Worship Indoors
There are two ways to sign up for indoor worship on Sundays:
We have 35 seats for 7:45 am and 9:15 am, Sunday morning. Please indicate if you would like a double seat or a single seat. 

Please note:
  • Masks/mouth coverings are required indoors. 
  • The service will be about 45 minutes. 
  • At this time there is no coffee hour afterwards. 
  • Be sure to check yourself in at the welcome station and pick up a bulletin. 
  • New reservations are required each Sunday.

We will continue to have:
Drive-in Church - drive up, tune your radio to 107.5 FM
Walk-up Church - bring a chair/bike/beach blanket, stay six feet from your neighbor in our garden and grassy area, and listen to the service live.
Live-stream - go to AllAngelsLBK.org, click on the listen live button, and you will be routed to our YouTube channel. 
Zoom - go to  https://zoom.us/j/5955701807 and watch and listen live. Be sure to stick around after the service for our coffee hour chat-with-your-neighbor time. 

The bulletin can be found on the All Angels Website: AllAngelsLBK.org
or at the following link: Bulletin for Sunday, June 14
Hurricane Information

Please visit the Town of Longboat Key website for current hurricane information and read their Take Action Now document found here:

Online Giving

All Angels now has an electronic offertory plate! You can find the online giving link on our All Angels website by clicking the link below:
Men's and Women's Discussion Groups
The Men's and Women's Discussion Groups are now
on-line. If you are interested in joining, please email
Centering Prayer
 Centering Prayer invites you to pray with them, every day,
at 8 am, wherever you are. When you enter into prayer at 8 am (Eastern), you will know that others are praying at the same time. 
June Birthdays

2 June Sheppard
3 Nancy Gross
5 Peter Temperton
7 Melanie Gennet
10 Jeff Vaughn
17 David Eiss
18 June Granger
21 Diana Cable Emrich
23 Carole Jesiolowski
26 Gloria Detwiler
26 Don LeWin
26 Connie Jose
27 Eve Wickwire
29 John Williams
29 Phil Kreis
June Anniversaries

7 Fred & Diana Emrich
12 Don & Carolyn Judd
15 Whit & Cade Sibley
20 Tom & Alison Jones
23 Ted & Nancy Bremble
29 Edson & June Sheppard
Thank You of the Week

Many thanks to Tom Crawford, Scott Wuesthoff, Don Judd, Carolyn Judd, Ethan Marshall, and Bob Erker for moving 144 chairs from the church into the Parish Hall and for arranging seating in the church so that we can remain in worship together and six feet apart from one another. 
Prayers for our People

We pray for those who are sick, those who suffer;
we pray for all who protect us both here and abroad.
We pray for Downs IV, Holden, Ruth, Timothy, Lynne, Don, Bill, Dorothy Jo, Valerie, Sue, Elizabeth, Kay, Vicki, Jim, Barbara, Ward, Krista, John, Cynthia, Alex, Linda, Andres, Ginny, Mary Ann, Ed, Sofia and Victoria. 
We pray for 2-year-old Hudson who is facing a kidney transplant.
We pray for John Maxheim who is recovering from surgery for tongue cancer. 
We pray that Tom Thomas will continue in his recovery from hip surgery.
We pray that the Holy Spirit comfort those who cannot visit their loved ones, and for those who cannot be visited, and we pray that the wisdom and love of the Holy Spirit descend upon those who care for those who sick. 
 
All previous services, discussion group readings and Bible study classes may be found on our website:
Below are pictures of Ken,
who was mentioned in Fr. Dave's sermon last Sunday.
Reflection
The Process Oriented God

Have you ever heard this prayer, “God, grant me patience, and give it to me now!” Funny thing, that is not how patience works; nor is it how God does things. In the Anglican world, we often say that we believe in a God of structure and order. As such, our particular style of worship is structured and ordered. Just before processing in one Sunday morning, I joked with the choir, “Well, let’s see what happens this morning.” The choir chuckled because that is not how we do things.  

This past Sunday, we heard about Day 6 of creation – when animals and humans were made (chapter 1, Genesis). You and I both know that it took more than a “day” to make all creepy crawly things as well as humans, but, the author(s) of Genesis set out to show the orderliness of God’s creation. It’s not like God said, “Well, let’s see what happens this morning,” and then created fish before the ocean was made, or birds before air. That’s not how God does it. God Almighty seems to have a process and a plan; or maybe vice-versa.  
 
In 2009, in California, I participated in an interfaith march to object to Governor Schwarzenegger’s budget that greatly reduced walk-up health clinics for the poor and marginalized. Once we reached the clinic, one of hundreds in the state that was scheduled to close, I was asked to start us off with prayer. I opened my prayer book and started – orderly and structured is our way, after all – and was followed by a Franciscan monk who volunteers as a chaplain at the clinic. Standing tall in his brown robe, he invited the large crowd to raise their palms in the air and face them toward Sacramento. He then gave a rousing and spontaneous prayer about the Lord who watches over the least and that our wealthy-movie-star-turned-Governor should do better. After the “amen” he said, “There we have it, God hears every prayer, and our clinic will be saved.” … which it was, after a lengthy process of negotiations and input from the citizenry. In fact, all the clinics in California were spared. It did not happen overnight, but rather, it took a process.  
 
Healing prayers often work in the same way. There are times when instantaneous healing occurs; which are quite noteworthy; but they are the exception, not the rule. Often when we pray for healing, it occurs after a process of medical intervention and rehabilitation. Some would ask, “Why then pray at all?” The answer is simple – because prayer works. Study after study shows that those who have a good prayer life, and/or have others praying for them, spend less time in a hospital bed. Why is the ever-cost-conscious VA is so hospitable toward their chaplains? It is because the chaplaincy core reduces expenses way more than they cost.  
 
God, who created everything, including the planets in their courses and this fragile earth, our island home, did so by an orderly process. Humans have memory, reason and skill. We learn, become wise, and pass skills onto to others – all by process, not instantaneously. There are much needed changes and reforms in this country; in particular, that all citizens should be treated uniformly by their government. But, it can’t happen overnight. Change is a process that can be ugly and messy, often times slow and unresponsive; nevertheless, it is a process.  
 
May God sustain and strengthen our country as we go through the process of change.  

-Fr. Dave