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Saint Matthew – Guido Reni, 1621

The Week of Trinity XVI at All Saints
 
September 17, St. Hildegard, V. (see below)
   12:15 p.m. - Low Mass

September 18, Bl. Edward Bouvarie Pusey, C.
   7 a.m. - Men's Group
   12:15 p.m. - Low Mass


September 19,  Ember  Wednesday
   12:15 p.m. - Low Mass
   5:45 p.m. - Agape meal & classes


September 20, Bl. John Coleridge Patteson, B.M.
   12:15 p.m. - Low Mass


September 21, St. Matthew, Ap. Ev.
   10-11:45 a.m. - Coffee Hour for Mothers (location: Undercroft)
   12:15 p.m. - Low Mass


September 22, Ember Saturday
   12:15 p.m. - Low Mass
Agape this Week
Agape dinner will be served at 5:45 p.m. followed by classes for all ages. Please let us know if you plan to attend so our cook can prepare accordingly.

You can find a schedule posted on our website, allsaintscville.org
Coming to Agape? Click here.
We still need a two more cooks to fill out the fall Agape cook schedule in November.
If you are interested or able to cook,
please click here to learn more and sign up.

Parish Workday - Saturday, October 6
There will be a workday at All Saints on Saturday morning, October 6th.  There will be indoor and outdoor work, including the new children's play area. Junior Warden Austin Jamison will send out more detailed info closer to the date regarding specific tasks and equipment needed. 

Ministry Opportunity & Craft Day!
Please join us in supporting Kurt Johnson and Audrey Moruza in their ministry work with Kairos Prison Ministry. Kairos hosts two weekend events in October for incarcerated individuals and there are three areas All Saints parishioner can support this work (see below). Click here to read more information on Kairos and ways to help.

- Join us for an after-church art session on Sunday, October 7, at church to decorate posters and placemats based on God's love for each and all of us. All crafting materials are provided, and all artistic abilities (child and adult) are welcome!

- Sign up electronically on the Prayer Vigil list - click here.

- Bake cookies for the event! (You must follow the directions and recipes provided here) Cookies need to be delivered to Audrey on October 7 or October 10 at Agape. 

Small Groups at All Saints

Our Small Groups are open to all parishioners, singles and families, at All Saints. They exist to build community at our parish and for parishioners to grow and learn together. We currently have three groups spread out geographically. We hope you will join the group closest to you in order to build community.

The groups follow similar structure and meet every-other-week on Sunday evenings for evening prayer, book discussion and a simple dinner. We currently have three groups: one meets in Ivy, one downtown, and one north of Charlottesville.

To get connected to a small group, please e-mail Fr. Sean: mcd.seanedwards@gmail.com

Youth Camp Out
Please save the date! There will be a youth camp out at church on September 29 for children either in 6th grade or 11-years-old and older. For more information, or to sign up, please e-mail Kurt Johnson: johnsonkurtisl@gmail.com
The Son of the Widow

Fr. Glenn's Sermon for Trinity XVI

ExcerptWhat these four narratives have in common is that they are accounts of resuscitations from the dead. What do I mean by resuscitation? This is another point I want you to take away today: I mean to distinguish resuscitations from the resurrection of the dead. Lazarus is probably the most famous case of resuscitation from the dead. 

Read the rest of the sermon here.
Saints Bio: Hildegard

Hildegard of Bingen has been called by her admirers “one of the most important figures in the history of the Middle Ages,” and “the greatest woman of her time.” Her time was the 1100’s (she was born in 1098), the century of Eleanor of Aquitaine, of Peter Abelard and Bernard of Clairvaux, of the rise of the great universities and the building of Chartres cathedral. She was the daughter of a knight, and when she was eight years old she went to the Benedictine monastery at Mount St Disibode to be educated. The monastery was in the Celtic tradition, and housed both men and women (in separate quarters). When Hildegard was eighteen, she became a nun. Twenty years later, she was made the head of the female community at the monastery. Within the next four years, she had a series of visions, and devoted the ten years from 1140 to 1150 to writing them down, describing them (this included drawing pictures of what she had seen), and commenting on their interpretation and significance. During this period, Pope Eugenius III sent a commission to inquire into her work. The commission found her teaching orthodox and her insights authentic, and reported so to the Pope, who sent her a letter of approval. She wrote back urging the Pope to work harder for reform of the Church.

The Fall 2018 Areopagus Lecture

When: Friday, September 28 at 7:30 pm

Where: Trinity Presbyterian Church
3101 Fontaine Avenue Extended
Charlottesville, VA 22903

Find more information here.

And they continued stedfastly in the apostles' doctrine and fellowship, and in breaking of bread, and in prayers. Acts 2:42

Contact us at:
3889 Ivy Road
Charlottesville, Virginia 22903
(434) 979-2842
www.allsaintscville.org

Office: allsaintscville@gmail.com
Fr. Spencer: frgmspencer@gmail.com

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