All Saints' Ministries
All of our ministries welcome new members. Please call the office or Rev. Hanavan if you would like to join one or more or our ministries.
Our Altar Guild continues its ministry of caring for our altar; our linens, candles, chalices, patens, and many other items, and preparing for services. Felicia McBorrough leads this special ministry.
With the Pandemic came a new need for connecting parishioners and conducting services live via Zoom and streaming on our Facebook page, the latter of which is available for later viewing. Ryan Mott leads this effort, ably supported by his youth Tech Team and an advisory group. Generous donations and many hours of Ryan's time have led to a thoughtfully designed and effective system.
Our multi- generational team is to create an inviting urban oasis for reflection and the healing of God’s creation. We are transforming our church grounds by removing non-native plants and replacing them with native ones, and we prioritizing those that provide food and habitat for wildlife, and those used by indigenous peoples that once called our community home. Becky Silliman leads this effort.
The Outreach Committee, co-chaired by Belinda Johnson, Bill McBorrough, and Pattie Marshall, has as a major focus providing food to those in need. A more description of its activities can be found on the Outreach page.
Music and the Arts
Led by Becky Silliman, our Music and the Arts Ministry supports worship and community outreach that over the years have included art sales and exhibits; performances by local, national, and international music groups; and a close relationship with New Urban Arts, an after school arts program for high school students, our neighbor just across Westminster Street. You can learn more on our Music and the Arts page.
Our Pastoral Care Ministry is led by Rosetta Evans, Agnes Fox, and CeCelia Sirleaf. This is a ministry of caring for each other. We care for another through telephone calls, cards or notes, and prayers. Our Pastoral Care Ministry includes bringing the Eucharist to those who are sick or unable to come to church, and reaching out to parishioners when other needs arise. Agnes and Barbara Badio are our Lay Eucharistic Visitors.