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All Saints Episcopal Church

Todos Los Santos

Come as you are!

From the Priest in Charge

Reflection of the Week

Holy is not the one who never sins, but the one who repents and reconciles, changes and with the strength of God does not do it again. Holiness does not consist in never making mistakes or sinning . “Holiness grows with the capacity for conversion, repentance, availability to start over, and above all with the capacity for reconciliation and forgiveness.”

Have a blessed week full of forgiveness, reconciliation that leads to Peace!

Fr Rafael Pereira

By |July 27th, 2021|

Events and Announcements 

Annual Meeting

The Parish Annual Meeting will be held on January 23rd.

The schedule is:

9:00 am English Language Service

10:00-11:30 Annual Meeting (Continental Breakfast will be available.)

12:00 pm Spanish Language Service

By |January 3rd, 2022|

End of Year Mass (Spanish Language)

This Friday, January 31st, at 4 pm,  there will be an end-of-year Mass in Spanish. The celebration is in thanksgiving for last year and to present intentions and resolutions for the coming year. Rev. Jorge Hernandez from Christ Church and Rev. Rafael Pereira from All Saints will co-celebrate.

By |December 29th, 2021|

Agatha Ramirez Internment

Agatha Ramirez’ Ashes will be interred in the Columbarium at All Saints’ on Saturday, December 18 at 4:00pm. All are welcome.

By |December 15th, 2021|

Other Blogs

Diocesan Letter on Covid Protocols

Greetings, Family in Christ. It is my prayer that 2022 is a time of health and happiness and growth for all of us, as it seems as though we have been weary and scared and dormant for the last two years. Too many of our loved ones have died. Yet God is among us, and the good news is that we have so many green shoots stemming from the Holy Spirit, with healing and happiness and promise; and a Bishop-Elect! But with humility I must deliver this message. Please be vigilant about the COVID numbers. Omicron is raging, and

By |January 10th, 2022|

Stewardship at All Saints’/Todos Los Santos 2021

"Every generous act of giving, with every perfect gift, is from above . . ." James 1:17, NRSV Every message about our pledge campaign begins with Gratitude, and I am so very grateful for all the ways that our parishioners met the challenges of this year, and found ways to share a community of love and joy with our neighbors.  Thank you. Our stewardship campaign theme this year is "Every Perfect Gift" and reminds us how every thing that we receive and everything we give comes from God.  Gifts can consist of time, talents or treasure.  Talents, the blessings with which

By |October 20th, 2021|

Sermon from 9/5

I found this meme on Facebook and thought it fit today’s lessons. “We are not all in the same boat. We are in the same storm. Some have yachts, some have canoes and some are drowning. Just be kind and help whoever you can.” I think, though, that there is more than one single storm that we all find ourselves in but we all share in the same storms but have different boats for each storm. Sometimes we get hyperfocused on the big storms in the world, climate change, racial injustice, global terrorism and political divisions to name a few,

By |September 8th, 2021|

Greetings from your Music Director!

Hello everybody! I hope you have all had a wonderful summer! I would like to welcome you all back to a somewhat more regular musical program at All Saints. We will be starting up Choir in semi-regular fashion on Sept.5. Every Sunday, the choir will meet at 9:00am to warm up and review the service music for the day. The choir will also meet on Sept.9 and Sept.23 at 7pm for practice! So far the plan is to do at least one anthem per month and in some cases two anthems. Pending on what kind of restrictions we will be

By |September 4th, 2021|

From the Deacon 8/19

"May you live in interesting times." According to tradition this is a Chinese curse, though there is no factual basis for this. None the less, we have been cursed with interesting times. We have drought, forest fires, increasingly powerful hurricanes and typhoons brought on by climate change. We are struggling with a global pandemic. We also have political and social schisms  enflamed by mistrust of the media and authority. So, what are we as followers of Jesus to do? Maybe those old wrist bands with "WWJD" had the right idea. What would Jesus do? He also lived in interesting

By |August 19th, 2021|

Virtual Services

Due to the rise in COVID infections, the diocese has directed all parishes to return to Virtual Services through the end of the month. You may join us online following the link below for our Facebook Page.

The Annual Meeting has been postponed until February 6.

Service Times

Saturday
5:30

Sunday
9:30     English Language
11:30    Spanish Language

Sunday service can be viewed live on our FaceBook Page.

Next Sunday’s Lessons and Commentary

Preparing for Sunday

Office Hours

10-2 Monday – Thursday

4201 West Washington Ave
Las Vegas, NV 89107

(702) 878-2373

Email – office@allsaintslv.com

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