Presentation on theme: "10/03/101 Our Collective Experience All Parish Meeting October 2, 2010 All Saints Then and Now Susan Reaves, Campus Administrator Dennis Romley, Junior."— Presentation transcript:
10/03/101 Our Collective Experience All Parish Meeting October 2, 2010 All Saints Then and Now Susan Reaves, Campus Administrator Dennis Romley, Junior Warden
10/03/102 Our Collective Contribution Proud to be a Downtown Parish Key historical events lent to All Saints serving the community for over 100 years New momentum for a Downtown Community Center with a continued commitment of service to Palo Alto What’s going on around here NOW?
10/03/103 Key Historical Events 1892, Tom Hopkins donates wheat field Post WW2, All Saints’ stays downtown 1958, two story education Bldg. completed 1967, built a church in the round 1970, focus shift to community outreach
10/03/104 Proud History of Service 1994, new Parish Hall with generous space for the food closet Peninsula Interfaith Action and the Opportunity Center
10/03/105 Downtown Community Center at All Saints’ , Renewed thinking of becoming a downtown center for Children and youth, music, social outreach and the arts
10/03/106 God’s Light on Our Collective Experience What’s Happening NOW? Children Families Music Outreach Non Profits Business PACCC, KARA, Hand in Hand, Quinceaneras, Forums for teen issues CA Bach Society, Topaz, Concert Series, Dance workshops AA, Narcanon, Nicotine, Breaking Bread, Food Closet, Inn Vision, HDZ, The Opportunity Center, Downtown Streets Team, The Millennium Dev. Goals OWCF, CTC Chamber of Commerce, Institute for Personal Change And more to come
10/03/107 Last Week: a Perspective 100 attended worship services at All Saints’ The All Saints’ Collective with God’s grace, provided service for 300 on the All Saints’ campus What’s next?
10/03/108 Conclusion All Saints’ is proud of it’s “Collective” history and focus on on service to the downtown Palo Alto community We hope that increasing use of our Godly blessed facilities by the Palo Alto Community will yield along lasting symbiosis and provide desired visibility