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All Saints’ Episcopal Parish Ninth & Dolores, Carmel-by-the-Sea
All Saints’ Parish Meeting Thanking — Planning — Listening
Sunday, January 29, at Noon Enjoy Potluck Lunch—Ratify Investment Plan—Listen Thank Members—Review Objectives—Elect Leaders Children’s Activities and Nursery Provided
January 2012 Disciples Glorifying Christ & Serving Others
Contents our Rector’sMessage...................2
our Community.........................5 our Discipleship.........................6
Events at All Saints’ .........12 the Business
of The Vestry ......13
from our Bishop ........................14
ourRector’sMessage There is a religious overtone to observing New Year’s Day; it has to do with giving thanks to God for the past year and anticipating God’s continuing grace in the future. When we pause at the beginning of the year to look backward or forward, we tend to see the bigger picture, and in doing so we can glimpse God’s presence in our lives. I invite you to lift your eyes to the horizons of past and future, and to look for sightings of God. Just like the whale spouts we observe from Carmel Beach, most frequently in January, our sightings of God might look faint, blurred by the haze, leaving us wondering whether our eyes are playing tricks on us. However, it is precisely in times of uncertainty that we enter more fully into the realm of faith. For as the author of Hebrews reminds us, “faith is the assurance of things hoped for, the conviction of things not seen” (11:1). I also invite us to gaze at the collective horizon of All Saints’ this centennial year. By looking back we can discover God inspiring those who have gone before us. The repeating patterns in our history are striking, and point toward God’s purpose for this parish. For instance, we have been a congregation that starts missions, including St. Matthias (Seaside), St. Dunstan’s (Carmel Valley), Bishop Kip’s School (now All Saints’ Episcopal Day School), Santa Lucia Chapel and Campgrounds (in Big Sur), and Epiphany Lutheran and Episcopal Church (Marina). So it might come as no surprise to discover a new mission on the horizon of our future. Our newest mission is a Center for Christian Transformation, designed to host Festivals of Christian Spirituality.
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Each festival will focus participants on a topic critically relevant to society, and will bring to bear the answers provided by the Gospel. We hope that those who attend will be inspired and equipped to address concrete needs in their local circumstances, most likely in small but spiritually significant ways. We envision that the rich spiritual traditions of the Church that are part of each festival will help people participate in God’s continuous transformation, thereby empowering them to serve as Christ’s agent for transforming the world. Between festivals the center will provide means for participants to stay connected and to receive ongoing support. This center will have the same focus on education and formation that prompted us to start All Saints’ Day School and to help start York School. In a very real way, All Saints’ Parish has served as a center for Christian growth and service for decades, maybe even from its inception. As we begin our next one hundred years, let us claim this heritage and ask how All Saints’ can more effectively serve as such a center through our five areas of ministry. I believe that God is calling us to become, in ever-more-relevant ways, a center where individuals are transformed by the love of Christ to serve others. Clearly there are other signature patterns that recurred in our first one hundred years and that we can sight even today. Excellence in liturgy, beauty of music, energetic compassion, attentive care for others, and ministries for youth might come into focus as you gaze with gratitude on the horizon of All Saints’ future. In Christ, Fr. Rick
Sunday Schedule 8:00 a.m. 9:00 a.m. – noon 9:30 a.m. 10:30 a.m. 5:30 p.m.
Eucharist, Rite I Nursery Adult Education Eucharist/Children's Sunday School Eucharist (Evensong on the first Sunday of the month)
theVestry Message Investment Plan and Policy
Nominations for Vestry
As you have been reading each month, the vestry and foundation board have been working on a comprehensive plan for oversight of the investments for which the vestry is responsible. The foundation board oversees the parish’s Foundation Trust Fund, which is separately incorporated under its own bylaws. For many years the vestry has had responsibility for several designated funds that are beyond the scope of the foundation. A number of parish leaders have worked very hard to develop a policy and comprehensive plan for parish investments, in order to increase the range of endowment options for members and establish better coordination between the vestry and the foundation board.
The following five people have agreed to stand for election to the vestry: Ed Childs, Bill Mattmiller, Dave McClendon, Anne Powell, and Harrison Shields. We are still receiving nominations. You may volunteer yourself or nominate someone who has agreed to stand for election. Candidates must be members in good standing who have a record of financial giving to the parish and are willing to serve.
The two documents will be made available soon, so that all interested members may study them. If you have any questions, you are encouraged to attend the special forum held on Sunday, January 22, at 9:30 a.m. You may also speak to vestry or foundation board members. The parish will be asked to ratify the investment policy at the annual parish meeting on January 29. Please join the vestry and foundation board in thanking the leaders who worked so assiduously on these documents: Al Alvarez, Ed Childs, Ed Fincke, and Allan Groves.
Elections will be held on January 29 during the annaul parish meeting. Contact Marcia McCleary, LeAnn Keaton, or the office with any names or questions.
Vestry Forum Join the two special forums held at the 9:30 a.m. Sunday adult education. On January 15, senior warden, Ed Fincke will lead a conversation on the rector’s pastoral message, which Fr. Rick will give at the conclusion of the January 8 morning services and will also be available in printed form. On January 22 vestry member, Allan Groves, and new president of the foundation trust fund, Al Alvarez, will lead a discussion on the new investment plan and policy adopted by the vestry, and which will also be available by January 8.
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ourWorship Music At All Saints'
Are You Serving this Week?
We are proud to welcome Nathanael Ushers, greeters, eucharistic ministers, We glorify Christ by Pangrazio and Friends on Saturday, coffee hour hosts and lectors can enacting liturgies January 28th at 8:00 p.m. This is the see what dates they are scheduled steeped in beauty, second concert in the Music At All mystery, and creativity by going on our website, clicking Saints' series, developed in recognition "events" and then clicking "schedule" that refresh like of the centennial anniversary of the in the left-hand column or simply springs of living water. parish. Mr. Pangrazio has worked enter this link into your browser: extensively as a musician in a wide http://ht.ly/6dh7m range of capacities. He has classical training as a pianist, conductor, singer, and composer. He Evensong, January 8, 2012 has studied with many fine mentors, including Carmel's own Barbara Ruzicka, and also attended The First Sunday of Christmas - January 1 - Service the Indiana University Jacobs School of Music. of Lessons & Carols with Holy Eucharist at 8:00 Mr. Pangrazio has been a serious composer since a.m., 10:30 a.m., and 5:30 p.m. All three services the beginning of his musical interests, and has will feature music. had the honor of being commissioned by many The Second Sunday of Christmas - January 8 respected music groups such as the Carmel Bach Holy Eucharist at 8:00 a.m. and 10:30 a.m., with Festival and Hidden Valley Music. His work Choral Evensong at 5:30 p.m. has caught the attention of many professional choruses because of his particular interest in All Saints' Organ choral writing. Mr. Pangrazio has directed his efforts in recent years to include many musical Over the last couple of months, All Saints' styles of the past and present, so that his work parishioner Clay Couri has been painstakingly can integrate a number of various techniques making adjustments to our organ to improve the and appeal to a wide range of audiences. He quality of the sound. Everyone, but particularly has turned his attention in recent years to the Todd and Richard, owe him a debt of thanks for world of film music, due to his belief that all of his efforts: THANKS CLAY - AWESOME WORK! the arts culminate within the single medium of Below is a letter from Clay about his recent work films. Based in Los Angeles, Mr. Pangrazio will here at All Saints': present a program of original works at All Saints' with the assistance of several musical friends, My love affair with the All Saints' organ dates back to the mid who will perform his music on instruments such 1990s, when I was the associate organist. Richard Wilson as the piano, violin, cello, and also a chamber and I had discussed the organ's voicing and decided to choir. Tickets are available through the church recommend that the Allen Organ Company come to the office or online at http://goo.gl/Ru9fy. General church and revoice the organ, which then also resulted and premium seating are available. in several of the stops being changed to better suit the size and acoustics of our building. Since I was available, I Acolytes supervised this work, and got to know the technician well who performed the work. In the course of the revoicing, which Join the parish in giving all of our acolytes a great is done using the organ computer system, this technician big thank-you for their service. Please speak showed me exactly how to alter the stops for general sound to Fr. Rick or Robin Denney if you have any volume, relative intensity across the reach of the manuals, questions or suggestions, or would like to help. and the tonal characteristics of each stop. In a digital organ, Continued on Page 7 Page 4â€ƒ January 2012â€‚ thePatter
ourCommunity Join the conversation on Facebook
We rejoice as a Beyond our own Facebook page, community that you can "like" the Episcopal Diocese drinks from the chalice of El Camino Real’s new Facebook of Christ’s love. Page. All are invited to post news and events. Enter this link into your web browser and join the conversation: http:// ht.ly/6d2Lw
Dickensian Dinner On Friday, January 6th, the parish will host the Dickensian Dinner at 6:00 p.m. in Seccombe Hall. Tickets are available only by reservation and the cost is $25 per adult and $10 for children. Entertainment will include the talents of many church members. Do not miss out on this great social event - get your tickets before they sell out!
Book Club I can’t believe another year of books, good company and lively discussion has passed for the All Saints’ Book Club. We have again reached our annual meeting where we choose our lineup of books for the year. At the January 10, 2012 meeting, members bring three book selections they believe the Book Club would be interested in reading for the New Year. After a short synopsis of each book, we democratically vote on the 11 selections for coming year. For those of you who have not had the pleasure to visit the monthly All Saints’ Book club meeting, this might be a good time to attend. There is no pressure to have read any books; just a time to get to know the other members and interject your opinion, if you wish. I’ve been a member of the All Saints’ Book Club for four years now. I love books but thought, “what do I have to contribute?” Well, everyone’s opinion is valued, and I’ve had an opportunity to discover literary genres I would never think to explore. This experience has opened my horizons and will
yours, also. Come in January and join the fun, while you experience intellectual companionship and a deep, enriching experience.
The All Saints’ Book Club regularly meets in the church library the second Tuesday of each month at 6:00 p.m. The review leader/presenter brings lettuce for a salad, and the other participants bring something to place in the salad or food to share.
Author Talk & Book Signing Elizabeth Barratt recently published her book on the history of All Saints’ Parish. On Saturday, January 21, at 2:00 p.m. we will host an Author Talk and Book Signing in Seccombe Hall. Please join us and bring a friend.
Centennial 1892 BCP in Review The older book of common prayer (BCP) used by the first generation of All Saints’ parishioners contained the same beautiful language as our current Rite I liturgies, but the prayers were longer and much more of the service was spoken by the priest alone. Evidently the ministry of the laity was not a pressing issue one hundred years ago. The service required those worshipping to spend more time on their knees, and we noted a greater emphasis on our sinfulness and God’s consequent wrath, but also the clear message of the saving grace of Jesus Christ. There was less music and no Old Testament lesson or psalm. No one seemed to mind that Fr. Rick did not make the service more authentic by preaching for an hour. Happy anniversary! thePatter January 2012 Page 5
ourDiscipleship Adult Discipleship Join our adult class each Sunday from 9:30–10:15 a.m. in Grant Hall. Nursery care is provided. • January 1: No class
We follow Jesus Christ and lead others into the deep waters of faith.
• January 8: Bible study • Living Our Baptism Beyond the Splash • January 15: Vestry forum • Reflecting on Fr. Rick’s Pastoral Message to the Parish • January 22: Forum • Investment Policy Q & A to be Presented at the Parish Meeting
Youth Ministry by Robin Denney
I'm very excited to join the team here at All Saints'! I look forward to getting to know the parish and the people better. We have a great team of four volunteer youth leaders who have wonderful skills and enthusiasm. We are organizing ourselves for the year ahead, and I will be getting in touch with the parents and youth of the parish to get your ideas and input as we plan for events and structure our program.
• January 29: Bible study • Living in Freedom between a Rock and a Hard Spot
Prepare for Sunday This Sundays scripture lessons are on the "Worship" page of our website you can also enter this URL into your browser: http://ht.ly/64Ftf
Report on Conversatio Dialog The Discipleship Commission and Festival discernment team held their second conversatio dialogue in December. They will meet again on January 20 in a process of experience and reflection. They are eager to offer this spirituallybased method of dialogue and spiritual discovery to the parish and beyond, but are striving to be patient as the method emerges.
Christian Yoga Christian Yoga sessions will resume in February. Please look for new date and time in upcoming Sunday bulletins
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The youth group (grades 6-12) meets the first and third Sunday of the month for a time of worship, fellowship, and teaching. The meetings this month will be after the 10:30 service on January 8th and 22nd, in the youth room. IF you have any questions, suggestions or would like to help our youth ministry in 2012 please contact me. You may send an email to: redenney@gmail. com or call me on my cell phone (805) 835-8538.
ourStewardship 2012 Pledge Campaign
The Stewardship-Pledge team is very shortfall from our goal is significant We offer our all so that encouraged by the momentum of the but it is still possible that we may Christ may change 2012 pledge campaign. In 2011 there reach the goal as there were another water into wine. were other needs that arose including 10 families who indicated they may the kitchen and reaching out beyond pledge. Meanwhile, the vestry is the parish to support the needy in considering how we will make up the our community. It is wonderful to be part of a difference between out total opperating budget commuinty that chips in with time, talent and and projected income. treasure to sustain all our opperations, ministries If you have ideas, or perhaps have not pledged, and outreach at All Saints'. we invite you to speak to the rector or vestry to At the time of the December vestry meeting 74 offer your ideas and assistance. families had pledged $186,316. The $33,800 Continued From Page 4
each stop or voice has been sampled from a real set of pipes installed in an existing organ using extremely fine recording equipment. The notes thus recorded are then transcribed into a digital format. The sound of each note of one voice is then represented by a series of ones and zeros, and encoded on a "prom." Each of the voices of the All Saints' organ is thus encoded on a separate "prom" in the computer. Each of these voices can be adjusted to work well with our building's acoustics. The organ has 55 separate voices, which represent a 55-rank pipe organ. Ideally voiced, this organ is capable of handling all of the same organ literature as if it contained 55 ranks of acoustic pipes. It's true that computer technology has advanced light-years beyond that which is represented in our organ, of 1989 vintage; however, the capability to make mighty-fine music is really there, with careful voicing. Fast-forward to 2011. I have retired (12-2010) from my position, held for thirteen years, as Music Director-Organist at Saint John's, where it was a job requirement that I be a church member. I have now been privileged to rejoin All Saints, although, Jim and I spend most of our time at our home in San Francisco. About two months ago, Richard invited me to try the organ and "see what I thought." I was appalled! On going through the organ carefully, stop by stop, it became quickly apparent to me that the voicing of most of the stops had been altered so as to render the organ nearly expressionless, tonally - certainly nothing close to what it had once been able to produce, musically. With the blessing of Fr. Rick, Todd, and Richard, I embarked on
a total-organ revoicing project, the majority of which has been completed just in time for the upcoming Christmas services. I have spent approximately thirty hours adjusting the organ's computer system to restore the proper voicing characteristics to each of the 55 ranks. Much of the work required careful listening - out in the nave - to a number of individual notes of each voice, to be sure the tonal and volume adjustments were compatible with the building's acoustics. My years of association with pipe organs, and lessons I have had regarding tuning and voicing of pipe organs has been invaluable, since the principles and theory of voicing a digital organ are similar. Definitely, the end product of a careful revoicing job should render our organ nearly indistinguishable from a fine pipe organ with a palette of stops. Whilst the majority of the work has been completed, there is still some "fussy", subtle work remaining to bring the very best music from each of the stops, and this work will continue for some weeks. As you listen to the organ this Christmas I hope the glorious music it now produces will be a spiritual support for your personal worship experience. It is a great honor and privilege to have been entrusted with this project, and an even greater honor to be welcomed back to the All Saints' family with such enthusiasm! I'm delighted to be able to make this contribution to All Saints' and to the Greater Glory of God. Merry Christmas! Clay C. Couri thePatter â€‚ January 2012â€ƒ Page 7
JANUARY 2012 LITURGICAL READINGS January 1 Holy Name Christmas Lessons and Carols
January 8 Baptism of our Lord Genesis 1:1-5 Psalm 29 Acts 19:1-7 Mark 1:4-11
January 15 2nd Sunday after the Epiphany
Jonah 3:1-5, 10 Psalm 62: 6-14 1 Corinthians 7: 29-31 Mark 1:14-20
January 29 4th Sunday after the Epiphany
Holy Communion (Rite I)
Children’s Sunday School
Holy Eucharist Rite II
8:00am 9:30am 10:30am 10:30am
12:00pm 4:15pm 5:30pm
Holy Communion (Rite I) Adult Sunday School Children’s Sunday School Holy Communion Rector’s Pastoral Message All Saints’ Drama Troupe Rehearsal Choir Rehearsal Choir Rehearsal Evensong
Holy Communion (Rite I)
Vestry Forum on the Rector’s Pastoral Message
Children’s Sunday School
1 Samuel 3:1-20) Psalm 139:1-5, 12-17 1 Corinthians 6:12-20 John 1:43-51
January 22 3rd Sunday after the Epiphany
Deuteronomy 18:15-20 Psalm 111 1 Corinthians 8:1-13 Mark 1:21-28
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Santa Lucia commission
Holy Communion (Rite I)
Vestry Forum on the Investment Policy
Children’s Sunday School
Holy Communion (Rite I)
Adult Sunday School
Children’s Sunday School
Annual Meeting and Potluck lunch
Church Oﬃce Closed 4:00pm
Strategic LongRange Planning Committee
Strategic LongRange Planning Committee
Music at All Saints’
Executive Staﬀ Meeting
10:00am Buildings&Grounds Committee 10:00am ExecutiveStaffMeeting 4:00pm
Festival of Christian Spirituality(TaskForce)
ALL SAINTS’ EPISCOPAL PARISH – CARMEL-BY-THE-SEA, CA
Centennial Planning Team
Dickensian music rehearsal
Eucharist celebrating the event of the Epiphany
G+ Hangout for All Saints’
12:00pm Discipleship Commission
Prayer service and Christian Unity Celebration
Friends of St. Benedict
Christian Unity Service
G+ Hangout for All Saints’
Diocesan Conference “Sharing our Story”
Author Talk and Book Signing with Elizabeth Barratt
MAAS Concert Nathanel Pangrzio
Please find current updates to calendar events at:
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ourOutreach Food Bags in Demand Epiphany, our parochial mission in Marina, CA also has a Food Pantry to meet the needs of the hungry throughout the region. In November they gave out 607 bags of food.
We serve others with the compassion of Christ by offering a drink to the thirsty.
All Saints' 2011 Year Totals are show below. Recent statistics show many of those who come for food bags are from Carmel. Clearly, this is a valuable ministry and we thank you for your ongoing mercy and generosity.
Food Bags in 2011
Number of Households Number of People
Number of Children Number of Seniors
Food for Thought The Outreach Commission has been reviewing the use of the annual Rummage Sale as our primary mechanism to raise independent funds. After special meetings on the subject, the commission has decided not to hold the rummage sale in 2012, but to replace it with a similar, but more focused, event on the same weekend. We plan to use Best-of-the-RummageSale ideas, emphasizing the successes we have had with the Friday night preview event. Our theme will be “Food for Thought” and we will target our advertising on raising money specifically for foodrelated activities, so that we may continue the work we do in donating food to the larger community. Though we have not solidified all our plans, we have in mind a small plates (serving significant appetizers and wine) event on Friday night, May 11, that carries a cover charge. The primary focus of our fund-raising efforts that evening will be a major silent auction at which offered items with a minimum value of about $100 (the exact amount has not yet been established, but we want to feature fewer, more valuable items). We will work with Epiphany on the event and expect to create this new centennial year event that will salute the traditions of the past, while looking ahead to the most effective ways in which
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we can serve the needs of the parish and the community at large. Ideas for items appropriate for the silent auction include new of lightly used items, gift cards (e.g., for a restaurant or other retail shops in the area), services, and trips. These donations should be directed to the Outreach Commission.
Parishioners who have been collecting goods that were intended for the rummage sale are directed to Epiphany, which holds rummage sales frequently, or to the IOC’s Joining Hands Benefit Shop in Carmel, where proceeds go to area housing causes. More details will be provided on this subject as our subcommittees get working. In December, the Outreach Commission purchased and sorted food for 100 food boxes for the season, with our Cub Scout troop packing them. We will end the year with about 480 food bags given out in the office. Children’s Christmas gifts were collected, with all going to Epiphany this year. In addition to a large and generous contribution of toys and clothing, we were able to purchase $650 worth of gift cards for Father Jon to distribute. We also continue to provide food to the community through our daily food bags at the office and our monthly I-Help dinners.
Epiphany Epiphany recently took the lead in Marina’s effort to acknowledge the tragic November fire at a local home for disabled persons, at which five people died. The city has now asked Epiphany to manage the public funds that have come in for that cause. The service that Epiphany hosted for the community was a standing-room only expression of support for those affected.
International Reach We continue to be part of the Friends of St. Patrick group, consisting of All Saints’ Church and All Saints’ Day School, St. Edwards in San Jose, and St. Jude the Apostle in Cupertino. “Gifts of Life” brochures have been added to the Outreach table by the south door of the church.
Highlighted Events this month at All Saints' Dickensian Dinner Friday, January 6, 2012 6:00 p.m. Prepay $25 adults and $10 for those 18 years or younger in the office or RSVP and pay at the door. Music @ All Saints Concert - Nathanael Pangrazio January 28, 2012 8:00 p.m. Tickets available in the church office, at the door, or on the church website for $25. Premium front row seating available. A reception will follow the concert in Seccombe Hall. Newcomers Gathering Wednesday, January 25, 2012 at 5:30 p.m. the newcomers of All Saints' are invited to come to a social gathering in the library. We'll gather enjoying some food and drink and get to know one another better. After the gathering you are encouraged to participate in the Christian Unity Service which starts at 7:00 p.m. in the church and then stick around for the reception that will last until 9:00 p.m.. Annual Parish Meeting Sunday, January 29, 2012 at 12:00 p.m. we will hold our annual meeting to celebrate the accomplishments from the year before and then talk about our goals and cast our vote concerning our annual budget and the new vestry candidates. The annual report will be available for your to pick up in the back of the church or in the office by January 15, 2012. Prayer Service for Christian Unity Service Wednesday, January 25, 2012 7:00 p.m. Christians of all denominations will gather, fellowship and pray at All Saints'. Plan to attend this special Sunday evening service, supporting ecumenical collaboration and worship throughout the region.
Christmas Flower Donations Tom Brown, in memory of Georgia Brown, Anne Trivitt, and Louollie & Thomas Brown The Reverend & Mrs. John H. Burk, in memory of John Norwood, Annie Norwood, Anne Norwood Petersen, Helen Norwood Crawford, Ruth Rathbun Burk, Harry Rathbun, and Florence Rathbun The Reverend & Mrs. John H. Burk, in thanksgiving for Anne Elizabeth Burk and Rob, Amy, Emma, and Sydney Burk Jean Clark, in memory of Robert Clark, Marjorie Clark, and Babs & Jack Clark Ruth Craig, in memory of her daughter Laurel Craig Lalanne Helen & Jim Egerton, in thanksgiving Alan McEwen, in memory of Jorna White McEwen and Arthur & Mary Lloyd McEwen Barbara & Bill Monning and family, in memory of Betty Monning, Virginia Williams, and Bill & Laura Wheeler Bob, Kathy, Sarah, & Andrew Nielsen, in memory of Kathy’s parents, Don & Sally Anderson, and Bob’s parents, Bob & Joy Nielsen Lucy & Bill Reno, in memory of the Swenson, Burton, and Reno families Remy Ryan, in loving memory of her father, Fred Gran, and her grandmother, Carrie Gran Elaine Stanton, in memory of Jim Stanton, and in thanksgiving for Jim & Izzi Shillinglaw; Amie, Brian, Abigail, and Simon Clarke; Katie & Steve Nichols; and Susan Stanton Jim & Izzi Shillinglaw, in memory of Jim Stanton Hilda Stengard, in memory of Marjorie Clark Claudia & Rusty Ward, in memory of Katherine Jo Buchanan de Berlanga Annonymous
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our Community AA Groups Women’s Group Every Monday from Noon-1:00 p.m. Grant Hall Carmel Group Every Monday from 6:30 - 7:30 p.m. Grant Hall Cross Talk Discussion Every Tuesday from 6:30 - 7:30 p.m. Grant Hall As Bill Sees It Every Wednesday from 5:30 - 6:30 p.m. Grant Hall Carmel Men’s Stag Every Wednesday from 7:30 - 8:30 p.m. Grant Hall Carmel Group Every Thursday from 7:30 - 8:30 p.m. Grant Hall Early Discussion Every Friday from 7:00 - 8:00 p.m. Grant Hall The Promises Every Saturday from 6:30 - 7:30 p.m. Grant Hall Carmel Group Every Sunday from 6:30 - 7:30 p.m. Grant Hall
See Community Events Calendar on our website for all events.
The World Watch Group Meets every other Tuesday from 3:00 - 4:00 p.m. Grant Hall
Poddesses Book Group Every Monday from 1:30 - 3:30 p.m. Grant Hall
Interfaith Outreach of Carmel General Meeting The first Monday of each month from 6:00 - 8:30 p.m. Library Board Meeting The last Monday of each month from 6:00 - 8:30 p.m. Library
Special Community Events at All Saints' in December Shelter Outreach Plus Women's Ball Saturday, January 21, 2012 8:00 p.m. Prayer Service for Christian Unity Service and Reception Wednesday, January 25, 2012 7:00 p.m. WSCI Doctors Conference January 26-28, 2012
Women’s Group Every Tuesday from 12:30 - 1:30 p.m. Grant Hall Women’s Group Every Thursday 7:00 - 8:00 p.m. Grant Hall Carmel Alanon Every Friday from Noon - 1:00 p.m. Grant Hall Alanon Every Sunday from 6:00 - 7:00 p.m. Library
All Saints’ extends our hospitality and our facilities to non-profits, groups and programs that complement our mission and have the blessing of our rector who is the chief steward of building use. Our parish administrator manages all contracts. Our hospitality is an extension of our mission; however, neither contract nor this listing is an endorsement of any program, group or organization. Space limitations may not allow us to publsih all events. To inquire about renting our facilities please contact the Parish Administrator, Greg Troxell by email: gtroxell@ allsaintscarmel.org
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Balcony Renovation We have begun the engineering study to learn what degree of water damage may have occurred to the balcony concrete and rebar over the course of the last fifty years. The Buildings and Grounds Committee wants to undergo the research before they proceed with the chosen proposal that includes: resurfacing the balcony to prevent further water penetration, rebuilding the rail, adding a lower gutter, and replacing the exterior balcony planter with a bench. After all the reports have been reviewed by the building and grounds committee, the vestry will consider the reports and recommended financing options that will be recommended by the finance committee.
Committee, 8 a.m., Usher
Our 2012 Pledge Drive is ahead of last year and doing well; many thanks to all of you. Whether we finish 2011 in the BLACK will be determined by how well we do closing our pledge gap -- I'm hopeful we can do it.
Ed Fincke, Senior Warden, Strategic
Mike Raggett, Treasurer
2011 Vestry Members Mike Carter, Buildings & Grounds
Planning Committee, Finance Committee, 10:30 a.m. host, table fellowship group host
Allan Groves, Parish endowments, 10:30 a.m. host LeAnn Keaton, Junior Warden, Gardens, 10:30 a.m. hostess
Financial Report as of November 30, 2011 Budgeted pledges to date
Actual pledges to date
Budgeted total revenue to date
Actual total revenue to date
Budget total expenses to date
Serving as Clerk of the Vestry
Actual total expenses to date
Nancy Jones, Outreach Commission, Choir Marcia McCleary, Human Resources Committee, Choir
Nan Walker, Finance Committee
Serving as Treasurer Marcia Jeiroudi
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Dear Friends, As you have seen advertised in Along the King’s Highway and heard in my convention address, The Reverend Eric Law will be our conference leader for Sharing our Story, on January 14, 2012. From 9:30 a.m. - 3:00 p.m. Eric will assist us in becoming more aware of our spiritual and ecclesial story, sharing what we have with others, so that it may empower them to discover their faith life with God.This is a wonderful opportunity to discover together the riches of our personal heritage in culture and experience, acquiring some new skills in sharing our faith in Jesus Christ. When I think of what it is we have to give out of our own story of discovering the transformative power of faith in Jesus, I remember Peter’s story, and the first time he said, “I can give you what
I have” in Acts 3, the story of the healing of the lame man at the Beautiful Gate. What a powerful moment not only for the lame man, but for Peter, who now was so confident in his faith, he could give it away, and through him, God healed this man. Our story has such power, and my prayer for our day with Eric is that we will better learn how ‘to give away what we have.’ I hope you will join me so that we can continue to share the good news of Jesus far and wide. As always, we encourage you to bring teams from your congregations so that you may share the experience together. May you continue to be blessed with hope and eager anticipation this Advent season, longing for the coming of Christ! +Mary
You’re invited to
A DICKENSIAN DINNER TO INAUGURATE
OUR 1912-2012 CENTENNIAL YEAR
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All SAintS’ epiScopAl CHURCH 9TH AVENUE & DOLORES STREET CARMEL BY THE SEA, CA RESERVATIONS, A MUST! SPACE LIMITED. CALL 624-3883
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Nathanael has spent a life in music as a performer and as an educator. He studied with pianist and teacher Barbara Ruzicka for seven years, and went on to study music at Indiana University with renowned pianist Luba Edlina Dubinsky of the Borodin Trio. As a composer he has been commissioned by many well-established groups, such as the Carmel Bach Festival, I Cantori di Carmel, Camerata Singers, Hidden Valley Institute of the Arts, and the Bloomington Symphony. His work "Kyrie eleison" was performed by the choral group I Cantori in Coratia, Sicily and Italy. Mr. Pangrazio has composed works for television and film, including a fulllength documentary for PBS and some commercials for NBC. He was recently nominated for an Emmy award in the category of documentary score. Buy tickets by calling the church 831-624-3883 or online: http://goo.gl/Ru9fy. Learn more about Nathanael Pangrazio at http://www.nathanaelpangrazio.com/.
All Saints’ Episcopal Parish www.allsaintscarmel.org. email@example.com Office Hours: Monday—Thursday 9:00 a.m–4:00 p.m. and Friday 9:00 a.m.-noon All Saints’ Episcopal Church
All Saints’ Episcopal Day School
Epiphany Lutheran & Episcopal Church
Santa Lucia Chapel & Campground, Big Sur
Ninth and Dolores PO Box 1296 Carmel, CA 93921
8060 Carmel Valley Road Carmel, CA 93923
425 Carmel Avenue Marina, CA 93933
PO Box 1296 Carmel, CA 93921
Phone: 831-624-3883 Fax: 831-624-1459 www.allsaintscarmel.org
PARISH LEADERSHIP Clergy
Commission Chairs and Ministry Leaders
Rector The Rev. Richard Matters
Senor Warden Ed Fincke (2013)
Deacon The Ven. James Booth
Junior Warden LeAnn Keaton (2011)
Missioner—Epiphany Church, Marina The Rev. Jon Perez
Deacon The Rev. Joan Anderson Priests associated with All Saints’ The Rev. Holly Hudson-Louis
Parish Staff Gardener Pedro Cabrera Campground Caretaker Duane Fissell
Allan Groves Nancy Jones
Marcia McCleary Mike Carter
Treasurer Mike Raggett Clerk Marcia Jeiroudi
Committees the Vestry
Sexton Raul Garcia
Buildings & Grounds Mike Carter
Youth Leader Robin Denney
Finance Nan Walker
Nursery Maria Medina
Human Resources Marcia McCleary
Director of Music Dr. Todd Samra Bookkeeper Lin Sponsler Parish Administrator Greg Troxell Organist Richard Wilson
Strategic Planning Ed Fincke Associated Organizations Foundation Trust Fund Al Alvarez
Altar Flowers Mila Murphy
Altar Guild Coordinator Valerie Warren
Festival of Christian Spirituality The Rev. Rick Matters
Acolytes Deanna Jerauld
Wednesday Bible Study Greg Troxell
Band Alan McEwen
Sunday Morning Adult Bible Study The Rev. Rick Matters
Drama Troupe Nancy Bernherd
Eucharistic Ministers Parker Hornbeck
Ministry Discernment Greg Troxell
Liturgical Arts Susan Britton
2012 Pledge Team Nan Walker
Usher Captains Bill Mattmiller & Mike Raggett
Endowment Ministry Allan Groves
Wedding Coordinator Diane Ellis
Outreach Food Pantry Rosemary Smith
Prayer Team Izzi Shillinglaw
I-Help Hans Lehmann Aliceon Jones
Eucharistic Visitors The Rev. Rick Matters
Santa Lucia Campground Jim & Izzi Shillinglaw
Welcoming & Newcomers Bonnie Bufkin
St. Patrick’s, Haiti Rosemary Smith
Memorial Teas Gwynn Romano
Epiphany Church, Marina The Rev. Joan Anderson
Book Club Kathy Nielsen
All Saints’ Day School Dennis Sharp
Discipleship The Friends of St. Benedict Bill Reed Godly Play Tracy Haack Seasons of the Spirit Wanda Green & Amy Buchanan
Administrative Assistance Graphic Design Rodney Warren Parish Office Volunteers Marcia Jeiroudi Jim Shillinglaw Izzi Shillinglaw
Small Groups Greg Troxell
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All Saints’ Mission:
Disciples Glorifying Christ and Serving Others
All Saints’ Vision:
By God’s grace and mandate, our future honors and carries forward the sacred heritage of All Saints’ Parish. We are called to be a diverse community filled with vitality and enthusiasm that celebrates together around the wellspring of Holy Communion, in order to be refreshed and equipped by the Holy Spirit. Living God’s future today, we attract more and more people of all ages into our fellowship of love and Christian formation. From this place we send forth members and establish missions that glorify Christ, serve others, and offer God’s hope to the world. Phone: (831) 624-3883
Web Site: www.allsaintscarmel.org
VALENTINE’S DAY AT ALL SAINTS’ SUNDAY, FEBRUARY 12, AT 5:30PM This is my commandment: that you love one another as I have loved you. — John 15: 12
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