Welcome to our Resources page. Here’s where you’ll find special links and downloadable resources for current and upcoming parish events. (For sermons and print liturgies for worship services, see Upcoming Services.)
You are also invited to join for our parish email list for regular updates; just complete a Parishioner Contact Information Form.
Sign up for a small group outdoor social gatherings with Mthr Jennifer in July. It is a lovely casual opportunity for you to meet Mthr Jennifer and All Saints parishioners in person, and for her to meet you, too. Click on the title above to learn more and book a date.
2022 Canadian Church Calendars
To purchase a calendar, go to the All Saints’ online order form, and Maria will reach out to you with more information regarding pick up or delivery. If you are not comfortable placing your order online, call the office at 905-668-5101 ext. 23 (please leave a message). Cost is $8.00 each. Preview the 2022 calendar here.
All Saints Swag for Sale
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. Read a summary of the recent reconciliation discussion (July 7) at All Saints with Bishop Shaw.
- 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: