The clergy and staff of All Saints’, along with leadership at the Diocese of Arizona, continue to monitor the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic. Your comfort, safety, and health are very important to us. As such, we strongly encourage every eligible adult to become vaccinated for COVID-19. Mask wearing remains optional for those who have been fully vaccinated for COVID-19. "Fully vaccinated” means an individual is more than 14 days past the final dose of the vaccine. While not required, mask wearing is now strongly encouraged by the CDC for all persons, whether they are fully vaccinated or not. Along with Bishop Reddall, the clergy and staff of All Saints’ encourage everyone to do what is right for ourselves and for others.
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Worship With Us Online
SUNDAY, OCTOBER 24
10:15am Rosary Prayer
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Mon-Fri 9am Morning Prayer
(Wednesday 9am - join Pastor Emilie in-person in the Chapel
for Morning Prayer, with annointing for healing following)
Mon-Thu 5:30pm Evening Prayer
Reach out to our leadership.
The Rev. Dan Burner, Interim Rector
David English, Senior Warden
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What can you do to help?
Continue to support us as you always have.
Keep us posted on what's going on with you.
Help us watch over one another.
Be kind to all.
photo credit: Andrew Cipriano, Head of Lower School, March 13, 2020.
We invite you to experience our rich Episcopal tradition of timeless liturgy, lifelong learning, and a dedication to providing the finest traditional music from our Anglican heritage. It supports us, guides us, and inspires us to grow deeper in our faith, in communion with God in Christ, and with others.
Nourished by the Word and Sacraments, we are given the tools to put our faith into action . . . here, in our community, and throughout the world. Children and youth are a vital part of our community, and we are committed to providing a place for their spiritual formation to enable them to live out their faith with joy in the world around us.
Our strong sense of community unites us in a wide variety of ministries as we pray, learn, and serve together, connecting with each other and God to make a difference wherever we find ourselves. Join us for a worship service, a class, a fellowship event, or chat with our clergy or members to learn more.
Our Annual Report for 2020 is online. It is a snapshot of one of the strangest years in our lifetime, and how All Saints' continued to be a place of ministry and spiritual refreshment.
Click here to view or print it. (It's 44 pages)
Wherever you are in your journey of faith, we hope you will feel the loving, transforming presence of God here. If you are looking for a church home, we invite you to get to know us better. You may fill out a visitor card or speak with a hospitality volunteer or clergy person at any service. Feel free to call the Church Office during the week at 602.279.5539 to share the next steps in exploring membership.
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Here are some quick links that might be helpful as a newcomer:
+ Our Mission/What We Believe
+ Our Campus/Location
+ What To Expect
+ Weekly Services
+ Events Calendar
All Saints’ Episcopal Church welcomes you to explore The Saint John’s Bible with us. By the grace of God, several anonymous donors from the parish have gifted our future generations with the full Heritage Edition of The Saint John’s Bible. Seven calf-skin bound, museum-quality reproductions of the first completely handwritten, illuminated Bible commissioned by a Benedictine monastery in over 500 years, a housed permanently at All Saints’. Whether you have a deep reverence for Scripture, are drawn to the precise work of the quill, are an avid art collector, or are fascinated by the making of the Saint John’s Bible, you now have the opportunity to experience this unique blend of ancient methods, materials, and tools with today’s themes, images, and technology.
May the same Holy Spirit that illumined the hearts of the book’s artists illumine our hearts through its presence among us. Watch for details on upcoming events, viewing opportunities, and more. Sign up for our email newsletter by emailing your contact information to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Creation, Donald Jackson, Copyright 2003, The Saint John’s Bible, Saint John’s University, Collegeville, Minnesota, USA. Used by permission. All rights reserved.