All Saints Newsletters

All Saints publishes two newsletters regularly, which keep members and visitors informed about what is going on. 

  • Grace Notes is a weekly short email newsletter (see below), focusing on what is happening in the upcoming few weeks.  3-4 pages.
  • Calling All Saints is a periodic longer news publication, distributed by email and by postal mail, with longer pieces that cover recent milestones and events, and more detail on the major upcoming events of the season. 8-16 pages. Back issues are online in the Document Archive

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                                                            GRACE NOTES


                    July 24, 2014                                                                                 Volume    VII.7.4

Putting Christ’s Love into Positive Action


Worship –Spiritual Life & Intimacy with God – Outreach – Partnership in Ministry –

Inclusion & Friendship


Fr. Terry will be on vacation after this Sunday and will return August 24. The Rev. Mary Morrison will celebrate Sunday services in his absence.
THANK YOU to Margaret and Curt Weil for hosting last night's Patio Eucharist! Around thirty of us gathered in their backyard for an informal Eucharist followed by what in Australia we would call a "Sausage Sizzle". Thanks to all who attended and contributed salads, desserts and beverages.
LECTORS:  READINGS for Sunday, July 27
First Reading:                   1 Kings 3:5-12
Second Reading:     Romans 8:26-39
Robin Poppoff asked that we share this email in the possibility that someone might be able to help.  Please reply directly to Michael if you can assist them.   Thank you for any consideration.
A quick request, some of my close friends just had a miracle happen. My friend Patrick just finished (hours ago on 7/10/14) a double lung transplant at Stanford University. It's been years of waiting, I'm ecstatic for them. 
I am writing to see if any of you know of housing in the Palo Alto area that could be available at a reasonable price for renting. Ie: a back house/guest house/apartment not in use, etc. for about 2 months for 1-2 people.
It needs to be on ground level (no stairs) and have a basic kitchen. We raised money on a fundraiser so there is a small budget, but I know there are also kind people who are helpers by nature. 
Michael Schneider: 206 465 2629

24 Thursday
8:10 AM Continuing the Conversation: YR
10:00 AM Art Workshop:  CF
25 Friday – Parish Office Closed
26 Saturday
9:30 AM Altar Guild: CH
27 Sunday
9:30 AM Holy Eucharist: CH
28 Monday
29 Tuesday
30 Wednesday
31 Thursday
8:10 AM Continuing the Conversation: YR
10:00 AM Art Workshop:  CF
1 Friday – Parish Office Closed
2 Saturday
9:30 AM Altar Guild: CH
3 Sunday
9:30 AM Holy Eucharist: CH
4 Monday
5 Tuesday
6 Wednesday
7 Thursday
8:10 AM Continuing the Conversation: YR
10:00 AM Art Workshop:  CF
8 Friday – Parish Office Closed
9 Saturday
9:30 AM Altar Guild: CH
10 Sunday
9:30 AM Holy Eucharist: CH
CF Conference Rm, CPL Chapel, CH Church, FR Fireplace Rm, LB Library,  MP Multi-Purpose Rm., PH Parish Hall.