Welcome! 
 
You're invited to join us this 
Lenten Season at
All Saints Episcopal.
 
 
 At All Saints we have a variety of services and activities
planned as we journey through these 40 days towards Easter.

  

  Sunday Eucharist:   8:30am and 10:00am

                       Weekday Lent Masses:  Tuesdays, 6:30pm

                          Stations of the Cross:  Wednesdays, 6:30pm

 
RENEW YOUR HEART THROUGH

 
 "The History of the Anglican Church" 

Mondays, Feb. 23 - Mar. 23, 7:00pm

Our resident historian, Rick R. leads this fascinating look into the history of the Church of England and the beginnings of the Episcopal Church. 

You don't want to miss this great class!

 

"The Theology of Redemption" 

Tuesdays, Feb. 24 - Mar. 17, 7:00pm

Following the 6:30pm Eucharist, Fr. Jason will lead us through Salvation History beginning with Genesis to trace God's mighty works in preparing us for Christ and His Passion, Death, and Resurrection. This class will prepare you to celebrate the Liturgies of Holy Week and our Redemption in a new and vibrant way this year!  
 

Renew your heart through spirituality       

 

"Artful Prayer Sessions" 

Special Prayer
       and Creative Devotions

with Laurel C.                   

Saturdays during Lent

Feb. 28 to Mar. 28, 10:30 to noon                                 

 

 Feb  28   Prayer Beads

 Mar  7    Watercolors/collage

Mar 14    Play

Mar 21    Creative Movement

Mar 28    Drum Circle

Artful prayer is about the process of allowing our natural creativity to flow.  Creativity connects us to the Divine and opens us to new insights, deeper understanding and greater love.  Laurel will help lead us to engage in our creativity within a contemplative community.

This will be a dynamic and fun experience! 
  
RENEW YOUR HEART WITH ALMSGIVING
 All Saint's Lenten Heifer Project                          
 Ash Wednesday through April 12

As is our custom, our youth help drive the congregation to fill coin boxes with spare change to assist the efforts of Heifer International.  Known as the "Heifer Project", this organization seeks to end world hunger and poverty by supplying impoverished areas with animals and livestock.  These animals help provide partners with food and a sustainable income.  Look for how our children will lead us with new and exciting ways to "change up" the Heifer Project this year to create an excitement around our traditional Lenten almsgiving event!  

 

 
February 27, 2015
 

Holy Eucharist 

Sundays: 8:30 and 10a.m.           

Wednesdays:  6:30pm

 

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Office: 614-855-8267

Email: allsaintsna@yahoo.com 

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