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The Lion of St. Mark - Vittore Carpaccio, 1516

Easter I Week at All Saints

April 20, Feria
   7 p.m. - Youth Group via Zoom*

April 21, St. Anselm, B.C.D.

April 22,  Feria
   7:30 p.m. - Agape in Isolation via Zoom*

April 23, St. George, M. (see below)

April 24, Friday in Easter Week

April 25, St. Mark, Evangelist

April 26, Easter II Sunday
    10 a.m. - Live Stream of Easter II Mass*
    7:30 p.m. - Sunday Class via Zoom*

* Please mark your calendars for all live stream times. We will send out a reminder e-mail with the Zoom link several hours before each event.

Agape in Isolation

Please join us for Agape this Wednesday at 7:30 p.m. on Zoom. Fr. Glenn will teach a Bible study on the resurrection and speak on the next big liturgical days coming up. Homework for this week's class (4/22): Please read John 17!

Tithing from Home

For information on tithing while church is closed, visit our new webpage at the All Saints site.  We are now offering secure online giving through and have posted our PO Box for mailing your tithe checks.

Click here to visit the giving page

Lenten Appeal Extended

We have raised $2,440 for the Bishop's Lenten Appeal thus far. Thank you for giving to this cause! On Good Friday, Bishop Grundorf announced that he has extended the deadline for giving to the Lenten Appeal until Trinity Sunday (June 7) given the limitations placed upon parish communications and closures from the coronoavirus. 

From Bishop Grundorf: "This year’s critical Lenten Appeal is for our Domestic Mission and will be going to our two Mission Churches in Eastern Alabama. Father John Klein has taken on building a Mission Church in Smiths Station (Opelika) Alabama, (St. James the Great) and at the same time, each Sunday following Mass at St. James, travels to Dothan, Alabama, to celebrate Mass and teach at St. Mathias, Church. St. Mathias Church, as some of you know, had an influx of new members from a local Episcopal Church and has gone from 6 faithful souls to 30+ with more considering joining. They greatly need a curate to help them and who at the same time would benefit from serving them under the tutelage of an accomplished priest, Father Klein.

As with previous Domestic Funds, our goal is to raise $100,000 for the support of a Curate who would relocate to the area. He would be compensated at $50,000 the first year, $30,000 the second year and $20,000 the third year. We anticipate that the Missions would be able to offset the Diocesan support and maintain the $50,000 per year."

Guide to the Mass from the 1928 Book of Common Prayer: For Anglican Youth and Newcomers by Jackie Jamison and Fr. Sean McDermott is published and available for purchase!

Click here to read more about it, and buy it on Amazon here.

Fr. Glenn's Sermon for Low Sunday

The Incredulity of Saint Thomas - Caravaggio, 1601

Click here to watch the sermon.

Lesson on Spiritual Communion 

Fr. Glenn taught a Sunday lesson via Zoom on Spiritual Communion. If you missed it, you can listen to the audio and read a lesson outline at our website, click here.
Saints Bio: St. George, M.

According to tradition St. George was a Roman soldier from Syria Palaestina and a guard of Diocletian who was martyred during that emperor’s persecution of the Church. He is venerated in the Anglican Church, the Roman Catholic Church, the Eastern Orthodox Church and the Oriental Orthodox Church. He is regarded as the most prominent military saint. He was likely born into a Christian noble family around 275 AD and he was martyred on April 23, 303 for begin a Christian. St. George presented in icons as the dragon slayer. The general iconographic interpretation is that the dragon represents both Satan and the Roman Empire. Within ten years of his George’s death, Constantine the Great issued the Edict of Milan putting an end to the persecution of the Church.
And they continued stedfastly in the apostles' doctrine and fellowship, and in breaking of bread, and in prayers. Acts 2:42

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Charlottesville, Virginia 22903
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