Check out the latest from All Saints' in the July 2014 newsletter; click the image below:
We've rescheduled the summer book club meeting to Thursday, August 14 (7-9 p.m. in the undercroft) to give everyone a chance to join in!
From the back of the book:
"Early one morning, for no earthly reason, Sara Miles, raised an atheist, wandered into a church, received communion, and found herself transformed–embracing a faith she’d once scorned. A lesbian left-wing journalist who’d covered revolutions around the world, Miles didn’t discover a religion that was about angels or good behavior or piety; her faith centered on real hunger, real food, and real bodies. Before long, she turned the bread she ate at communion into tons of groceries, piled on the church’s altar to be given away. Within a few years, she and the people she served had started nearly a dozen food pantries in the poorest parts of their city.
Take This Bread is rich with real-life Dickensian characters–church ladies, millionaires, schizophrenics, bishops, and thieves–all blown into Miles’s life by the relentless force of her newfound calling. Here, in this achingly beautiful, passionate book, is the living communion of Christ."
Email Julia to borrow a copy of the book. Join us on Thursday, August 14 at 7 p.m. for dinner and discussion. All are welcome!
Join us at All Saints' Park Slope for the passion and joy of Holy Week. Come sit, pray, and keep watch with us as we approach the season of Easter.
Followed by Easter Egg Hunt