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
It’s Daylight Savings time this weekend! Don’t forget to turn your clocks back for a little extra sleep then come and join us for our 8:00am service or special 10:30am join service with potluck after.
The mission statement for Tree of Life* Or L’Simcha (Light of Joy) Congregation in Pittsburgh is ‘More light. More Life’. We at All Saints’ mourn those who were lost. We mourn the loss of safety in worship. We are troubled by the dark words and actions of antisemitism. We stand by our Jewish brothers and sisters whose sense of … Read More
Starting November 2nd, All Saints’ will be having our yearly Friday Morning Breakfast. Come for the pancakes, stay for the community and fellowship! Breakfasts run from 7:30-9am November 2018 to March 2019.
Join us for the grand opening of the Manna Market on Halloween! From 2-5pm on October 31st we will have our usual market of fresh fruit and vegetables for 1/3-1/2 the price of grocery stores. PLUS, a draw, and some good old fashion Halloween fun will be had! We’ll see you there for a great time!
Please join us for a service remembering the Murdered and Missing Indigenous women, girls, and two spirit people of Canada. Estimates of missing and murdered Indigenous women since 1980 range from 1,200 to 4,000. They account for just 4 per cent of the population but 16 per cent of all murdered women in Canada. Three years ago, the UN reported … Read More
Fr. Michael Lapsley will be preaching at the 11am service on Sunday 30th September. Alan Michael Lapsley, SSM, known as Father Michael Lapsley, is a South African Anglican priest and social justice activist. In 1973 he arrived in Durban, South Africa, as an undergraduate student. Soon thereafter, during the height of apartheid repression, he became chaplain to students at both black and white universities … Read More
Starting Wednesday, August 29th the Manna Market at All Saints’ Cathedral will be happening. From 2-5 pm in the hall, this market has been started to bring fresh affordable produce to the lower to no income individuals and families of the downtown core. Produce will be brought in from a local farm to serve the community and marked to be … Read More
The Edmonton Marathon will be taking place this weekend. What does that mean for All Saints’? That means that Jasper Ave will be closed on Sunday. Approximately from 6 am – 3 pm. Here is a link of the Marathon in case you need to rethink your route. https://www.edmontonmarathon.ca/route-maps-s16190 Even with this minor intrusion, we hope to see you … Read More
Sunday, July 29th, a group of volunteers from All Saints’ came together and made lunch for patrons of the Bissell Centre. It was a fun time of fellowship and community building. Thank you to all of our volunteers who participated in the lunch and a special thanks to Mary-Lou for organizing this event. If you would like more information on … Read More