hours of togetherness. One week, perhaps another, maybe a trip, and everyone has earned it. But as we get back to work, the kids are looking for something more to fill the hours. It’s right and natural, and All Saints’ […]