From the Youth Minister
Greetings to All Saints family and friends!
Thank you to everyone who joined in for any and all of Camp @ Home! All Saints was well represented across the ages, both with campers and staff. It’s always great having shared experiences together, so thank you for your time, dedication, and faithfulness. God sure blessed us even as we gathered while apart!
Stay tuned for more information within the next week or two about “A Day at Camp Lakotah” opportunities available later this summer.
Anti-racism resources can be found on the All Saints Youth Ministry website under the “Resources” tab (CLICK HERE). This includes recommendations for a wide range of ages for personal study and/or having conversations at home. If anyone has any recommendations that might be beneficial to this list, please contact Erin Wolf or Fr. Christopher.
Poll regarding Summer Gatherings (please reply):
At this time, we have still not planned any in-person summer Youth Events for All Saints. We need to hear from parents to see what, if anything, you would like to see offered for your students this summer. Your names and votes will be kept private, and I will share results on Wednesday, July 1.
It takes less than a minute: Simply enter your name, your vote (you only get one), and you are done. CLICK HERE to complete. Thank you for your help & input!
The Eucharistic Festival date has moved to August 29, 2020, and will be held virtually beginning at 11:00am. You can find more information at the diocesan website (CLICK HERE). This year’s preacher is Mother Hilary Crupi, OJN. She is the Guardian of the Order of Julian of Norwich (orderofjulian.org), a contemplative monastic Order of monks and nuns of the Episcopal Church.
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