All Saints' Episcopal Church
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San Diego, California 92103
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Sunday Services

Father Carlos celebrating Mass
10am Sunday Mass -
Attend in person or join us on Zoom from home. click here for the Zoom service link.

The 10am Sunday services are recorded and posted on our Facebook page

Spanish Mass at 1:00pm -
Held Sundays each month (except 3rd Sundays) in St. Mary Chapel

Weekly Services


Father Carlos preaching at streamed service on Zoom
Tuesday Noon Service -
Held in St. Mary's Chapel.

Fridays in Lent:
The Great Litany , at 11:30am followed by
Via Crucis (the Stations of the Cross) at Noon
Held in St. Mary's Chapel.

Fridays at 10am morning Prayer -
Held in St. Mary's Chapel.

Christian Formation -
In the Parish Hall on the second and fourth Sundays of each month after the 10am Mass

Societies of Mary corporate Rosary -
Rosary at 11am and Mass at 11:30am
Held in St. Mary's Chapel.
Usually on the first Saturday of the month.
Chirstmas Flowers

Christmas Services

preshool Christmas Recital Preschool Christmas Recital December 13 at 5pm
The children and teachers of All Saints’ Preschool will present their annual Christmas celebration and recital at 5 p.m. on Friday, December 13 in the church, followed by refreshments in the parish hall. Accompanied by Father Wayne Sanders on guitar, the children will sing selected Christmas songs and will follow the star to Bethlehem, where they will find the baby Jesus in the manager. Members and friends of the parish are invited to join the preschool family for this beautiful evening to celebrate the birth of Jesus. An offering will be taken, with proceeds to benefit St. Jude’s Research Hospital.

Saturday, Dec. 24 Christmas Eve
8:30pm Musical Offering
9:00pm Solemn Vigil Mass

Sunday, Dec. 25 Christmas Day
The Nativity of Our Lord Jesus Christ Christmas Day Mass 10:00am





 
This Sunday and Beyond
Our weekly blog reflecting on the Sunday readings.

For All the Saints Newsletter
FATS December 2022 January 2023

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Events, News, Concerts, Sermons and Service Opportunities

Welcome.

All Saints' is a member of the Episcopal Diocese of San Diego. We are an Anglo-Catholic parish using Rite One of the 1979 Book of Common Prayer.

Our 8:00am Sunday service is a Low Mass without music providing a very reverent service.

Sunday School for ages 4–12 takes place during the 10:30am Solemn Mass and our Adult Formation Class at 9:30am is an open forum led by our Rector.

Our 10:30am service is a Solemn or a Solemn High Mass with full choir and organ, sung prayers, and incense.

Child care is available for children under 5 years of age during Sunday services.
Please join us in worship at one of our several services and Masses. Sunday Mass is at 10am in the church. The Sunday Mass is also live on Zoom and a recording will be posted on our Facebook page for those not able to join us in person.

If you are looking for a new parish home or just visiting San Diego come worship with us. All Saints' welcomes all and is eager to greet you personally. We are a warm, friendly, optimistic congregation.

All Saints' Chaple nativity window

Streamed Services
Click here to go to our Facebook page, to watch recorded services.



All Saints' Arts and Crafts Show flyer

Parishioners and Friends enjoyed this years
Annual Fall Arts and Crafts Show



BLESSING OF THE ANIMALS

On Tuesday October 4 in recognition of the Feast Day of St. Francis of Assisi, the patron saint of animals and the environment, Fr. Carlos blessed animals in the Courtyard by the statue of St. Francis after the Tuesday mass.

Pentecost

On Sunday (June 5th) the Church Universal celebrated the Feast of Pentecost, the occasion when Jesus’ first followers, gathered in Jerusalem for the Jewish Feast of the Weeks, also known as Shavuot—or Pentecost, in Greek—were powerfully filled with the Holy Spirit and proclaimed the Good News of Salvation in Jesus to the multilingual and multicultural crowd gathered in Jerusalem for the feast, and each of them heard the powerful message spoken in their own language.





Pictures from Holy Week 2022








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