Sunday school will be planting small plants in honor of spring. We will discuss the wonders of life and spring. David Lambert is going to join Sunday school again this week and teach the kids some cheerful spring songs. Please join us at 10am on Sunday. All ages welcome. Parental supervision required for children under age 4 who want to make a plant.
Mark your calendars
Saturday, March 24 – March for Our Lives Hoboken – click here for flyer.
Saturday, April 21 from 10am to 2pm is the Hoboken Spring Fling Community Day. We have registered as Team All Saints to help beautify our city’s public spaces. Stay tuned for more information!
Pentecost, May 20 at 9:00 or 11:00 am
Please see the rector if you are interested in exploring baptism for yourself or your child.
Calling all photographers!
Help your new rector learn to put your name with your face by submitting a photo of yourself or your family! Do you take great pictures, with an actual camera or a cell phone? If so, we need photos for our social media and website. If you get a great shot, send it to the church office at email@example.com. Unless we have express parental permission, we will not post children’s faces that are easily identifiable, and we will never include the names of children. If you have questions, contact the rector.
Bishop candidates announced
We have a long history of supporting In Jesus’ Name Food Pantry. We’ve emphasized the mission of the Hoboken Shelter a good deal of late, and we want to be sure to remember this other very worthy cause. To that end, we are including here a link (see below) to a list of items currently being sought by the pantry. Shortly, we will announce a collection location for those who are unable to deliver the items to the site. Thank you for your generosity. Click here for the supply list.
Advent is a season of anticipation and reflection for Christians all over the world as we prepare to joyously celebrate the feast of the incarnation.
During this season, we may well be thinking about gifts for those we love and care about. Would you consider making a special gift to help a person in need? A homeless woman needing a hot meal, a runaway teenager, a senior in need of companionship, a student trying hard to stay in school but needing help.
Your gift to the Alleluia Fund for Outreach can make a tremendous difference in the lives of vulnerable individuals in our diocese—and not just during Advent and Christmas but throughout the coming year. For more information and to donate please visit www.diocesofnewark.org/alleluia.