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)
September 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 15th Sunday after Pentecost

You can access the texts for Sunday by following this link:  
This week, Track 2 takes us into the book of Genesis for the conclusion of the story of Joseph - so much more here than meets the eye; in Romans, Paul continues his concluding exhortations to the faithful, and in Matthew, Jesus offers a parable about forgiveness...taking us right back to where we started in Genesis. (You can't make this stuff up!)

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

Hurricane Laura slammed into the Gulf Coast last week, which was the same week that marked the 15-year anniversary of Hurricane Katrina. Episcopal Relief & Development is in constant communication with the impacted dioceses working to reach vulnerable populations devastated by the storm. Donate today to support these efforts. 

Skills extravaganza coming this Saturday. Tomorrow! Have you ever thought about starting your own small business, either full-time or part time. On Saturday, September 12, 10 am, Maria Feaster, owner and operator of Cobbler's Creations, for quality ladies' footwear, will teach you all the tricks of the trade for starting and running a successful small business.

Join by clicking here:
Password: 844126
OR Use the Zoom App 
Meeting ID: 83771253857;
Password: 844126
OR, call from any phone: +1 301 715 8592
Meeting ID: 83771253857
Password: 844126
ALL Saints Cooks Banana Bread!
Join Chef Jim Thrift for All Saints Cooks, NEXT Saturday, September 19th at 10:00 AM. This next installment of extraordinary Zoom cooking experiences will present Jim’s “famous…nearly famous…soon-to-be famous” personal take on Banana Bread. Watch for the recipe (coming to us as soon as Jim makes landfall at the end of his present cruise!)
To join Jim in his kitchen (or perhaps his galley), use this Zoom connection 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
Did you know that you can knit without needles? Even a guy can probably do that. But is it truly a skill you can learn or is it magic? To find out for sure, on Saturday, September 26, 10 am, join Susan Custis as she presents "Yarn without Needles."

Who needs Jacques Pepin or America's Test Kitchen when we have Filo Blake. Filo, trained as an expert meat cutter by Nicks of Calvert, on Saturday, October 10, 10 am, will teach us the proper way to butcher and prepare various cuts of meat. Join him to improve you culinary abilities, whether in the kitchen on the grill.

We are looking for others with special expertise to share. If you have a skill, hobby, or particular interest that you would like to present on All Saints Skills Extravaganza, you are invited to join the fun. Please contact Sherrill Munn, email: njoydancin@aol.com or phone: 410-286-7586 to let him know your skill and schedule you program.
Spudnik Sets Record

Despite this very strange and difficult year, we have broken a record in the Spudnik Gardens. I say gardens because we now have our primary Vegetable Garden, but put in a Pollinator Garden last year and this year, in spite of COVID-19, a Children's Garden. The record I refer to is the amount of fresh produce we have donated from the Spudnik Gardens to local food pantries. Last year we set a record, donating more than 467 pounds. This year we have surpassed that record donating, as of September 8, more than 510 pounds. A primary objective of the Spudnik Gardens is to help feed the hungry of Calvert County by donating garden produce to food pantries in the County. The produce this year has included Lettuces, Collards, Kale, Cabbage, Spinach, Radishes, Beets, Carrots, more than 100 pounds of Potatoes, Tomatoes, Eggplants, Corn, hot and sweet Peppers, Melons, Squash, Beans, Cucumbers and Asian Greens. We recently succession-planted fall vegetables, including Kale, Broccoli, Cabbage, New Zealand Spinach (not a true Spinach), Radishes, Collards and true Spinach.

Les Saints du Vin will meet this Sunday, September 13 from 4 - 7 pm.
The ECW meeting via Zoom will be next Saturday, Sept.19 at 1 pm.
Virtual coffee shop 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

Donations of Clorox or Lysol wipes or store brand equivalent still needed
We need people to buy disinfecting wipes in preparation for the church reopening and leave them in the church near the PA equipment. You can email Cindy to let her know items have been dropped off. If you would like to be reimbursed, you should also tape your receipt to it with your name. cynthiaoverstrom@gmail.com 
Many thanks to those who have donated wipes, hand sanitizer
and made and donated masks. 

Drive thru food drive for HEARTF.E.L.T. is this Sunday, the 6th. 12 - 2 pm
All donations are welcomed and appreciated. Special urgent needs include jelly and spaghetti sauce (no glass containers), pudding, individual cereal boxes and individual milk cartons for 22 children.
“We Love Calvert Arts Festival $10K Benefit for Children”
The countdown to our $10K Benefit for Children began on September 1st. During the month of September, we are promoting our loyal artisans on Calvert Arts Festival (CAF) social media - (https://www.facebook.com/calvertartsfestival), suggesting that folks visit their websites (or contact them directly) to safely shop beautiful one-of-a-kind arts and crafts.  We need your help to publicize All Saints’/CAF support of local businesses on social media. Several artisans will be featured on the CAF Facebook page each day. You can help us support these businesses by taking a few moments every day to go to the CAF Facebook page. “Love” the post, “Like” the artisan’s Facebook page, make a quick comment and share the post. Of course, emailing the flyer out to your friends, family, neighbors, etc., with encouragement will help to ensure a successful ”We Love Calvert Arts Festival $10K Benefit for Children”.
Stay-tuned for more fundraising details throughout the month!
Many Wounds to Heal: Health Care (In)Equity - How Does It Affect Me?
Don’t forget to mark your calendar now for the next BIG CONVERSATION:  Many Wounds to Heal: Health Care (In)Equity - How Does It Affect Me?  This event will be held on Sunday, September 13, 2020 from 2-5pm online. Register early to get your virtual seat!

More information can be found at https://calvertlibrary.libnet.info/event/4509915
You Must Pre-register: https://bit.ly/BigConversation91320. 

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.
The Connections Commission has almost completed the task of gathering information for our upcoming new and improved website. We are now in the process of gathering pictures to use and need your help. We are looking for photos, both current and historical, and hope that you can help us.  If you have any pictures that you would like to share - on your phone, stored on your computer or in albums, bags and boxes - that are related to all things All Saints, please scan and send to the Connections Commission (allsaints1692connections@gmail.com). If you cannot scan or send them, please let us know and we can arrange to make copies for the photos you have to share. Thanks, in advance, for sharing!
Reminder From the News Team. Info and flyers to be published in the October monthly newsletter needed to be received via email by Wednesday, September 23. Please send information to allsaints1692@allsaints1692.org AND allsaints1692connections @gmail.com. This allows time for editing and clarification when needed. Please submit your event in the form you wish it to appear and complete. Example: If it's a cooking show, please include the recipe with the copy.
September calendar
Birthdays In September