SERVING GOD BY SERVING OTHERS

The All Saints Community is dedicated to growing in relationship with God, self, others, and all creation.

We invite and welcome people of all ages and walks of life into our intimate, inclusive, and compassionate community where we focus on spiritual nurture, education, and serving those who live in the Fayette County area.

  Ongoing Events
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<== All Saints YouTube channel link

Please see the entire Midweek Announcements for March 3 on the Weekly Announcements

Morning Prayer on YouTube is available. 

9:00AM

Mondays through Thursdays.

Sunday Service - 10:00AM

UPDATE

We are still under a COVID RED

status in Fayette County.

HOWEVER!! Sunday service will be live-streamed and IN-PERSON (with Eucharist) as long as we follow the Diocesan Guidelines.

Email will be sent out on Friday.

Evening Worship

Wednesdays at 5:30

in the nave at All Saints

Service with Holy Eucharist designed especially for those with health issues

Food for the Body and Soul!

Meals for Shut-ins

Meals will be cooked and delivered on

March 8 and 22

The old Lunch Bunch program is on hold for the time being.  The new program, Meals for Shut-ins will meet on the dates listed above at 10:30AM.  We need more volunteers to work in the kitchen! 

If you know someone who would like a home-cooked meal, please call the Office.   If you would like to come and help prepare the meals and/or distribute them, please let Sue Timmons know (or call the Office.)

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Join Rosa Huestis for Kids' Ministry

**Sunday, March 7 at 11:30 AM – There will be a “CLAY Date” on ZOOM with the kids.  Visit with Rosa Huestis and get to play with Play-Dough.  Yay!!

This is an exciting venture and one the kids will enjoy.

Upcoming Dates:  each Sunday in March at 11:30AM.

 

Special Lenten Devotions

and other info from Episcopal Relief & Development

       https://www.episcopalrelief. org/church-in-action/lent/#

       Devodownload

Check out our two new pages on this Site!

Re-Connecting at All Saints

and Notes from the PLT meetings

Your March Newsletter is available!