No matter where you are on your journey, our welcome knows no boundaries. Our All Saints’ community includes people of various ages, races, ethnicity, genders, gender identifications, sexual orientations, family make-up, marital status, personal and religious history, levels of education, physical and mental abilities, stages of recovery, financial realities, and political persuasions. We celebrate our differences and strive to affirm the dignity of every human being. We believe that all Creation is inherently good, and so are you! Come. Be at Peace. You’re home.
Join us for the tradition of blessing our beloved pets in honor of St. Francis of Assisi. This year we are partnering with Central Presbyterian Church and their Pastor Brian Brock to bless our pets. Children are also welcome to bring their favorite stuffed animal to be blessed. All animals will receive a pendant.
We will meet by our stone altar in our park at 5:30 pm.
We will also have a photographer on site to take photos of your beloved pet.
St. Francis was born in the 12th century, lived in Italy, and founded the men’s Order of Friars Minor, the women’s Order of St. Clare, and the Third Order of Saint Francis for men and women not able to live the lives of itinerant preachers. Francis is one of the most venerated religious figures in history. He is remembered for his generosity to the poor, his willingness to minister to the lepers, and for his love for animals and nature. He is the patron saint of animals and the environment. Many people bring their pets to the church to be blessed on St. Francis’ feast day because of his love for animals as expressed in his Canticle of Creatures. His feast day is celebrated every year on October 4.
Celebrate with us!
Directions for Watching Our Services Online
To watch our services online on YouTube, every Sunday at 10:30 am, simply click here.
A bulletin for Sunday’s online service may be found here.
If you are having trouble finding the video, go to the All Saints’ YouTube page, click on videos tab. Then you should see the Live video. If the time of the service arrives and the video is not active, simply refresh the page. Make sure to subscribe to our channel, where you’ll receive alerts when we go live or have new videos. We look forward to seeing you online!
If you’re late to the service, don’t worry! We have it enabled for you to rewind the service while we’re live so you can start from the beginning. If you miss the service completely, we will post the links on Facebook and our website once the video is done processing on YouTube. If you would like to request a DVD of the previous services please let our office know.
Communion is available: If you are unable to attend or still uncomfortable with attending Holy Eucharist services in person, you may schedule communion to be brought to you by contacting the church office (479-968-3622; email@example.com)