All Saints is a community of faith, committed to living out the teachings of Jesus Christ as best we can and to offering a spiritual home to all who seek God. In addition to the people who gather here each weekend to worship God in the Episcopal tradition, there are many others who gather here to worship in Korean, to provide a safe and caring space for pre-school children, to rehearse and perform beautiful music, to share in the art of photography, and to do the difficult but grace-filled work of personal transformation through numerous 12-Step groups. Below are some of the groups who are part of our community and who also call All Saints “home.”
Corner Co-Op Nursery School
Founded by All Saints parishioners in 1972, the Corner Co-op Nursery School is now an independent 501(c)(3) organization. Using the All Saints Nursery and adjoining classrooms, the Corner Co-op provides an exciting and safe place for children to initiate and choose, be free and responsible, experiment and discover, play and make friends. We nurture an environment where children’s natural, organic need to learn and grow is facilitated through a participatory, holistic and dialogue-centered process. Corner Co-op offers a unique opportunity to participate in your child’s formative years and create an extended family with others. Entering our 46th year, we invite you to visit our website at www.cornercoop.org.
The Evergreen Korean Church of Boston
Since 1997, All Saints has welcomed The Evergreen Church of Boston.
We are a member of the Korean American Presbyterian Church. Our Joy is to share the Gospel with souls who come to Boston. We grow together as disciples and live together as God’s children in the world. For the last 20 years, we have been growing as a community of Jesus Christ under the grace of God and our beloved family, All Saints.
“Come to me, all who are weary and burdened, and I will give you rest” Anyone who seeks the Truth is welcome. www.evergreenboston.org
Women of Wisdom
Women of Wisdom, from the Ruah Interfaith Spirituality Program of Cooperative Metropolitan Ministries, is an open group of diverse voices sharing aspects of graceful living and inspirational ways for facing challenges. We offer a much needed respite from the concerns of daily life: a place to cultivate meaningful connections through on-going discussions that nourish our spiritual selves.
Meetings are always the 2nd Thursday of the month from 10:00 AM to 1:30 PM in the All Saints Guild Room.
The Ruah Interfaith Spirituality Program of Cooperative Metropolitan Ministries
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Boston Camera Club
Established in 1881, the Boston Camera Club is a non-profit organization dedicated to the advancement of photography as an art and science.
Club activities are held throughout the year while regular weekly meetings are on Tuesday evenings from September through June. Programs are planned to interest all photographers, from beginners to skilled artisans. Guests and prospective members are welcome at any of the club’s meetings.
Established in 1876, The Boston Cecilia is a group of select musicians that performs a broad repertoire of choral works with historical sensitivity as a guiding principle. Cecilia continues a rich tradition of premieres, groundbreaking period instrument productions, and masterpiece performances through its concerts. The Boston Cecilia and All Saints have enjoyed a special relationship since 1969, and the chorus performs here at least twice a year, including its traditional Christmas concert each season.
Brookline Symphony Orchestra
The Brookline Symphony Orchestra provides qualified volunteer musicians under professional leadership an opportunity to enhance their skills while enriching the cultural life of the community through affordable performances and outreach events.
We are actively working to ensure that the Brookline Symphony Orchestra becomes a vital part of Brookline’s cultural life — a community orchestra in the truest sense of the word. In addition to our traditional concerts each season, we plan a number of free outreach events annually, including free full orchestra concerts at schools, nursing homes, and hospitals.
We are honored to give Brookline an orchestra to be proud of, for both its musical achievements and its community involvement.
Cantata Singers is a Boston-based chorus and orchestra inspired by the musical genius of Johann Sebastian Bach. Our concerts explore relationships in music from the 17th century to today and invite exploration of Bach’s profound and continuing influence on our music, our culture, and ourselves. Our education program, Classroom Cantatas, teaches songwriting and choral singing to underserved Boston schoolchildren, guided by the belief that all children deserve the means to express their creative voices.
The Metropolitan Chorale is a 100-voice auditioned chorus, and one of Boston’s premier vocal ensembles. The Chorale is a vibrant community of musicians drawn together by a commitment to performing stellar repertoire at high standards, while fostering a warm, welcoming atmosphere. Led by Music Director Lisa Graham and four young Artists-in-Residence, the Chorale was recently praised by The Boston Musical Intelligencer for “its fine blend and well-shaped phrasing,” as well as its “sophisticated but equally heartfelt” interpretations. In a review of its debut appearance with The Boston Pops in December 2013, Broadway World applauded the ensemble for its “outstanding vocal talent [and] exceptional charisma.”