Announcements

Schedule updates:

Lent & Holy Week Service Schedule
Palm Sunday - March 25, 10am & 5pm: With procession (and incense at 10am service) and Footsteps: A Child’s Passion Play at 12pm
Maundy Thursday - March 29, 7pm, With foot washing and stripping of the altar
Good Friday - March 30, 12pm & 7pm
Easter Sunday - April 1, 9am, 11am & 5pm, Easter Egg Hunt after morning services
Thursday Healing Services - 12:10pm-12:45pm, February 15-March 22

Save the Date: Parish Retreat - Sept. 14-16th. More info to coming soon!

The Bible Project Reading Plan -
Scripture This Week:

February 18 - Numbers 28-30, Psalm 49
February 19 - Numbers 31-32, Psalm 50
February 20 - Numbers 33-34, Psalm 51

February 21 - Numbers 35-36, Psalm 52
February 22 - Deuteronomy 1-3, Psalm 53
February 23 - Deuteronomy 4-6,  Psalm 54
February 24 - Deuteronomy 7-9, Psalm 55


Opportunities for Giving, Serving & Having Fun!


Read the Bible with us this year!
Want to discuss the scripture in detail? David Larrabee will be leading a discussion group every Sunday following the 10am service. We are following the Read Scripture app reading schedule (3 chapters and a psalm daily) with video introductions in each book. We’ll post the following week’s readings in the weekly announcements. Sign up here so we can keep you informed and connected with others who are reading. You can also access the PDF schedule here. Read, reflect and then discuss on our Facebook Group - All Angels' Connect Group.

Adult Confirmation Class, March 11-25, April 8-22, 11:30-12:30 am. The Book of Common Prayer defines confirmation as “the sacramental rite in which we express a mature commitment to Christ, and receive strength from the Holy Spirit through prayer and the laying on of hands by a bishop.” Whether you were baptized as an infant, desire to reaffirm your commitment to Christ as an adult, or simply want to revisit the essentials of what it means to be a Christian, we invite you to join us for this 6-week adult confirmation class. The final class on April 22 will be open to those who wish to be received into the Episcopal Church by Bishop Dietsche during his pastoral visit on April 29. Taught by Michelle Howard, Michael DeLashmutt and Christine Lee. Questions? Contact Christine at clee@allangelschurch.com.


The Bible Project: How are you getting on?

As a church we are reading the whole Bible in a year during 2018 using the Read Scripture app reading schedule with video introductions in each book. So far we have completed Genesis and Exodus and are now into Leviticus. If you have not viewed the Leviticus video yet please do so- it is excellent. Today join David Larrabee in the Whiting Room after the morning service to discuss this week’s readings. Sign up so we can keep you informed and connected with others who are reading:  www.rebrand.ly/readscripture.


Intercessory Prayer Training, Saturday 24th February 9:00 a.m.-12:00 p.m. Intercessory prayer is often foreign to us and appears to be hard work. Carolyn Carney has kindly offered to give us some practical teaching which will be suitable for beginners and the most advanced! Our hope is that we will build an intercessory prayer team which, we believe, will be the primary means God uses to advance His kingdom in this place. Email Heidi at staffassistant@allangelschurch.com to rsvp.


Don’t Walk By Street Outreach & Shelter -- Saturday, February 24th In 2017, Rescue Alliance partners and volunteers practiced loving our neighbors through compassionate care and outreach, engaging more than 800 homeless individuals across the city and hosting 600 at anchor church locations. This year, All Angels’ Community Ministries will serve as the uptown shelter, providing respite for those engaged by DWB’s street outreach teams. To be part of the outreach, click the link below or contact Chelsea at chorvath@allangelschurch.com. Click here. (Shelter location @All Angels’ Church)


Want to donate an iPad to Community Ministries? We’re looking for an ipad or two to help us run our programs more efficiently. If you have one you’re not using, would you consider making a donation?? Contact Heidi at staffassistant@allangelschurch.com.

 
Summer Camp + Scholarship = Campership
The All Angels’ Farm Fund is granting $1000 camperships (each) to qualifying children and youth to attend any summer sleep away camp of their choice outside of New York City.  A “qualifying” child or youth is one who participates in All Angels’ Children and Youth Ministry activities more than 50% of the time. Read more details here.  Find a campership application form here. For more information contact Mary Ellen Lehmann, melehmann@allangelschurch.com

Check out our blog! It’s a great way to stay connected with the current teaching series, ministries and updates. We hope you will be encouraged weekly with posts by Jim, Christine and others who will be writing each week. Click here to read!


Lent Devotional Reading. Check out Hearts & Minds Bookstore’s wonderful recommendations for Lent here and support independent bookstores by purchasing from them!

Join a Lenten initiative. If you need inspiration and more structure, check out the 40 Acts Generosity Challenge or The Common Rule for daily ideas, reflections and opportunities to connect with others around the globe.

Giving Update:
January-December 2017: $1,126,000
January-December 2016: $976,000

(For more information or questions about the budget, please email info@allangelschurch.com).



Outside of All Angels':

Come out and show your support! Our youth coordinator Trevor St. John-Gilbert  has been cast in the lead role of a terrific play called “The Marriage Contract” that will be running at the Metropolitan Playhouse from February 16-March 18. It’s a witty comedy set in the 1890s that is suitable for all ages. Tickets can be purchased at MetropolitanPlayhouse.org.

RSVP for Lenten Sushi Fridays: This Lent, the Young Adult Network in partnership with parishes across Manhattan invite all people in their 20's and 30's for an evening of sushi and spirituality on four different Fridays.$15 suggested cash donation for food and drinks (non-alcoholic). Tonight, Incarnation Church is hosting and Bishop Shin will be attending. Also, don’t miss Lenten Reflection day, on Saturday, March 3rd. For more information and to RSVP click here.

Love to cycle? Want to make a difference in the lives of youth? Start training now for New City Kids 2018 Bike Tour! Join them as they ride 800 miles from Jersey City, New Jersey to Grand Rapids, Michigan in 10 days. Raise support to help provide 40 life changing internships to urban youth. To learn more about how you can get involved, please visit: http://newcitykids.org/biketour/