SPIRITUALITY BOOK GROUP Tuesday, 12 January, 7:00 pm, via Zoom In January, we are returning to Braiding Sweetgrass: Indigenous Wisdom, Scientific Knowledge, and the Teachings of Plants, by Robin Wall Kimmerer. In November’s discussion, we saw how Kimmerer describes her people’s sacred myths, … [Read more...] about SPIRITUALITY BOOK GROUP
At All Saints Parish, we believe the family is the primary place that faith is developed and nurtured. We eagerly partner with families to support the spiritual growth of their children and young people and are intentional about creating opportunities for families to come together in the … [Read more...] about FAMILIES
Sunday, 14 February, via Zoom “To bring about change, you must not be afraid to take the first step. We will fail when we fail to try.” -Rosa Parks. Our congregation’s conversations about dismantling racism will continue next month on Sunday, 14 February. For more information, contact: Jonas … [Read more...] about COURAGEOUS CONVERSATIONS
Third Tuesdays (via Zoom) 7:00-8:00 PM Mark’s Gospel will be the source of most of the Gospel readings during the 2020-2021 liturgical year. Our first meeting will focus on Mark 1:1-3:6 and use online materials from the Yale Bible Study website. The site’s section on Mark includes an … [Read more...] about BIBLE STUDY: MARK’S GOSPEL
August—Outdoor Communion Services. Beloved, For the next month, we will be experimenting with some outdoor worship. We will continue to livestream our main service on Sunday at 10:30 am for as long as necessary. However, as I noted in my July update, we are now ready to begin … [Read more...] about AUGUST UPDATE
Hear from some of our parishioners as they share what love looks like at All Saints. Please share your response to What does love look like at All Saints via this online form. Jonas Barciauskas https://youtu.be/L-KOjlbVv1c Bruce and Mary Keary https://youtu.be/zNd2PpoPb7I Brad … [Read more...] about WHAT DOES LOVE LOOK LIKE?
Beloved, By now you know that Governor Baker has included places of worship in the first phase of services which are allowed to open up under his “Safer at Home” guidance. On Monday, the bishops of the Episcopal Diocese of Massachusetts and Western Massachusetts also released a plan to move … [Read more...] about REGATHERING UPDATE—20 MAY 2020
We're collecting resources from around the web; things that are fun, helpful, and thoughtful. Things that might help parents and kids (or anyone really) navigate these days of necessary isolation. If you have resources to share send them to David. Faith Resources: The Faith 5 are five things to do … [Read more...] about RESOURCES FOR DAYS AT HOME