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  • Sunday Adult Christian Education

    Adult Christian Education resumes at 10:10am Sundays in St. Barbara  

    Join us this program year (September – May) as we walk The Path, along with our children and youth. The editors of The Path describe it this way: it “offers readers a clear and easy-to-read introduction to the grand story of the Bible. Follow the path of God’s love all the way from the beginning to the end, from Adam’s creation to John’s  revelation. The Path is an experience unlike any other: an amazing 360-degree overview of the vast, sweeping epic of God’s extraordinary love for ordinary people.” You may read ahead in your own copy (available through Forward Movement) during the week, or simply join us on Sundays (no preparation required) as we explore the “greatest hits” of the Bible. 

    October 1: The Path, Chapter 4 (“Joseph Had a Dream”)

    October 8: The Rev. Canon Victor Austin discusses his book, "Losing Susan" about his wife's 34 year battle with cancer. 

    October 15: The Path, Chapter 5 (“I AM WHO I AM”)

    October 22: All Parish Potluck Brunch "The Big Connect" 

    Everyone is invited! Plus we are recognizing anyone who has been baptized this past year. Bring a dish to share and gather with your All Saints' Family in the St. Barbara meeting rooms and patio. 

    October 29: The Path, Chapter 6 (“The Waters Were Divided”)

    November 5: The Path, Chapter 7 (“The Wall Fell Down Flat”)

  • What's Up For Children, Youth & Families

    This Weekend

    All Saints’ Nursery for babies to 4 years

    Sunday mornings 8:30am to 12:30am in the church’s north wing.

    Children’s Chapel this Sunday, October 22 at 9am in the Chapel. 

    No Christian Education this Sunday. Join us at "The Big Connect" Parish Potluck Brunch at 10:10am

    in St. Barbara. 


    All Saints’ Episcopal Day School HARVEST FAIR

    Thursday, October 19 from 3-7pm

    It’s that time of year again! The Annual Harvest Fair will take over the All Saints’ Episcopal Day School campus. Fun for all ages, please stop by with your family, friends and neighbors to enjoy the festivities of the season! Harvest Fair highlights include a professional-grade haunted house, chili cook off, field games, pumpkin decorating, stuffed animal walk, cake walk, carnival games, and so much more! The Tiger Dads will be grilling hotdogs, hamburgers and serving root beer floats.   High School Students: $15; Pre-K to 4th Grade Students: $35; 5th-8th Grade Students: $40; Parents: Free.

  • Shoulders Down: Conversations Beyond Our Bubble

    Join us on Tuesday, December 5

    in the St. Barbara Meeting Rooms

    This evening's discussion: What does healthy news and social media look like?

    It seems almost impossible to talk about life in 2017 without also talking about the state of "The Media." Especially if you include social media in this category. How often has the media been the story the media is covering? We are surrounded by information - awash in words and images - yet many people feel less informed, less able to distinguish between fact and fiction, less certain of the line between news and entertainment. Is there a line? Should there be a line? It seems more and more the media is described as a force happening to us, rather than a thing of our own making. How do you see and feel the media impact in your life? Are you comfortable with the media? How would you like to see it change or grow?

    Join us to share stories around the media, how you have interacted with it in your life, and where you feel it could or should go from here. The more diverse the backgrounds and ideologies of those in our Conversations, the more opportunities for each of us to learn and grow. Everyone has a story to tell. We hope you will bring yours to our Conversation Circle, and even a friend or two with a different perspective to share.

    Light refreshments are available. We encourage you to bring a friend with you to the Shoulders Down Conversation Circle, especially someone who challenges your ideological bubble.

    RSVP at https://www.eventbrite.com/e/shoulders-down-conversation-circle-what-does-healthy-news-media-look-like-tickets-38882705218

  • The Big Connect

    Sunday, October 22

    Join us for a potluck brunch at 10am! This is a chance for anyone and everyone to connect in fellowship! We will also be recognizing anyone who has been baptized in the last year-- it’s a baptism reunion! Bring a dish to share and a friend, we will gather in the St. Barbara rooms and patio.


    Wednesday, November 8
    Join us for the healing Eucharist at 10:00am in the Chapel followed by the class: “All About the Saints” at 10:45am in the Chapel (after the Eucharist). Everyone is welcome. We will meet in St. Barbara for lunch and the program at 12:00noon.   

  • Men's Breakfast

    Next gatherings:  Thursday, November 9

    Join the men of All Saints' for breakfast and conversation on the second Thursday of each month, from 7-8am at Scott's Generations Deli at its new location on the Northeast corner of 7th Street and Glendale (in the old Qdoba location--Madison Village Marketplace, 742 E. Glendale Ave).  All ages welcome. 

  • All Saints' Prison Ministry

    Imagine waking up on Christmas morning, alone, surrounded by concrete and without your family. That's the reality for the incarcerated. More than 600 women at Perryville have signed up to receive a Christmas Card. Every single one of the women that signs up to receive cards also participate in the Episcopal ministry at the prison; and, for many, ours will be the only Christmas Card they receive. Join the Prison Ministry team on Tuesday, October 24 at 6:30pm in St. Barbara to write these important cards. Enjoy a cookie, some fellowship, and start spreading holiday joy.  

    Upcoming Dates:

    November 28, January 23, March 20, and May 22 – 6:30-8pm – Birthday Cards

    February 20 and April 24 – 6:30-8pm– Mother’s Day Cards (more than 600 women sign up to receive cards)   Donations of postage and cards are welcome and appreciated.  

    Ever wanted to be an Angel?  Here’s a chance to earn your wings!

    There are more than 200,000 children in Arizona with one or more parents incarcerated. The Angel Tree is a Prison Fellowship that connects parents in prison to their children through the delivery of Christmas gifts. This year, All Saints’ will sponsor Christmas gifts for 25 children, while delivering the gospel and reminding these children that they remain in the thoughts and hearts of their absent parent. We will need everything from crafters, to logistics managers to make this effort a success. If you feel called to deliver the gift of a parents love to a child at Christmas, please contact Lora Villasenor.

    If you have any questions about this ministry, please contact Lora Villasenor at lmvillasenor@msn.com.

  • Spiritual Gifts Workshop

    Our next spiritual gifts workshop is October 22, at 12:30pm. Anyone 16 years and older (or teens who are confirmed) are invited to participate! Spiritual gifts are the unique talents and abilities God has gifted you with for serving in God’s kingdom. Registration required, please sign up with Pastor Baker by October 8. There is some pre-work required. Child care available if requested in advance. Contact jbaker@allsaints.org for more information.

  • Church History Workshop

    Take a trip back in time! Join us for a quick and fun survey of church history across the ages. Sunday, November 12, at 2:30pm. This 1½ hour class will include discussion and Q & A with clergy. Join us for an afternoon of fun and learning.  Help us prepare the correct amount of materials by emailing jbaker@allsaints.org.

  • PACC-911 & All Saints' Pet Adoptathon

    Saturday, November 4 from 10am to 3pm

    Choose from hundreds of pets looking for their forever home.

    From over 45 rescue organizations.

    Great food! Animal Blessings! Lots of parking. Lots of fun for all ages!


  • Weekly Centering Prayer

    Saturdays 8:30am, the All Saints’ Centering Prayer Group has weekly meetings in the Chapel. This time of prayer is open to anyone who is interested in practicing the ancient, yet timely practice of Centering Prayer, or learning more about it. The Practice of Centering Prayer familiarizes us with God’s first language – SILENCE. Participation in a weekly Centering Prayer group encourages perseverance in your individual practice, further input through resources and discussions, and an opportunity to share the spiritual journey. Additional information can be found in the Centering Prayer brochure, located in the tract rack, or by contacting Robin Wright at rbnrit@cox.net, Sara Soller at sara.soller@gmail.com, or Jennifer King at jbk393@yahoo.com.


  • Got Prayer?

    Are you happy with your prayer life? Would you like to learn more about prayer? Would you like to join with others and explore the practice of prayer? The Prayer Team offers a class that is a general primer on prayer and provides the background required for an invitation to potentially join the All Saints' Prayer Team ministry. Contact Tim Hyland for information at thyland@cavanaghlaw.com.  

  • Outreach Opportunities  

    FAITH IN ACTION Opportunities

    Are you seeking ways to give back to our community? Are you in need of tangible ways to say thank you for all the gifts you’ve been given?  Here are some opportunities to provide your time and talents to some of our partner organizations:

    To volunteer with St. Mary’s Food Bank Alliance:


    To volunteer with Andre House:


    To volunteer with ICM Food and Clothing Bank:


    To volunteer with Feed My Starving Children:


    To volunteer with Homeward Bound Pathways Out of Poverty: 


    To volunteer with Phoenix Rescue Mission:


    Contact Mother Davis at hdavis@allsaints.org and let her know when and where you’ll be doing your ministry. She’s love to hook you up with others who are also giving back to our community. 

  • Intrinsic Melodies: 

    Music for the Young and Young-at-Heart

    Megan Reed offers high quality and fun music education for parents and children with classes on our campus.

    Toddlers (walking –3)  
    Kids (2s and 3s)  

    Big Kids (ages 4-5)  

    Young Musicians (K-Grade 2) 

    Introductory Rates: $70/month or $200/4 month semester. 

    Simply Music Piano by appointment. (Age 6 - adult) Contact Megan to set up a time. 

    $30/private lesson or $20/group lesson.

    More information at im-music.com
    Taught by: Megan Reed, Master of Music Performance,
    Yale University, Master of Music Education, VanderCook College
    of Music. Contact Megan at 602-327-0493 or mbreed73@gmail.com.

  • Friends of Music Book Sale Donations

    Time to recycle your books, puzzles, CDs, DVDs, and audio-books. The cart in the narthex/lobby is for your donations for our annual Friends of Music Book Sale in January.  Enjoy less clutter in your home and provide worthwhile contributions to one of our best fundraisers.  Questions, contact Mary Alice Preston at mapresto@cox.net