Sermon for September 1, 2019 Happy September. Happy Twelfth Sunday after Pentecost and Day before Labor Day. I am so grateful to be here this morning and to help lead us through our Sunday worship and scripture contemplation. On this beautiful September 1st, I am also acutely aware that this
This FAQ has been prepared by the vestry for the community at All Saints Parish to share information about our Rector’s sabbatical which will run from 19 May 2019 until 8 September 2019, and what our role will be in his absence. What is a sabbatical? The word sabbatical has its roots in the
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24 December, 4:00 pm, Christmas Eve service, music begins at 3:30 pm 24 December, 11:00 pm, Candlelight Christmas Eve service, music begins at 10:30 pm 25 December, 10:00 am, Spoken Christmas Service with hymns.
Sunday, Oct. 21 from 1:30 to 3 "Hidden Brookline" is providing a special tour to All Saints as part of our ongoing learning series about racism in our lives. The tour, led by historian Barbara Brown, is centered around Brookline Village and runs about 1.25 miles for a duration of about 90
29 September - 2 November Use our prayer journal found here (or pick one up at church) to reflect this fall on the theme of becoming a living stone. Each entry has a prayer for that day's saint, a reflection written by an All Saints parishioner, and space for you to write your own
MANNA Monday Lunch Parish Partners Participated in Gift Exchange at Cathedral Installation of New Dean Last Saturday, as a part of the tradition of exchanging gifts, All Saints representatives Richard and Ginny Adams, along with representatives from St. John’s Church, Newtonville; Trinity Church