Welcome to All Saints’– a family committed to embracing the Divine in all through experiencing and sharing the compassionate story of Jesus Christ.
We are deeply rooted in the beauty of the Episcopal tradition while open to innovative ways of experiencing God's presence in all sacred traditions. We are committed to prayer, to compassionate engagement with the world, to spiritual formation and to the spirit of inclusion. All Saints’ is a house of prayer for all God's people - and we warmly welcome your presence at any of our services, classes or events.
Saturday, December 24 - One Service
5:00 pm - Caroling
5:30 pm - Feast of the Incarnation - a service for people of all ages, with an interactive childrens' sermon, adult sermon, beautiful multi-cultural music offerings by the All Saints Choir and celebration of the Holy Eucharist
Sunday, December 25 - One Service at 10:30 am
Christmas Day Holy Eucharist
Special music by Arlene Long and Brenda Miles
Spiritual formation classes on break until Jan. 8
New Years Eve/Day Schedule
Saturday, December 31
7-9 pm New Year's Eve Labyrinth Walk
Come ring in the New Year as we welcome people from throughout our community to walk together in contemplative prayer as we transtion from one year to the next with help from a variety of guests artists whose music will guide us along our journey into 2017. For those who are new to walking the labyrinth, assistance is available. This special walk attracts visitors from around near and far, and those of our always growing extended church family. All are warmly welcomed - plan for about 30 minutes for your walk.
Sunday, Jan 1- One Service at 10:30 am
New Years Day Holy Eucharist
New Wisdom Class Book Study - new book study to begin Jan 10th and 12th at 10am
Join us in the All Saints' library as we begin our new book discussion with The Divine Dance by Richard Rohr. Copies are avalable in the church office.
One Wednesday - Jan 11- at 7pm
We gather in silence - without a leader other than our hearts. We pray or meditate in silence for 20-30 minutes. We depart in silence. This national project has the intention to invite people to gather in a church, synagogue, mosque, ashram, etc. each first Wedndesday of the month to spend 30 minutes in silence.
“Silence is the first language of God,” wrote St John of the Cross, “and it is the one language that needs no translation and allows all to be one.” http://onewednesday.org.
New Free Little Library Just for Kids
Have you noticed the new little library outside the church? It is our new Free Little Library just for Kids and it is filled with all kinds of picture and adventure books waiting to be read by a child or young person. It was designed and created by Chuck and Jan Hilton and has already had its first withdrawal. With school out for the summer, we are encouraging children and adults of all ages to use the “Free Little Libraries” here at All Saints’. So take a book to enjoy or bring a book to add to the library for someone else. Reading is a wonderful way to go on adventures to far off lands without ever leaving home.
Our regular worship and class schedule:
8 AM - Holy Eucharist without music - upstairs nave
9:15-10:15 AM - Spiritual formation classes for all ages (Sep-May)
- Holy Eucharist enriched with music - upstairs nave
Tuesdays: 11:40 AM Mid-day Holy Eucharist and Public Healing Service - upstairs nave
Children's Chapel - We offer a Children’s Chapel during the Sunday 10:30 am service as an option, as children are warmly welcomed at all of our services. Children can gather before 10:30 in the downstairs Oratory for activities to further their understanding of that Sunday’s lessons. The children are returned to their parents during the passing of the peace. Families will remain together for Eucharist and the completion of the worship service.