News and Notes

Weekly Worship and Fellowship Opportunities:

Sundays: Morning Worship at 10:00 a.m. See more information on the Worship page.

Mondays: Sung Compline at 7:30 p.m. on Zoom.

Wednesdays: Evening Prayer at 6:30 p.m. on Zoom.

Every Monday and Thursday, the rector offers a brief reflection, streamed on the All Saints YouTube channel.
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Liturgies and connection information are found here.


Important Staff changes for 2022: Bud Proctor has announced his retirement as our verger and property manager effective later in the spring. Don’t worry, he isn’t going anywhere! He hopes for more free time to spend with family and to be a “regular” worshipper.

Bud has faithfully carried out a wide variety of duties at All Saints, from organizing bread bakers to working with contractors repairing our buildings. We have plenty of time to plan an appropriate celebration of his service to All Saints, but in the meantime, we are asking for your help in finding a part-time property manager to oversee our five buildings and all that entails. If you know of someone who might be interested and who lives locally, preferably, please have them contact the parish office.


Confirmation is coming to All Saints! On May 14 at 10:00 a.m., Bishop Hughes will celebrate the rites of Confirmation, Reaffirmation, and Reception at All Saints, and we hope to have some of our members be a part of that (see “From the Rector” for more). If you are 8th grade or above (adults included) and want to explore these rites, please contact the Parish Office to register your interest ( The deadline is February 1!


Baptism date added: Since COVID prevented some of our families from having their children baptized last week, we have added an additional date between now and the Easter Vigil. We will now offer the sacrament of baptism on Sunday, February 13, 2021. If you are interested in baptism for yourself or your child on that or another date, please be in touch with the parish office.


Meeting Community Needs:

The Lighthouse of Union City: support this home for asylees with your monetary donations

Hoboken Shelter: ​​monetary donations, or donate paper plates and bowls, latex gloves, bleach, breakfast cereal, coffee, and individual packets of sugar, salt, and pepper, and paper napkins, or order from their Amazon wish list.

Hoboken Community Center Food Bank at 1301 Washington: donate diapers, wipes, formula, pet food, hygiene items, adult diapers, and sanitary supplies. Find more information here.

Welcome Home Jersey City is committed to providing educational, employment, and material support to refugees, asylees, and asylum-seekers in the Jersey City area. Go to their website to contribute, donate items, or volunteer.

In Jesus’s Name Charities: shop online for what is most needed or you may send a check to them at 411 Clinton Street, Hoboken.

Lunchtime Ministry at SMT: donate ready-made sandwiches, pop-top canned soups, socks, and bottled water. Monetary contributions may be made here, noting Lunchtime Ministry.

DJ’s Free Market: find a complete list here of needed items.


And for All Saints:

You can affirm the unity and vitality of the Church by making, renewing, or increasing your pledge to the life and ministry of this parish in 2022.

  • You may submit a printed pledge card or pledge online here.
  • 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.
  • Please contact the church office (office@allsaintshoboken.comwith any questions about pledging or giving.

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