We are a large extended family. We embrace all - from toddlers, teenagers, the university crowd, to children of God of any age; single folk, married, from all backgrounds and persuasions. As Anglicans, we encourage discussion of the spiritual and desire to witness our God at work in all areas of life. Imperfect pilgrims in this life we are, in a community of open-mindedness, healing, patience, and focus on the risen Lord of love and life.
First time visiting?
The Anglican tradition of worship includes all people. Together we pray, say Scripture, and receive the Lord's Supper. Our worship is for the people of God with as much involvement from the people of God as we can share. Gone are the days of "Dress Sunday" - come as you are. We have different kinds of people who come to All Saints' in work clothes or dress-up clothes. Come the way you feel most comfortable, for your encounter with God.
Every Sunday, we join millions of Anglicans throughout the world in worship. As a member of the Anglican Church of Canada, we use the Book of Alternative Services, which uses contemporary language. We use several different hymn books that include an assortment of traditional hymns and more contemporary choruses. We also use the Book of Common Prayer throughout the year, which has more poetic or traditional language and is worth experiencing.
Young ones can normally look forward to Sunday School throughout the school year.
Join us for one of our Bible studies, a time to deepen our understanding of God's word.
We normally have a variety throughout the year, including Shrove, aka. Fat,- or as we Anglicans call it, "Pancake Tuesday."
A variety of community focused groups use our church to host meetings and share resources.
In the spirit of friendship and understanding, we respectfully acknowledge the territory on which we gather is Treaty 6 land, the traditional meeting place of the Cree, Saulteuax, Blackfoot, Metis, and Nakota Sioux. In the spirit of reconciliation, we are moved to journey with our Indigenous sisters and brothers to promote the truthful sharing of our histories.