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The Parable of Lazarus and Dives - William Strang, 1900s, etching

The Week of Trinity II All Saints

June 14, St. Basil the Great, B.C.D.
   12:15 p.m. - Low Mass

June 15, Feria
   7 a.m. - Men's Group
   12:15 p.m. - Low Mass

June 16, Feria
   12:15 p.m. - Low Mass

June 17, Feria
    12:15 p.m. - Low Mass

June 18, St. Ephraem, Dn. C. D.
    12:15 p.m. - Low Mass

June 19, Translation of S. Edward, K.M.
   12:15 p.m. - Low Mass

June 20, Trinity III Sunday
    9 a.m. - Holy Communion 
   10:30 a.m. - Choral High Eucharist 
All Saints Men's Group

Men of the parish are invited to attend the weekly Men's Group at 7 a.m. on Tuesdays in the Undercroft. The group meets for a light breakfast, study led by Fr. Dan, and prayer.
Parish Gift Basket for
Harlan Randolph McDermott

The parish gift basket for Harlan and the McDermott's is in the narthex and ready to receive gifts. Please set in an item to bless the family at your convenience.

The McDermott's wish list includes: diapers (size 1 and larger), wipes, children's books, Larabars, and any other item parishioners would like to send. 

You may drop gifts wrapped or unwrapped and enclose cards/gift cards as you wish.
Sacred Music and Art Camp -
Registration Open!

Mark your calendars! Sacred Music & Art Camp will take place at church July 12-16. Camp will run from Monday-Thursday with an Agape Dinner and Evening Prayer on Friday, July 16. The theme is "For All the Saints" and all children are welcome to attend. As always, SMAC is a parish effort! If you can volunteer to lead a workshop, work behind the scenes, or help in the nursery, please speak to Fr. Sean.
Click here to learn more & register
Congratulations, Thomas Fickley!

Thomas is this year's recipient of the Golden Apple Award, a prestigious award given to a teacher at each school. Here's more from the Covenant School:

"Sponsored by Better Living Building Supplies and Cabinetry, each recipient of a Golden Apple Award will receive a $500 grant to use for classroom materials or to support the teacher’s professional development. This year’s recipient from The Covenant School is Ninth Grade English teacher, Thomas Fickley.

Mr. Fickley received nominations from parents, students, and his peers. One student commented, “I have never met a teacher, maybe even a person, that I have felt radiate excitement and a passion for good like Mr. Fickley.”  A fellow faculty member remarked, “Mr. Fickley’s enthusiasm for life, as well as literature, is infectious and inspiring.  Few leave a class or a conversation with him unmoved.”  Congratulations, Mr. Fickley!  Your impact on our community is immeasurable."
Sermons for Trinity I and II

Fr. Glenn's sermons for Trinity I and II are posted on our website. Click here to listen/read them!

Saints Bio: St. Ephraem

Ephraem was a Syriac deacon was born around the year 306 in the city of Niseis (now Nusaybin in Turkey, on the border with Assyria, in Roman Mesopotamia, then recently acquired by the Roman Empire). Ephraim became a prolific Syriac-language hymnographer & theologian of the 4th century from the region of Assyria. His works are praised by Catholics and Orthodox throughout the world, and many denominations venerate him as a saint. He has been declared a Doctor of the Church in Roman Catholic Church. He is especially beloved in the Syriac Orthodox Church. Ephraem wrote a wide variety of hymns, poems, and sermons, as well as biblical exegesis what we would call commentaries. Over 400 of his hymns have been preserved and many of them are still used in both the Eastern and Western Church. Much of his works are practical theology written for the edification of the Church in troubled times that warn the Church of the heresy of docetism. His work was so popular, that, for centuries after his death, Christian authors wrote hundreds of pseudepigraphal works in his name.. He has been called the most significant of all of the fathers of the Syriac-speaking church tradition. Ephraem wrote a great number of hymns defending Nicene orthodoxy. A later Syriac writer, Jacob of Serugh, wrote that Ephraem rehearsed all-female choirs to sing his hymns set to Syriac folk tunes in the forum of Edessa. After a ten-year residency in Edessa, in his sixties, Ephraem died of the plague as he ministered to its victims. The most reliable date for his death is 9 June 373.

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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3889 Ivy Road
Charlottesville, Virginia 22903
(434) 979-2842

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