For sermons and print liturgies for worship services, see Upcoming Services. You are also invited to join our parish email list for regular updates; just complete a Parishioner Contact Information Form.
NB: We’re Hiring a Student – June to August
Read about this summer employment opportunity
The office is accepting applications now!
Thy Kingdom Come – May 26-June 5th
Drop in to a Thy Kingdom Come Zoom Prayer Room every day for ten days at 8am, 12pm, 5pm or 9pm. Find the meeting links here
June is Pride Month, and June 3-5th specifically marks Durham Pride activities. All Saints is happy to participate as an affirming church and as a member of the Affirming Worship team for the region. See more details.
God’s Wonder Lab – July 25-29
Vacation Bible Camp for ages 6-12 years old
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- The Shepherd’s Pie Fundraiser – on now while supplies last
- All Saints’ Plants Plus Sale – May 28
- “Mapping the Ground We Stand On” Workshop – June 12; pre-registration required by June 8
Woah Dough Partnership – All Saints’ Whitby is partnering with Marilyn Campbell and Woah Dough for an ongoing fundraiser. A percentage of sales goes to All Saints. Local business supports All Saints and All Saints supports local business. Click here to see these delicious gluten-free foods and learn how to order.
All Saints’ Swag – Consider supporting our community by purchasing an All Saints’ totebag ($20), baseball hat ($20) or mousepad ($16). Your purchase of these items will continue to support the work of our community. You can also get cookbooks and calendars.
Reconciliation with our Indigenous Siblings
As a congregation we continue to educate ourselves on the history of Indigenous peoples in Canada and the work to date towards reconciliation. Below is a collection of resources for you to explore.
- The TRC Final Report (2015)
- 94 calls to action from the Truth and Reconciliation report
- calls 71-76 about Missing children and burial information
- Anglican Church of Canada’s apology for spiritual harm caused (video)
- Anglican Church of Canada’s Reconciliation Toolkit
- United Nations Declaration on the Rights of Indigenous Peoples
- Fatty Legs, by Margaret Olemaun Pokiak-Fenton and Christy Jordan Fenton. The true story of an Inuit girl who goes to a residential school. Suitable for 8-12-year-olds. Available through the Whitby Public Library on their (free) Hoopla platform. When I was eight is a simplified version of Fatty Legs, made accessible for younger children. See the CBC’s 10 books about residential schools to read with kids.
Free Continuing Education Opportunities: