Welcome to

All Saints

Episcopal Church

Welcome to All Saints


Down for



Services During Covid-19

Sundays Online at 10 am

Wednesdays Online  at 11 am

Wednesdays Bible Study at 6 pm

followed by Compline

(Facebook Live and Zoom)

The Church and the Office are Closed.

Email us at all-saints@live.com and we will do our best to assist you

with church business.



The Rev. Canon Stephen C. Casey

Interim Rector

The Rev. Glenn D. Miller

Assistant to the Interim Rector

The Rev. Harold F. Morrow


Parish Staff


Mr. Walter Stiller

Organist and Choirmaster


Ms. Paula Boley,

Office Administrator


Ms. Tammy Putt, Bookkeeper


Ms. Cindy Gipe, Housekeeper


Ms. Ginger Giammattei

Parish Nurse

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All Saints Church welcomes all people -

no exceptions - and we are fully accessible

to those with special needs. 


Rector Search News!

All Saints Parish PROFILE 2020

All Saints Parish SURVEY 2020

See Notes on Rector Search Tab


Online Services

Zoom invitations will be shared only via the parish email list.

The emails are sent in advance of each online

service - watch for it for the password

to join Zoom services.

Not on our email list? Send an email to


to be added to the emailed Zoom invitations. 

Services are also on Facebook Live!

Online Bulletin for Sunday Aug 16 10 am

Hymns for August 16


Kid's Bulletin August 16 Ages 3+

Kid's Bulletin August 16 Ages 7+

Online Bulletin for HE on Wed Aug 12 at 11 am

Online Bulletin for Compline Wed Aug 12 at 6 pm

Experimental Link to Facebook Live Services



During the COVID-19 Disruption

from Father Stephen


The church is closed and all church activities (except for online services) have been suspended until further notice. Staff have been advised to use their own discretion on whether to work from the church office or from home. With that in mind, Paula will be in the office some days. Please call to make sure she is there if you have business with the office. Feel free to make contact via email:


Along with many clergy in the diocese, I fall into the high risk category, therefore it is not appropriate that I make any pastoral calls. However, I am available by phone,

should you want to talk with me.


These are trying times for all of us, especially now that many small businesses have been mandated to close. I encourage your prayers for those who have been infected by COVID-19, for those whose jobs are in jeopardy, and for those of our community of all ages who are confined to their homes.

Fr. Stephen


Almighty God, we entrust all who are dear to unto thy never-failing care and love, for this life, and the life to come, knowing that thou art doing for them better things than we can desire or pray for;  through Jesus Christ our Lord. Amen


A Prayer for the Search Committee

Almighty God, you graciously meet us in all the avenues of our life. In this period of transition, look kindly on the people of All Saints as we seek a new Rector. Grant the members of the Search Committee discerning and inquiring hearts. Gift the people of the parish with listening hearts that they may truly hear each other. Touch those priests seeking a new ministry, and by your Holy Spirit bring all things together, through your Son Jesus Christ. Amen.



A new report from the Rector Search Committee is available -- find by clicking the appropriate tab "Rector Search" in the search bar

at the top of the page!



​Father Stephen's Weekly Message

Dear friends,

I believe it was the author Umberto Eco who suggested that books speak to books. In other words, they seek to answer a question. One might easily say that of the Gospels in the New Testament. The particular question the gospels try to answer is: ”Who is Jesus?" That was certainly the question behind the gospel lesson for last Sunday - the miracle of the Feeding of the Five Thousand.

One could easily say the question is answered in a very dramatic way in the Gospel lesson for this coming Sunday, the story in the gospel of Matthew of Jesus stilling the storm and walking on water. Like the Transfiguration, which we celebrated a few days ago, the miracle of Jesus walking across the water is an epiphany for the disciples, showing who Jesus really is: the chosen of God.

But the miracle of Jesus walking on the water and stilling the storm is also a story about faith - the faith of the Apostle Peter who tried to walk across the water towards Jesus, and our faith in Jesus stilling the storms of our lives.

I look forward to seeing you via our on-line service at 10 am on Sunday when I offer further thoughts on one of the lessons for this coming Sunday.


Fr. Stephen+



Parish Notes ...

Update: Love INC Sneaker Drive:

We thank all of the churches for collecting sneakers for the Sneaker Drive. We are in the home stretch. We have over 425 students requesting shoes this year. We have 81 more pairs to get. Our website has been updated with the sizes still needed. We are in need of volunteers. If you could put a plea out to your congregations that would be great.


Here is the sign-up link for volunteers...43 slots remain during the main distribution and 13 after distribution.



Lace Up With Love UPDATE Sneaker Drive

We are in the home stretch! Our website has been updated with the sizes still needed. We need of volunteers! Here is the sign-up link for volunteers...43 slots remain during the main distribution and 13 after distribution.  


More information at  LoveINCGreaterHershey.org. Sneaker and monetary donations may also be dropped off at the Love INC office, hours M-TH 9 am- 2 pm. Call the office to arrange for an early or late drop-off, or email mmiduri@loveincgreaterhershey.org.

Questions? Call Joan Horn at 717-439-5140.

AND ...

Love INC ... continues to reach out to our neighbors in need. Our Connection Center answers calls each day. As we look ahead at the needs of our clients our top five items needed this month are:  laundry pods, dish pods, liquid dish soap, multi-purpose household cleaners, body wash

 Thank you for partnering with Love In The Name of Christ!


“And if you spend yourselves in behalf of the hungry and satisfy the needs of the oppressed, then your light will rise in the darkness and your night will become like the noonday.”


Ronald McDonald House

 Ronald McDonald House is seeking financial donations. If you wish to make a financial donation you can do so directly to the Ronald McDonald House, or via the church. If the latter, please mark the check clearly, so that the donation can be appropriately directed.














All Saints Episcopal Church

310 Elm Avenue

Hershey, PA   17033



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