Participating in Worship
Acolytes – Acolytes perform the ceremonial duties in our worship services, such as leading the procession and assisting with communion.
Choir – The choir Sunday service always welcomes new members. Rehearsal is at 7pm on Thursdays in the choir room.
Lay Eucharistic Ministers – These men and women are licensed to administer communion, either in the service or to our homebound parishioners and also assist in the readings.
Altar Guild – The All Saints’ Altar Guild prepares the church and altar for services, provides the communion bread, launders the linens and performs other duties in relation to our services.
Mission and Outreach
All Saints’ Parish Youth has Bible Study and Fellowship, every other Wednesday from 4:30 to 6:30 PM. Contact person: Melissa Sese: Text or call (408)674-6462, or firstname.lastname@example.org; Bernadette Almodiel: Text or call (702) 449-9475, or email email@example.com
The Brotherhood of St. Andrew – The Brotherhood was started 1883 on St. Andrew’s Day, at St James Episcopal Church, in Chicago Il.
No parish needs just another men’s organization, but every parish needs a ministry to its men and boys. Any baptized Christian man or boy may be a member of the Brotherhood. However, only men who are confirmed in an Anglican or Episcopalian church may become officers.
Our chapter at All Saint’s was inducted on All Saints Day 2009. We are the first in the State of Nevada.
Some of our missions to date are assisting the Amazing Grace Ministry in feeding the street people and candy Stripping at the Boulder City Veterans Hospital. We are involved with Nellis Air Force Base, assisting them in their start of a Brotherhood chapter. and there are many irons in the fire with future projects. All in all it is a very rewarding association. We are a 14 member Chapter, which meet the second Saturday of every month in classroom # 2 in the church patio at 8:30 AM. We would love to see other young boys and men join us in prayer and outreach.
The Saint Mary Magdalene Chapter of the Daughters of the King – The Daughters of the King is an Order for women in the Episcopal Church with Chapters in the Roman Catholic, Anglican, and in the Evangelical Lutheran Churches in America. Daughters are dedicated to prayer and service For Christ’s Sake.
Project Linus at All Saints’ – Project Linus is a national organization consisting of hundreds of local chapters and thousands of volunteers across the United States. The volunteers and local chapters work together to help us achieve the mission to provide love, a sense of security, warmth and comfort to children who are seriously ill, traumatized, or otherwise in need through the gifts of new, handmade blankets and afghans, and to provide a rewarding and fun service opportunity for interested individuals and groups in local communities, for the benefit of children in need. Since its inception in 1995, Project Linus has distributed over two million blankets through an area coordinator to fire and police departments to be given to young victims, to hospitals for “preemies,” to military support groups for the children of fallen service personnel, and to children’s counselors, homeless shelters and hospitals, anywhere there are traumatized children in need of some sense of security, warmth and comfort.
The All Saints’ chapter of Project Linus has provided over 300 blankets to children in distress in less than 3 years. We meet on the last Saturday of each month at 10:30 am in the Eleanor Williams Library at All Saints’, and all are welcome to just drop by. Meetings will resume in January.
The Nevada Partnership for Homeless Youth, Las Vegas – Supporting the shelter food pantry and providing meals and other needs to the young people served by the shelter
Volunteers at Christ Church Food Pantry – Collecting and distributing food to needy families and individuals.
Supporting students and staff of Gibson Middle School– Providing school supplies at the beginning of the school year, sweatshirts in cool weather, Easter and Christmas Food Baskets, and otherwise supporting the students and their families
Tuition Scholarships for All Saints’ Day School students – Expanding the ministry of our school to children and families
Assisting at Christ Church with the “Family Promise”program, providing temporary housing to homeless families.
If you are interested in participating in any of our outreach projects – or have ideas for new ones – contact Joan McClenahan.