Ministries at All Saints / Todos los Santos Episcopal Church

Altar Guild This ministry prepares the Altar for each of our services. They wash the various dishes and linens that are used on the Altar. Daughters of the King This is an organization for women who are seeking a deeper spiritual life. They meet once a month. Sandwiches for Catholic Worker We make sandwiches and

Upcoming Events

Upcoming Events   Altar Guild:  August 26 at 9:30 in the Parish Hall Healing Service:  September 9 at 9 a.m., followed by Daughters of the King Meeting Ministry Fair: September 10 Just One Project Food Distribution:  September 12 at 9 a.m. in our parking lot Ministry Development Training:  September 16 Patio Nights: September 30 Annual

Prayers of the People June 18, 2023

The Prayers of the People My sisters and brothers, worship the Lord with gladness. Let us pray, with joyful hearts, “We give you thanks! We bless your name!” O Lord, you are good; while we were yet sinners Christ died for us. Send us out to share your love. Send


In the Catechism (pg 856, BCP) it says, "The ministry of a deacon is to represent Christ and his Church, particularly as a servant to those in need...) As your deacon, I would like to share the many ways All Saints serves those in need. These are the various ways and ministries in which we

A Note From the Deacon

Yesterday, a longtime member of the parish came by the church to pick up their tax statement. As we talked they said they weren’t sure if they were coming back. It seems that when Michael left, they felt let down and frustrated that once again someone we had hoped to lead us for a long

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,

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

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.

New Site

I have taken some time to redesign the church website. While it might not be as pretty as the previous incarnation, I think it will be more useful. As you can see there is a column for Fr. Rafael, one for announcements and a third for other posts. This should give any visitors a quick

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