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Who wants to be baptized? All Saints Sunday, November 4, is an especially appropriate time to welcome new people into the church, the Body of Christ. Maybe you’re a parent who has often thought about having your children baptized, but the time or opportunity never came up—here’s your chance. Maybe you’re an adult who is looking for meaning, or community, or a deeper relationship with God--here’s your chance. Come Monday evening, October 15, 7:30 or Saturday, October 20, 10am to learn about baptism and decide whether now is the time for you to make a commitment to Christ. Baptisms will happen during the 8 or 10am Eucharist on Sunday, November 4.
|Where||Church of The Good Shepherd 1576 Palisade Ave, Fort Lee, NJ 07024|
|Next on||This event is over.|
|Time||10:00 am–12:00 pm|
|Who to bring||Everyone|
More About Church of The Good Shepherd
Rev. Dr. Allison Moore is Rector of this inclusive Episcopal parish that welcomes "families and singles, gay and straight, and people from many different backgrounds," according to its website. The beautiful stone structure is located in a scenic downtown neighborhood alongside Monument Park and the Fort Lee Museum. There are two weekly Sunday worship services—one a traditional Eucharist at 8am, and the other at 10am with inclusive language and a choir. Sunday School is at 10am. Tuesday evening book discussion groups are another highlight, and the Church of the Good Shepherd also hosts AA meetings. The building on Palisade Avenue is also the home of the Fort Lee Korean Church, and there is plenty of parking.