Taken from a 1954 point-form history written by Mrs. Nan Erskine and deposited in the All Saints Archives:
For 88 years now, [the church] has stood as a monument to its Pioneer Builders and devout worshippers.… [I] call to mind many men and women of the past who contributed to the success of the Christian work of the church, and many names adorn the parish list, as their descendants carry on the old traditions.… Our bazaar is our main project. One time we held it in the Town Hall. It was an afternoon and evening affair—Bazaar, Supper & Concert—believe me, we made money!… We always had a Chancel Guild in a very small way, and at one time only two did the work. We had some very fine sewers who made & embroidered Altar Cloths, Purificators, etc.… The [Women’s Auxiliary] rebound the large Bible on the lectern after the fire [in 1929].… We welcome Rev. J.S. Armstrong and family and they are more or less settled. They are a fine couple and very aggressive. Next on the agenda is the building of a new Sunday School and repair work in the church. Rev. Armstrong is a little more High Church than some we have had, but he is introducing a new form of worship, which we are not quite used to, but as far as I see, he will win out.