Stop swimming upstream against the Spirit’s flow & move downstream on the current of God’s love. Take the leap of faith & turn gently toward our loving God.
Christian life is an adventure in faith. May your Lenten observance open up to you new horizons of adventure, as God inspires and guides us at All Saints’.
In this season of the Epiphany, the light of God shines in our liturgies, from the Baptism of Jesus to his Transfiuration on the mountain.
I pray that you will witness God’s presence and feel the breath of fresh air as the Spirit flies gracefully downriver.
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. […]
You can change the reality of the children at St. Patrick’s Mission and School in Haiti. This year the Lenten mite boxes (available on February 17 and throughout Lent) will be labeled, and all other gifts in cash, check, or online need to be made out to All Saints’, with “Haiti” in the memo line. Be […]
Today we received the first photos of the new well at St. Patrick’s in LaCorbe, Haiti. Rosemary Smith, who continues to champion the cause, wrote, “At last–clean, fresh water for the school and village of Locorbe, Haiti.” The Rev. Lazard Amirold wrote, “Yesterday we had mass at St Patrick. The people praised the Lord for […]
This is it, the chance for your change to make a change. Empty your coin jar and fill your Lenten Mite Box or a zip-lock bag and bring it to the church office this week. All the monies will be combined and sent to support St. Patrick’s mission and school in Haiti.
Rosemary Smith, who has championed our ongoing awareness and financial aid to St. Patrick’s in Haiti, reported that “clean water has been found at 100 feet.” It will supply St. Patrick’s school and the village of LaCorbe with water. What a blessing! Additionally, many members donated $10 or more to “purchase a brick” for the […]
As we wind down our appeal to “Rebuild Our Church in Haiti,” we can report that $805 has been collected towards our goal of $1,000, thanks to the generous members of All Saints’ and their friends. The first phase of construction has begun and includes the music school, the vocational school, and the primary and […]