In Person Indoor Worship
We are back in the sanctuary for 8:00 am and 10:00 am services, with masks for now. These will be Holy Eucharist services and as of March 6, the First Sunday in Lent, we will be offering the Host (bread) at the Communion Rail, but you can still bring-your-own-bread or cracker or pick up a host container at the back, and stay in place for the Prayer of Consecration and Communion. Please check with the usher if you are unsure. See below for more information on our current practices for worship.
Click on the 'Church At Home' button above to access the weekly sermon and be connected to online worship opportunities from the Diocese and National Cathedral.
All Saints' is a warm and welcoming congregation. We are open-minded, curious, fun-loving, devoted, relational. Members of our church reach out within the parish and our communities in a variety of ways. We know that God is not finished with us yet and we seek, through prayer and study, to find the ways to best serve God in one another and the world around us. We offer radical hospitality to the stranger, and infinite respect for all, through Jesus Christ our Lord.
Update During This Challenging Time of COVID-19
Facts not fear. Clean Hands. Open Hearts.
All Saints' Beloved.
We have now been living in this new reality of the pandemic for over 2 years. Our lives have changed and the life of our parish has changed! We quickly navigated to online worship , we met outdoors for in-person worship and now we are moving back indoors. For those who can not be with us in person yet--or for parishioners and friends out of town click on the 'Church From Home' button near the top of this page.
Click here for more information on our current practices.
If you are missing the sacrament and are not able to join us in person, and would like Communion, please call and we'll see if we can work something out that feels safe for you.
Thank you to everyone who is able to keep up your giving/pledge during this time. We are keeping the lights on, the staff are busy, and we are keeping our feeding ministries going!
May the peace of God, which passes all understanding, keep your hearts and minds in the knowledge and love of God, and of his son, Jesus Christ our Lord, and the blessing of God: Father, Son, and Holy Spirit, be with you always.
The Rev. Curtis E. Metzger, Rector
All Saints' Episcopal Church
The mission of All Saints' Episcopal Church is to honor our Lord Jesus Christ by practicing our Christian faith through prayer and acts of love and unconditional kindness.
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8:00 am & 10:00 am
Monday to Thursday
9:00 am to 1:00 pm
9:00 am to 12:00 noon
A Community Meal
Tuesdays (September to June)
5:00 pm to 6:00 pm
** Dinner Bell is currently
take-out only **
Community Food Cupboard
9:00 am to 10:00 am
9:00 am to 10:00 am
9:00 am to 9:45 am
Littleton Area Youth Enrichment
and Support (YES!!)
All Saints' is now offering inclusive free and low-cost enrichment and support for local youth in grades 7-12. Come be a part of the fun!
Our programs are staffed by experienced and friendly volunteers from our Parish, many of them former educators.
Check it out by clicking here!
Red-letter Day Eucharist Services
A Eucharist service will be offered on many Red-letter Days.
The next one is the:
The Feast of the Ascension
Thursday, May 26 @ 12:00 noon
What are Red Letter Days?
Major feasts of the church year, including the principal feasts, feasts of our Lord, feasts of all apostles, evangelists, and other major saints' days and festivals. The term reflects the early practice of printing Prayer Book calendars in red. These major feasts were included in the Prayer Book calendar and printed with red letters. The term is applied to those feasts for which the BCP provides full propers, including collect, OT lesson, psalm, NT epistle, and gospel. Red-letter days are distinguished from the lesser feasts of the calendar of the church year, which are also known as black-letter days and printed with black letters. In Prayer Books with single-color printing, major feasts are printed in bold type, and lesser feasts are printed in lightface type.
Click here for the Calendar of the Church year - look for the days in red print.