A S ’ Children

Episcopal Church & Day School
Youth &
6300 North Central Avenue, Phoenix AZ 85012 ▪ 602.279.5539
www.allsaints.org ▪ The Rev. Poulson Reed, Rector
Every Sunday for Children
The All Saints’ Nursery
Located in the north wing of the
church, the nursery is available for
infants through age four, from 8:30am
to 12:30pm on Sunday mornings.
Licensed and experienced caregivers are
committed to providing a safe, clean,
loving, and playful environment. The
Nursery is also available for parents
who need to use a diaper-changing
table or nurse a little one.
Children’s Chapel
Children's Chapel is offered every
Sunday for all children ages 4 and up
during the 9:00am service in the Holy
Innocents’ Chapel. Clergy and
volunteers help children explore the
meaning of the day’s Gospel lesson,
as well as share in prayers, singing, and
an offertory. Children return to the
sanctuary at the Peace to receive
communion with their families.
Parents are always welcome in
Children’s Chapel!
Children’s Corner and Sunday Papers
Sometimes children get a little restless
during the service, so parents may find
the Children’s Corner in the lobby of
the church helpful. This is a cozy and
comfortable area with quiet toys, books,
and coloring pages. Children may pick
up a children’s worship bulletin and a
small bag of crayons on the way into
the main church.
Sunday Mornings 10-10:45am
Each week, there are Sunday School
classes for children, and on the “Third
Sunday” of the month, the entire family
gets to join in the fun!
Godly Play
Preschool (age 4) through 1st grade
A careful telling of Bible stories in
which the storyteller uses simple
objects and figures to engage the
children’s imaginations. This is a
hands-on method of learning that
encourages children to use their
curiosity, and experience the mystery
and joy of God.
Weaving God’s Promises
2nd through 4th grade
A comprehensive, three-year
curriculum which has been developed
for The Episcopal Church. The
mission of this program is to teach
children how God’s promises of
salvation are woven into our lives and
to show children the way of Christ,
not only in the Church, but also in
the world.
Family Sunday School
For the entire family on the
“Third Sunday” of the month
The entire family comes to Sunday
School to learn together! Each session
starts with teaching time about the
day’s topic, then families move
around the room together to
different activities ranging from
crafts to devotions to use at home.
Special Children and Family Events
Throughout the Year
Blessing of the Backpacks
August 18, 2013
To celebrate and bless the beginning of a new school year, students,
preschool through high school, and teachers bring their backpacks or lunch
boxes to the 10am service for a blessing. We also collect new or gently used
backpacks and school supplies to donate to ICM Food and Clothing Bank.
Carols and Cocoa: An All Saints’ Family Sing-a-Long
December 19, 2013
We get into the spirit of Christmas and sing Christmas Carols outside in the
chilly December night air with family and friends. Hot chocolate and
cookies provided.
Christmas Eve Children’s Liturgy
December 24, 2013
Our 3:30pm Christmas Eve service is specifically geared toward children and
families. The All Saints’ Sunday School children prepare and present a
retelling of the Nativity Story. All children who attend the service are invited
to participate in the wonder of the birth of Christ and “star” in the Story!
Shrove Tuesday Pancake Supper
March 4, 2014
Our Annual Pancake Supper in Manning Hall is a big celebration before the
season of Lent. We have delicious pancakes, pancake races, and an Alleluia
Parade with the Day School Band.
Easter Egg Hunt
April 20, 2014
Following the 9:00am Outdoor Easter Eucharist, we have an Easter Egg
Hunt throughout the Day School campus for children in 3rd grade and
All Saints’ Kids for the Community
Vacation Bible School
This is our weeklong camp for children ages 6-12 years held during the
summer. Each day of the week we serve a different agency or organization
around the valley, which helps others in the community. Space is limited.
Registration in Spring.
Activities for Youth
Sunday Mornings 10-10:45am
This year, count on plenty of fun
with a great team of Mentors:
Youth56 for 5th and 6th graders
will meet in the school library, with
Mary Pat Honey, Robby Lacy, and
Brittney Wathey.
Youth78 for 7th and 8th graders
will meet in room 35 on the school
campus with John O’Connor, Scott
Wathey, and Rev. Licia. This is
where Preparation for Confirmation
happens, so be aware and call Rev.
Licia for more info about
Third Thursdays
ALSO as part of our all Youth
Programs we will all gather on the
THIRD THURSDAY of the month
from 6 to 8 pm for a meal, service
projects, and fun stuff. Stay tuned
for a monthly schedule.
High School Youth for 9th grade
and up, will gather only on Third
Thursday with Beth Carson and
Andrea Jimenez, and participate in
service projects on campus and
in the wider community.
The Acolyte Team
Youth Acolytes assist in worship on
Sundays by carrying the processional
cross, lighting and extinguishing
candles, carrying torches in the
procession, and assisting the deacon
or priest in the preparation of the
altar for communion. We will not
only serve on Sundays, but also
enjoy group activities, outings,
and projects throughout the year.
Watch for upcoming
announcements about the Acolyte
Team Training and fun activities.
Beth Carson and Andrea Jimenez
are the adult mentors of the Youth
Acolyte Program. If you are in
Grade 5 and up, and are interested
in getting involved, please email
Beth at [email protected]
The Episcopal Diocese of Arizona
Youth Events for 2013-2014
kick off with the Seventh Annual
Youth Dodgeball Event: Sunday,
September 15 from 3:00-7:00pm
held in the Carlozzi Gymnasium at
All Saints'. There is a $2 fee to cover
the meal. This event has grown to
over 200 students from churches
all over Arizona—including a live
worship band, pizza, and an
amazing dodgeball tournament.
More events are being organized
for the rest of the year.
Baptisms 2013-2014
There is one Body and one Spirit; There is one hope in God’s call to us;
One Lord, one Faith, one Baptism; One God and Father of all.
If you are interested in being baptized or scheduling a baptism for a loved one,
please contact The Rev. Lauren Lenoski in the Church Office
at 602.279.5539 x116 or email: [email protected]
Sunday, November 3, 2013
9:00am or 11:00am - All Saints Day
preparation class Sunday, October 13 at 12:30pm
Sunday, January 12, 2014
9:00am or 11:00am - The Baptism of Our Lord
preparation class Sunday, December 8 at 10:00am
Saturday, April 19, 2014
7:00pm (adult baptisms ONLY) - Easter Vigil
private preparation class with clergy
Sunday, April 27, 2014
9:00am or 11:00am
The First Sunday After Easter
preparation class Sunday, March 23 at 10am
Sunday, June 8, 2014
10:00am - The Day of Pentecost
preparation class Sunday, April 27 at 12:30pm
Sunday, August 3, 2014
10:00am - The Feast of the Transfiguration
preparation class Sunday, June 29 at 9am
An all-community gathering.
Bring a friend.
Come together once a month for a simple, delicious meal,
thought-provoking classes, a fun mid-week activity for children
and youth, and a brief, meaningful worship experience.
Light Family Supper
in St. Barbara
6:30pm Break-out
activities & classes by
age, grade, or interest
7:30pm Compline
in the Church
One of the most beautiful short services
of the Anglican tradition.
Nursery Care provided
Infants through Kindergarten
1st-4th Grade with Rev. Lauren
5th-8th Grade with Rev. Licia
Includes off-site activities
High School Students with
Beth Carson & Andrea Jimenez
Adults with Fr. Reed & Others
September 19 
October 17 
November 21 
December 19
January 16 
February 20 
March 20
New to our Community?
Welcome! Wherever you are in your journey of faith, we invite you
to get to know us better. If you are looking for a new church home,
we offer a number of ways to learn about All Saints’.
Upcoming Newcomer Classes
from 10-10:50am in the Urbano Library
Fall 2013: September 15, 22, 29
Winter 2014: January 5, 12, 19
Spring 2014: April 27, May 4, 11
Fill in the Welcome Card in the pew and turn in at the Welcome
Table or to a clergy person.
Introduce yourself to the clergy or hospitality volunteer at any
of the services. They will provide you ideas for “next steps.”
Call the Church Office during regular business hours to
set up a time to meet with our Associate Rector, The Rev. Licia
Affer, to learn more.
Want to receive the weekly eblast newsletter?
It is filled with events, news, and photos to keep you posted on
All Things, All Saints’. To sign up, email [email protected]
Let us know if you would also like to receive our weekly email for
children, youth, and families.
The Rt. Rev. Kirk Stevan Smith, Bishop
The Rev. Poulson Reed, Rector
[email protected]
The Rev. Licia Affer, Associate Rector
[email protected]
The Rev. Lauren Lenoski, Curate
[email protected]
The Rt. Rev. William Burrill, Bishop-in-Residence
[email protected]
The Rev. James Bade, Deacon
[email protected]
Andy Andersen, Director of Plant & Property
[email protected]
Dr. James Gerber, Music Associate
[email protected]
Nickolas Jorgenson, Director of Operations
[email protected]
Cindy Seidl, Financial Assistant
[email protected]
Marta Smith, Health Ministries Coordinator
[email protected]
Nanette Towsley, Director of Communications
[email protected]
Scott Youngs, Director of Music
[email protected]
Day School
Leo Dressel, Head of School
[email protected]
Weekend Worship Schedule
Saturday 5:00pm (Chapel)
Sunday 7:30am (Church)
Sunday 9:00am (Church)
Children’s Chapel 9:00am (Chapel)
Sunday 11:00am (Church)
Fourth Sunday 11:00am
Choral Eucharist with Incense (Church)
Weekday Holy Eucharist
Wednesday 7:00am & 10:00am
(includes the Laying on of Hands for healing)
Evening Prayer
Tuesday & Thursday 5:30pm (Chapel)
7:30pm (Church)
Third Thursday of the Month (Sept - Mar)
Christian Meditation
Sunday 9:00am (School Library)
Rosary Prayer
Sunday 10:15am (Chapel)
6:30pm Organ Recital/ 7:00pm Service
Second Sunday of the Month (Oct - Apr)
Sunday 10:00am
All Ages—Various Locations
Communion to the Homebound,
contact the Church Office.
Private confession by appointment
Priest-on-call—Evenings: 602.279.5539