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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.

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Celebration of Life & Labor

Sunday, September 2
10:30 am


Almighty God, you have so linked our lives one with another that all we do affects, for good or ill, all other lives: So guide us in the work we do, that we may do it not for self alone, but for the common good…” - from the Collect for Labor Day.   Come to the 10:30 service this Sunday, September 2nd ready to celebrate the many ways in which our life and our work is an offering to God and to the community.  Come to church dressed in the attire of your workday- scrubs, uniforms, suits- and bring a symbol of your daily work to be placed on the altar for prayer and blessing. Celebrate Labor Day Sunday with your church family. 

Contemplative Thursdays in September

September 6, 13, 20, and 27

6:00 pm -6:55 pm: Practice yoga asanas to focus and calm the mind
Led by Nancy Roberts
All Saints' Episcopal Church Labyrinth
Wear comfortable clothing. Bring a mat and water.


Following the Hatha tradition of sequenced postures, learn to move with your breath and still your mind. For four classes, practice the flow of movements to witness your true self. Please come on time or early.

"Yoga is a Sanskrit word that means the union of body, mind, and spirit. Yoga is an exploration of the potential of the body, working in harmony with the mind in order to recognize the higher self. It can be translated as a spiritual union of your soul with God or the eternal truth. This truth is experiential, and the practice of yoga becomes a process of self-discovery that is available to everyone." - Kia Meaux author of Dynamic Yoga.

7:00 pm-800 pm: Spirituality with Open Eyes
By Don Weiner
All Saints' Episcopal Church Oratory


Authentic spirituality is meant to enable us to awaken to our higher potentialities in everyday life. Often, however, there is a disconnect between inner experiences in meditation and the challenges we face in the world. In this series through practices and sacred dialogue, we will learn ways to:

1) avoid the spiritual bypass (attempting to dwell in subtle states to avoid dealing with issues that need attention)
2) shift our vantage point away from a reactive one to one that perceives difficulties as an opening to transformation and the sacred
3) understand stages in our unfoldment, particularly recognizing when shifts are occurring
4) balance our inner and outer life
5) establish working metaphors which are fluid and malleable for our spiritual journey
6) discover our own unique purpose and means of expressing our deepest desires in life

"It is better to strive in one’s own dharma (sacred duty) however imperfectly performed than to succeed in the dharma of another." - Bhagavad Gita

Our regular worship and class schedule:

Sundays:
8 AM - Holy Eucharist without music - upstairs nave
9:15-10:15 AM - Spiritual formation classes for all ages (Sep-May)
10:30 AM - Holy Eucharist enriched with music - upstairs nave

Wednesday: 11:30 AM Mid-day Holy Eucharist and Public Healing Service - upstairs nave

Pear Tree in Bloom at All Saints

 
   
   
   
   
   
 
   

 

   

 

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