We will have the imposition of ashes and a Eucharist at 12:10pm and 7:00pm. We look forward to seeing you at one of the services.
Join us for community and some fluffy pancakes on March 5th at 5:30 pm. Bring your appetite and celebrate with us as we head into the season of Lent. Supper will take place in the hall.
The All Saints’ Annual General Meeting is schedules for March 3, 2019 at 12 pm. Therefore, the 9:15 and 11 am services are combined for a 10:30 am service. Friendship Guild will provide sandwiches for a Freewill donation. Annual reports, are available at the back of the narthex starting Sunday, February 24. See you there!
Last Sunday a letter from Bishop Jane announcing my resignation as Dean of All Saints Anglican Cathedral was read. I am grateful for nine years as your rector and priest and to share in the Body of Christ in worship, outreach, prayer and education and for your love, support and prayers over the years. This is a decision I have … Read More
Bishop Jane Alexander intends, God willing, to ordain to the priesthood the Rev. Eric Kregel, deacon-in-charge of St. George, Fort Saskatchewan; and the Rev. Danielle Lepine, assistant curate at Holy Trinity Anglican Church, Edmonton; Friday, February 1, 2019, the Eve of the Presentation of the Lord, 7:00 pm, at All Saints’ Anglican Cathedral, Edmonton. Your prayers and presence are requested. Clergy are … Read More
We have a Christmas service for everyone! Christmas Eve: 4:30 pm Children’s Service- A family friendly good time with a play! 7:00 pm Carols and Eucharist- Bring your singing voice as we join together to sing Christmas carols and celebrate the birth of Christ. 11:00 pm Christmas Choral Mass- The big show! Bishop Jane will lead the service with … Read More
On Wednesday, November 21st, our Music Director Jeremy Spurgeon received an honorary Doctor of Letters from the University of Alberta. One of our country’s foremost organists, pianists, accompanists and choir directors, Jeremy Spurgeon has devoted his talents to building and serving Edmonton’s music community for nearly four decades. A versatile performer and dedicated mentor to generations of young musicians, he is also … Read More
Photo: LaurentiuJordache/unsplash.com Archbishop Fred Hiltz, primate of the Anglican Church of Canada, is asking that churches across the country ring their bells for peace as the sun sets on Remembrance Day this year—the 100th anniversary of the end of the First World War. On November 11, 1918, the armistice ending the “war to end all wars” was signed, and … Read More