THIS SUNDAY'S READINGSPs 149,  Ephesians 1:15-23, Matthew. 5:1-16

VILLAGE OF CHURCH FAIRS, THIS SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 2ND- Join us as we join our Amesbury neighbors in the Village of Church Fairs, Saturday, November 2nd.  Soup is made and we have a great team of volunteers ready to serve!  Come by to lend a hand and welcome our neighbors! If you did not get a chance to sign-up, just stop by, 9-3pm.  

THIS WEEK, NOVEMBER 3RD- DAYLIGHT SAVINGS ENDS- Don't forget to set your clocks back on Saturday!

ADULT SPIRITUAL FORMATION RESUMES THIS SUNDAY- Sunday morning Adult Spiritual Formation will resume this Sunday morning in the lower hall immediately after our worship service.  Canon Ross will present the first of a four week series on some of the themes and highlights of St. Paul’s “love letter” to the Philippians, with an emphasis on how St. Paul’s exhortation to that community relate to our lives today.

ADAM GOSNELL AND FAMILY, VISITING ALL SAINTS THIS SUNDAY- This Sunday, we welcome back Fr. Adam, Rebecca, Joseph and Violet during their brief visit to New England. Please find Fr. Adam following the service if you’d like to hear more about their upcoming work in Chicagoland. You may also contact him at

BISHOP ANDREW'S "WATCHWORDS"- Are you looking for a daily word of encouragement- you can subscribe to the Anglican Diocese of New England "Watchwords" from Bishop Andrew Williams here:

PASTORAL CARE AND PARISH NEEDS- In this season of transition, Canon Susie Skillen will be serving the All Saints family as pastoral liaison. If you have a pastoral need, please e-mail Canon Skillen at or Fr. Lance Wiliams, pastoral care coordinator at All other matters of inquiry, can be e-mailed to the parish office at

RIVER’S EDGE SHARING GARDEN EVENT UPDATE- Are you excited about feeding the hungry in Amesbury? Can you only spare a small chuck of time during your busy week? If so, you are invited to join the River’s Edge Sharing Garden members in completing some small garden projects that will help  prepare for the Spring planting season. We will be meeting for the next four Tuesday afternoons starting November 5th, from 2:30 to 4:30. Dress for the weather and come help us grow!  We will also be meeting on Sunday, November 17th (following Spiritual Formation hour)- join us! (rain date: Sunday, November 24th). 

SAVE THE DATE: ADNE SYNOD, SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 16th- On Saturday, November 16, the Anglican Diocese in New England will hold its 11th annual Synod: Always North. Holy Eucharist will be held at 10:00 AM and a lunch for all who have registered will be served at noon, followed by Ministry updates and highlights from around the diocese and from Bishop Andrew. All are invited to register and attend to find a spot. Please visit:

24-7 PRAYER FOR SYNOD - Come pray on Sunday, Nov. 10th from 8-9 a.m. with others for the Diocesan wide Annual Meeting (Synod, 2019). And begin praying in advance in your Home Groups, your family or in your quiet times. Please plan to join the intercessors a little bit earlier than usual to pray together from 8-9 a.m. on Nov. 10th. We will be praying in the lower church hall.

GOT THE MUSIC IN YOU?- Interested in using your musical or vocal gifts while leading others on Sunday mornings? See Fr. Bill, or drop him a line at blomquistians@gmail. We’re always looking for ways to increase  our blessing to others!