. . . . Take a walk, pick some tomatoes, beans, melons, squash, or a sunflower or two.
When you drive by All Saints you will see a
beautiful Community Garden on the south lawn.
Retired public accountant and good neighbor, Cissy Vaughn, is the Master Gardener. She has again taken on the task she loves to do by planting vegetables and flowers for all to enjoy.
The long row of sunflowers facing White Station is beginning to bloom. There is a row of green beans ready to pick. Our good neighbor, Brad (with his son), is helping with the watermelons and cantaloupes. Butternut squash is growing quickly. Cissy expects the corn will jump at least a foot after our rain last week. The okra will be ready for harvest in a few weeks, and she expects the garden will be overflowing with produce soon. The melons and peppers are expected closer to August. The corn is for grinding so it won’t be picked and ground until September or October.
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Susan has brought back our Coffee Drinking and Socializing time after church. Everyone enjoyed greeting friends and visitors outside under the trees. Thanks, Susan for the delicious cookies and brownies you served.
On July 25 during Coffee Hour we will have Sunday Sundaes.
Ice cream and toppings so you can make your special Sundae under the trees. Enjoy
In Our Prayers at All Saints’
J Anthony Morton May his soul and the souls of all the
faithful departed, through the mercy of God, rest in peace.
Edith, Laura, Sherry, Iris, Kerwyn, Mis, Sherry, John, Buddy, Mary,
all those affected by the coronavirus pandemic,
and all who have asked for our prayers.
And all of our wonderful parishioners who are unable to attend in person,
we miss you and bless you.
The Mission of All Saints' Episcopal Church is to explore and celebrate God's
infinite grace, acceptance, and love with all God's children, through Jesus Christ our Lord.
WEBPAGE UPDATED July 12, 2021