Greetings in these last days of Advent!
YOUTH GROUP will have our final gathering for the 2021 calendar year tonight from 6:30-8:00pm. Please wear a mask, bring your own water bottle, and gather in the Undercroft. Feel free to wear festive attire!
WINTER BREAK & 2022 GATHERINGS UPDATE:
YOUTH GROUP will be on Winter Break next week and will resume Wednesday, January 5, 2022. For that first gathering right after the holidays, we will gather via Zoom as a precaution.
SUNDAY SCHOOL is now on Winter Break until Sunday, January 9, 2022, and will continue to meet via ZOOM for the time being.
We appreciate everyone's continued patience and flexibility - we know that for some, this brings more frustration while it brings others relief - truly, thank you for hanging in with us.
ADULTS: We need your help with supervision – while adult leaders are welcome to participate fully in Youth Group, we need other adults in the building/online to meet our safeguarding guidelines. If you are able to help out, please contact me at email@example.com for more info. Thank you!
St. Nicholas Gift Drive: Last week, some helpful Youth Group & Sunday School elves joined me in delivering five large boxes/baskets overflowing with gifts for the kids and families of Harbor House. Gifts ranged from toys & books to self-care items, pajama sets, and lots of practical items. THANK YOU so much for all your generosity – it is greatly appreciated!
VACATION NOTICE: I will be on vacation Dec. 26-Jan. 1 and will return messages after I return. If there is an emergency, I can be reached by text or call at 920-918-4007. For all other needs, please contact Fr. Christopher or Emily in the parish office.
BISHOP VISIT: Bishop Matt Gunter will be at All Saints on Sunday, January 9, 2022 for both services. Folk can join in-person (masked) or via the livestream!
One last note – thank you all so much for all you do to support the Youth Ministry here at All Saints. From being present for Sunday School & Youth Group to monetary gifts to go toward youth projects & outreach to praying for our students or supporting them during worship services as readers, acolytes, musicians, etc. – truly, it is a communal effort to help raise students in the church, especially in the last couple of years. Have a safe and blessed Christmas and New Year!