All Saints Anglican Church continues to pray for our city and all law enforcement agencies.
FOR OUR CITY
Heavenly Father, in your Word you have given us a vision of that holy City to which the nations of the world bring their glory: Behold and visit, we pray, the cities of the earth. Renew the ties of mutual regard which form our civic life. Send us honest and able leaders. Enable us to eliminate poverty, prejudice, and oppression, that peace may prevail with righteousness, and justice with order, and that men and women from different cultures and with differing talents may find with one another the fulfillment of their humanity; through Jesus Christ our Lord. Amen.
FOR ALL LAW ENFORCEMENT OFFICERS
We beseech thee, Almighty God, to pour thy blessing upon the police of our land: strengthen and preserve them in every danger; that they who protect our lives and property while they faithfully perform their duties, may so serve thee here that they fail not finally to attain thy heavenly, promises. Through Jesus Christ our Lord. Amen.
Welcome! All Saints Anglican Church, established in 1951, is a loving parish family grounded in the gospel of Jesus Christ. Whether you are a new Anglican in town, or are looking for a church home, we invite you to join us. We extend a warm welcome to you to All Saints Anglican Church where our thanksgiving is celebrated in the Holy Eucharist. We are a mission in the Episcopal Diocese of Fort Worth in the fellowship of the world-wide Anglican Communion, which unites us in mission to over 80 million Anglican Christians. We faithfully minister the Gospel.
We follow the 1979 Book of Common Prayer in our worship and believe Christian Education is important in our walk with Jesus Christ. Sunday Holy Eucharist is celebrated at 9:00 am and Bible Study begins at 10:00 am.
With great affection, I remain faithfully yours,
Fr. John Munson+
Please bring a donation for our contribution to Interfaith Ministries. Their particular needs are canned vegetables, cereal, canned fruit, canned meat (including tuna), small bags of rice, soup (10 ½ oz), macaroni & cheese, laundry detergent, travel size toiletries of all kinds, especially shampoo. We will continue to have a box in the Narthex available for donations and send any contributions each week. IMI has prepared a cookbook. Please consider purchasing a copy.
Holy Eucharist - 9:00 AM
Sunday School - 10:00 AM
Bible Study - 1:00 PM
Evening Prayer - 7:00 PM
October 4 - Life Screening
March 8 - Camp Crucis: Shelter after the Storm
Dec. 2015 - Diocese sets policy on Texas Open Carry Law
March 26: An Easter Message from Archbishop Foley Beach
Feb. 29: A Lenten Pastoral Letter from Archbishop Foley Beach