Living Through the Time of COVID-19



April 11

9am Holy Eucharist + Holy Baptism

in the Close Garden

11am Holy Eucharist

in the Close Garden

NO SIGN-UPs needed before

JUST SIGN-INs when you get there



When you arrive at the entrance to the Close,

please add your name, email, phone, and

names of everyone in your group--then find a seat. 



ALL THINGS, ALL SAINTS', click here. 

Pray . . .

ONLINE WORSHIP from All Saints'

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Sunday, April 11

9am EASTER II -- Holy Eucharist

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Sunday 10:15am Rosary Prayer 


Click here to view or print the Rosary Prayer Guidebook

Sunday Virtual Sunday School for Children & Youth at 11am



Monday-Fridays 9am  Morning Prayer


Monday-Thursdays 5:30pm Evening Prayer


Learn . . .

Watch for upcoming classes that we will be broadcasting online.  

Here are some online resources for the "tools" of our trade.  

Book of Common Prayer

Daily Prayer by Forward Movement

All Saints' "How to Pray Morning and Evening Prayer"

All Saints' Litany of Healing used at Morning Prayer

Daily Bible Readings

Oremus Bible Browser

Brother, Give Us A Word (Society of St. John the Evangelist)

Quick-Links Page on



Click here for the 2020-2021 reading list

For more information, contact Grant Washburn at 623-215-7849 or  

Serve  & Connect . . .

Right now, while in-person gatherings are discouraged, please call friends and family to check in with one another.  Particularly, check in on those who are not comfortable online or have Internet access. Not everyone texts. So be conscious of your loved ones' preferred method of communication. 


For those battling any form of mental illness, be it anxiety, depression, OCD, ADHD, etc. times like these can be truly overwhelming. We may be required to physically distance ourselves from others, but we need to keep in contact in any other ways we can. So call, text, FaceTime, Skype, use social media, send a card, whatever, but keep in touch, especially with those you know are also battling other issues. We all need to know there are people out there who care about us right now.

Taking care of each other is the best way we can serve the common good. 

Loneliness is a struggle for everyone right now and recent surveys indicate that almost half of Americans are having feelings of depression or anxiety as the effects of social distancing drain our spirits. All Saints’ developed an educational brochure to help you and the people you care about manage loneliness in the midst of pandemic. In it you will find ideas for addressing loneliness when life requires us to stay apart from each other. We also invite you to explore the Loneliness in America Project for other resources and education. Loneliness has been a significant problem in the United States for many years but the pandemic of 2020, and the self-isolating behavior it forced on us, makes this distressing state of mind an almost universal experience.

Upcoming Fellowship


New year, fresh start. Time for a Covid mental and spiritual reset? Join the Gathering to Grow family! Find out why G2G makes such a difference in people’s lives. Alumni say:


“It’s something very personal and hope-giving.”

“I can say that I have thoroughly enjoyed this group.”

“I always find readings thought-provoking and enlightening.”

“This is something very special.”

“I am so amazed and grateful at how quickly and with such open arms and seeming no reservations you both whole-heartedly welcomed me.”


Lucian Taylor and Deacon Patrice Taylor are delighted to introduce the Spring 2021 session of Gathering to Grow starting Monday evening, February 1, at 6:30pm. First and third Mondays for six virtual sessions via Zoom. The dates are February 1, 15, March 1, 15, April 5, 19.   

We will spend this Covid winter, Lent, and Easter together and, as always, walk life’s journey in community through pray, laughter, and learning. Lucian plans a fascinating bible study during which we will explore the idea of new beginnings by looking at the creation stories in Genesis, the Gospel of John, and Revelation. So start this new year with a new opportunity for community! Contact Deacon Patrice at to sign up.


Virtual Men's Breakfast NOW EVERY THURSDAY

Deacon Bade invites the All Saints’ men to come together for a Virtual Men’s Breakfast on Zoom every Thursday at 8am.  To join on the day, click on the link to Join the Men’s Breakfast Zoom Meeting below. Join us when you are able.  Bring your favorite coffee mug, tea cup, and breakfast; be that fruit, toast, or fried eggs and sizzling bacon. There is no agenda for the gathering, just friendly conversation.  Questions, please email Deacon Bade:  To Join the Men’s Breakfast Zoom Meeting Click on the link below:

Virtual Women's Breakfast NOW EVERY FRIDAY

All women of All Saints' are invited to join the All Saints' Women's Breakfast group every Friday at 9:30am on Zoom. The meeting is BYOC (bring your own coffee)! Simply click this link:

and follow the instructions on your screen to join the meeting! (If prompted, you may need to enter the Meeting ID: 899 7988 3593 or Password: 411001).Questions?, contact Pastor Emilie Finn at  

Resources for Children, Youth & Families

We will share curriculum, coloring pages, and other materials to keep your family active and faith-focused through this extra time at home. Just click on the links to access the documents.

Virtual Sunday School on Sundays at 11am on You Tube and Facebook. 

Through stories, music, and hands-on crafts and activities, our Sunday School students will learn stories from the life and teaching of Jesus this spring, culminating in the events of Holy Week, Easter, and Pentecost. Join our wonderful staff and volunteer teachers every Sunday at 11am on Facebook & YouTube! Questions, contact Pastor Emilie at

For more information, or to sign up for the Friday Email, contact Pastor Emilie at

Pastor Emilie's "Story of the Lord's Prayer" Coloring Book

This booklet was created by Pastor Emilie to help children learn the Lord's Prayer. Children can color each page, read the prayer to their parents, or have their parents read it to them, and even use it as a fun tool for memorization over time.

Weekly Gospel-themed Coloring Pages

Click here to print a page that ties in with the current's week Gospel lesson that children can color and parents can teach from.

Prayers of Comfort for Troubling Times