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Fellowship with each other is not only an enjoyable way to get to know each other, but it is an important part of building a community where we can grow by learning and sharing our faith with each other. The work of this ministry team is to support and encourage the various groups and activities of our parish. This team also helps to coordinate and schedule our many activities throughout the year.
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Gourmet Night is a night full of wonderful tastes and smells. A group of parishioners gather in our kitchens to prepare a gourmet meal, which is made available to the entire parish. Advance reservations are necessary. There is a cost involved for each person attending and a family cap as well. Specifics about the menu and cost are listed in the monthly newsletter Saints Alive! and in weekly bulletins prior to the event. Volunteers are needed and welcome to join the set-up and clean-up crews. Click here to view the menu and make reservations.
Diners Out is a ‘come-all’ group, which enjoys meals at an array of restaurants throughout the Frederick area. It is “Dutch treat” and a fun evening with fellow parishioners. Reservations are necessary to accommodate our group, so call the number listed in the Saints Alive! or the Sunday Bulletins to reserve your place.
Home Fellowship Groups
Home Fellowship Groups have long been the backbone of parish life in churches both large and small. The opportunity for spiritual growth and fellowship in a small group setting is invaluable. Beginning in October, folks will have the opportunity to join home fellowship groups. Each group will have a host, a facilitator and someone to care for the children. If you are interested, please contact the church office.
The All Saints’ Men’s Group provides access to men’s ministry. Our time spent together in worship is primary. To that end, we sponsor a monthly breakfast focusing on prayer, praise and an inspirational message. In addition, friendships and community are built by our time spent together in fellowship. We sponsor diverse semi-monthly social events (Valentine’s Date Night, All Saints’ Open, Mother’s Day Brunch, Father / Daughter Dance). We have also completed numerous projects for Rebuilding Together (10 years), Hearts and Hands, Advocates for Homeless Families, and Trinity School as well as many home improvement projects for members of the congregation.
Women's Sharing Group
Sharing group has long been a tradition at All Saints’ Church. We are a group of women who yearn to be at peace. Sharing Group gives a sense of serenity to those of us who attend. Meetings start with coffee and a group prayer. We pray about things that weigh heavily on our hearts or on the hearts of those close to us. Then we share our every day struggles and inevitably the scripture always has a beautiful answer for us.
St. Mary's Chapter
St. Mary’s Chapter was organized in 1886 to help the rector in parish work. The membership of men and women today raises money to help support special projects for the physical plant of the church and provides financial support to groups both inside and outside the church. The group enjoys fellowship and excellent programs at their monthly luncheons.
Meets once a month on Friday evenings.