Slideshow from Art Week 2018

What is Art Week? Facts about this year’s Art Week: 

WHEN: July 30-August 3 5:307:30 each day. Who: Children ages 5-10. Parents are always welcome to participate as much as they would like.

What:

  • A shared meal
  • A biblical theme that is explored from various angles throughout the week
  • Musical worship that helps connect our hearts and minds to the theme through poetry and music
  • Art that allows children to continue to experience, explore, and express the week’s theme in an open end and playful process.

Ordination to the Sacred Order of Deacons – Jim Hearn

By the Grace of God

The Right Reverend Dr. M. Keith Andrews
Bishop of the Diocese of Western Anglicans Anglican Church
in North America

will ordain

James Donald Hearn

to the Sacred Order of Deacons
in Christ’s one, holy, catholic and apostolic Church

on Monday, the sixth of August
in the year of our Lord two thousand eighteen
at seven o’clock in the evening at

All Saints Cathedral
346 Termino Avenue
Long Beach, CA 90814

The honor of your presence is requested, and your prayers are desired as the day approaches. Reception with refreshments to follow – RSVP to shira.hearn@gmail.com

Presbyters in procession: cassock, surplice and tippet
Deacons in procession: cassock, surplice and tippet
Sanctuary Clergy: alb and red stole

Good Friday 5:15 Returns Lent 2019–Help Needed!

Good Friday 5:15 PM LogoStaff Positions available – updated

Greetings Family of All Saints! In case you haven’t heard, it is time to begin planning for the next Good Friday At 5:15PM performance outreach ministry event. With the LORD’S blessing we hope to put it on during the last three weekends of Lent, all Friday and Saturday evenings in 2019:
March 29 and 30
April 5 and 6
April 12 and 13

We say, “with the LORD’S blessing” because it is entirely up to Him if the ministry happens next Lent or not. How will we know? Simple: if everyone steps up and volunteers to help put it on, God will provide everything we need when we need it-and that is exactly what happened the first time All Saints put on Good Friday At 5:15PM.

It begins with putting together a staff. This is not the people performing in the shows (unless, of course they want to). Rather it is a series of key positions filled by volunteers who want to take part in organizing, promoting, and putting on the performances. Here is a list of those positions with an explanation of the job duties required.

  • Prayer Teams – people to pray for this production as an outreach tool-starting now and all the way to and through the performances. We want to impact as many people as we can this time around and you can do this on your own-right now from your home!
  • Grounds Person – is responsible for the church and the surrounding property; has keys and the authority to deal with any security problems or issues that might arise. Handles any permits and is the primary liaison between All Saints Anglican Cathedral Long Beach, and the immediate neighborhood. Works closely with the director and oversees the entire production.
  • Wardrobe Person – since we already have all the costumes, this person would be responsible for taking the performers’ measurements and making any non-permanent alterations to the costumes. This individual would work closely with the director, stage managers and performers to ensure the costumes are organized and made ready for the performances. Should the need arise for a few more costumes, this person would oversee organizing sewing parties to make them.
  • Director – works with the performers and sets schedules for rehearsals and performances. This job is perhaps the toughest of all since each year we perform Good Friday At 5:15 PM, the Director is essentially the only staff member starting from scratch every time. This person is key and integral to getting stage managers, auditioning the performers, assigning parts, scheduling rehearsals as well as assisting with coordinating the entire production.
  • Hospitality Coordinator – people who greet visitors with coffee and light refreshments before and after they make their journey into Jerusalem. The Hospitality Coordinator is in charge of organizing volunteers to be greeters, menu planning for snacks, and any assistance in dealing with the visiting public.
  • Advertising and Public Relations Person – responsible for relationships with the community and the surrounding neighborhood. Handles all advertising to promote Good Friday 5:15 PM as well as any correspondence. This includes website(s), local newspapers, and, if it arises, radio and television spots.
  • Financial Officer – responsible for all fund-raising and keeping track of all expenditures.
  • Set Design Person – responsible for building the set of Jerusalem. The primary construction of the set is done. This individual will organize work crews, the moving of the set of the set out of storage, assembling it, as well as clearing schedules with the church office and setting construction dates. The Set Design Person would also be responsible for any repairs or changes to the set, in addition to dismantling it afterward, marking it and storing it for use the next time around.
  • Props Manager – responsible for organizing all the props for each performance. The Props Manager sees to the numbering, care and placement of the props at the beginning of each performance and their return at the end.
  • Animal Coordinator – while we did not have any animals at the first production of Good Friday At 5:15 PM, we would-for the sake of realism-like to acquire a few sheep or goats this time around. The Animal Coordinator would be responsible for acquiring and caring for the animals used during the production. This includes seeing that they are fed and properly cared for as well as any clean-up that may be needed during the production. Most likely this position will involve finding outside professionals capable of providing this service.
  • Security Chief – responsible for any problems that arise during the production requiring the removal of person or persons from the church grounds during the performance. Works closely with the Grounds Person in securing the facilities before, during and after performances.

*All these positions may require additional support from other individuals volunteering to help. As such, the people in these positions are responsible for selecting and working with any additional volunteers.

World Missions Sunday–This Sunday February 19

World Missions Sunday Image

This Sunday, February 19

“In that day you will say: ‘Give praise to the Lord, proclaim his name; make known among the nations what he has done, and proclaim that his name is exalted.’” Isaiah 12:4 ESV

Archbishop Foley Beach and the ACNA have designated Sunday, February 19 as World Missions Sunday: to show how we’re helping to make known what God has done for the world through Jesus Christ, and what he is currently doing locally and around the globe. Our services and discipleship hour will focus on this theme.

9:00 am Adult Discipleship Hour:
Our missionary and friend, Fr. Charles, will speak with us about “Developing a Heart for the People Jesus Loves.” Our brother and friend, David Thornburg, will speak about “God’s Passion for the World,” based on a talk by Gary Haugen of Anglican Global Missions Partners. All are welcome.

GAFCON Invitation

Global Anglican Future Conference

GAFCON Logo

Saturday, March 4
3:00 pm
St. James Church in Costa Mesa

Sunday, March 5
here at All Saints
7:30 & 10:00 am services and
9:00 am Adult Discipleship Hour

The GAFCON movement began in 2008 and has grown to include over 38 nations and 27 Provinces of the Anglican Communion. We are privileged to soon have two key GAFCON leaders visit Southern California:

The Most Rev. Dr. Peter Jensen
General Secretary of GAFCON and the Retired Archbishop of Sydney, Australia

The Most Rev. Peter J. Akinola
Founding Father of GAFCON and former Primate of the Church of Nigeria

On Saturday, March 4, come to St. James Church, Costa Mesa and hear from these two leaders the importance of GAFCON in the Anglican world, how the ACNA fits into the larger Anglican Communion, how GAFCON has provided spiritual leadership to us, and how to remain orthodox while staying in the Anglican Communion. If attending, please email dawn@allsaintslb.com or sign up on the kiosk at church.

On Sunday, March 5, Ab Peter Jensen will be at All Saints, preaching at both services, and speaking at the Adult Discipleship Hour with time for Q&A.

Everyone is invited and encouraged to attend.

All Saints Art Week 2.0 is Coming!

All Saints Art Week 2.0 (VBS)
July 11-15
5:30-7:45PM Monday through Friday
For ages 5-10
Monday-Thursday: Arts and Bible exposure, and art making
Friday: Gallery Reception showcasing the children’s artwork
For more information, email John Calley at john@allsaintslb.com