Prepare a simple meatless meal to share in your home that is fitting with your own dietary requirements and Lenten fast. A Mediterranean style meal is often chosen for Agape Meals, but any foods are fine as long as they are simple. Salads, soups, simple meatless proteins, fruits and nuts, and simple grains or pastas can all be fine. Include a bit of bread and wine, according to what is in keeping with your dietary requirements.
Good Friday 2021 at All Saints' Friday, April 2: Good Friday, 12 noon - 3PM
Selected readings to be read by:
Senior Warden, Scott Wenzel and special guest, Deacon Holly Galgano
Church doors will be open for silent prayer to observe Good Friday. No reservation required. - Sit, meditate and/or pray quietly in a pew in the church.
- Good Friday readings will take place during this time. - You are welcome to come and go as pleased , but please maintain 6’ distance apart. -Masks are required at all times.
Easter 2021 at All Saints' Sunday, April 4: Good Friday, 10:30 AM *By reservation only*
All Saints' will have an In-person celebration of the Resurrection and Easter Joy! The service is currently planned following the guidelines from the Diocese of New York. Bring your bells!
Names of our loved ones The prayers list for our loved ones will be updated for the in-person services.
If you have names of loved one that you would like to be included in the prayers list during Prayers of the People, please send in the names to the office.
For the Easter Bulletin:
Names will be included in the Easter Bulletin in memory, thanksgiving and in honor of loved ones.
Please send the names exactly as you wish printed to the office (specify one of the choices below). Easter Sunday In Memory of... Easter Sunday In Thanksgiving for... Easter Sunday In Honor of...
Donations are welcome and will help support the post-COVID re-opening of the church. You can mail your gift or bring it with you if you are planning to attend the in-person Easter Service.