On All Saint’s Day we celebrate the larger communion of saints, we as members of the Body of Christ, are connected to — those who have gone before us and those who are yet to come. It is a glorious time to understand that we as Christians are connected to something much larger and broader and deeper than we can ever really imagine.
This is a major feast day in our Episcopal Church. We will read the necrology, which is a listing of the names of the people we love but see no longer see. If you would like to have someone’s name read in our service, please contact Mother Barbara or call our parish secretary.
This will be a feast day with incense at the 10 a.m. service, glorious music, a renewal of our baptismal vows, and a commissioning service of the start of our Stephen Ministries program.
Please join us for these festivities and our walk deeper into our faith and the body into which we all belong.
All Saints’ Day means there is holiness in all of us, through all eternity.