ocated at the historic corner of Broadway and Osborne, All Saints Anglican Church is a traditionally based Christian community known for exquisite music and a strong liturgical presence. This beautiful stone church with English Gothic interior is also known for its large collection of William Morris stained glass windows, one of the largest collections in North America.

Today All Saints Anglican Church houses three parishes - All Saints Anglican, saint benedict’s table and St. Andrews Anglican Mission (Sudanese Community Church). Agape Table operates a breakfast and soup kitchen five mornings a week from the church hall. This beautiful historic building is a beehive of activity and serves its many communities well.

To read more about what is going on at All Saints, please view the December issue of Saints Alive.

ALL SAINTS ANGLICAN CHURCHallsts [at] mymts [dot] net

 
Rector - Brent Neumann
 
Find out what's going on in the parish. Check out the "What's Happening" section. 
PARKING AVAILABLE BEHIND THE GREAT WEST LIFE BUILDING.
 
Services:
Sunday:
Said Eucharist: 9:00 am 
 
 
Sung Eucharist: 11:00 am
 
Wednesday:
Said Eucharist: 12:10 pm
Evensong:
 
 
Every 4th Sunday at 4
St. Andrew's Anglican Mission
Sunday:
Service: 1:00 pm
saint benedict's table
 
 
Sunday:
 
 
Service: 7:00 pm
 
 

 

The Outreach Committee is arranging a fundraising event to support the Seniors' Program, which All Saints has taken over from West Broadway Community Ministries. It will take place on January 30th and will feature music, desserts and a silent auction. Donations of goods or services are requested for the auction. There is a sign-up sheet at the back of the church. Tickets are $10.00 each and available from Gela Stach. 

PWRDF is providing support to thousands of affected Syrian families. The Canadian  government has extended the deadline for matching funds for eligible donations to Canadian  agencies working to provide relieft to Syrians to February 29, 2016. For more information, please go to the PWRDF web site: http://pwrdf.org/2015/responding-to-the-syrian-refugee-crisis/

Services with the exception of the hymns are now printed in full in the leaflet. A readers' workshop is being planned for sometime in the next few weeks. Anyone presently acting as reader or intercessor along with those who are considering taking on these tasks is invited to attend. More information about this workshop will be coming soon.