What's Happening

Realizing that fellowship and fun can be had while God's work is being done, the All Hallows family organizes many activities to bring parishioners, visitors and community members together on special occasions, celebrations, and regularly scheduled activities.  Please take a few minutes to scan the information below to appreciate the variety of these activities.  We are always open to suggestions for new activities that give us the opportunity to build our relationship with each other and God, and to serve others.

Easter Sunday Bulletin - Join us online!

posted Apr 10, 2020, 11:35 AM by All Hallows - Snow Hill Episcopal Church   [ updated Apr 10, 2020, 11:37 AM ]

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Like many churches, All Hallows is broadcasting our 2020 Easter Sunday service online, via Zoom.   Please see our facebook page for details on how to join in.   Here is the full service bulletin for your convenience (below).  It includes all readings, responses and music for you to participate.   Sunday, April 12th at 9:30 a.m.   

Christmas Eve service - Tuesday Dec 24th at 4:30pm

posted Nov 24, 2019, 9:09 AM by All Hallows - Snow Hill Episcopal Church   [ updated Nov 24, 2019, 9:15 AM ]

Please add this to your calendar, and check back for other announcements about services during that week.

2020 Pancake (and sausage) Supper! Tuesday, February 25th

posted Jan 28, 2019, 8:45 AM by All Hallows - Snow Hill Episcopal Church   [ updated Nov 24, 2019, 8:51 AM ]

Tickets are on sale now!  $8.00 eat-in or carry-out; Children $5.00 eat-in only.  Call 410-632-1216 for tickets. See you on Tuesday evening!   Click here for more information: Annual Pancake Supper, Feb. 25th, 2020!   

Sunday School presentation 2013

posted Jun 9, 2013, 6:02 AM by All Hallows - Snow Hill Episcopal Church

Mr. Bill Gordy and the other teachers of All Hallows' successful Sunday School program made a presentation to the congregation last week.    A review of the year's activities was made, and in this photo three shy students are keeping everyone in suspense!

Rectory Ready for New Rector

posted Jun 9, 2013, 5:55 AM by All Hallows - Snow Hill Episcopal Church   [ updated Jun 9, 2013, 6:03 AM ]

Over the past month, the parish's historic Rectory on Federal St, ca. 1820, has been cleaned up, walls painted, landscaping added, and appliances updated for our incoming Rector, Rev. Nanese Hawthorne.   She is scheduled to move in on June 18th.   Please stop by to welcome her!  (note the historic brownstone carriage step that says "The Rectory" out front.)

Easter Egg Hunt 2013

posted Apr 7, 2013, 10:43 AM by All Hallows - Snow Hill Episcopal Church

After the Sunday service, the traditional Easter egg hunt was held for the children in the surrounding cemetery.

Successful Pancake Supper

posted Feb 20, 2013, 7:48 AM by All Hallows - Snow Hill Episcopal Church   [ updated Feb 20, 2013, 11:45 AM ]

A short slideshow (with dramatic music) by parishioner Harry Deitch with highlights from this year's successful Shrove Tuesday Pancake Supper can be found here:   2013 Shrove Tuesday Pancake Supper Video

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Thanks to Alice Tweedy and Katherine Gordon, Co-Chairs, and the host of volunteers who helped make it happen!  All proceeds go to the ECW's ministries.

Holy Cross Tree removal

posted Jan 19, 2013, 12:06 PM by All Hallows - Snow Hill Episcopal Church   [ updated Feb 2, 2013, 3:08 AM ]

On Saturday, Jan 19th, the large poplar tree behind the Holy Cross Chapel in Stockton was removed by Keith Lauridson of Keith's Tree Works in Princess Anne.    It took all day, and precautions were taken to protect the tombstones below.  In its damaged and hollow state, the tree posed too great a threat to the church and graveyard below.

Holy Cross Chapel Renovations Complete!

posted Jan 14, 2013, 6:15 AM by All Hallows - Snow Hill Episcopal Church   [ updated Jan 14, 2013, 6:19 AM ]

After four months and "Superstorm Sandy" in between, the renovations to the Holy Cross Chapel in Stockton were completed in late December 2012.   The refurbished bell and belfry were lifted back into place by a crane, after being restored by Chip Nock, local historic carpenter.    The following link is to the Daily Times article about this project, with a nice 4 minute slideshow and interviews with our own Ed Haile and Kathy Fisher.

The shingles on the belfry and the tower skirting and small hyphen roof were replaced with authentic cedar shakes soaked in linseed oil.  The ladders inside and the railings around the bell were rebuilt.    Next up, removing the large poplar tree which is too close to the church and graves.

The majority of the funds used for this project were from a specific bequest and donations from parishioners, earmarked for Holy Cross Restoration.

Holy Cross Repairs 2012

posted Jul 22, 2012, 7:25 PM by All Hallows - Snow Hill Episcopal Church   [ updated Jul 22, 2012, 7:38 PM ]

A visit was made to Holy Cross on July 10, 2012 by the Jr. Warden Kemp Wills, Vestry Member Dan Westerlund, Treasurer Ed Haile, and Fr. Ken Thom.   We met with a local Historic Carpenter, Chip Nock, to discuss the condition of the belfry, the belfry roof, and the church's picket fence and gate.   Chip grew up in the Stockton area and still lives less than a mile away.    The inspection of the belfry (up two old wooden ladders) gave us a chance to photograph the bell up close.   

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