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)
June monthly newsletter (link)
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:
Welcome to virtual worship for this, the 3rd Sunday after Pentecost. 
You can access the texts for Sunday by following this link:  http://www.lectionarypage.net/YearA_RCL/Pentecost/AProp7_RCL.html     
(We will be following  Track 1  this week)

And, what a track!! Genesis contains a marvelous story about the fate of Ishmael, Abraham's older son; in the Romans' passage, Paul once again provides Lutheranism with one of it's catchier phrases -  bold sinning ; and, in this year of Matthew, the evangelist does his best to give continuity to a somewhat disparate collection of teachings from Jesus. (I wonder where our preacher - The Rev. Lisa Siciliano - will take us?)

As always, we will open the worship space at 9:45 AM to give everyone a chance to do a little greeting before the service begins at 10. And, we will once again be called into silent reflection before the service begins.

To join the service by pc, laptop or smart device , click on this link:
If you are asked for a password, enter 014954
(You may join directly through the Zoom app by entering the Meeting ID: 715 310 766 and then the Password: 014954)
To join by cell phone (audio only)
Call in number: 1-301-715-8592 When asked for the access code, enter: 715310766#  WHen asked for the password, enter: 014954#
To join by landline:
Dial: 1 301-715-8592   Meeting ID: 715 310 766  Password: 014954

Link to our bulletin >>> Bulletin

The Vestry Plan for Parish Regathering
After considering the views of parishioners expressed to the Vestry, and the outcomes of last month’s All-Parish Leadership Meeting, the Vestry has approved a plan for our parish regathering. It is a conservative, gradual approach intended to protect the most vulnerable among us, and to ensure that everyone will be able to participate in all services, making individual decisions whether to do so in person or by electronic means. It’s intended to be flexible and responsive to changing circumstances. The summary of the plan is provided here, and the full plan is available on the Parish website. Please consider them. The Rector and officers of the Parish welcome your thoughts. Link to plan summary >>> Summary

Parish buildings are not open now, and only individuals specifically authorized for an essential service may be in them (e.g., Heartfelt food packing). Those authorized individuals must wear masks, must practice social distancing and must sanitize touch areas as they enter and as they leave. This is not a matter of personal choice and applies to everyone including volunteers, business suppliers, and contract personnel. If you note a deviation you may politely remind the individual. If you are not comfortable doing that or doing so doesn’t correct the problem, please contact a church officer. There is now a sign in sheet at both entrances. Please fill it out with your name, date and time in/out of the parish hall. Thank you.
Skills Extravaganza - TOMORROW
Deb Watson returns to All Saints Skills Extravaganza with "Furniture Painting Basics, Part II", on Saturday, June 20, 10:00 am. Don't worry if you missed Part I since Deb will do a recap of what she presented before moving on to additional skills. Make sure to join her for this very informative, fun and interesting program. 

In this demonstration, we'll begin with a recap of the prep basics for painting furniture.
We'll then move to:
  • how to avoid potential problems
  • the best tools for painting various architectural features
  • -how to apply a basic glaze over a base color and other decorative features
  • the most durable top coats and how to apply them

Meeting URL:    
Or join by using the Zoom App with this information:
Meeting ID: 843 5827 7091
Password: 031300

Or Join by Telephone
Dial 1 301 715 8592
Meeting ID: 843 5827 7091
Password: 031300
Unity in the community. Tonight at 6 pm join  Kevin Jackson  Jr. at Mt. Olive United Methodist church parking lot, 10 Fairground Rd. in Prince Frederick, as he leads our community in celebration of Juneteenth. People from all walks of life, races and spaces are invited to join us as we enjoy speakers, musicians, historians and community leaders. This will be a peaceful celebration. Please wear your masks. Parking: park and ride will be at 130 Fairground Prince Frederick.
All Saints Cooks With Maria Feaster
Next Saturday, June 27 th , at 10:00 AM, All Saints’ renowned chef Maria Feaster will present an episode of “All Saints Cooks” sharing her delicious Spaghetti Carbonara secrets, as well as her favorite accompaniments for this dish. Stay tuned to the All Saints Newsletters for her recipe.  You can take part is this tasty program though Zoom, using the following connections information: 
Join by clicking here:
OR Use the Zoom App  with this information: Meeting ID: 81882920709; Password: 011574
OR, call from any phone : +1 301 715 8592 and provide the following when asked: Meeting ID: 818 8292 0709; Password: 011574
Celebrating Independence Day with Amusements from the Past
In keeping with the times of the Revolution, the All Saints Skills Extravaganza on July 4 th , 2020, at 10:00 AM, will feature homespun entertainments from the past. Some may recall your childhood or just give you some fun things to share with children you know. Despite his grandchildren’s conviction that he actually  remembers  colonial times, our Senior Warden, Kip At Lee, will share simple do-it-yourself amusements that were just passed on to him, some from those times and all from earlier times. Among them will spinners, a magical belt hanger, a self-propelled boat, a Chinese paper ball; a willow whistle; and miniature rockets that actually take off! (Not a battery or computer chip in sight.) You can join in these Fourth of July festivities on Zoom with this information:
Join by clicking here:
OR Use the Zoom App  with this information: Meeting ID: 83771253857; ; Password: 844126
OR, call from any phone : +1 301 715 8592 and provide the following when asked: Meeting ID: 83771253857; Password: 844126
The ECW meeting via Zoom on the 3rd Saturday of the month is changed to 1 pm for the duration of the quarantine.
Conference Call for Prayer
Join Barbara Brown & Lisa+ Siciliano every Thursday, 7-8 pm on a conference call devoted to prayer. This is an opportunity for anyone to bring concerns and have everyone on the call to pray for such concerns. [This is separate from being able to contact Barbara to arrange individual prayer.]

Call - 701-802-5452
Access: 4672453   
Virtual coffee shop We will gather virtually for coffee, tea and conversation on Thursday mornings. The Coffee Shop will open at 9 AM, and close at 11. Feel free to pop in anytime, and stay as long as you like.
To access the coffee shop on your pc, laptop or smart device, just click on this link: 

Or... If you have the Zoom app, open it and enter the Meeting ID: 878 1395 1329  and then the Password: 027593

Or...you can also join us on your cell phone (audio only) 
by dialing 1-301-715-8592. When prompted, enter the access code: 87813951329#  and then the password: 027593#  
All Saints Coronavirus Helpline

End Hunger in Calvert County / United Way of Calvert County
Food Pantry Volunteers Needed
A lot of children in our county will not have food to eat over the next two weeks because they receive free or reduced meals at school. While there will be grab-n-go lunches at three locations in the county, this will not come close to meeting the children’s’ need.

Anyone wishing to volunteer to help sort, box and distribute food for children please sign up! If you know of any children in need, and are willing to deliver, please click on one of the delivery service slots.

Volunteers age 14 and older are welcome, as well as ages 12 & 13 with adult supervision. Closed toe shoes and masks are required. Gloves will be provided.

If you have been involved with caring for anyone who has been ill, please refrain from signing up for this activity.

Please review the available slots below and click on the button to sign up. Check back frequently as new dates may become available. Thank you!

All Saints’ supports students in need at Beach Elementary School throughout the school year with HeartF.E.L.T. backpacks filled with food for weekend meals. Did you know that during the past school year,198 meals were provided through our backpack program each week (792/month) to  F   eed  E   mpty  L   ittle  T   ummies? With the instabilities caused by the COVID-19 virus, All Saints’ will continue to provide weekend backpacks throughout the summer. We usually accomplish our obligation and privilege to  F   eed  E   mpty  L   ittle  T   ummies by collecting canned food and cash donations. Unfortunately, Covid-19 makes food collection difficult and perhaps dangerous. 

Our last major food order was about $2200. We have additional students receiving HeartF.E.L.T. backpacks this summer and the  Giving Back Commission   is asking us to rise to the challenge of raising $2500 through monetary donations to provide summer weekend meals for participating students. If you would like to help us support young students through the HeartF.E.L.T. backpack program, you can generously give with this link: (   https://app.easytithe.com/App/Form/80443fca-1722-411e-99c1-895fd8fcce13   ) or by mailing a check to All Saints’ Parish, P.O. Box 40, Sunderland, MD 20689. Don’t forget that nearly every form of “plastic” and fund transfers will work with easyTithe. Thank you!!!
Reminder From the News Team.  Info and flyers to be posted in the July monthly newsletter need to be received via email by Tuesday, June 23rd. Please send information to allsaints1692@allsaints1692.org AND allsaints1692connections @gmail.com. This allows time for editing and clarification when needed. 
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