Tuesday, June 18, 2019
St. Anne's Guild

St. Anne's Guild is one of All Saints' oldest guilds. Its primary goal is to support and encourage Christian Education. Through the Library and with fundraisers such as the Christmas Bake Sale, it aims to enable and empower All Saints' parishioners at every stage of their Christian Walk.

Members of the Guild meet on the third Tuesday of each month.

Upcoming Events

The Women of All Saints'

Contact Julien Cirrincione

The purpose of Women of All Saints is to foster community, friendship and faithfulness among the women of All Saints’ Parish. WAS programs include activities of service, education and fellowship.

All women of the Parish are members of Women of All Saints’ and are invited and encouraged to become involved in WAS activities which are announced in the eGazette, Pro O and Sunday bulletin.  Steering Committee meetings are open to all women of the parish, and all ideas for activities are welcome. 

Upcoming Events                                                                

Sunday, March 17, 6:00 p.m., DeWolfe Hall

An Evening with Bud Kennedy & June Naylor

Enjoy libations and hearty appetizers while journalists (and Texas foodies) Bud Kennedy and June Naylor discuss area restaurants, old and new. Co-sponsored by the Men's Fellowship - Men and women are welcomed at this event. 

Tuesday, March 26 - Save the Date!

Lenten Day to Reflect and Reconnect for Women

Details to be announced.

Spirited Sisters

Spirited Sisters is a group of women looking for the “more” in life. It is a safe place to share experiences, ask questions, and discuss issues of faith. We are a lay group led by a lay facilitator. In addition to sharing and prayer, we read contemporary faith and growth literature as a catalyst for conversation and discussion. Spirited Sisters meets every Tuesday at 9:15 a.m. in the Gray House. 

For more information, please email Mother Melanie Barbarito  or 817-732-1424 x224.

Young Adults

All Saints’ Young Adults are a group of saints (& sinners) in their 20s & 30s. Together they build the beloved community as advised by St. Paul that supports Christians through the transitions of early adulthood (new jobs, new marriages, sometimes even new babies!) through prayer, fellowship, and service. Like us on Facebook as All Saints’ Young Adults and follow us on Twitter at ‘@AllSaintsYA’. 


Questions? Contact Luci Hoad.

 

Sacred Mamas
Sacred Mamas

Sacred Mamas is a gathering of mothers of children under the age of 10 every other Wednesday at 6:30pm.  Join other mothers of young children as we share our triumphs and our failures, the joy our children bring to our lives, and the moments when we feel ready to give up. Childcare and snacks provided.

Sacred Mamas meets every other Wednesday evening at 6:30 p.m. in the Gray House.

Questions? Contact Lisa Gail Barnes.


The Men's Fellowship

For more information about Men's Fellowship, contact Bill Gerhart at gerhartwilliama@gmail.com.

 IMPORTANT: If you are not receiving Men's Fellowship e-mails and would like to be included in the distribution, please contact Bill Gerhart at gerhartwilliama@gmail.com.

About Men's Fellowship: The Men’s Fellowship meets the second Tuesday of each month at 6:30 p.m. for a potluck dinner, over which we discuss and make plans for wide variety of outreach, service, and recreational projects.  Each month a topic of interest is discussed, usually with a speaker with a passion for the subject.  Over the summer, Fellowship members helped to finalize a fence for a family as part of Women In Need, prepared Mother’s Day breakfast for all mothers in the parish, and participated in the church's parish workday.  Men of all ages in the parish are invited to join us each month and to get involved in the Fellowship.

All Saints' Dinner Club

Contacts: Sallie Trotter at Sallietrott@yahoo.com.

This organization is focused on fellowship and friendship. It invites parishioners of all backgrounds to take part in the events.  Individuals or couples in the group volunteer to host each month’s dinner. Some events are themed to match the seasons or holidays. Some people choose to host the dinners at their homes and some choose to host dinner at a special location. The host decides a theme, place, date and time. Those who attend share in the cost of the dinner and bring wine. It's a great way to socialize with members of All Saints' Episcopal Church.

For more information on attending, please contact Sallie Trotter.