All Angels’ Weekly Update–October 4th, 2020

1. House Churches: What is a “house church” you ask? At All Angels’, a house church is like a small group of roughly 15-20 people meeting together to study, share, pray, laugh, weep, eat–mostly on line, but with opportunities for distanced face-to-face picnics and meet-ups. We think this is one of the best ways to “get connected” to our church. John Wagner and Abigail Hartley are our House Group Coordinators and would love to help you find a group near you that would be a great fit. The directory can be found at this link  and you can email for more information. We look forward to hearing from you!

2. Town Hall Meeting with the Wardens: Wardens Keith Kallen and Ayelish McGarvey will host another town hall meeting on Zoom at 11:45 AM on Sunday, October 11, following the 10 AM worship service: AAC Town Hall Zoom. The purpose of this meeting is to offer parishioners a brief update on events since the resignation of Rev. Nate Lee on September 9. There will be time for questions and further reflection on his departure from All Angels’. 

All Angels will present a special conversation with author and illustrator Vesper Stamper about her new book, A Cloud of Outrageous Blue, onWednesday, October 14 at 7:00pm. The conversation will be hosted by Belinda Luscombe, TIME editor-at-large and author of Marriageology. Use this link to RSVP: Contact with questions. 

As the temperature begins to drop, we ask you to consider donating coatssweatshirts, hats, and gloves for our shower program. We also would love men’s and women’s pants (all sizes) and comfortable walking shoes. If you have items to donate, drop them off at the front desk on Tuesdays and Thursdays 8am-2pm or MWF 12-3pm. Please only bring the requested items!

We’re hiring a Part Time Communications and Administrative Assistant! Please check out the job description here. If you or someone you know has these skills and is interested, please apply or share the link with your friend.  

For those needing financial relief in the midst of this pandemic, there are still funds available in our Psalm 91 benevolence fund. We encourage you to reach out. These funds are here to help.

You can apply for assistance by filling out this form and emailing it to

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