Our theme for October and November is Walking the Way of Praise. Jesus Christ is the Way, and “walking the way” describes our life choices as Christians.
During August and September we move from the relaxed days of summer picnics, camping, and vacations, to returning home, starting school, and beginning new programs at the church.
Read Bonhoeffer’s teaching on worship in this devotional book. Join others at All Saints’ who are reading chapter two of Life Together. This pivotal chapter focuses our attention on why we gather for worship and what transpires as we pray together, on what makes community prayer special and how we are formed into a community of prayer. […]
I pray that you will witness God’s presence and feel the breath of fresh air as the Spirit flies gracefully downriver.
This exciting new curriculum for All Saints’ parish helps the youth discover themes that connect the whole biblical narrative, and find deeper personal meaning in the stories. We review the stories in a short video, and then share the stories with each other using our own life experience. In quiet reflection, we then draw the […]
Readings, reﬂections, and prayers for the days of Lent 2014. This e-book has been prepared by the Society of St. Andrew. “Gleaning America’s fields ~ feeding America’s hungry” can be read online below or downloaded from the original site.
by Robin Denney This year’s SSP dates are set! The Sierra Service Project summer mission trip is our diocesan summer mission trip for youth. Our diocese sends a group of ten to twenty youth to join with youth from other denominations to work on Native American reservations, or in low income urban areas. The youth […]
Our own Diocese has a long standing partnership with the Diocese of Gloucester and the Diocese of Western Tanganyika. This January they will send two representatives to be presenters for our Diocesan Winter Conference. Our partners will be with us for six days. Each diocesan team will share how Christianity came to their country, and […]
If you would like to attend the Gospel of Matthew: Its Relevance for the 21st Century series offered by Fr. Rick but cannot attend Monday evenings from 7:00 to 8:30 p.m., you are welcome to participate in a Sunday morning track from 9:15 to 10:15 a.m. The material will be somewhat abbreviated due to the shorter time. If […]
by Bill Reed It has always struck me as an act of extraordinary providence that two of the greatest men and Christians of the twentieth century died on the exact same day, December 10, 1968. In retrospect, they are among the short list of the outstanding Christians of the twentieth century. They are Karl Barth […]