Weekly Worship and Fellowship Opportunities:
Sundays: Morning Worship at 10:00 a.m.
Mondays: Sung Compline at 9:00 p.m.
Wednesdays: Evening Prayer at 6:30 p.m.
Monday through Thursday, there is a morning YouTube reflection by the rector. Subscribe @allsaintshoboken.
Liturgies and connection information are found here.
Families with school-age children! Would you like to receive a weekly email with direct links to Sunday School materials, short children’s sermons, and a song to sing? If so, please sign up here.
All Saints Night at the Hoboken Shelter: November 19 is the 3rd Thursday of the month, which is our night at the shelter. The process for volunteering in the kitchen has been changed to accommodate safety and distancing protocols. There will be two shifts: 3:00-5:00 pm and 5:00-7:00 pm. You must sign up in advance so that the Shelter will know who is expected and won’t accept additional volunteers beyond a limit of four per session. Contact the parish office if you can volunteer for one of the shifts on November 19.
Hoboken Clergy Coalition Community Thanksgiving Service: Sunday, November 22, at 4:00 p.m. on the Hoboken Clergy Coalition Facebook Page. All are invited to join in this community celebration.
Advent is coming, and we are planning a three-part book study on Presiding Bishop Michael Curry’s latest, Love is the Way: Holding onto Hope in Troubling Times. You have plenty of time to pick up a copy and get started reading before session one on November 29 at 5:30pm. Sign up here.
Don’t forget to continue your pledging and contributions even as you make or renew a pledge for 2021! You may do so via PayPal or in person or by bank check mailed to 701 Washington Street.
Are you shut-in or health compromised? If you are unable, for whatever reason, to get out for groceries or other needed supplies, we have people who would be willing to add your items to their shopping. Contact the parish office if this is something you need: 201-792-3563 or email@example.com
Meeting Community Needs:
Hoboken Shelter: Current needs are: CASH donations, prepared sandwiches, latex gloves, bleach, breakfast cereal, coffee, and individual packets of sugar, salt, and pepper. There is also an Amazon wish list so that your items can be delivered directly to the shelter at 300 Bloomfield Street.
The Jubilee Center: The Jubilee Center Board of Trustees continues to negotiate the future of the building and to plan programming for 2021. Your continued generosity is appreciated.
In Jesus’s Name Charities: There is always a shortage of emergency food supplies. You may shop online for exactly what is most needed or you may send a check to them at 411 Clinton Street, Hoboken. Since the grounds of Our Lady of Grace are closed, there is currently no in-person drop-off.
Lunchtime Ministry and Streat-ery at SMT: Many of the same people who utilize shelter services also come to St. Matthew Trinity’s Lunchtime Ministry, now providing take-away lunches and coffee. Open Monday-Thursday from 8:00 a.m. – noon, they are in need of ready-made sandwiches, pop-top canned soups, granola bars, and boxed juices. Monetary contributions may be made here, noting Lunchtime Ministry.
DJ’s Free Market: Do Your Little Bit of Good Each Week! Ongoing needs include non-perishable food, toiletries, and gently used baby/kid items. Our current initiatives: Winter Warm Up Coat Drive and Home Furnishings for The Lighthouse! A representative from DJ’s is present in front of the church every Wednesday from 8:00-8:30 to receive your items. Contact Audrey Truschke firstname.lastname@example.org) or DJ’s (email@example.com) with questions.
And for All Saints:
You can affirm the unity and vitality of the Church in this time of crisis:
- Please prayerfully consider making, renewing, or increasing your pledge to the life and ministry of this parish in the coming year;
- If you are a pledger (or a regular non-pledge giver), and you are in the habit of making gifts during services, you can make those contributions electronically here or by mail.
- If the current economic disruption threatens your income or livelihood, be assured that your pledge is not a debt, and that generosity can only be measured in terms of your personal circumstances. A decreased pledge does not necessarily equal decreased generosity.
- If you are in a position to increase your pledge, doing so in a time of crisis is a powerful sign of the mutual care to which all members of the Church are called.
- Please contact the church office (firstname.lastname@example.org)
with any questions about pledging or giving.