Welcome to All Saints'

 

A Special Organ Recital at All Saints' May 30, 2016

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Pub Chorale-2016 Slide Show

 

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+++Please click here for more detailed information on the "One Roof Community Diner" which started at All Saints' on February 29.+++

Chex News story about the "One Roof Communitu Diner" Click here

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The Bishop's Commission regarding the future direction of the Anglican/Lutheran parishes in Peterborough.

Special message from Geoff Howson, Incumbent of All Saints'

Minutes of Meeting 1 - Click here

Minutes of Meeting 2 - Click here

Minutes of Meeting 3 - Click here

Minutes of Meeting 4 - Click here

Minutes of Meeting 5 - Click here

Minutes of Meeting 6 - Click here

Minutes of Meeting 7 - Click here

Minutes of Meeting 8 - Click here

Minutes of Meeting 9 - Click here

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Minutes of Meeting 12 - click here

Minutes of Meeting 13 - Click here

Minutes of Meeting 14 - Click here

Minutes of Meeting 15 - Click here

Information items from the Commission (March 30, 2016) - Click here

Update from Commission Meeting (April 6) - Click here

Points to share from Commission (APRIL-2016) - Click here

Feedback report from April 17 Town Hall - Click here

 

Spiritual Context for the Commission - Jan/Feb 2016. Click here

Initial collection of information on Resources & Ministry. Click here

All Saints' Representatives are:

Geoff Matthews, Lois MacVichie and Dave Watton.

Commission Workplan - Jan 13, 2016

Click here to see the Terms of Reference for the Commission.

Canterbury Tales - news from the Primates' Meeting

Majority of primates call for temporary Episcopal Church sanctions.

Curry says primates' statement will be painfull for many Episcopalians:

"Many of us have committed ourselves and our church to being ‘a house of prayer for all people,’ as the Bible says, when all are truly welcome,”   Presiding Bishop Michael Curry of the The Episcopal Church

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Archbishop Johnson's Pastoral letter - March 3, 2016

Statement from the House of Bishops from its Special Meeting

Article in the Episcopal News Service regarding same sex marriage. Click here

‘THIS HOLY ESTATE’ The Report of the Commission on the Marriage Canon of the Anglican Church of Canada

 

The following comments/responses might be helpful:

Primate Fred Hiltz: Click here.

Andrew McGowan at Berkeley Divinity School at Yale: Click here.

The Living Church - Primate 2016: Click here

Primate Fred Hiltz - Click here

The Archbishop of Canterbury reflects on last week’s Primates’ Meeting - Click Here

 

Layreaders and Intercessors: Please check out "Leading Prayers in Church" under "Our Ministries -> Layreaders, Intercessors,..."

 

 

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All Saints’ is a welcoming faith community that affirms and celebrates the diversity of God’s people respecting the dignity of every human being.  Equal opportunity and respect exists for all.  We value your unique spiritual journey whether you are a newcomer, seeker or doubter.  We respect the opinion, leadership and participation of all regardless of gender, age or sexual orientation. If you are looking for a church that is inclusive, tolerant, respectful and celebrates all God’s people please visit or contact us.  If you are looking for a church of acceptance with opportunity for spiritual nurture, growth and service then All Saints’ may be the home for you.  

We provide a spiritual oasis of comfort for refreshment and renewal.  All Saints’ is an historic church in the heart of the Peterborough with members from all over the region and from a variety of faith backgrounds. We are known for uplifting and meaningful choral worship services. We offer opportunities for spiritual nurture, education and growth.  We provide enjoyable and fun social occasions to better know each other.

All Saints' also challenges us to better serve our neighbour by attempting to live as people of integrity and faith.  We follow the example of Jesus to nurture and serve all God’s people. We attempt to discover where God is active beyond the church.  We strive to create new opportunities for connecting in service with our neighbourhood and the neighbourhoods in which we all live.  We are concerned with those who are marginalized, impoverished and experience injustice.  We are engaged in ways to renew and re-strategize our mission.

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Church's Location:
235 Rubidge St., (corner of Sherbrooke St.)
Peterborough, ON
K9J 3N9
Telephone: 705-876-1501
Fax: 705-742-8962

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Office hours: 2 PM to 6 PM - Monday to Friday.

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Service Times

Sunday

08:30 AM Holy Eucharist (said Eucharist)

10:30 AM Choral Eucharist
Note: Choral Mattins at the 10:30 service on the 5th Sunday

Summer: 1 servive @ 09:30




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