All Saints’ Episcopal Church
We welcome, serve and love all unconditionally
through Jesus Christ
THIS WEEK AT ALL SAINTS:
From the Rector:
A reminder to look for your pledge cards in the mail. They were mailed out last week and if you haven’t received your letter, please let us know by calling the church office or emailing Alicia at email@example.com. I hope you will prayerfully consider your pledge and either mail it back or place in the offering plate by Sunday, Dec. 1st so the vestry can begin to plan for 2020. Also, please remember the most important part of your stewardship is to be present on Sundays. It is an outward and visible sign of God’s grace working in and through you.
This past Sunday evening we enjoyed a wonderful experience with almost 20 PC students along with members of All Saints’ gathered for Film & Theology. It was a great movie with excellent conversation as we enjoyed supper together. Thank you to all who came and participated and to Dean Thompson for this wonderful evening.
Please keep in your prayers our upcoming Diocesan Convention on November 8th and 9th. Your delegates and I will be with churches throughout the diocese. It’s an important time and a reminder of how we are connected to the larger church.
This Sunday we begin our Inquirer’s class at 9:30 am in the Christian formation room. We will begin with the Baptismal Covenant.
Lastly, a flyer is attached with information about Good Shepherd Free Medical Clinic’s 25th Anniversary and Celebration fundraiser which will be on Friday, Nov. 15th. All are welcome to buy a ticket and attend.
Don’t Forget – this Saturday night, turn clocks BACK one hour.
Wed., Oct. 30th Choir Practice, 6:15 pm
Sun., Nov. 3rd Christian Formation – Inquirer’s class, 9:30 am
Fri./Sat. Nov. 8/9 Diocesan Convention, Christ Church, Greenville
Fri., Nov. 15th Good Shepherd Clinic 25th Anniversary & Fundraiser
11:30 am – 1:00 pm
Thurs., Nov. 21st SC Bishops’ Dialogue, SC State Museum, 5:30-7:00 pm
*Please remember to bring nonperishable food anytime to fill the baskets for United Ministries! Our donations have decreased somewhat so a gentle reminder to all. The baskets are blessed at the altar on the second Sunday of the month and then delivered.
November 3rd, the Twenty-first Sunday after Pentecost
All Saints’ Sunday
Holy Eucharist – Rite 2: 10:30 am
Ushers: Clark and Lila McKean
Acolyte: Howard Pierce
Lector: Jane Crawford
Gospel Bearer: Catherine Perry
Intercessor: Oliver Roosevelt III
Eucharistic Minister: Howard Pierce
Counter: Clark McKean
Vestry Rep: Jenks Howe
Coffee Host: Stephanie/Sophia Sullivan
Altar Guild: Julie Keadle
Altar Flowers this Sunday are given to the glory of God by Janet and Jim Roberts.
Birthdays and Anniversaries
Oct. 31 – Hal Stribling
Nov. 1 – Melissa Beaty
Nov. 2 – Clark McKean
Nov. 11 – Art & Pat Alloy
Nov. 16 – John Laske
Parish Prayer List
To add or remove names, contact one of the following:
Neal Prater at 833-1545 or firstname.lastname@example.org
Alicia Davis at 803-360-5247 or email@example.com
Please pray for: +Mikell & Hal Stribling; Devon Stewart; +LeAnn Watson; Ted Watson; +Edna Guthrie; Virginia Sides; Whitney McDuffie; Bo White; Ian Pearson; Nicole McAlister; Pam Davis; +Leslie Anne Jackson; Walter Appleby; +Jessica Parris; Bill Barrus; Phillip Clark; Jean Hess; Murray Handback; Pamela Waite; +Lois Wilson; Faye Bennett; +Randy Huff; +Mac Howe; Charles Bates; Tom Gallagher; Dustin Richie; Haddon Norris; +Amy Monahan; Sheila Sears; Toni Sharle Bates; Dana Harwell; Sonnie Holliday; Stephanie Vargo; Jimmy Sullivan; Linda Caplan; Donna Rinehart; +Harriet Monahan; Marcia Bronson; Susan Galloway
Repose of the soul of Craig Poeppelman.
+ indicates All Saints’ members
ALL SAINTS’ NEWS:
PASTORAL CARE COMMITTEE needs new members. If you are not on a list and would like to be, please contact LeAnn Watson at 833-4404. Committee members help with receptions, funerals and provide meals during times of pastoral needs.
SERMONS are now available to read on the website. Each week they are uploaded along with a copy of the Newsbytes. You’ll find the tab for each at the top of the home page.
THE NURSERY is now available for those who wish to use it. We are assigning volunteers on a monthly rotation throughout the year. Please consider volunteering – safe church training is required. Information regarding training dates and sites can be found on the diocesan website – www.edusc.org
THE FIRST SUNDAY OUTREACH OFFERING is taken up at the close of the service on the first Sunday of each month. November’s offering will go to Open Door Ministries of Clinton.
UNITED MINISTRIES FOOD BASKETS: Nonperishable food will be received at the church at any time. This food will be presented at the altar on the second Sunday of each month. Please remember to bring nonperishable foods to fill the baskets!
SINGING ROOSTER FAIR-TRADE COFFEE FROM HAITI is available through the church as a way of supporting our diocesan mission in Cange. Bags of coffee are available for purchase in the parish hall as well as beautiful ornaments and home décor. Buy some for yourself—and some to give as gifts! All proceeds go to the farmers who grow the coffee in Haiti.
GLUTEN-FREE COMMUNION WAFERS are always available upon request. Let the priest know before the service or at the communion rail.