All Saints’ has many different groups that are critical to the life and success of our parish community.
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Chancel Guild is responsible for preparing the Sanctuary for all services. They are also responsible for the decorating of the Church for special times of year (Christmas, Easter, etc).
Welcome people to the Church, provide bulletins for the Service, receive the Offering, and assist the Clergy and members of the congregation. In addition to Sunday Services, we assist at funerals, and other special Services such as those at, Advent, Christmas, and Easter.
The first priority of the Choir at All Saints’ Church is the enhancement of the liturgy at both the 10:30 Service on Sundays and at special services throughout the year. The Choir sings a wide variety of music in differing styles, from plainchant to contemporary settings of the Eucharist.
The All Saints’ Prayer Chain is a group of dedicated parishioners who believe in the “power” of prayer! Our Prayer Ministry is on active duty 365 days a year. People know we are here! They phone us, stop us after service or in the grocery store and ask to be included in our prayers. Knowing that others care, pray and keep us close in heart reassures all of us that we’re not alone on this earthly journey.
Opportunities exist for parishioners to participate in the important ministry of pastoral care.The All Saints’ pastoral care team currently consists of the clergy including the incumbent, retired clergy and parish deacons and several lay visitors. We visit primarily our own members in hospital, retirement/nursing centres and members’ homes.
There are a number of ways that we can increase our Knowledge and Understanding of the Christian Faith.
The Parish Library is also a great resource for all ages.
These people assist at regular and special services. Their duties include: carrying of crosses and candles, assisting at the altar, etc.
Eucharistic Ministers assist the clergy at the Eucharist by administering the consecrated wine to those attending the service.
Lay Readers are a valuable part of all our services. They read the lessons appointed for the day.
Intercessors present “the prayers of the people” at our Services.