Weekly Saints' Alive
This Weekly Newsletter provides quick reference information for the members and friends of All Saints. We invite you to find full descriptions, flyers and lots of other information at the:
All Saints Facebook Page - facebook (link)
Website - allsaints (link)
Don't forget to "spring forward" Daylight saving time 2020 in Maryland will begin at 2:00 AM on
Sunday, March 8

All Saint's News in brief
This Sunday's readings
Second Sunday In Lent

Genesis 12:1-4a
Psalm 121
Romans 4:1-5, 13-17
John 3:1-17
Rev. Betsy Van Auker will be giving the sermon.
March calendar
Other future events and details can be found on our Parish website calendar or on Facebook. The calendar can be found on the link below:

There will be a special, meditative Evensong service Sunday at 5 PM – 6 PM

LOV-C hosting a Supper meeting after Stations on March 13
Following the Stations of the Cross service (6:00, in the brick church) on Friday evening, March 13, the Living our Values Commission will host a conversation over soup and salad about what - based on the values we have declared - we believe we are being called to do as our primary mission in the years ahead. It may be something that builds on current or past missions (Reading Camp, ECHO or our many relief missions) or something for which we have been prepared by the Spirit (Housing, Reconciliation).
Please join us for Stations at 6:00, or come directly to the parish hall around 6:45 to participate in the conversation.

Lent madness, join the fun! If you’re looking for a Lenten discipline that is fun, educational, occasionally goofy, and always joyful, join the Lent Madness journey. Lent needn’t be all doom and gloom. After all, what could be more joyful than a season specifically set aside to get closer to Jesus Christ? Lent madness voting opportunities are e mailed, posted on facebook and can be followed at https://www.lentmadness.org/
Regular Weekly Events

Sunday - Holy Eucharist, Sunday School & Coffee Hour
Monday - Yoga, Boy Scouts
Tuesday - Blue Heron Bridge, AA, Lighthouse Bible Study
Wednesday - Bible Study, Healing Service & Yoga 
Thursday - Knitting Group, Boy Scouts
Friday - Yoga, Cub Scouts
Adult Discussion Series Continues!  The Adult Discussion Series for March will address “What the Great Religions Have in Common” and be led by Father Ken Phelps.  The new March series will be held on March 8   th   , 22   nd   and 29   th   . All discussions take place in the Lounge in the Upper Level of the Parish Hall, from 9:15 to 10:15 AM. Please feel free to bring something to drink and eat from the coffee hour table and join in these fascinating discussions.
Looking Ahead Highlights
Men's Breakfast  at Trader's is the first Saturday of every month. Meet for fellowship and enjoy breakfast together. 8:30 a.m tomorrow, Saturday, March 7 .
Les Saints du Vin - The March meeting of Les Saints du Vin will be at the home of Mary Ann and Sherrill Munn on Sunday, March 8 from 4 - 7 pm. Their theme is 'Throw Down, Down Under'! We will be comparing the same wine varieties of similar price from New Zealand and Australia. Please bring a snack to share. Non alcoholic drink options will be available. As always, the wine drinkers will pay for their portion of the wine, vote for their favorite wines with money and donate the proceeds to the charity of our choice. This month's gathering will be held at Sherrill and Mary Ann Munn’s home: 5961 Sunderleigh Drive, Sunderland. If you plan to attend please RSVP to the Munns and Overstroms
Stations of the Cross services has begun.This special Lenten service begins with an opening devotion & the Lord’s Prayer. It proceeds through each of the stations using a pattern of versicle, response, reading, prayer & collect. Hymns may also be sung or said. The service concludes with prayer(s). Its theme makes it particularly appropriate for use in Lent. This year we will offer Stations of the Cross on the 6 Fridays of Lent leading up to Good Friday. You are invited to join us, whether it’s for a single service or for all six.   We will have a simple supper in the Parish Hall following the service. For more information, please contact Deacon Lisa Siciliano at  deaconlisa-somd@gmail.com  or Adriane Hope Sayles at  ahopesayles@aol.com .
Women's Breakfast   at Dreamweaver We meet at 9 a.m. on the second Saturday of the month except May and December. We will next share a meal on March 14.

Broadview Baptist Church invites you to honor and bid farewell to Rev. Jenn Wilder on Sunday, March 15th from 1-3 pm in our Parish Hall.
The first Project Spudnik garden workdays of the year will be a on Saturday, March 7, 2-5 p.m. and Sunday, March 15, 1-4 p.m., both at the garden. On March 7, we will do garden preparation, including removing the old mulch, installing a garden arch, and planning the garden for 2020. On March 15, we will lay down the new mulch, make container soil, and lay out the children's garden design. Both dates will include hands-on training. 

Our Spudnik group is primarily made up of high school and middle school studen ts, but  all are welcome   . There will be pizza and drinks. 

Looking ahead highlights
Our Lenten book review continues with the second of three gatherings on Tuesday, March 17, from 2-4 PM.  We will meet in the upper level lounge.
Book Flix " Calling Kids Who Like to Have Fun Reading and Watching Movies! Reading Camp Calvert presents Book Flix on March 21 st . Come and find out about the Gruffalo’s encounter with the little brown mouse in the deep dark wood. Pizza dinner will be served. All are welcome to join in the fun!"
National Aquarium Fintastic Fun Trip Registration
Sunday, March 22, 2020 meet at All Saints Episcopal Church at 9 am return to All Saints around 4 pm. Lunch is provided at the aquarium.The cost is $20 per participant which includes admission to the Aquarium, bus transportation, and lunch. Lunch will be preordered on 3/16 so please make sure you submit your choice of item by then.

Usher Training Coming Soon!   Nate Pope will be offering usher training on Saturday, March 28, at 11:00 AM. Anyone interested in an usher refresher or in becoming a new usher should attend this training.  This training will cover the do’s and don’ts of the roles of an usher, how ushers play an important part in the Holy Eucharist and other services of the church and how ushers play a big part in the reverence of the church and its services. For more info and to register for the training contact Nate at 301-855-0251.
Safe Nights @ All Saints is coming ... opportunities to serve: March 22-29. Sign Up to volunteer at https://signup.com/client/invitation2/secure/3101193/false#/invitation
The ECW is starting early to recruit a volunteer or pair of volunteers to jump in to keep the Christmas Market THE place to be on the second Saturday in December. Lissi Mojica has stepped up as a co-chair, so we are looking for someone else to work with her! Thank you, Lissi! f you would like to MAKE IT HAPPEN as a co-chair with Lissi (or if you know someone who would make a great Christmas Market leader), please contact Cindy O. at 410-286-8060.
Help Wanted!  Volunteers needed to help our Children's Formation Director! Volunteers, working with the Director, are needed ensure the nursery is a secure, nurturing environment where each child will see, hear, and feel the love of Jesus Christ and where parents can feel confident their child will receive the highest quality of care and ministry. In addition, administrative help is necessary to build our Sunday School program.. For information, or to volunteer, please contact Erryn Brown @ 763-913-4042 or Kip At Lee at 410-474-3008.
. Calvert Arts Festival Christmas Market 2019 is behind us and now we are on to the 13th Annual Calvert Arts Festival. Mark your calendars now for May 9th - another great day of merrymaking!  Chair leads met on Thursday evening, discussing suggestions from last year's event, hoping to make Arts Fest 2020 the BEST yet. Stay tuned for more information in the upcoming monthly newsletter!
HEART F.E.L.T. has a specific need for the following items. Pasta sauce with and without meat, pasta sauce w/cheese or white sauce. Small boxes of spaghetti.
No glass jars please. Cans or plastic jars only. We have a good amount of peanut butter but are low on squeeze bottled Jelly.
Jello - type pudding in individual containers. Individual packs of cookies, fruit roll ups, bags of different snacks. Soups, Canned vegetables, for example: Green beans, corn, carrots, mixed vegetables. Fruit juice in small containers individual boxes. We have 20 children in the program this year so please buy in bulk when possible. Thank you for supporting this important ministry.
Reminder From the News Team. Info and flyers for the April newsletter must be received by close of business on March 25( to be posted in the monthly newsletter. Announcements for the bulletin and weekly newsletter need to be received no later than Wednesday of the same week by close of business for inclusion. This allows time for editing and clarification when needed. Thank you.