Life In Community
All Saints’ Church is not just a building in downtown Frederick,
All Saints’ is not just a theology or a creed.
The church is a gathered community of people who are in relationship with each other and with God through Christ and the Holy Spirit. Our life together in community is supported by the relationships we nurture. Relationships require intentional care and attention.
We take time for life in community and give each other the organic open space to open up and grow closer. We invite each other to conversations around a table, sharing food and sharing stories. We develop deepening relationships when we can sit quietly and listen more intently to the heart of our friend and hear God’s voice speaking through them. An interwoven web of being known and loved develops between us, and the church is created because we gather in the connection of those relationships.
Discover Your Sense of Belonging
There are many different groups within All Saints’ that offer the gathering structure
and opportunity to grow deeper in relationship with others.
Where will you discover your sense of belonging?
LIFE IN COMMUNITY AT ALL SAINTS’ – OUR LATEST UPDATES
St. Mary’s Chapter Meeting – April 3, 2023
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“Save the Date” Vacation Bible School
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Children’s Formation Schedule – March 2023
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Events at All Saints – February 2023
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Daughters of the King
The Order of the Daughters of the King® is for women who wish to cultivate a deeper relationship with Jesus our Lord and savior and to strengthen the spiritual life of their community.
The Order of the Daughters of the King® is an order for women who are communicants of the Episcopal Church, churches in communion with it, or churches in the historic episcopate but not in communion with it. Today our membership includes women in the Anglican, Episcopal, Lutheran (ELCA) and Roman Catholic churches. There are approximately 25,000 Daughters of the King in the United States and over 5,000 International Daughters in 22 countries.
The Order’s purpose is to bring people into a living, loving relationship with Jesus our Lord and Savior and to help strengthen the spiritual life of our parishes and missions. The Order has both lay and ordained women who dedicate themselves to a life of prayer, service and evangelism. All women of the parish are welcome to attend meetings and are encouraged to pray about joining the Order. A three-month preparation period of study and discernment is required and essential to learning more about the Order. Additional information is available on the DOK website (www.doknational.com).
Raising Saints connects families of All Saints’ Episcopal Church with faith-filled fellowship to nourish our youngest members and those raising them.
Join the Raising Saints private Facebook group for updates on youth activities, formation, and as a private and secure place to share about your own families’ experiences with All Saints’!
If you would like to participate, reach out to Rebecca Couture, or click the button below to join the Facebook group.