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All Saints Episcopal Church
The purpose of All Saints is to celebrate God's love,
to seek and serve Christ in all persons,
and to go forth into the world, rejoicing in the power of the Spirit.


4033 SE Woodstock Blvd, Portland, OR 97202
(503) 777-3829

www.allsaintspdx.org


The Rev. Laura C. Truby, Rector
The Rev. Mary Anne Gard, Assisting Priest
The Rev. Kathleen Borsch, Deacon
View the Church Calendar here

Printed calendars are updated weekly and available
in the narthex - please take one - thank you!

Printed copies of sermons are available for use during the Sunday service.  Please find them on the table in the narthex.
July 12, 2015: Seventh Sunday after Pentecost,
Proper 10, Year B
Saturday, July 11
3:00 p.m. Memorial Service:  Shannon Kraft
Reception Following

Sunday, July 12
8:00 a.m. Rite I Worship
9:15 a.m.  Building & Grounds
10:15 a.m. Rite II Worship

Monday, July 13
10:00 a.m.  Tai Chi Instruction
11:00 a.m.  Tai Chi Practice

Tuesday, July 14
9:30 a.m. Megan's Boot Camp
5:00 p.m. Banners
6:30 p.m. AA

Thursday, July 16
6:15 p.m. Megan's Boot Camp
6:30 p.m.  Portland Wheelman Touring Club

Friday, July 17
11:00 a.m. Mustard Seed Thrift Shop
6:00 p.m.  NA
7:00 p.m.  Wedding: Bateman/Ebers

Saturday, July 18
11:00 a.m. Mustard Seed Thrift Shop
11:30 a.m. Hot Meals
2:00 p.m.  Memorial Service: Mary Williams
7:00 p.m. NA
Ministry Schedule for Sunday, July 12th:
8:00 am Rite I:
Worship Leader:  Loralee Henry
Lectors: Betty Meeker, Bill Henry
Intercessor: Loralee Henry
Usher:  Bill Henry


10:15 am Rite II:
Acolytes: Noah Kilian
Worship Leader: Jerry Meter
Lectors: Jerry Meter,Lucille Pierce
Intercessor:  Laurie McDowell
Eucharistic Ministers: Jerry Meter, Sara Zito

Ushers: Bill Henry Jocelyn Cox
Greeters: Christine McClave
Coffee Hour:  Amelia Brooks, Patricia Kugler

 
Memorial

Celebration of Life for Shannon Kraft

There will be a memorial service celebrating the life of Shannon Kraft, daughter of longtime members Charles and Jacqueline Kraft this Saturday, July 11, at 3 PM at All Saints.  It will be non-Eucharistic. A reception will follow in Parish Hall.   All are welcome to attend.
 
Mother Laura 
New Youth Director Selected!
Geoff Sasser has accepted our offer to become our Youth Director.  His position will officially  begin September 1, 2015.  We are blessed indeed by his plans to become part of our All Saints Staff!  He will be completing his time with Grace Memorial Episcopal Church in the near future, and is looking forward to making our parish his church home and family this summer.  Geoff brings much experience in youth ministry, is articulate and passionate about it, ready to pick up where Chris Bailey left off.  We give thanks to God for guiding him to us!
 
Mother Laura
 
A big thank you has gone to 5-year-old, Mary, who brought her cold water, ice pop and advice stand to our yard sale a week ago.  At the end of the sale, she donated all her earnings to the church.

Susanne Bateman
North Carolina Bishop Michael Curry elected as 27th Presiding Bishop
Curry was elected on the first ballot by the House of Bishops from a group of four nominees. He received 121 votes of a total 174 cast.  The vote was confirmed later by the House of Deputies by a vote of 800 to 12.  Curry said, “we are followers of Jesus – Jesus of Nazareth – and the truth is we’ve got a message to proclaim, a life to live and something to share and offer the world. There’s a lot of suffering in this world. There’s a lot of heartache, there’s a lot of nightmare. We are people who believe that God has a dream and a vision for this world, and that Jesus has shown us how to follow him in the direction of that and how to help this world live into God’s dream and vision for us now."
The beginning of Curry’s ministry will be celebrated by a liturgy on November. 1, All Saints Day, at Washington National Cathedral.
PAX Foreign Exhange
Opportunity to Host and International Student
A representative from PAX academic exchange, Frances Swaine, will be available to answer questions during our coffee hour times this Sunday, July 12.  A PAX student is 15 to 18 years old.

Summer is coming.
Please remember to keep your pledges current.
Bills don't take a vacation!
ECO-FAITH NOTES
“There is an urgent need to develop policies so that, in the next few years, the emission of carbon dioxide and other highly polluting gases can be drastically reduced, for example, substituting for fossil fuels and developing sources of renewable energy.”   Pope Francis
Featured FAQs; frequently asked questions about Episcopal Church teachings, terminology, and traditions.

Episcopate 
Term for the order of bishops, derived from the Greek word for "overseer."  The "historic episcopate" is one of the points of the Chicago-Lambeth Quadrilateral and a central tenet of Anglicanism.  It refers to the belief that bishops are responsible for handing down the traditions of the church from one generation to another, beginning with the apostles.  Bishops are thus an inherent part of the faith committed by Jesus Christ to the apostles, and are called to unify the church and to preserve its traditions.
A Dictionary for Episcopalians, by John N. Wall.
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