Service of New Ministry with Rev. Bill Bradbury Oct. 13 (photo: S. Grillo)
We are a welcoming community that seeks to follow Jesus Christ with all that we are and all that we have. Through worship, fellowship, education, and outreach we open ourselves to God and our neighbor.
Our Sunday Schedule: 8 AM + Holy Communion 10 AM + Holy Communion with music and nursery. Lower Church School gathers at 9:45 AM Upper Church School sits together in worship; classes begin at 11:20 AM
Whoever you are, wherever you are on your journey of faith: we invite you to join us!
Welcome! We are so excited to start a new program year for the All Saints’ Church School. You can help us get ready by registering your children HERE. The Church School program serves children and youth from ages 3 to 18 years old. There is no cost. Learn about our classes HERE.
Forward Day by Day is a booklet of daily inspirational meditations reflecting on a specific Bible passage, chosen from the daily lectionary readings as listed in the Revised Common Lectionary or the Daily Office from the Episcopal Church’s Book of Common Prayer.
You can get access to it online online, or you can sign up for an email subscription.
remember hearing a talk by a pastor of a church in Atlanta and someone asked
him, how he had built a church with 2000 members. He said “Well, when I
started, we had 300 hundred members, but after a year I had preached them down
to 12, and with those 12 God built this church.”
The new stained glass window hanging in the Parish Hall was “found” by this year’s Summer Mystery Club. The Club Kids spent the summer learning about Christian Symbols and deciphering coded messages. In particular, they learned about the Trinity Symbol in the center of this window, which can also be found in the Rose Window in the Chapel. The Mystery Club window was made by artisans in NH and commissioned by the leaders of the Mystery Club- along with the “SMC” for Summer Mystery Club, there is one other detail that gives away its “mysterious” origins….can you find it?
Sirach 10:12-18, Psalm
112, Hebrews 13:1-8, 15-16, Luke 14:1, 7-14
“On one occasion when Jesus was going to the house of a leader of the Pharisees to eat a meal on the sabbath, they were watching him closely.” This is not the “let’s watch the great man
in order to raise ourselves up into greater faithfulness”, but rather it was “let’s
watch this rebel in order to find a way to take him down.”. Which raises the
question, what is it about Jesus that so threatens the religious leaders?