HOW WE LIVE OUT OUR FAITH AT ALL SAINTS EPISCOPAL CHURCH
Worship God together on Sundays at 10:00am. We are an open community of Christians who worship with the Book of Common Prayer, Rite II, enriched with contemporary and Hymnal music. We are loving and supportive of young and old, rich and poor, married, single, divorced, families in all their many forms, and the LGBTQ community.
Teach our children at Sunday School and in Children’s Chapel during every Sunday service.
Learn together at educational opportunities throughout the year.
Serve our local neighbors through the Stoneham MA Food Pantry and the Stoneham Memorial Seventh Day Adventist Community Service Center. Serve our neighbors in the greater Boston area through the Service Dog Organization of Ipswich, Common Cathedral, and Cradles to Crayons organization. Serve our neighbors overseas through the Grace Widows Fund in Malawi, Africa.
Pray for each other, and for those in need, through our prayer ministry.
Gather together for fun and fellowship whenever we can.
Invite you to join us, no matter what you believe or don’t believe. You are always, always welcome at All Saints Church! Please don’t hesitate to contact us at All Saints Episcopal Church by calling our office at 781.438.2776 or by completing the brief form on the Contact Us page of our website. God bless you!
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September will be full of opportunities join in. On the 4th, we return to a 10 AM service.
Saturday, September 10th is the fundraiser for David Alarcon at the Stoneham Elks Lodge.
The next day, Sunday, September 11th, is our “Welcome Back” Sunday, with blessing of students and teachers for the new school year.
Saturday, September 17th is Stoneham Town Day. See Kelly or Allain for more information, or to help out.
Sunday, September 25th at 4:30 is the Concert to End Gun Violence on the town commons.
“As most of you probably know, David Alarcon was diagnosed with autism last year. He likes to wander and is
attracted to water. He and his family need a service dog. The dog can be tethered to David to limit his ability to wander, track him by scent if he does wander off, help redirect him when he engages in inappropriate conduct, and calm him during transitions.
David has been accepted by 4 Paws for Ability, a 591(c)(3) organizations, for placement of a service dog. It costs
4 Paws $22,000 to train each new service dog. The Alarcons have committed to fundraising $15,000 for 4 Paws for Ability to help defray this cost. 4 Paws will start training a dog for David once this commitment has been fulfilled.
For more information see https://love4alarcon.com/.