Hey, see on this page under “Featured Events & Service” where it says “No Upcoming Events” … are you looking? did you find it? …. well, that’s just not true. All Saints has lots going on. The only thing that’s not happening right now is our Facebook events feed to this webpage. (This is due to issues with Facebook that are too lengthy to explain here and involve things like API changes, page plugins, and widget workarounds … all things I will have to Google later.) In the meantime, we invite you to keep an eye on events postings here or to visit our Facebook page directly.
Join our vibrant, committed community of Christ Followers as our new part-time Youth & Children’s Minister! We are looking for a leader who, for 20 hours each week, will help us to inspire and encourage our children and young people in their lives of faith.
If you are looking for an opportunity to put your faith to work in the lives of youth while you pursue your studies or other employment, this might be a great fit for you. This position will work closely with the Assistant Curate, with leadership from the Incumbent.
The Children & Youth Minister will exhibit the following gifts and skills:
- Theological training
- Ability to share the Gospel with kids & youth in an easy to understand way
- Openness to questions and diverse theological views as expressed by our youth
- Fun-loving and collaborative with our dedicated lay leaders
- Responsible and safety-conscious
- Strong writing skills (able to prepare a simple written report for Vestry)
- Musical ability is an asset
- Familiarity with Youth Alpha programming
- Police check and screening is a requirement
All Saints’ is a Christ-centred community that seeks
to share the message of God’s love and put faith into action.
Interested candidates should contact: The Rev. Molly Finlay at firstname.lastname@example.org or (905) 668-5101 ext. 24
From time to time, we communicate with our congregation by email blast. But we would only do that with your express permission. That’s why we invite you to fill out a Parishioner Contact Information Form. To access the form, click here. You can then print and complete it and return it to one of the specially marked green boxes at the south or breezeway entrances to the church.
We also have a FAQ page which may answer any questions you have about the form and our email list use.
From our colourful newsletter to updates on programming, our emails promise to be informative and essential.
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All Saints’ has a standing tradition of coffee and conversation on Sundays around 10:30ish.
Many of us come early (9:30am)— for about 40 minutes of songs, worship, and prayer beforehand; some stick around afterward (11:00am) for an hour or so of classic Anglican liturgy, hymns, and prayer. Everyone is encouraged to meet in the middle.
Beginning on May 13, 2018, All Saints’ is introducing a third Sunday service and adjusting our existing service times! We are a growing church and are excited to offer a fresh form of worship at a new time. If you haven’t been to church for while or have never been at all, now is a great time to come and see.
At 9:30 am, you’ll find a seeker-oriented, all-ages service with contemporary songs and favourite hymns, a sermon that connects to your lived experience, and fresh expressions of Anglican liturgy. This service includes Communion and lasts 45-50 minutes.
At 11:00 am, we offer a classic Anglican service of worship, with relevant biblical preaching, organ music, sung prayers, and choir music. This service runs about an hour and a quarter, includes Holy Communion, and follows the liturgy found in our Book of Alternative Services.
We still have an 8:00 am Communion service, with Bible readings and prayers from the traditional Book of Common Prayer and a brief sermon. This quiet and contemplative service runs about 40 minutes.
There is programming for children at the 9:30 and 11:00 services (summer months excluded). Between the 9:30 and 11:00 services, we gather for coffee/tea and conversation in the church hall. And every Sunday, you will experience a warm respectful welcome, no matter where you are on your spiritual journey.