Dear friends and All Saints family,
Just a heads up that our Revealer newsletter will be released later than usual. You won’t receive it until after the Annual Congregational meeting that will take place on February 7th, 2021. We want to include the information on our new Church Council.Thank you for your patience and understating.

CHRISTMAS COOKIE SALE & MORE coming up to All Saints!


(Mark your calendar!)


The attempt is being made to make this year’s Christmas Cookie Sale, bigger and better than ever.  To do so, we need YOUR HELP!  We need more cookie bakers than ever before!  We will need packers, to pack the cookies on (Friday, December 11th from 4:00-6:00 P.M.) 

We need CHILI makers (4-6) for a chili-dump to be sold as “TO – GO ORDERS”

We need four individuals to decorate 4 wreaths for sale.  Thematic wreaths would be awesome!  We have the wreaths!  Let your artistic abilities flow…

We will also be selling little poinsettia plants on that day from CJ’s Flowers. 

We will also be selling other Christmas items…placemats, table runners…ornaments…trees…all kinds of Christmas items…

Now is the time to start looking for some “VINTAGE” Christmas items…new items gladly accepted…gently used items will be taken into consideration…

We are expanding…we are not just a CHRISTMAS COOKIE SALE any longer…

Advent Begins!

(Did you pick up an Advent coin box?)

Advent is a season of the liturgical year observed in many Christian churches as a time of expectant waiting and preparation for both the celebration of the Nativity of Jesus at Christmas and the return of Jesus at the Second Coming.

Advent is the beginning of the Western liturgical year.

The term “Advent” is also used in Eastern Orthodoxy for the 40-day Nativity Fast, which has practices different from those in the West.

Advent 2020…

begins Sunday, November 29

Can you say, “Happy New Year, everyone?”

Advent Sunday, also known as the First Sunday in Advent, is the first day of the Advent season in which Christians prepare for the celebration that commemorates the birth of Jesus Christ, Christmas. It is always on the fourth Sunday before Christmas Day and can fall as early as November 27 and as late as December 3.

It is uncertain as to when exactly the celebration of Advent was first introduced in the Christian church. Some sources say that Advent began on November 11 (St Martin’s Day) at some time in the fifth century in the form of a six-week fast leading to Christmas.