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  • Blessings and Thankfulness

    Psalm 106:1 says, “Praise the Lord! O give thanks to the Lord, for he is good; for his steadfast love endures forever.” God remains faithful to us even when we so easily lose faith in Him; God’s love never fades. Truth be known, we have so much to be thankful for, and as is our […]

  • Pray

    Dear All Saints Family, I am grateful to be part of this family and am looking forward to getting to know each of you in time. I am writing to you today regarding significant world events that require response and prayer. I am heartbroken and deeply grieved at what is unfolding in the Middle East. […]

  • Come Into God’s Presence to Pray

    When I lived in Scottland, I worked for a temp agency that assigned me to serve food at the Queen’s Garden Party at Holyrood Palace in Edinburgh. I got to serve cucumber sandwiches to a bunch of Lords and...

  • The Steadfast Love of the Lord

    Every day, I see God’s blessings surrounding All Saints Church and its ministries. Although I write with some bittersweet news today, I rejoice in knowing that God’s faithfulness and mercies never...

  • The Feast of the Ascension

    I wish you all a happy and blessed Feast of the Ascension! Today marks 40 days after Easter Sunday, and on this day, we commemorate Christ being taken up into Heaven in front of His disciples. You can read the story...

  • Saint Spotlight: Gregory of Nazianzus

    In His Church, God calls different people to perform different functions, complete different tasks, and speak different words - all for the encouragement and strengthening of His people. We see this in our own parish as teachers, ushers, guild members, musicians, missioners, and so on...

  • The True Meaning of Christmas, by Interim Rector BJ Buracker

    We all know that Christmas is not all about presents, decorations, or trees, but it is also not all about family, generosity, or appreciating others.  It’s all about a baby boy, born 2000 years ago who brings great joy to all people, including you and me!

  • Pastoral Message to Congregation

    Like all of you, we, your clergy, were broken-hearted and deeply grieved by the acts of violence and lawlessness which took place in and around the U.S. Capitol this past week. It seems that the ending of 2020 alone was not enough to end the turmoil we have had.

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