What is your Ministry?
How are you called to serve? Both All Saints’ Church and St. George’s Chapel offer many opportunities for ministry – both within the parish and out in the community. Besides the ministries listed below, both churches also have active women’s and men’s groups.
If you would like to know more about our ministries or are interested in serving, please e-mail us at firstname.lastname@example.org or send us a message on our contact page. Click here for a list of Our Ministries.
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Episcopal Church Women
The ECW chapters are hostesses for the Bishop’s annual visits to both churches and for the annual parish meeting. Each of the ECW chapters has its own community outreach projects, and these active groups hope to accomplish and to give more each year.
The All Saints’ Church men’s group is The Boardwalk Boys and the St. George’s Chapel men’s group is The Dragons. Both groups hold regular monthly meetings and both host dinners to raise funds for community outreach projects.
The Episcopal Parish of All Saints' Church & St. George's Chapel is blessed with a unique and active music program. Led by Organist & Director of Music Jackson Borges and Associate Organist Steve Shoop, the parish musicians provide leadership for Sunday services, special events, and concerts throughout the year. Several times during the year, the choirs from both locations combine to form the Parish Choir, which sings and leads special services and events, such as Lessons & Carols for Advent, Festival Evensong for Epiphany, and Heritage Sunday. Of particular note is our parish musicians' involvement in the annual Rehoboth Jazz Festival, for which three jazz mass settings have been commissioned and premiered by our musicians from composers Horace Boyer, Jeremy Fox, and Angelo diLoreto.
Our parish is blessed with two concert series, "Concerts by the Sea" and the "Summer Organ Recitals" series. Both offer a wide variety of programming featuring a great mix of music and musicians, ranging from classical to Broadway. Some groups and musicians who have visited our parish include the US Army Chorus Baritones, Celtic to Classical, The Boysie Lowery Living Jazz Residency, and international concert organist and Grammy nominee Stephen Tharp. Some of our popular favorites include the annual jazz mass, the Pipe Organ Spooktacular (part of the annual Sea Witch Festival), and Silent Movie Night on Hallowe'en.
Our parish operates two thrift shops that contribute significant funds to dozens of community service organizations. Sales of your donated new and gently used clothing, housewares and furniture makes these contributions possible.
Both All Saints’ Church and St. George’s Chapel invite parents to raise children of faith.