Easter Sunday April 20
Celebrate the resurrection of Jesus Christ, Easter Sunday, April 20 at 8 am and 10 am, and at the Great Vigil of Easter, Saturday, April 19 at 7:30 pm.
holy week events
Maundy Thursday, April 17
6 pm Agapé Community Meal
Come for this Middle Eastern-themed meal before our Maundy Thursday worship. Agapé is the Greek word for God’s love – and the way we share it in community. The menu for this meal includes cheese, olives, fruit, tabbouleh, rice pilaf, pita bread, hummus, etc. Bring what you can!
7:30 pm Eucharist & Stripping of the Altar
Celebrate the Instituon of the Eucharist, and prepare the Altar for Good Friday.
8:30 pm-12 Midnight, Prayer Vigil
Jesus asks us to keep watch with him in our own Garden of Gethsemane (Altar of Repose) in the Church on Maundy Thursday night. Please sign up for a 30-minute time slot (between 8:30 pm and midnight) of personal prayer and meditation.
12 noon Stations of the Cross
Move around the Church with story, action, song, touch and sound in an interactive way. We tell the story of Jesus' walk to the Cross as participants, not observers. This 45-minute service is for children and adults.
7:30 pm Good Friday Liturgy
Prayers, hymns, flute & piano, the Passion Gospel and adoration of the Cross.
10 am Kids’ Service, Easter Egg Hunt & Ribbon Banner Making
After a brief time of Scripture, prayer, and singing in the stripped and bare Church, the children will hunt for Easter eggs and then make ribbon banners to decorate the parking lot for our Easter celebration.
7:30 pm The Great Vigil of Easter
Light the New Fire, hear the story of salvation, renew baptismal vows, celebrate Eucharist & bring a bell to ring at the Easter acclamation!
8 am & 10 am Festival Eucharist with music. Children will be given a flowering plant, and we will sing our Easter joy.
Easter is the central fact of Christian life and our worshiping community. We proclaim God's new life given to Jesus in the Resurrection, and given to us through faith. Hope, joy, new life - these are the gifts of Easter. Come and share them!
Listening to Scripture
All Saints' Bible Challenge was featured in one of the "Mission Minutes" at our Diocesan Convention. And then our own Sister Monica Clare, csjb was interviewed for the Education for Ministry segment! Take a look.
Diapers & formula & wipes!
Recently, we had a Baby Shower for North Porch Center in Dover. Now at is a party with a purpose! People were so generous with their donations! It couldn't have come at a better time, when the supplies were delivered that afternoon, we found the shelves near empty. Sadly, there are so many children in need. North Porch expects to serve 3,000 children this year; an increase of 400 babies & children that were served last year. We welcome donations year-round for this important ministry!
Our Parish House
has two rental spaces. The building is now fully handicap accessible; we installed a wheel chair lift in our new entry way! We are excited help you celebrate life events like baby showers and birthday & anniversary celebrations.
Keep the Lights on for David Bird
The search for David Bird continues. Our friend in the community has been missing since Saturday, January 11th at 4:30pm. He went out for a walk and has not returned. He is 6'1", 200lbs and is wearing a red raincoat and jeans. See a news report on David Bird. Please call with any information (908) 647-1800.
May your participation bring you strength, hope and joy.
Welcome! All Saints’ is a spiritual community that serves its neighbors, friends, and those whom God puts in our path. We are blessed by prayer and having companions on the way. Come and see what Jesus is doing among us and through us; we hope to see you soon.
~Vicki McGrath+, Rector
8 am Holy Eucharist, Rite I
This is a quiet contemplative
time without music.
10 am Holy Eucharist,
Our main service of the week complete with organ and piano music, adult and children's choirs, & congregational singing. Nursery care is available for babies and toddlers.
Special Needs Worship:
All God's Children
Our next services is
April 27th at noon.
For special needs kids
& their families.
Only 30-minutes long,
very informal. There will be
Eucharist and Healing Prayer
Thursdays at 7:00 am. Join us for a light breakfast following the Thursday service. Come for mid-week calm & connection with God.
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