Santa Barbara County Unveils New Storm Evacuation Definitions, Evacuation Timeline and Interactive Map

Santa Barbara County issued new storm evacuation definitions, a 72-hour storm evacuation timeline, and an interactive map to prepare for any storm which could generate more than a half-inch of rain in a very short period of time.

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Gathering of Hope and Remembrance Set for Feb. 9, 6:30 p.m.

As we approach one month since the mudslide, All Saints seeks to reunite those who gathered to serve and be served at All Saints-by-the-Sea on January 9, and all from the community who have been impacted by the mudslide.

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All Saints “Adopts” the Santa Barbara Bucket Brigade; Sign Up To Help In Several Different Ways

All Saints is partnering with an ad hoc group of (strong) area residents who are led by Abe Powell, the president of the Montecito Fire Protection District Board. He’s organized the Santa Barbara Bucket Brigade of people who are helping residents to dig mug out from their homes.

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Please Donate to Mudslide Victims, All Saints

Many people have asked how they can help. All Saints-by-the-Sea is collecting funds to give to those in need affected by the mudslide.

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The Nation Continues Its Focus on All Saints

The national coverage of All Saints’ role during the mud slide and its tragic aftermath continues. Click here to see another story published by the Episcopal News Service. You can click this link to see the initial story about All Saints.

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All Saints Office Phone Up and Running

You can now reach the Church Office at our regular office line, 805-969-4771, or via email at info@asbts.org.

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Worship This Sunday, Jan. 28, at Trinity

Even though the All Saints campus has been removed from the mandatory evacuation area as of yesterday (1/24/18), there is much to accomplish before we can resume worship and normal operations.

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Friday Night Service (Jan. 26, 2018) Confirmed for Trinity – Even Though All Saints Campus Now Accessible

On Friday, January 26 at 6 p.m. we will hold a “Service of Healing and Hope” at Trinity Santa Barbara, 1500 State Street, Santa Barbara. Our chief pastor, the Rt. Rev. John Taylor, Bishop of Los Angeles, the Rt. Rev. Diane Jardine Bruce, the Rev. Melissa McCarthy and others from the Diocese of Los Angeles will be present with us to provide pastoral support. This “Service of Healing and Hope” will be a first step in our communal healing process.

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Parish School Relocates to Interim Site in Santa Barbara

We are very happy to let our parents know that we have been graciously invited to share space with St. Mark Preschool at 3942 La Colina Road in Santa Barbara until it is safe to return to All Saints by-the-Sea Parish School.

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Church Office Phone System Still Down; Temporary Cell Number Announced

The Church Office phone system has been inoperable since the storm hit on Tuesday, Jan. 9. If you need to reach the Office, please use the email address below or call the cell number until further notice. This is the cell number for Kathleen Bright, our Director of Administration. Your patience to receive a response […]

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Special Opportunities to Worship, Gather for Those in Carpinteria, Summerland and Ventura

Special for week of Jan. 15 – During All Saints Closure: For those who would like to gather mid-week for fellowship and then on Sunday for worship, see these joint efforts coordinated by the parishes of both All Saints and Trinity Santa Barbara.

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Read, Listen to Sunday Sermon from The Rev. Gary Hall, Rector of Trinity SB

The parishioners of All Saints were warmly welcomed and embraced by the clergy and parish of Trinity Santa Barbara on Sunday, Jan. 14. With the All Saints campus closed due to the mud slides and evacuation order, those who are on the north side of the HW 101 closure and who were able made their way to Trinity.

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