Life at all saints' church

We believe that church is more than a building we gather in on Sunday mornings. All Saints' Church is vibrant, dynamic community of believers, each with our own journeys, ideas and passions. We bring our projects, our expertise and our individual faith experiences to bear on not just the liturgy but on the programs we offer for our parishioners and the wider community. There are many ways to be involved and we look forward to learning about you and how your vision will enrich our community. 

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Community Discernment Process

As the All Saints' community prepares to celebrate the Centennial of our church, we can take great pride in All Saints' rich heritage, as well as look forward to and plan for our next hundred years as a community of Christian faith.  At the Annual Meeting, Jamie Hamilton discussed the importance of our collective discernment in shaping the vision for the future, as well as consider the practical factors associated with implementation of our church's ministries.

The first stage of this planning process invites all parishioners to participate in one of several 'cottage' meetings that will occur during March.  These one-hour cottage meetings will be small, involving groups of approximately 10 individuals, lead by parishioners who have been trained in facilitating the discernment discussion process. 

Sign up sheets, regarding the dates / times and locations of the cottage meetings, will be available in the OPH and Reynolds Hall. Meeting dates will be scheduled throughout March. These dates offer several options, including Sundays following worship services, as well as several Wednesday evenings. Your participation and input is extremely important in helping to inclusive decisions that guide All Saints' now and into the future. We look forward to your involvement in our Discernment Process!

If you'd like to review the timeline of the process, please click here

If you'd like to read Jamie's opening letter, please click here