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New Strategic Partnership

Advent marks the beginning of the Christian New Year. And with the start of this New Year, All Saints’ Anglican Church is pleased to announce a new strategic partnership with Carizon Family Service. Carizon will now become the focal point for the outreach activities of All Saints’ as our local mission. Working together with Carizon, All Saints will be able to fully immerse ourselves in community development, walking with those…Keep Reading

The “Christmon” Tree at All Saints’

Have you ever looked closely at the Christmas tree which appears at the front of the church each year? The decorations have all been made by members of our church and are all Christians symbols. The type of ornament is known as a Christmon and a tree fully decorated like this may be called a Christmon tree. The symbols used represent a variety of biblical and theological concepts that are…Keep Reading

Church Chat Newsletter – September 2017

The September 2017 Edition of Church Chat is now available! Church Chat September 2017 copy

Diocesan Annual Golf Tournament

On Saturday, June 17, the Diocese held its 9th annual golf tournament in support of Outreach in Huron. Fifty-five golfers attacked the green fairways of Pine Knot in Dorchester in the name of sport, fellowship and outreach with the other purpose to see which foursome could drop that little white ball into the cup with the least amount of strokes. This year, though we held the tournament earlier in the…Keep Reading

June edition of Church Chat now available

June 2017 Church Chat is now available. ChurchChatJune2017(3)

A Tearful Goodbye

It is with sadness in our hearts that we have said goodbye to Rev Bob Sicard and Kathy Sicard. Rev Bob and Kathy have moved to Ottawa to be closer to their children and grandchildren. We also celebrate with them the joy of the birth of their second grandchild Elara. As a community of faith, we gathered together in prayer and worship on April 23rd, laid hands upon and sent…Keep Reading

Lent at All Saints

Lent at All Saints

March 1 marks the beginning of our Lenten journey. Ash Wednesday, known as a day of fasting, occurs 46 days before Easter. According to Matthew, Mark and Luke, Jesus Christ spent 40 days fasting in the desert, where he endured temptation by Satan. Lent originated as a mirroring of this fasting for 40 days as preparation for Easter. And since every Sunday is seen as a commemoration of the Sunday…Keep Reading

Book Club

Jan. 30/17 Host – Kay Cairns; Leader – Elizabeth Pinnel; Book – All the Life We Cannot See by Anthony Doerr

Newcomers, Friends, Neighbours And Our ‘Savvy Saints’!

Join us on the first Tuesday of each month (September to June), 1:30 to 3:30 p.m. for fellowship, a varied programme and light refreshments. Past programmes have included a board games/cards day, a personal journey with a spouse who developed Alzheimer’s and pharmaceutical impacts on seniors. All are welcome January 10, 2017 (note: this is the 2nd Tuesday rather than the 1st) February 7 March 7 April 4 May 2…Keep Reading

Welcome to All Saints’ New Digital Presence

Welcome to the newly redesigned website for All Saints Anglican Church. Building on our vision of who we are and who God is calling us to be, we have worked hard over the summer and fall to bring a fresh look to our web presence as a means to tell our story and the Story of Jesus Christ. The page is designed to be more interactive and flow to our…Keep Reading

New Children and Youth Pastor

All Saints is very excited to welcome Victoria Poole to the All Saints team. Tory will be taking up the position of Children and Youth pastor beginning September 11th. Tory has been a youth delegate to synod for seven years, and held positions on various committees such as PWRDF, Huron Hunger Fund, and diocesan council. She attended CLAY as a youth twice, as a leader in training for a third…Keep Reading

Save Your Used Postage Stamps

All Saints Church is now supporting The Leprosy Mission Canada by collecting Used Postage Stamps. Please help us by cutting off the stamps from the envelope, leaving approximately ¼ inch around the stamp. Leave them in the cardboard box provided on the table near Laurel Hall.