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Welcome to All Saints’ Episcopal Church

West Newbury, Massachusetts

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All Saints’ Episcopal Church is a warm, caring, inclusive congregation that works on living lives of faith, hope and love and that wishes to share ourselves and our resources with others. If you are looking for a church home, we invite you to see who we are and what we offer. We pray, worship, learn, work and play together and we have FUN! We value what we do, we are greatly blessed and we want to share our many blessings with others. Please come visit us. We think you’ll like what you find.

 

 

All Saints' Episcopal Church West Newbury, Ma. 893 895 Main St, West Newbury, Massachusetts 01985 Please join us for the All Saints Episcopal Church, West Newbury, Ma Centennial Celebration on Sunday November 2, 2014 Celebrating 100 years of ministry and service to West Newbury and beyond Service at 10:00 am in the church Luncheon at noon, St. John's Hall 893 Main St. RSVP: info@asecwn.org or (978) 462-4244
All Saints’ Episcopal Church West Newbury, Ma. 893 895 Main St, West Newbury, Massachusetts 01985 Please join us for the All Saints Episcopal Church Centennial Celebration on Sunday November 2, 2014 Celebrating 100 years of ministry and service to West Newbury and beyond Service at 10:00 am in the church Luncheon at noon, St. John’s Hall 893 Main St. RSVP: info@asecwn.org or (978) 462-4244


easter-flowersBp Tom Shaw

M. Thomas Shaw, SSJE
August 28, 1945 – October 17, 2014

the Rt. Rev. M. Thomas Shaw, SSJE, monk and, for 20 years, the bishop of the Episcopal Diocese of Massachusetts, died today, Oct. 17, in the care of his SSJE brothers at Emery House in West Newbury, Mass.  He was 69.”During his last days, our brother Tom spoke of how very, very thankful he was for the life God had given him:  for the many wonderful people he had met, for the opportunities and challenges he had faced and for the amazing grace he had experienced throughout his life,” the Rev. Geoffrey Tristram, SSJE, Superior of the Society of St. John the Evangelist, said in the announcement. Shaw “was a man of deep prayer, a charismatic figure who connected easily with young and old alike and a leader whose creativity and entrepreneurial spirit led him to invent what was needed and new.  He was known for his sometimes-mischievous sense of humor, his tenacious courage and his passion to serve Jesus, both among the privileged and the poor.”

The Brothers invite you to share memories and messages at
www.SSJE.org/tom

Visitation:

Friday, October 31st; 4:00 – 9:00 p.m.
including the Office of the Dead at 6:00 p.m. and Compline at 8:30 p.m.

The Monastery Chapel
The Society of Saint John the Evangelist
980 Memorial Drive, Cambridge

Funeral:

The Eucharist of the Resurrection
Saturday, November 1st;  at 2:00 p.m.

Trinity Church Copley Square, Boston
a reception follows
Bishops, priests, and deacons will not vest or process, and are invited to sit in the congregation.

Burial will be private.

Memorials:

Br. Tom requested that, in lieu of flowers, memorial gifts be directed to:

The Society of Saint John the Evangelist
980 Memorial Drive
Cambridge, MA  02138
www.SSJE.org/donate

or

The Episcopal Diocese of Massachusetts
138 Tremont Street
Boston, MA  02111
http://www.diomass.org/campaign-and-giving

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