"Every generous act of giving, with every perfect gift, is from above . . ." James 1:17, NRSV Every message about our pledge campaign begins with Gratitude, and I am so very grateful for all the ways that our parishioners met the challenges of this year, and found ways to share a community of love and
All Saints will celebrate Dia de los Muertos on November 2nd. The courtyard will be open to prepare altars at 5, a bilingual liturgy will be at 7 and traditional foods will be available after the service.
On October 12 at 9 in the morning the Just One Project will be distributing bags of food to the needy in the neighborhood. If you would like to Volunteer to help, please arrive at the church at 8 am.
Tickets $10 or $20 for a family. Early registration includes 5 free raffle tickets. Tithe.ly Event Registration Volunteers needed- • Hanging Lights Call the office (702) 878-2373 • Set-up – 4:00pm on October 2nd. • Gate/Ticket Sales - 5 until Raffle • Kitchen Help - 5 until food service is completed • Clean-up - After
All Saints in partnership with the American Foundation of Suicide Prevention Nevada and Fuente de Vida Mental Health Services will present a Suicide Prevention Workshop on September 29th at 6:30 PM. There will be presentations in Spanish (Adults) and English (Teenagers). For more information Contact AFSP Nevada at email@example.com or (702) 726-0373.
Advanced tickets for OctoberFiesta, October 2, 2021, are now available online. Individual tickets are $10 and $20 for families. Your advance purchase includes 5 free raffle tickets. Your advance ticket purchases help us to plan and purchase food and supplies. Purchase your tickets here. We are looking forward to seeing you on the 2nd
Saturday, August 28, at 10am at St. Timothy's in Henderson (43 W Pacific St, Henderson, NV). This meeting is for all Delegates going to the Diocesan convention. This Saturday, there will be a review of the Diocesan Budget and there will be an election from our Mission District to the Standing Committee. If you need
"May you live in interesting times." According to tradition this is a Chinese curse, though there is no factual basis for this. None the less, we have been cursed with interesting times. We have drought, forest fires, increasingly powerful hurricanes and typhoons brought on by climate change. We are struggling with a global pandemic.