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.

 

ALL SAINTS’ ANGLICAN CHURCHallsts [at] mymts [dot] net
Priest in Charge - 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 @ 4
 
St. Andrew's Anglican Mission
Sunday:
Service: 1:00 pm
saint benedict's table
 
 
Sunday:
 
 
Service: 7:00 pm
 
 

 

Rev. David Widdicombe, rector of St. Margaret's Church will give a lecture entitled To Sow the Wind: An Argument Against the War on the Terror and Other Bad Ideas this Thursday, February 26, 7:00 — 8:30 p.m. at the Marpeck Commons, 2299 Grant Avenue, part of the Canadian Mennonite University. The lecture will ask whether the restraint of force wasn't always a better idea than the pursuit of justice in the just war tradition, a tradition that once thought war tragically endemic and sometimes justified, but never simply unambiguously just. Admission is free. 

Every Wednesday evening during Lent, st. benedict's table will offer a lenten program at 7:00 p.m. Everyone is welcome.