Saul, Israel’s First King In the Old Testament, we find many stories of the key figures in the history of ancient Israel. One of the most interesting of these is the story of Saul, the first king of Israel. It is a story in which God changes His mind twice. First, he allows Israel to […]
Date: December 8, 2019 Time: 6:00 pm Place: All Saints Episcopal Church 129 North Market Street Selinsgrove, PA 17870 Musician: Rev. David Dearing is a retired ordained minister in the United Methdodist Church and a member of the Susquehanna Annual Conference. He recently retired from full time parish ministry after 40 years of service. His most recent appointment […]
Date: November 10, 2019 Time: 6:00 pm Place: All Saints Episcopal Church 129 North Market Street Selinsgrove, PA 17870 Musicians: Leon Broskey (guitar, vocals) and Cheri Wagner (vocals) are both from the Elysburg area. Leon and Cheri have a long history of singing in local events. Cheri sang in a church setting for the majority of her life […]
Date: September 8, 2019 Time: 6:00 pm Place: All Saints Episcopal Church 129 North Market Street Selinsgrove, PA 17870 Musicians: In September of 2008, a small group of friends and fellow music lovers came together to begin the Shade Mountain Strings. The mountain dulcimer is the primary instrument along with guitar and autoharp. None of them are professional […]
The Sermon on the Mount In the early chapters of Matthew’s Gospel, we find a collection of the teachings of Jesus that are traditionally referred to as the “Sermon on the Mount.” Matthew tells us that Jesus traveled throughout the region known as Galilee teaching in synagogues and the open air. As his reputation spread […]
Wednesday Morning Bible Study Summer 2019 The Book of Job Guided by Bruce Johnson This summer the Wednesday Morning Bible Study Group will be reading and discussing some of the poems found in the Old Testament Book of Job. In these poems, some of the great mysteries of our faith tradition are explored. The […]
On September 26, downtown Selinsgrove was transformed into a colorful outdoor market, and All Saints Church was part of it. All Saints’ men sold hot dogs with all the trimmings, soda and water to an overflow crowd on this perfect fall day. In the church basement, the ladies were staffing a well-attended flea market. Spread […]
All Saints congregation collected uncountable (at least 100) cans of soup for Souper Bowl Sunday, February 2, to be brought to St. Paull’s UCC church for their food pantry. Jim Rogers, who spearheaded this project, will bring the cans to St. Paul’s today, with the help of the Holy Spirit. Spread the Word!