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From whatever tradition you come,
or from none,
All Saints' welcomes you!
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All Saint's Episcopal Church in Virginia Beach, Virginia is a member of the worldwide Anglican Communion.
Worship has been offered to God at
All Saints' for over 30 years. 
We invite you to join us and share in this living tradition.
Christmas Mart - Saturday, November 11th, 2017, 9:00 AM to 3:00 PM
All Saints' Episcopal Church
1969 Woodside Lane, Virginia Beach, VA 23454
Questions?-Call (757) 481-0577

Market features vendors and crafters selling holiday gifts and décor.
The church will host a holiday merchandise table (new and lightly used holiday décor, jewelry and crafts).  
There will be a baked goods table, silent auction, raffle and food.
Limited vendor/crafter space available on a first come basis.

All Saints' Episcopal Church 50th Anniversary (1967-2017)
Celebrations Continue
December TBA - Sacred Music Organ and Piano Recital by Sharon and Scott Foxwel
Jan's Bible Study Group
Exploring Roots of Religion-36 Lectures-DVD-Prof. John Hale
Beginning with Neanderthals, shamans, mother goddess, megaliths and proceeding through Sumeria, China, Petra, Druids and Vikings, this is a sweeping overview of early religious behavior from all over the world: Peru, Scandinavia, Egypt, Greece, Mexico, North America’s indigenous peoples, Stonehenge, Zoroasterism in Iran, Easter Island, Rome, India and more, with a summation of faiths lost and found. Fascinating!
This is religion, history, archaeology and philosophy all rolled into one. How did the great religions of the world begin and how have they morphed and survived? What other religions came before and why did they die out? How did certain cultures create and affect their religious beliefs?
All shall be answered as we enter the very broad topic of Roots of Religion.
Friends who are interested are cordially invited! 
We begin on September 13, 10:00 am in the library.
Art Group Resumes
Study of “30 Masterpieces of the Ancient World” Resumes
Here are the particulars: 
  • we begin Thursday, September 14
  • 7:00 pm at Jan Kibler’s home—2505 Shepherds Lane 23454
  • our first lecture is about the famous Greek sculpture “Aphrodite of Knidos” by Praxiteles
  • a calendar for fall will be ready and available for group amendment.
    We are a little more than halfway through this course at this point with 17 lectures to go.
    All are welcome. Qs? Email Jan at jjkibler.47@verizon.net or call 481-2690
All Saints" Golf Tournament September 26, 2017
We are planning All Saints' 5th annual golf tournament scheduled at Heron's Ridge Golf Course. Please plan on joining us for a fun filled afternoon of golf and fellowship. We need your participation in the tournament and aid in obtaining sponsors for this year's event to ensure its continued success. If you would like either committee or find out ways that you can contribute to this year's tournament success, please contact Lou Paulson at 481-2002 (home), or 481- 6600 (office).
Day School & Amazon Smile
Most of us purchase from Amazon on a regular basis' especially if we have Amazon Prime! We are reminding you to shop at smile.amazon.com in order to increase Amazon's cash donations for All Saints' Episcopal Church Day School. If you haven't registered our school through AmazonSmile, just click on this link http://smile.amazon.com/ch/54-0849675 and get going. This does not affect your AmazonPrime status, and we get .05% of what you spend on eligible items. We'd love it if you ALWAYS begin your Amazon shopping by logging into smile.amazon.com.
Once All Saints' Episcopal Church Day School is your designated charity, it will always automatically pop up when you log in. You must use this designation exactly as it is printed here in bold as there are many All Saints' Day Schools across the nation.
Are You Looking for a Preschool?
Look no further!  All Saints’ hosts a NATO-friendly, half day preschool September through May and has since 1969! Our European, play-based model program is developmentally appropriate for preschool aged children from 2 through kindergarten age. Our five-day Kindergarten Prep program is not only a perfect preparation for Kindergarten, it can also serve as a terrific setting for your age-eligible kindergartener who might not be socially or academically ready for public school Kindergarten just yet. Some children need that extra year! This year we’re adding a Kindergarten Enrichment Program. John B. Dey Kindergarteners come to us in the morning, participate in an enriched kindergarten experience, eat their lunch from home, and board the bus to afternoon kindergarten regardless of the session for which their household is zoned.Two and three-year olds can opt for 2, 3 or five days a week in accordance with your preference and your child’s needs.
Check us out on facebook (All Saints’ Day School), or visit our website at
www.allsaintsdayschoolvb.com. You can also stop by the bulletin board near the red water fountain to read a newsletter, meet the staff, or browse through our activities. Want a tour and more details? Contact our Director, Dianne Islev-Petersen at 481-0577 (ext.2) or E-mail her at allsaintsdayschool@gmail.com.
Recycling Old Batteries
As part of its process in becoming a Pearl School through Lynnhaven River NOW, the Day School is collecting dead batteries. Any battery will do; even those that do not fit in our container on the stand outside the Day School Office. Used batteries MAY NOT be disposed of through your garbage can or re-cycling bin as they need special handling. There are drop-off centers located within our city, but wouldn't it be easier to simply drop them off here at All Saints'? The Day School thanks you for supporting its efforts!
Full Circle Meals
For a number of Years All Saints’ has participated in the Full Circle Meals Program through ACCESS.Based in Norfolk, ACCESS is AIDS Care for Education and Support Services. Its mission is “to promote the dignity and wellness of adults, families, youth and children impacted by HIV/AIDS through quality support and prevention services so they may live healthy lives.”
Are You Expecting a new arrival in your family?
Please remember to let the church office know when your bundle of joy arrives.  As a parish, we would like to share your delight and commemorate the gift of new life by placing a rose bud on the font in honor of your newest family member.  Mary, or her answering machine, will take your information any time of the day or night at 481-0577.  So add us to the list of “must calls” tucked away in your hospital bag or adoption folder.