Message from the Rector
G. Corwin Stoppel
We have now moved into the nearly six month long liturgical season of Whitsuntide, or as it is more recently called, “Pentecost”. In some denominations it is also called Ordinary Time. Whitsunday comes fifty days after Easter, and coincides with the Jewish holy day of Pentecost (Penta, being Latin for 50). And, the season extends from the 15th of May until the 20th of November. The liturgical colour is green, and many years ago this led one of our young Sunday school members to call it the “Green Bean Season” because like the vegetables grown in her family garden, it was long and green. Regardless of what we call it, throughout this season our daily and Sunday lectionary puts an emphasis on what it means to be a practical, practicing Christian in partnership with Jesus. Please do come and join us for worship on Sundays at 8 and 10 AM, and remember that our sanctuary is open around the clock for prayer and meditation.
with Kristi Gillette
Meets Monthly on the first Monday of the month at 5:45 pm . This two hour workshop is free and open to the public; and is especially beneficial for anyone who has lost a close friend or loved one in the past few years.
Note: The workshop will not meet on Monday July 4th.
Fr. Cory Stoppel - Rector
Fr. Cory can be found in his office most mornings, Monday-Friday, from 8:30 a.m. until noon, or by appointment at 616-886-8007.
Rocky Kruithoff - Parish Administrator
8 a.m. - 12 p.m.
Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Friday
June 26 [11:00 am] Our Annual Picnic on the lawn and photos for Parish Directory
July 9 [9 am-2 pm] Artists without Galleries; Exhibiton & Sale
August 13 [8 am-3 pm] UpScale Sale: a chance to sell some things, or buy some things!
August 20 [9 am -2 pm] Annual Rummage Sale
7 am - Coffee Hour
8 am - Holy Communion - Rite I
9 am - Adult Sunday School
10 am - Holy Communion - Rite II
10 am - Children Sunday School
11 am - Coffee Hour
6:15 pm - Evening Prayer
All Saints' is always open for prayer and meditation