All Saints' Memorial Church

Diocese of New Jersey                                                          http://www.dioceseofnj.org

All Saints’ Memorial Church is one of over 140 Episcopal congregations in the Diocese of New Jersey, which encompasses the lower two-thirds of New Jersey.  Visit our Diocesan website for more information about our Bishop, The Right Reverend William ‘Chip’ Stokes, and our Diocesan staff and programs.
 

The Episcopal Church                                                   
   http://www.episcopalchurch.org/

The Episcopal Church is a member province of the worldwide Anglican Communion, which means we are in relationship with other Anglican churches around the world through the Archbishop of Canterbury.  The Episcopal Church has 109 dioceses and three regional areas in 17 nations. 
 

St. Mark’s, Keansburg (St. Mark’s Center for Community Renewal)         
  http://stmarkskeansburg.org

All Saints’ Memorial Church assists the wider Bayshore community through St. Mark’s Center for Community Renewal, which serves breakfast and lunch each day, distributes food through its food pantry and provides other services. 


The Stone Church Players                                                
   http://www.stonechurchplayers.org 

The Stone Church Players, a ministry of All Saints’ Memorial Church, are a community theater group dedicated to the production of fully staged musicals, classic plays, comedies, radio plays and Holiday programs.  For current information on productions and tickets, please visit their website.

 
Bayshore Family Success Center
                                        
http://cymca.org/locations/bayshore-family-success-center/

The Bayshore Family Success Center promotes community connections and helps reduce feelings of isolation through resource and referral services, education and family friendly events.

 

Monmouth County Historical Commission                        http://co.monmouth.nj.us/page.aspx?ID=1826

All Saints’ Memorial Church is a historic site located in Monmouth County, New Jersey.  Visit this site for more information on A Day in Old Monmouth, held annually in early May, where various sites, including All Saints’, are open for tours.
 

New Jersey Historic Trust                                                  
http://www.njht.org

The Mission of the Trust is to advance historic preservation in New Jersey for the benefit of future generations through education, stewardship and financial investment programs that save our heritage and strengthen our communities.  All Saints’ is a member recipient of the Trust.

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