All Saints Episcopal Church has an Easter egg hunt planned for Easter morning for the first time ever at the church.
All Saints Episcopal Church Of The North Shore
Sunday, March 24, 2013
Sunday, February 3, 2013
A former priest at the former Calvary Church, Danvers, is returning to All Saints Episcopal Church of the Northshore starting on Sunday.
Rev. Dr. Richard T. Loring is returning to the All Saints Episcopal Church of the Northshore (a merger of Calvary and St. Paul's) on Sunday as its "transitional priest." The much-loved priest served as interim at the former Calvary Church, Danvers, from 2006 to 2007. He is also well-known and fondly remembered by parishioners at the former Saint Paul's Church, Peabody, for his presence there. The Inter-Parish Council, which currently has governance oversight of the merged congregations, had requested Loring to serve until the appointment of a priest-in-charge, because of his long-term experience and skill working with parishes in transition. In particularl they value his pas "quiet strength and compassionate leadership" at both the …
Thursday, November 15, 2012
A spaghetti dinner hosted by All Saints Episcopal Church of the North Shore on Thursday night will help raise money to help feed 1,000 homeless and homebound people on Thanksgiving.
For the past six years, Debbie Marticio, owner of Ma Duke’s Pizza, Seafood and More at 139 Maple St. in Danvers has been celebrating Thanksgiving by giving. She and her husband, Mike, have been offering free holiday meals to homeless families, housebound residents, young people struggling with substance abuse at a Danvers treatment center and those living at the Inn Transition transitional housing in Peabody. Marticio has been making those free meals available as part of a coordinated effort among various agencies and restaurants to feed the needy during the holidays. According to Marticio, it costs between $10,000 and $11,000 to serve the free Thanksgiving meal at Ma Duke’s, and much of that comes from donations. But this year the open-…