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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.
August  9, 2015: Eleventh Sunday after Pentecost,
Proper 14, Year B
Sunday, August 9
Rector on Vacation
8:00 a.m. Rite I Worship
9:15 a.m.  Building & Grounds
10:15 a.m. Rite II Worship

Monday, August 10
Rector on Vacation
10:00 a.m.  Tai Chi Instruction

11:00 a.m.  Tai Chi Practice

Tuesday, August 11
Rector on Vacation
5:00 p.m. Banners
6:30 p.m. AA

Wednesday, August 12
Rector on Vacation

Thursday, August 13
Rector on Vacation
8:45 a.m. Dental Van

Friday, August 14
Rector on Vacation
11:00 a.m. Mustard Seed Thrift Shop
6:00 p.m.  NA

Saturday, August 15
Rector on Vacation
Northwest Oboe Seminar
11:00 a.m. Mustard Seed Thrift Shop
11:30 a.m. Hot Meals
7:00 p.m. NA
Ministry Schedule for Sunday, August 9th:
8:00 am Rite I:
Worship Leader:  Darek Jenkins
Lectors: Betty Meeker
Jacob Mathai
Intercessor: Darek Jenkins
Usher:  Bill Henry


10:15 am Rite II:
 Acolyte: Noah Kilian
Worship Leader: Chuck Bateman
Lectors: Chuck Bateman
Lucille Pierce
Intercessor: Belinda Nissen
Eucharistic Ministers: Chuck Bateman
Kathy Martin

Ushers: Bill & Jocelyn Cox

Greeter: Christine McClave
Coffee Hour: Amelia Brooks
Patricia Kugler
Special needs, immediate concerns
for Parishoners:
Chuck Bateman
Barbara Liniger
Marjorie Lindquist
Dean Clark
Jim Titherington
Clergy & Staff Vacations
Mother Laura is on vacation through Sunday, August 16th.  For pastoral concerns or emergencies please contact Rev. Mary Anne Gard.
James Denman, Music Director, will be on vacation August 8th -24th.  Jerry Meter will be substituting at the organ.


 
All Church Picnic
Sunday, August 30th, we will all gather at 10:00 a.m. on the lawn of our church for an outdoor Eucharist.  Parish picnic and games will follow!
NAMI Multnomah will be offering a 12-week training course at All Saints starting Wednesday from 6-8:30PM, September 2 and running through Nov. 18th. The course is called Family to Family and is designed for parents, siblings or adult children who have a family member living with a severe mental illness (depression, bi-polar, schizophrenia, anxiety disorders). The National  Institute of Health publishes that this includes 5.9% of all Americans. The National Alliance on Mental Illness(NAMI) is the primary non-profit organization assisting persons with mental health issues and their families. Lack of accurate information about mental illness within families often makes life worse for those affected.
 
To sign up for this class, call 503-501-2363, Space is limited. There is no charge for the course. If questions, you may also call Chuck Martin, who is on the NAMI Oregon Board.
Parish Directory Photo Shoot Opportunity!  
For the next several Sundays after the 8:00 service and the 10:15 service, Jerry Meter will have his camera ready by the side of our Pipe Organ to take photos for those parishioners who missed the first time we took pictures for our directory and for new families and parishioners who have joined our congregation since the directory photos were taken.  Check in with Jerry after the services if you need to have your picture taken.

Submitted by Jerry Meter 

Thanks for keeping your pledges
up to date during the summer months.  
Bills don't take a vacation!

By donating a vehicle, RV, motorcycle, boat with trailer, or anything that has a title and wheels, you will save yourself the hassle and expense of trying to sell it yourself. All Saints is a selected partner with non-profit Charity Connections.

Charity Connections, through it’s over 200 non-profit partners, takes your donation where it sits. They transport, detail, do minor repairs, appraise and sell all donations. The best part of all is that 60% of the proceeds come back to All Saints. Using their contractors and expertise, everyone wins!

To make a donation g
o to our web page, allsaintspdx.com and type “donate a vehicle” in the search box and follow the instructions.

ECO-FAITH NOTES

Will a small rise in sea level affect people (even in the United States)?

A small rise in sea level will affect many people, even in the United States. The amount of sea level rise expected to occur as a result of climate change will increase the risk of coastal flooding for millions to hundreds of millions of people around the world, many of whom would have to permanently leave their homes.  Global sea level has risen approximately 9 inches, on average, in the last 140 years.  This has already put some coastal homes, beaches, roads, bridges, and wildlife at risk.  By the year 2100, sea level is expected to rise another 1.5 to 3 feet.  Rising seas will make coastal storms and the associated storm surges more frequent and destructive. For example, in New York City what is currently termed a once-in-a-century coastal flooding event could occur as frequently as once per decade.

(Environmental Protection Agency)  

Featured FAQs:
Presiding Bishop-elect Michael Curry

Becoming the beloved community:

"I believe profoundly that Dr. King was right.  We were put here to create the beloved community; God is the same God and creator of all of us.  If we all come from the same source, I'm not a scientist...I'm just a preacher, but if we've got the same parental source then you're related to everybody.  We are brothers and sisters of each other.  The hard work is to figure out how we live as beloved community, as the human family of God and do that in practical and tangible ways."
 
Pat McCaughan, episcopaldigitalnetwork.com
Mark your calendars!  All Saints has partnered with Oregon Food Bank to participate in the Woodstock Gives Back: Day of Giving event, happening on September 13.  This is a unique and exciting event with over 30 businesses and organizations participating.  Think street fair with a charity promotion angle. 

The event will begin at 10 am and conclude at 6 pm.  At this time streets will not be closed.  High school students will be guiding and handing out maps. If you are interested in helping All Saints/Oregon Food Bank out with this event, we could sure use you!  Contact Laurie McDowell or Micky Keiter with your ideas, times available, and questions.  Thanks!

Submitted by Laurie McDowell
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