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

Our priest Brent Neuman will be away attending a clergy conference from May 25 to June 1. Next Sunday's services will be celebrated by Barbara Shoomski.

To help Brent to get to know us, Fred Ford has agreed to take pictures of parishioners for him. These photos will not be generally available. 

At the last general meeting, the financial support for outreach was reduced from $12, 000.00 to $6,000.00. At the same time, a committee was struck to see whether more stable funding could be arranged. Right now, that committee is asking everyone to donate a special offering for outreach. Donations should be clearly marked for outreach. Please help this vital work to continue. 

During the summer, the rector's warden, Chris Whitemore, will be away. During his absence, John Van Benthem will assume his duties. Chris intends to keep a blog during his absence and will be posting information about how to follow him.

Our caretaker Justin Laki is moving to Prince Albert to work as a chaplain there. The position of caretaker will now be filled by Mark Major. Any concerns about the building should be addressed to Mark McLelland who is head of the property committee.

During June, there are two Sundays when getting to the church may be difficult. The first is June 14 when the Winnipeg Pride Festival, Parade and Rally will begin with a rally on the steps of the Legislature at 11:00 a.m. The Manitoba Marathon takes place on June 21, passing the church from about 8:00 – 10:45 a.m. During these events, parking may be an scarce. There is always parking across the street at The Great West Life. 

With the departure of Justin Laki, the future of St. Andrew's congregation will change. Exactly what will happen is now being examined.

This year's garage sale raised over $4400.00 for the parish. A special thank you to Margaret Van Benthem who put in many many hours organizing the event aided by a corps of volunteers. Thank you to all.