Posts tagged with ‘history’

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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 […]

Local History Lecture Series (2013-2014)

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All Saints’ will continue hosting the Local History Lecture Series in Seccombe Hall on Lincoln Street south of Ninth. The series is presented and organized by the Carmel Public Library Foundation, Harrison Memorial Library – Henry Meade Williams Local History Department, and the City of Carmel. The lecture series is free and open to the public. Seating is available on a […]

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. […]

All Saints’ Baptismal Archive

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Elizabeth Barratt, author of The History of Carmel Valley,  The History of Gilroy, and All Saints’ Centennial Book,  serves also as the historian for All Saints’. She has just completed, with eyeglass in hand, the monumental task of reading and digitally recording one hundred years of All Saints’ history–and now the baptismal record of all our […]

Our First One Hundred Years

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Copies of Elizabeth Barratt’s parish history,  All Saints’ Episcopal Church, Carmel-by-the-Sea, California: Our First One Hundred Years 1912-2012, are available at the back of the church and in the office and may be purchased for $20.