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What’s New @ All Angels’ Church

Movie Time “Red, White and Blue” on June 17th at 6:30PM

Movie time again! Join me, Seth T, as I go watch Red, White and Blue at Lincoln Center (70 Lincoln Center Plaza #4, New York, NY 10023) Thursday, June 17th, at 6:30PM. Tickets are 15$ for the general public, with a number of discounts available.

Here is a description from the Venue: “John Boyega plays real-life figure Leroy Logan, a member of the London Metropolitan Police Force who both witnessed and experienced firsthand the organization’s fundamental racism. Set in the ’80s, [Steve] McQueen’s film captures Logan’s growing awareness of a system that he would one day try to dismantle from the inside, while also centering on his relationship with his father, a victim of white police brutality who initially refuses to accept his son’s decision to enter law enforcement.”

The website to buy tickets: www.filmlinc.org. Buy them quickly! They can sell out! Afterwards we will go grab some refreshments and chat at nearby Rosa Mexicano. Email me at setht@allangelschurch.com if you plan on coming, thanks!

"Candid in May" at Morpeth Contemporary | Extended through June 13

Mako Fujimura’s solo exhibition “Candid in May” at Morpeth Contemporary in Hopewell, NJ (near Princeton) has been extended through June 13. The show features a number of small works that are rarely available in other exhibits.

Read more here: https://www.morpethcontemporary.com/exhibitions

Invitation to Morning Prayer this Summer

We will continue to offer our daily morning prayer times that you can join through August 27 — Monday-Friday 7:15-7:45am. The liturgy is from the Book of Common Prayer, but a BCP is not necessary to join. It is a great way to start your day! Zoom link here (passcode = prayer), please consider stopping by!

Praying for the Search Committee

Calling All Angels, to call on all angels, in this season of searching.

Please pray for our search committee who are dedicating time and energy in their service. Please pray for protection from the evil one. Please pray for the gifts of wisdom and discernment. Please pray for harmony and unity. Please pray for their families and work to be trouble free. Please pray as you are called and led in the Spirit. Amen.

Songs I Sing In Waiting Revisited

On Pentecost Sunday three years ago, All Angels’ was host to the premier of Songs I Sing In Waiting, an art song cycle focused on one woman’s experience of miscarriage and infertility. With Mothers Day in recent view, we’ve made the recording available on our website along with a personal reflection from musician Lana Norris who commissioned the work. Visit www.allangelschurch.com/waiting2018.

Summer 2021 Camperships Available

Day camps AND sleep-away camps are covered by Farm Camperships! In newly updated guidelines, the All Angels’ Farm is making campership availability extend to day camps. All Angels’ members may apply here.

Continuing @ All Angels’ Church

Healing Prayer during Sunday Worship

With the assistance of highly qualified youth to provide tech support, we will provide Healing prayer beginning at the prayers of the people and going through the end of the service for those who would like to be prayed for by someone on our team. Please join the Prayer Zoom room! You will be sent to a “waiting space” before transitioning to a private breakout room with one of our prayer ministers. These will be brief times, similar in length to what we usually do during the Eucharist when we were in in-person worship.

In Response to Asian American and Pacific Islander (AAPI) Hate

As All Angels’ leadership, we grieve and denounce the subtle discriminations, inequitable structures and overt violence that exists in our culture based on skin color. Given the spike in violence this year targeting Asians and Asian Americans, we want to acknowledge and support our sisters and brothers who bear the brunt of this evil. Please read more about what we’re doing and how you can get involved at this link here.

Meal Ministry

Meal Ministry is a helpful, easy way to serve our community. Homemade meals are of course welcome, but delivery works too if you live far away or don’t cook. 

We also always need more volunteers! You will get a link to a new registry as needs arise. Please add your name to the registry by emailing kerry.salvatierra@gmail.com. If interested in getting served meals, feel free to email Kerry as well, thank you.

Psalm 91 Funds Still Available

For those needing financial relief in the midst of this pandemic, there are still funds available in our Psalm 91 benevolence fund. We encourage you to reach out. These funds are here to help.

You can apply for assistance by filling out this form and emailing it to relief@allangelschurch.com.