Welcome to All Saints’ Episcopal Church in the heart of the Monadnock Region
of southwestern New Hampshire. We welcome all people whether they are
life-long Episcopalians, from other denominations or faiths, or just searching
to make spiritual sense of life. We’re an active Christian community striving to
strengthen our faith and to contribute in a purposeful way to the welfare of
the world both near and far.
In addition to our Sunday services at 8am, 9:15am and 10am, there are many ways to get involved at All Saints’. We hope that our website will give you a sense of who we are and what we value and how much we want to share that with you.
Visitors are always welcome. We hope that you will find a spiritual home among
us whether you are passing through Peterborough or become a regular
member of our congregation. We want you to know that our doors are always
open to you!
Curious? Come on in! We would love for you to join us in worship.
A shot of our Godly Play classroom hearing about the wise and foolish virgins.
Hadley and Schuyler read from the lectern on Ageless Worship Sunday. All Saints' Church welcomes children and families and encourages full participation in the liturgy from people of all ages.
Weekly Service Times: 8:00am Rite I, 9:15am Informal Eucharist, Reynolds Hall, 10:00am, Rite II with Choir and Nursery Service
Click here- for the current general calendar. (Please Select ALL INTEREST GROUPS on the top right drop-down menu of the calendar for the most comprehensive list of events and meetings.)
A shot of the Peace Light, lit from an eternal flame burning at the Grotto in Bethlehem, and used to light our advent wreath in the company of a number of parishioners from several churches in Peterborough yesterday evening.
Advent Tuesdays with Mary
Every Tuesday during Advent, in Mary’s Chapel (the Lady’s Chapel), morning prayer will be said at 7:30 am, December 2nd, 9th, 16th, and 23rd. After morning prayer, Jamie will lead a discussion on the novella, The Testament of Mary, by Colm Toibin.
Much can be said about this novella- thoughtful, lyrical, not sentimental, even dark, strange, yet familiar. Mary is presented in her old age, guilt-ridden, sad, even angry, and resistant to telling her story. As her suffering is revealed, also revealed is our own humanity, which liberates the story to become more about us and less about Mary.
Come for morning prayer at 7:30 am, come for the book discussion at 8:00 am, or come for all, worshipper and wayfarer, alike. We will end sharply at 8:30 am for those who need to leave for work. Books will be available at the parish office.
Gifts for Juarez
A gentle reminder to please send gifts along to the address provided if you have sponsored a child at Centro Victoria. There are also three more children in need of sponsoring- please contact for more information.
Cirrus joyfully participating this past Sunday's Ageless Worship service.
ALL SAINTS' CHURCH WELCOMES OUR NEW RECTOR!
As those who have found a common spiritual home here at All Saints’ Church, we have long recognized that our church is a singular place, rich in beauty and tradition. We also have been blessed with a quality of leadership which has inspired our better natures into an evolving personal journey, enlightening our hearts with a finer understanding of how we are to come into harmony with one another and experience a closer walk with our creator.
Over the course of recent months, we have been challenged to consider again the foregoing truths as we have embarked together on our search for a new leader for our parish, confident that our best efforts and earnest prayer would yield the desired result. On behalf of the many people who have ministered to this end, we write joyfully and with gratitude announce the unanimous approval by our vestry and acceptance by the Reverend Jamie L. Hamilton of a call as rector of All Saints’ Church; to lead our congregation as our priest, confidant and compassionate friend.
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