All Saints Thrift Shop

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All Saints Thrift Shop
All Saints Thrift Shop is listed in the Consignment Shops & Services category in Redding, California. Displayed below are the social networks for All Saints Thrift Shop which include a Facebook page, a Instagram account and a Twitter account. The activity and popularity of All Saints Thrift Shop on these social networks gives it a ZapScore of 73.

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3268 Bechelli Ln
Redding, CA 96002
(530) 223-2523

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This coming Sunday we have our usual Saturday evening Vigil Mass at 5pm with Anointing and Healing Prayer, but on... fb.me/zklA6jdS

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This coming Sunday we have our usual Saturday evening Vigil Mass at 5pm with Anointing and Healing Prayer, but on Sunday there will be no 8:00am Eucharist. Also please note that there will only be one Sung Eucharist at 10:00am and the speaker will be Canon Andrea McMillin - Canon to the Ordinary. Canon Andrea will address the upcoming Rector vacancy and search process in the sermon as wel as spending time with the congregation over the Coffee hour and then with the Vestry over Lunch.


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This week at our worship we explore the parable of the sower. This parable tells us three things. First, if we... fb.me/6rFlHvWG2

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This week at our worship we explore the parable of the sower. This parable tells us three things. First, if we truly want our lives to change for the better, if we want to express a greater degree of our potential, we have to commit 100 percent of our time, energy and focus. Second, we have to become aware when old, negative, defeating ways of thinking surface and do what psychologists call a pattern interrupt. We interrupt the pattern of negative thinking by putting our attention back on our intention. And third, we need to spend our time in a positive environment with positive people, doing positive things. To some this might seem like a lot of work. You might even wonder if it is worth the effort. But in truth, it is much, much harder to live in an unsatisfactory way, with a low sense of well-being or an unsettling notion that there is more to life than what we are experiencing. Nothing brings intensity, satisfaction, meaning, pleasure, passion, and fulfillment like your life becoming more than it has ever been. Jesus' message in this parable is simple and to the point. If we want to make positive changes in our lives, we have to set our intention and be determined that is what is going to happen. The power is ours. Please note there is no Saturday Vigil Mas this week due to the Sundae Serenade at 7pm on the 15th July. Sunday: 8am Holy Eucharist and 10-30am Sung Eucharist followed by Coffee hour. Fr Paul is the preacher at all liturgies.


We invite you to Sung Evening Prayer at All Saints Church on Friday 7th July and every first Friday of the month... fb.me/1rMrt0z2q

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We invite you to Sung Evening Prayer at All Saints Church on Friday 7th July and every first Friday of the month at 5pm. Plainchant, also called plainsong, is a form of medieval church music that involves chanting; it emerged around 100 A.D. Plainchant doesn't use any instrumental accompaniment; instead, it uses words that are sung. It was the only type of music allowed in early Christian churches. In Christian tradition, it was believed that music should make a listener receptive to spiritual thoughts and reflections. This was why the melody was kept pure and unaccompanied.


Parents! Don't forget the Children's Mass - Sunday at 9-15am! fb.me/7majsSubo

Parents! Don't forget the Children's Mass - Sunday at 9-15am!

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Sunday July 9th is Pentecost 5. We extend a sincere welcome to you and your family to join us this coming weekend for worship at All Saints Church. Saturday Vigil Mass at 5pm with Holy Anointing. 8am Holy Eucharist 9-15am Children's Liturgy in Eaton Hall West 10-30am Sung Eucharist followed by Coffee hour. A carpenter hand-made the yoke to fit the animal that wore it. Is your yoke handmade for you? If yes, who “makes” it? How does Jesus speak about his yoke in this coming Sunday’s Gospel? Join us for an exploration of this text.