Sunday, September 24 @ 4:00 pm We invite you all to help welcome Rev’d Patrick McManus, and to celebrate his new ministry with us. This will be a celebration indeed! Bishop Jenny Andison will serve as preacher & celebrant. There will be a wine and cheese reception to follow. Clergy are welcome to vest. The liturgical […]
We’ll celebrate Back to Church Sunday with a blessing of backpacks for all those returning to school. Following the Celebration, join us for a BBQ of welcome for the new rector and family. There will be fun and games for all ages, and we’ll be celebrating 1 year of sponsorship of the Hamad family. For […]
Dear Friends, We hold in our prayers all those who have died and are suffering as a result of yesterday’s senseless shooting in Orlando. There is no place for hatred of GLBTrans persons in our community. All are loved and accepted regardless of sexual orientation. As we, with AJ and Marc, gathered last night at the […]
This week we will be switching email providers which may result in some disruptions in receiving and sending emails. If you have not received a response to your email within 24 hours, please call the office and follow up. We apologize for the inconvenience.
Did You Know there are Wands in our Church? Maybe Harry Potter has joined our church? Maybe it is for a magic show? Midway down the centre aisle of the church, you’ll find two wooden staffs on the end of the pews. Wardens’ Staves, also known as Wardens’ Wands or Prodders, go back to the […]
Below is the text of the motion to nominate our Parish Selection Committee. In it, Jean Woolford describes the nomination process and the selection process. I move that Beena Kuriakose, Karin Rasmussen, Kris Morra, and Pat Reynolds be the congregational representatives on the All Saints Kingsway Parish Selection Committee along with Ross Elver, People’s […]
Read our latest newsletter! Once this post is opened: click here to open a copy of the April 2016 newsletter
Two years ago our Rev. Dawn played the role of Geraldine Granger in this familiar and hilarious production based on this unforgettable BBC comedy. She is back in different roles this time and ready to entertain you with a sensational cast of clergy. Some proceeds from the April 20 performance come to All Saints Kingsway. […]
Read the Anglican Journal article on Archbishop Fred Hiltz and his Reflections on Canterbury. One of our youth, Jessica Davis-Sydor, made quite an impression on the Primate and the gathering with her question. Click the article below to read more.
This year, we have chosen to go with a single annual vestry meeting which will include not only our financial report and audited statements but also reports from our many ministries as well as some appointments. We hope you can stay after the 10am service on Sunday, February 28. Childcare is available and a light […]
I want to begin today by saying that this will not be a homily so much as a State of the Union Address and I am going to do this in three parts. First of all, in order to keep building a context of transparency in our community, I am going to read a recent […]
Change for Change Consider giving the gift of water during Lent to the Pikangikum Water Project. You turn on the tap and water comes out. Safe, plentiful and affordable, and something most of us have been taking for granted. All Saints Parishioners have been learning that our easy access to water is not the reality […]
All Saints Anniversary Concert & Cocktails A Fundraiser for the Pikangikum Water Project The Soloists and Choir of All Saints Kingsway with special guests: The Nathaniel Dett Chorale and Trio Bravo Photographs by Nicholas Bradford-Ewart
Special Vestry on refugee sponsorship – Sun Jan 31 after the 10am celebration, childcare provided A group of parishioners have been working diligently to prepare a plan for All Saints to sponsor a refugee family. Please join us for this special vestry to learn more. Accompanying Documents: Special Vestry Motion r1 All Saints Refugee Resettlement Plan Gantt project planner […]
Did you know that there is a bird in the high altar? The carving on the front of the holy table or high altar is a rising phoenix – a very early symbol for the Resurrection, borrowed from Byzantine art – a strange mythical bird that rose from the ashes of the fire in which […]