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  • May 23, 2024 Snapshot

    MINISTRY MEMOS:

    Sunday Worship Schedule for Summer:  Memorial Day weekend through Labor Day weekend (May 26th – Sept. 1st) – the survey results are in, and we’ll go with a fabulous 9:00 A.M. combined service for the summer. We’ll have some simpler music selections, a Children’s Bible Moment, and shared fellowship time during the summer!

    Office Closure:  Our office will be closed on Monday, May 27th in honor of Memorial Day.

    Social Justice:  One more Sunday to collect baby diapers & money for the Idaho Diaper Bank, as well as, adult underwear for Interfaith Sanctuary!  Please add your donations to the box in the narthex or your money (checks made out to the respective charity) in the collection plate.

    COMMUNITY CONNECTIONS:

    Coffee & Conversation:  June 1st plan on meeting up at Albertsons Market Street, 3499 E Fairview Ave at 11:00 A.M. to enjoy the sunshine and a cup of something delightful!

    Food Truck:  Julie will be here sorting and handing out food to our neighbors in need June 3rd at 5:30 PM! Include this experience in your plans and enlist your family and neighbors to help out!

    Free Community Meal:  Our next monthly meal will be on June 7th at 5:00 P.M. This endeavor is growing and your help is needed – please consider volunteering to cook, serve, clean up, and donating ingredients: https://allsaintsboise.org/worship-and-community/sign-ups/.

    BOISE BENCH & BEYOND:

    $5.00 Movies:  May 24th & 25th, the Egyptian Theatre will show several movies for only $5!  Find more info on their website: https://egyptiantheatre.net/calendar/.

    Discovery Center of Idaho:  The Mummies of the World exhibit is open now through June 2nd: https://dcidaho.org/mummies.

    Richard’s Sunday Supper: Savor a four-course pasta dinner for two for 80.00–the way only Richard’s can do! Make your reservations here: https://richardsboise.com/sunday-supper-club/.

    SpringGrass 2024:  Green Acres Food Truck Park has partnered with the Idaho Bluegrass Association to put on an epic Bluegrass Memorial Day Concert. Enjoy 9 local Bluegrass bands playing all day long!  The schedule can be found here: https://downtownboise.org/do/springgrass-2024–green-acres-food-truck-park.

    Pancake Feed:  Support our local Boy Scouts Troop 123 on June 1st from 9 – 12 at All Saints with pancakes! Tickets are $10 at the door.

    COMMITTEE COMMENTARY:

    Save the Date!!  Heroes Hotline Vacation Bible School will happen July 22-26 from 9-12:30.  Children from preschool – 6th grade are invited to enjoy an interactive, energizing, Bible-based good time as they are called together to serve God. They will become Heroes and discover that answering God’s call together means striving for the things that bring peace and the things that build each other up! For more information or to sign up call or e-mail the church office.

    INTERACTION INFO:

    Fr. Joseph’s contact:  For more urgent situations outside of office hours, please call or text his cell at 208-917-2270. If calling, please leave a message with your name, a call-back number, and a detailed message and he will get back to you as soon as he can. You can also text this number. Emails are generally answered when he is in the office.

    Our Sunday bulletin can be found here!  If you can’t be here in person, we stream our 10 A.M. service on YouTube and Facebook.

  • May 16, 2024 Snapshot

    MINISTRY MEMOS:

    Social Justice:  We are collecting baby diapers & money for the Idaho Diaper Bank, as well as, adult underwear for Interfaith Sanctuary now through the end of May.  Please add your donations to the box in the narthex or your money (checks made out to the respective charity) in the collection plate.

    Sunday Worship Schedule for Summer:  The survey results are in, and we’ll go with a fabulous 9:00 A.M. combined service for the summer. We’ll have some simpler music selections, a Children’s Bible Moment, and shared fellowship time during the summer!

    COMMUNITY CONNECTIONS:

    Ladies Who Lunch:  We will be getting together at The Refuge, 404 Parkcenter Blvd, Ste. 300, TODAY at 1:00 – let Stephanie E. know if you can make it so that she can save you a seat!  Psssstttt….order the clam chowder!!

    All Saints Annual Car Show:  Judy & Nicole are looking for 3 more volunteers to help out at the show on Saturday, May 18th, from 9 – 3 (working in shifts): 2 to help out at the registration table and 1 to help clean-up.  Please email the office with your preferred area and how long you are able to assist.

    All Saints Community Class:  The next tour for the group will be to the U.S. Assay Office in Downtown Boise. Miners would bring in their gold to have it “assayed” for value and stamped with a hallmark. U.S. Assay Office at 210 Main St., Wednesday, May 22nd, at 11:00 AM. (Metered parking surrounding the building on several streets.)

    BOISE BENCH & BEYOND:

    Pancake Feed:  Support our local Boy Scouts Troop 123 on June 1st from 9 – 12 at All Saints with pancakes! Tickets are $10 at the door.

    Idaho Botanical Garden:  We’re celebrating 40 years of connecting people, plants, and nature. Help us celebrate our anniversary and become a Garden Friend member for just $40 (usually $55!) Garden Friend members enjoy access to our Member-Only Plant Sale, discounts on our classes, camps, and events – such as our popular STEAM camps in the summer and discounted tickets to Winter Garden aGlow during the holiday season! Save $15 and use offer code IBG40 at check out to apply the discount. Offer only for Garden Friend Level Membership and for new members. Click the link https://bit.ly/44D5OWf. Valid now through May 31st.

    Free Nature Photo Walk:  As part of Unplug and Be Outside, talented nature photographer Monte Stiles will lead a free photo walk through Kathryn Albertson Park on Saturday, May 18, beginning at 6:00 PM. Regardless of your skill level or what camera or smart phone you use, Monte will offer useful tips and techniques, help you view the park with fresh eyes, and answer any questions you may have. No need to register; just meet up in front of the giant stones that spell out the park’s name.

    PARISHIONER PICS:

    Our friends, Dean and Nancy, enjoyed London! This is the oldest church in London. Reportedly founded in 675, though the evidence is disputed. Some notable entries in the parish register include the baptism of William Penn, founder of Pennsylvania, and the marriage of John Quincy Adams. Thomas More, who was beheaded at the Tower for refusing to sign Henry VIII’s Act of Supremacy was buried at the church in 1535. 

    INTERACTION INFO:

    Fr. Joseph’s contact:  For more urgent situations outside of office hours, please call or text his cell at 208-917-2270. If calling, please leave a message with your name, a call-back number, and a detailed message and he will get back to you as soon as he can. You can also text this number. Emails are generally answered when he is in the office.

    Our Sunday bulletin can be found here!  If you can’t be here in person, we stream our 10 A.M. service on YouTube and Facebook.

  • May 9, 2024 Snapshot

    MINISTRY MEMOS:

    If you know how to read a foreign language, would you volunteer to read a small portion of the Acts reading for Pentecost? Please contact Fr. Joseph for further info.

    Social Justice:  We are collecting baby diapers & money for the Idaho Diaper Bank, as well as, adult underwear for Interfaith Sanctuary now through the end of May.  Please add your donations to the box in the narthex or your money (checks made out to the respective charity) in the collection plate.

    ROSE Grant: Applications are open to ministries that will help the Renewal of Parish Life, Outreach to the larger community, Spiritual Formation of the members of the church or community, and Evangelization to make your church more visible. Deadline is September 30th.

    May 15th:  Bible Study for next Wednesday has been cancelled. We’ll see you on the 22nd!

    COMMUNITY CONNECTIONS:

    Ladies Who Lunch:  We will be getting together at The Refuge, 404 Parkcenter Blvd, Ste. 300, today at 1:00 – let Stephanie E. know if you can make it so that she can save you a seat!  Psssstttt….order the clam chowder!!

    All Saints Annual Car Show:  Judy & Nicole are looking for 3 more volunteers to help out at the show on Saturday, May 18th, from 9 – 3 (working in shifts): 2 to help out at the registration table and 1 to help clean-up.  Please email the office with your preferred area and how long you are able to assist.

    All Saints Community Class:  The next tour for the group will be to the U.S. Assay Office in Downtown Boise. Miners would bring in their gold to have it “assayed” for value and stamped with a hallmark. U.S. Assay Office at 210 Main St., Wednesday, May 22nd, at 11:00 AM. (Metered parking surrounding the building on several streets.)

    BOISE BENCH & BEYOND:

    International Museum Day:  Get ready for a FREE day of family fun at International Museum Day! Join us at the Idaho Botanical Garden for live music, thrilling activities, and games hosted by all your favorite museums! May 19th from 12-4 at the Idaho Botanical Gardens.

    Rise Up and Sing:  We will be celebrating justice work with live music on Sunday, May 19, from 3:00 to 5:00 p.m. at Congregation Ahavath Beth Israel.  It will be outside, weather permitting.  (If not, we’ll move it inside.)

    Pancake Feed:  Support our local Boy Scouts Troop 123 on June 1st from 9 – 12 at All Saints with pancakes! Tickets are $10 at the door.

    SAINT OF THE MONTH:

    Johann Arndt and Jacob Boehme, Mystics, 1621 and 1624

    Holy God, who dwells with those have a contrite and humble spirit; Revive our spirits; purify us from deceitful lusts; and cloth us in righteousness and true holiness; though Jesus Christ our Lord, who lives and reigns with you and the Holy Spirit, one God now and for ever. Amen.

    INTERACTION INFO:

    Fr. Joseph’s contact:  For more urgent situations outside of office hours, please call or text his cell at 208-917-2270. If calling, please leave a message with your name, a call-back number, and a detailed message and he will get back to you as soon as he can. You can also text this number. Emails are generally answered when he is in the office.

    Our Sunday bulletin can be found here!  If you can’t be here in person, we stream our 10 A.M. service on YouTube and Facebook.