Lenten Evenings: Thursdays, March 21, 28, April 4, 11
5:30pm Evening Prayer in the Chapel (optional)
6:00pm Potluck in St. Barbara (A-H: Main Dish--I-R: Side Dish & Salads--S-Z:Appetizers & Desserts
6:30pm Program in St. Barbara
“Demystifying the Bible: Paul’s Epistle to the Romans.”
Join Pastor Emilie Finn on Thursday evenings during Lent
for a four-week study of Paul’s masterwork, the Epistle to the Romans. Discussions will include the historical context in which the letter was written and the purpose it was intended to fulfill, as well as a deeper look at what Paul says about God, love, righteousness, the body of Christ, and Christian community.
Evening prayers in thanksgiving for the day that is completed and for safety in the night to come.
See JustFaith Founder
Wednesday, March 13, from 6:30-8pm in Manning Hall
Jack Jezreel, creator of JustFaith, nationally celebrated speaker and author of the new book, A New Way to Be Church, will speak to the vision of God’s healing presence in the world and offers a tool called JustFaith for churches who want to deepen and expand the work of social transformation. There is no fee, but registration is required to reserve a seat. Register at justfaith.org/phoenix-workshop
A Celebration of our amazing Saint John's Bible -- the first handwritten, illuminated Bible in over 500 years. We are honored and blessed to the full Heritage set of seven volumes of the museum-grade reproduction permanently housed at All Saints'.
9am and 11am Holy Eucharist + 4pm Choral Evensong
All 7 Volumes of the Illuminated Bible on display
10:10am: Adult Education
Guest Presenters, Susan Rose and Marge Woods from the Franciscan Renewal Center will share their insights about two of the volumes of the Saint John’s Bible we have not looked at: Historical and Wisdom books.
Sunday, March 17
Begin your Lenten pilgrimage this year with a journey into the labyrinth. A labyrinth is a walking meditation that represents an individual’s journey through the world in search of God. One of the oldest symbols known to humankind, the labyrinth is an ancient geometric shape that does not occur in nature, but that has existed since at least 440 BCE. In Medieval Europe, walking a cathedral labyrinth became a substitute for a pilgrimage to Jerusalem, a long and arduous journey that not everyone could make. All youth in grades 4-12 are invited to join the Junior Youth Group and the Youth Confirmation class in a labyrinth walk from 10:10-10:50am on Sunday, March 17. Adults and families are invited to participate following the 11am service. Come and see where your journey will take you!
Sunday, March 24 at 7:30pm
Join us for an expanded Compline this month - which includes a 30-minute introduction with our Centering Prayer Ministry for brief instruction and practice of this ancient form of prayer then we continue with our traditional liturgy of the night prayers of Compline at 8pm with music by the Men's Schola. A wonderful, quiet, soothing way to start your week.
Celebrations of the Holy Eucharist
6 regular weekly services
Saturday mornings 8:30am in the Chapel
Sunday mornings 10:15am in the Chapel
Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday & Thursday evenings 5:30pm in the Chapel
Sunday, March 10
4pm Service + 5pm Organ Recital by Jeffrey Campbell of Saint Philip's in the Hills, Tucson
Our culmination of Saint John's Bible Sunday (see details above)
Sunday, April 14
4pm Service + 5pm Organ Recital by Trevor Carolan
Choral Evensong for Palm Sunday
Compline with Centering Prayer
Sunday, March 24
Confession by Appointment
Call the Church Office: 602.279.5539
Sunday Adult Education
at 10:10am in St. Barbara
Thursday Lenten Evening Program
6:30pm in St. Barbara
March 21, 28, April 4, 11
“Demystifying the Bible: Paul’s Epistle to the Romans" with Pastor Emilie Finn
The Path of Discipleship:
Adult Confirmation Class
Tuesdays, March 12–April 30, 6-8pm
in the Urbano Library
Lenten Outreach Project
Socks for Souls Lenten Collection
Make someone else's Lenten pilgrimage a little bit easier this year by donating socks to make sock giveaway bags for those who attend the Maundy Thursday Foot Care Clinic. This Holy Week, the ASU Community Nursing program and members of Episcopal congregations from around the diocese will take the foot-washing out of the church and into the streets to wash and care for the feet of those who are experiencing homelessness in downtown Phoenix. Please place your package of new black or white men's or women's socks in the red collection bins in the Narthex/lobby between March 10 and April 7. For more information, or to volunteer for the Foot Care Clinic, contact Pastor Emilie Finn at email@example.com.
Prison Ministry at All Saints'
Join this thriving ministry for their monthly gathering on Tuesday, March 26, from 6:30-8pm in St. Barbara to fill out over 500 mothers day cards for the women at Perryville Prison. Many hands will be needed.
Women's Breakfast: March 12 and April 8 (March : 9am at The Daily Dose on 20th Street and Highland and April: 9am at Scramble on 7th Street and Mountain View)
SAGES: March 13 and April 10 (Learn "All About the Saints" at 11am and Lunch & Program at 12pm in St. Barbara)
Men’s Breakfast: March 14 and April 11 (7am at Scott's Generations Deli on Glendale and 7th Street)
Intergenerational Gathering 10:10am on April 14: Interactive Stations of the Cross for all ages in St. Barbara
Lenten Evening Potlucks: Thursdays March 21, 28, April 4, 11 (see above for details)