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All Saints’ Episcopal Church

A beloved community based in Frederick, Maryland, where people come to be resurrected, transformed, and made whole.

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ADVENT 2021

Join us as we prepare for the birth of Immanuel this year. The theme “Close to Home” acknowledges that Emmanuel is with us, and yet, God’s promised day—our everlasting home—is not fully realized. We long for God to come close.

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Fall Worship

We hope that you’ll join us in worship:

  • 8am: In-Person, Historic Church
  • 10am: In-Person and Livestreamed, Historic Church

We have a mix of liturgy styles, and a mix of indoor and virtual services — worship the way that calls to you!

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WORSHIP WITH US

Find out how to worship with us in person, online, or in one of our small groups.

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JOIN OUR FAMILY

Learn more about being a part of the All Saints’ community, following Jesus Christ in the Way of Love.

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TAKE ACTION

Learn how you can join us in taking action and serving the community – loving one another as Christ loves us.

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We Embody the Resurrection Story!

Join our livestream on Facebook or YouTube every Sunday at 10AM.

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All Saints’ Episcopal Church

All Saints’ Episcopal Church is a growing and vibrant community of faith where people come to be resurrected, transformed, and made whole through an experience of Christ.

Our church is not just a building. We are a community that worships together online, in-person, and in hybrid settings.  During this rapidly changing phase of the pandemic, we are balancing the desire to gather in-person with a science-based approach to community safety.

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LOVE IN ACTION

2022 Stewardship Campaign: Doing What Love Requires

Doing What Love Requires” includes the continued financial support of All Saints’, pledging our work, wisdom, and wealth. Prayerfully consider your financial pledge so that we can continue to embody the resurrection story and make a positive difference in our community and beyond. We ask that you submit your pledge by November 21, 2021. Pledge online below, or print a paper pledge card.

What does love require? Love is asking for your commitment to the mission of All Saints’ because you know how much the love of this church is transforming your own life. A financial pledge for 2022 will help us make faithful choices for the future of our mission.

Our goal for 2022 is to receive at least 200 pledges; increasing giving by 8% and the number of pledging households by 17%. Pray and consider your own financial circumstances, your ability to share your wisdom, and the work that brings you joy. Everyone has different gifts to bring to love’s feast. What is love inviting you to share? How will you be a part of the mission of All Saints’?

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Social Justice

At every baptism and every renewal of our vows to live out our faith, we promise to work for justice and peace in the world. The celebrant asks, “Will you strive for justice and peace among all people, and respect the dignity of every human being?’

And the people respond, “I will with God’s help.”

This is our calling to social justice on behalf of all people, every human being. It is a tall order, and we are only able to do it with God’s help.

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Regathering for In-Person Worship

With the rising rates of Covid-19 infections in Frederick and in the State, primarily related to the Delta Variant, the Diocese has moved to the Orange Phase.

For us it means that we will go back to the requirement to wear a mask when you are inside the buildings. During the Services everyone in the Congregation will remained masked. The Clergy, Lectors, and Choir may take off their masks as they feel appropriate, with social distancing, to lead Worship. Additional instructions regarding Communion will be given during the Service. We do this out of an abundance of caution for those in our Congregation that are vulnerable.

We do know that for our Children and Youth ministries we will parallel the FCPS guidelines, which were updated on July 28.

If you have any questions or concerns please contact Rev. Jess (jholthus@allsaintsmd.org), Mark Gibson (mgibson@comsearch.com) or Eric Percy (ehpercy@aol.com) to get involved.

LATEST UPDATES

Watch this space for our latest updates on Covid-19, events, outreach opportunities, and communications from the All Saints’ community.

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