Current News at All Saints'

Do you have a graduate you’re proud of?—Send their name and the school that they are graduating from to the church office ( or 301-663-5625) for recognition on Graduate Sunday, June 9. We'll need your submission by noon on Monday, June 3.

Celebrating Carroll's Ministry—Our beloved music director Carroll Howe is retiring after 33 years of dedicated service at All Saints’. Join us on June 2 as we raise our voices in song and gratitude for Carroll’s robust ministry among us. We'll have a COMBINED service at 10 a.m., and a celebration at 11:30 a.m. If you’d like to contribute to a purse for Carroll, mail your donations by May 26, marked "Carroll's Purse" in the memo.

Summer Schedule Begins June 9—Starting on June 9, we'll worship at 8 am, 10 am, and 6 pm for the summer! We'll loosely alternate worship spaces for the 10 am service as follows: June 9 - June 23 : 10am Historic Church June 30 (Camp Sunday)- July 28: 10am Great Hall August 4-25: 10am Historic Church Sep 1: 10am Great Hall Sept 8: Program Year Schedule resumes

All Saints' Book Sale—It’s time to get ready for Summer-time activities, and at All Saints’ that means clearing your shelves of old books to make space for new ones. Donate books, CDs, DVDs, albums, etc. to the All Saints’ Book Sale held July 25-28. Bring donations to the Patrick Street Foyer and leave in the cabinet on the left. If you have too many boxes of books to bring yourself, call the church office to arrange for pick up by a volunteer. Pick-ups are usually scheduled for early Tuesday morning.

Looking for prizes, artisans, and crafters!—St. Mary's 14th Annual Holiday Gifts and Greens Sale may be 7 months away, but we have already begun planning for this event. If you own a business or know of a business that would be interested in donating a prize for our raffle, please contact Marty Young at 301-639-0248 or or Nancy Franck, 301-845-6661, Also, we are adding an addition to this year’s sale. We are opening our Parish Hall for booths. We are seeking a wide variety of quality, family friendly crafters, artisans and vendors. We are especially interested in Christmas and holiday-themed items. If you are interested or know someone who might be interested in being considered as a vendor, please contact Dan Lajewski, 301-667-0536 or ; or Sandy Dunning 978-806-7894,


St. Mary's Chapter—will hold its final luncheon and meeting of the program year on Monday, June 3 at noon in the Parish Hall. We will be having our annual "indoor picnic" with fried chicken and all the trimmings, so bring your appetites! Because of a scheduling problem, Lisa Phillips, daughter of the late Ann and Bill Phillips, was unable to be with us in March, but she will join us to speak about her parents' business, Creative Carvings. If you have any of Ann and Bill's pins or lighthouse carvings, please bring them along to show and share.