Welcome to All Saints' Episcopal Church
Welcome to All Saints' Episcopal Church
A beautiful place to worship.
A beautiful place to worship.

Let your light shine.

A place of ageless worship.
A place of ageless worship.
Come be among friends.
Come be among friends.
Join us for fun, family events throughout the year.
Join us for fun, family events throughout the year.
Our doors are always open to you, please worship with us soon.
Our doors are always open to you, please worship with us soon.

Welcome to All Saints' Episcopal Church

A shot from the belfry of the church. Photo courtesy of Paul Freeman.


Nestled in the midst of the Monadnock region, All Saints' Episcopal Church is a spiritual home for all who are seeking a welcoming, soulful, integrated and diverse Christian community. We are connected by our belief that the saving love of Christ Jesus calls us to be a people of hope.

We come as we are, young and old, dressed as we like, some cradle Episcopalians, others newcomers, some from different traditions or no tradition, as families, as partnered, as individuals, believers, searchers, and skeptics alike. All are welcome.

On Sunday's we worship by incorporating present realities and God's dream for us through the timeless tradition of the Book of Common Prayer and the Episcopal Hymnal in our services of Rite I and Rite II. Children are always in our midst, either in Sunday School, as acolytes, in the choir, or serving as Eucharistic ministers. Trusting in the gift of shared insights about scripture, we can also worship in our service of Rite Now at Reynolds Hall by circling around a free standing altar and by using traditional and contemporary prayers and hymns. In all ways at All Saints', we believe worship is our holy conversation with God.

We embrace our ever-challenging call to act on our baptismal identity to serve each other, to serve those in our neighborhoods and those in the world by contributing to justice, peace, education, and relief. We are formed by God's promise to us that we can make a difference in our world.

God is madly in love with us; and indeed we have been given the blessed assurance that there is a splendor burning in the heart of all things. Alleluia!


The Rev. Jamie L. Hamilton, Rector


What's Happening


Sunday Service at 9:00am. See a full schedule of services below.

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Dear Friends,

Summer Service Schedule 

July 10: Rite II; July 17: Rite Now; July 24th: Rite I; July 31st: Rite II

August 7th: Rite Now; August 14th: Rite I; August 21st: Rite II; August 28th: Rite Now

September 4th: Rite I

A Photo from Juarez from the June 23rd Trip from All Saints' Church

Travelers from All Saints' Church work on a construction project at Centro Victoria in Juarez, Mexico during their recent visit. 


Line Dancing at All Saints' Church
Fun, Fellowship and Fitness! No partner needed! No experience necessary! David and Betsy Trimble, new parishioners, will be offering basic level Line Dancing at Reynolds Hall on Tuesdays in July (5, 12, 19, 26) from 7-8:30pm. Open for high school age and up; no need to sign-up; come when you can.


Bach Solo Violin Concert with Paul Festa
Saturday, July 9 at 3pm ~ All Saints' Church
MacDowell is collaborating with All Saints Episcopal Church to present a special edition of MacDowell Downtown this Saturday afternoon at 3:00!  Performance artist-in-residence Paul Festa will play two Johann Sebastian Bach pieces on solo violin in a free concert at the church, which is on Concord Street (Rte 202) in Peterborough.
Thank you for your support!  We hope to see you downtown on Saturday the 9th.
P.S. Paul will conclude this special three-part series of mini concerts with a performance at 5:00 PM on Saturday, July 23 in Bass Hall at the Monadnock Center for History & Culture.  We'll send a reminder and another flier closer to the day of that event.  
Norway Pond Junior Mints at Tanglewood!
Thirty-two young singers from the Monadnock region including three from All Saints will making their debut performance with the Boston Symphony Orchestra at Tanglewood onSaturday night, July 9th! The Norway Pond Junior Minstrels, prepared by their founder and director Jody Hill Simpson, will perform Carl Orff's iconic work Carmina Burana with the Tanglewood Festival Chorus and the Boston Symphony Orchestra, conducted by Canadian maestro Jacques Lacombe.
Jody is an accomplished children's choir director and musician and will be working for three days preparing the children for their performance in front of an audience of 10,000! This is not to be missed. Margaret Baker has also designed the logo that the junior minstrels will be wearing for the show. It will be aired live at WCRB 99.5 at 8:05 Saturday night. 
Postponing the Blessing of the Bikes
Logistical challenges are causing us to postpone the Blessing of the Bikes, originally scheduled for July 15th. Stay tuned- more information coming!


Episcopal Church Releases Statement on Stewardship of the Earth


In honor of this statement release, we are taking the opportunity to re-publish our own Environmental Policy Initiative from 2012. 

All Saints Parish – Peterborough, NH
Environmental Policy Initiative
April 7, 2012
 The Vestry of All Saints’ Parish – Peterborough, NH is committed to environmental responsibility in the stewardship of the parish buildings and grounds and the operations and ministries of the parish.
         The Vestry charges the Green Saints Ministry to draft proposed policies and practices in support of the following goals and for consideration by the Vestry through the deliberations of the Buildings and Grounds Committee:
A commitment to the use of environmentally and socially responsible products and services. 
To reduce energy use, minimize consumption of natural resources and encourage recycling.

To develop and support ministries that demonstrate responsible stewardship of God’s creation to parishioners and the wider community.  

Revelation 7:3.   Hurt not the earth, neither the sea, nor the trees...


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