Important Announcements!

Beautifying our new offices and Children’s Church space: 

As you know, we’ve recently acquired additional space next door to accommodate our growing Children’s Ministry and staff office needs. This Sunday, right after the 2nd service, we invite you to stay with us at the church, bring a brown bag lunch, and help with the cleaning, painting and other upfit jobs in the new space.  We need your help!  Bring a lunch, some work cloths and stick around after the 2nd service. We will have jobs for all skill levels! 

Sacred Assembly in Raleigh, January 16-18: We encourage all members and regulars of All Saints to register for and participate as much as possible in an important Sacred Assembly to be held at Church of the Apostles.  This assembly is gathering bishops, leaders, clergy and laity from around the United States and Rwanda who are determined to maintain unity in mission, spiritual life and active partnership in the wake of recent changes in the Anglican Mission in America.  Archbishop Onesphore Rwaje (Rwanda) and Bob Duncan (Anglican Church of North America) will be leading us, along with Bishops Thad Barnum and Terrell Glenn and many other familiar faces and friends.  Here is the link for more information, including registration procedures: Housing for delegates is also needed.  Contact Rector Steve Breedlove if you can offer or 919 604-3058.
Special Guest, January 15: God willing, Archbishop Onesphore of the Anglican Church of Rwanda will be preaching at both services here at All Saints.  Spread the word, invite your friends and other interested people, and pray for the Lord to prepare our hearts and minds for a special visitation on that Sunday. 
Annual Meeting, January 29: 9:30 – 10:20 a.m.  Please plan to join us for All Saints’ Annual Meeting between the services on January 29.  The first service will be shorter, and the second service will start later, to give adequate time for this important time together.  All regular members and attendees are urged to come. We hope to be able to give clear indication of where we are headed for the next phase of our life and ministry together in several key areas.

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