The Altar Guild prepares the Altar for Saturday and Sunday services and for special services such as funerals, weddings and baptisms. Members arrange flowers, and maintain altar linens. We welcome anyone interested in this ministry. Choose your own schedule.
The Bazaar Committee works throughout the year fundraising and making crafts to be sold at the annual Christmas Bazaar in December . You’re welcome to join us during summer for easy craft projects. Attend our informal meetings during the year to see how you can help. All proceeds are dedicated to the restoration of the church.
Lion Pack 252 (Kindergarten age) meet Wednesdays at 7 p.m.
Cub Pack (ages 6-10, 1st thru 5th grades) meet Wednesdays at 7 p.m.
Troop 252 (ages 11-17, 6th grade and up) meet Tuesdays at 7 p.m.
Stephanie Giel (Cub Pack) 215-837-7530 firstname.lastname@example.org
Mark Davis (Boy Scouts) 215-534-1072 email@example.com
Cemetery & Memorial
This committee oversees issues pertaining to our cemetery and Memorial Garden including grounds maintenance, and burial recordkeeping. We work closely with the families to help make arrangements for burials.
All children, those of regular members or visitors, are welcome at the classes of the All Saints Sunday School which meets during the 10:00 a.m service (from 10:00-11:00).
Communications & Marketing
All facets of communication and advertising fall under this umbrella, including Facebook, advertising and outdoor signage.
Committee Members: Alan Martin, Lisa Burke, Debbie Klak, Colleen Dooley, Stacey Carmody, Vicki Gorbe
Episcopal Church Women
The purpose of the Episcopal Church Women (ECW) shall be to carry out the ministry of Worship, Mission, Fellowship and Advocacy in the Episcopal Church.
All women who attend All Saints’ Church, by virtue of their baptism, are members of the ECW.
ECW meets on the second Wednesday of each month (January – December) excluding July and August. The group hosts a Christmas and Spring Luncheon on our regular meeting days in December and June. All women are welcome to attend these luncheons.
When you see our Outreach activities at All Saints’ what we hope becomes apparent is our attempt to share our good fortune locally, nationally and globally. You may also notice that our outreach is both ‘elbow-grease’ and ‘checkbook’. We seek a healthy balance of both.
All Saints’ Church is enveloped by a geographical portion of Philadelphia which includes both poverty and affluence. The needs of the impoverished go without saying and there are more hands held out than we can touch.