Greetings to All Saints family and friends!
Summer Camp: FDL Summer Camp @ Home has officially begun! Senior Camp started Sunday evening and offers a variety of at-home activities and online offerings. Middler & Junior Camps will start on Sunday, June 14, and Kinder Camp begins June 19.
Even if your camper has not officially registered for this experience, there are still many ways they can participate. Simply head to the Camp @ Home webpage for more information! If you have any questions, notice a link not working, or would like to further support FDL Summer Camp, please contact Camp Director Erin Wolf at email@example.com.
If anyone has additional questions, comments, or if you’d like to support camp through prayers, donations (in-kind or financial), or other means, please contact Erin Wolf at firstname.lastname@example.org. Please continue to keep campers & staff in your prayers as we navigate this new way of being in community together while physically apart.
Senior Camp (completed grades 9-12): June 7-13
Middler Camp (completed grades 6-8): June 14-19
Junior Camp (completed grades 2-5): June 14-19
Kinder Camp (ages 4-7 with an adult family member): June 19-21
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 generically once I have heard from a majority of families.
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!
In 1960, Bishop William Brady worked with members of the Episcopal Diocese of Fond du Lac to establish a gathering of the diocesan community for worship and fellowship. The day typically includes Holy Eucharist, the Bishop’s Picnic, Evening Prayer, and the Benediction of the Blessed Sacrament. While this tradition continues, the 2020 Festival does come with notable changes.
The Eucharistic Festival date has moved to August 29, 2020, and for the first time ever, will be held virtually, beginning at 11:00am. You can find more information at the diocesan website (CLICK HERE). I know some of our acolytes were hoping to be able to serve at the service as originally planned, but fear not—there will be future opportunities to serve again!
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.