Tuesday, November 2, 2010

All Saints Sunday @ All Saints Church

A Celebration of Life in the
Presence of Death
Sunday, November 7
7:30 a.m. (Chapel)
9 &; 11:15 a.m. Requiem Eucharist
1:00 p.m. Bilingual (Spanish-English) service

NOTE: Incense will be used at 9, 11:15am & 1pm
an “Incense-Free” zone will be available in the Guild Room at 9 & 11:15am

We celebrate the truth that this community, what we call the communion of saints stronger than death.
All Saints Sunday, is our parish feast day when we traditionally honor all who have died — those great martyrs of history who gave their lives to defend their faith in the risen Christ, as well as those we have personally known and loved, whom we hold close to our hearts and minds, especially those who are victims of cruelty, war and violence.

At all services our memorial book, containing the names of loved ones will be placed on the altar. You are invited to look in the memorial book for the name of the person you love.

At 9 & 11:15 a.n. Coventry Choir will offer Requiem by Herbert Howells, an intensely beautiful and moving six-movement a cappella work, poignant in its consolation of grief and simple in its message of hope. The retiring procession will be John Tavener’s Song for Athene an exquisite work imbued with deep spirituality and mysticism.

For more information visit our website our call 626.583.2710.

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