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Fall Pastorates

Posted onAugust 9, 2021 | 0 comments

As we often remind ourselves at All Saints, the church exists “for the life of the world.” We remind ourselves this important truth because we tend to forget it. Churches too often—even if unintentionally—isolate themselves from the world. But that’s not as God intends. As the Father sends Jesus into the world, so now Jesus empowers us with his Spirit and sends us into the world to bear witness to his kingdom. ...Keep Reading

Fr. Ben and Church Planting

Posted onAugust 9, 2021 | 0 comments

We were thrilled to welcome Fr. Ben and his family to All Saints back in June. As you know, Fr. Ben has come on board as our Curate for Church Planting. But what does this mean exactly? What will this “curacy” look like? What are Fr. Ben’s duties here at All Saints? ...Keep Reading

Commission | Ascension | Pentecost

Posted onAugust 2, 2021 | by: Wes Gristy | 0 comments

The sequence of Commission-Ascension-Pentecost sets the scene not only for the entire book of Acts, but also for the entire life of the church. We are a people commissioned by Jesus Christ to bear witness to him. As the ascended Lord of all, we are a people committed to bringing the reign of Jesus in heaven to bear upon this earth. And then it’s Pentecost that makes this possible. ...Keep Reading

COVID Relief Gifts

Posted onJune 7, 2021 | 0 comments

Last year, as the COVID pandemic was surging and no one really knew what kind of impact this might have on the economy, All Saints took advantage of a PPP Loan (Payroll Protection Plan) from the federal government for approximately $40,000 to make sure our employees would be paid during this time. The loan was forgiven since we used the relief funds as intended. ...Keep Reading

Our New Church Planting Curate

Posted onApril 9, 2021 | 0 comments

We are excited to announce that the Church Planting Catalyst Team has identified a curate for our Church Planting Curacy Program. Deacon Ben Williams is soon to graduate from Beeson Seminary with an M.Div. and become a priest in the ACNA. He currently serves on staff at Christ the King Anglican Church in Birmingham, and years ago served as an elder alongside Fr. Ross here in Jackson at Christ Community Church. Ben has been married to Janie for fifteen years. They have four boys and a newborn girl. ...Keep Reading

New Children's Church Coordinator

Posted onMarch 30, 2021 | 0 comments

We are excited to announce that Katie Beavers has been hired as our new Children’s Church Coordinator. Katie is wife to Jay and mom to Jane, Lucy, and Sylvia. Some of her favorite things to do include being outdoors and soaking up the beauty of creation, and cooking and eating delicious food. A former educator and lifelong learner, Katie enjoys reading and continuing to explore the depths of the Anglican tradition. She is happy to be part of the growing healing prayer ministry at All Saints and is especially grateful to come on board as Children’s Church Coordinator. She hopes that together we will grow with our children, the church, in our knowledge of Jesus, in His love for us, and in our capability of responding to that love ....Keep Reading

Get Ready for the Emergence

Posted onFebruary 1, 2021 | by: Wes Gristy | 0 comments

There’s no doubt about it: 2020 was a tough year! It was as if, beginning last March, we entered into a perpetual Lent, a dark and cold winter that never seemed to end. If you recall last year’s annual meeting, we heard from those of you who had participated in our Mission Abbey Pastorates, groups that were designed to capture the hopes and dreams of those ministry opportunities we envisioned for our Mission Abbey...Keep Reading

The Latest from Immigration Services

Posted onFebruary 1, 2021 | by: Stacy Preston | 0 comments

With all the challenges of 2020, beginning a new ministry during a pandemic was a ray of light and hope during such an unprecedented time. While COVID-19 hampered the launch of All Saints Immigration Services, it did not stop us from being able to welcome the stranger into our church and assist them with their legal and immigration needs. ...Keep Reading