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Exciting Easter News

Dear All Saints’ Parishioners,

Regarding the lawsuit, all parties are working out the details of how we will wrap it up. Once we know what those are, we will have clarification as to what we can and cannot do. For now, all involved have told use that nothing can be removed from the premises, from an apron in the kitchen to a kneeler in the chapel. So, please be patient as the details of this issue are resolved.

We will be resuming in person worship starting this Sunday. See our webpage for how to make a reservation.

Good news! We will be celebrating Easter in person (yay!) in the chapel of our school, All Saints' Episcopal School. The service will be streamed live for those who cannot or should not be there in person. Because it is a larger room, we will be able to accommodate more people at each service. Details on this will be forthcoming.

We are beginning to make a list of what we need and many of you have already stepped up very generously to meet them. For instance, we will need white vestments for Easter and the Easter season. A donor has already, and without solicitation, gifted us with that. You can’t have Easter without a thurible. Again, a benefactor has stepped up for that. If you are interested in helping us recover and rebuild by helping out with an extra financial gift, please contact me via email,

More later.


Fr. Jambor

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