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Living Stones

  • 6 times a year, our MANNA team cooks a hot meal and serves 120-160 guests living on the margins.  More than 80 parishioners and guests have contributed to this effort.
  • Some repertoire!  over the last year, the choir sang 114 different choral works, not counting weekly psalms.
  • The designer of our church, Ralph Adams Cram, is one of only two architects honored in the Episcopal Calendar of Saints.  (Dec. 16)

  • Rotating exhibits in the Guild Room highlight and support local artists, including artists from the Common Art project of homeless and/or low-income artisans.
  • In the last eight years, All Saints parishioners have built at five Habitat for Humanity sites for a total of 15 builds. Four of them have since opened and have owners.