Pastoral News: Jonathan Percy

With much sorrow we inform you that Jonathan Percy, a faithful member of All Saints’, died peacefully but unexpectedly at his home on Monday, May 24. At this time, there is no further information about the cause of death. His funeral service is being planned, and we will update you as more details take shape.

Please keep Jonathan, his parents Eric and Helen, and his brother Steve in your prayers, along with all whose lives Jonathan touched.

The family has asked that in lieu of flowers, donations can be made to the ACLU, Human Rights Campaign and Doctors without Borders in Jonathan’s name.

We entrust Jonathan, our companion in faith and fellow child of Christ, into God’s care.  May he go forth from this world in the love of God who created him, in the mercy of Jesus who died for him, in the power of the Holy Spirit who receives and protects him. May he rest in peace and rise in glory, where pain and grief are banished, and life and joy are his for ever. Amen.

The All Saints’ community will come together tomorrow, Wednesday, May 26 at 7pm for a prayer vigil at the Percy’s home.

A wake for Jonathan will be held Friday, June 4 from 4-8pm at Keeney and Basford Funeral Home, 106 East Church Street.

A “Celebration of Life” Funeral Service will be at All Saints’ Church on Saturday, June 12, at 3pm.  We will have seating for 100 in the Historic Church, and the service will be streamed live into the Great Hall, seating 100 as well.  The community will come together after the the service for burial and a reception.  RSVP at

To support the Percy family, the Scouts will provide meals for the next three weeks, and All Saints’ will cover the following three.  If you’re interested in providing meals, or have questions about the Prayer Vigil, contact Rebecca Couture at

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