This past Sunday, July 7th was our annual parish cookout. The church provided hamburgers, hot dogs, potato salad, cole slaw, and baked beans, as well as iced tea and lemonade. Many members brought desserts to share! This was a wonderful opportunity to gather with friends for worship and fellowship. Here are some photographic highlights.
July 21st Lifetime Planning: In this class, Andy Reed will discuss the importance of having a durable power of attorney, healthcare surrogate and living will. He will talk about what the powers in these documents do, common scenarios, when these powers are needed, and who can serve as an agent or surrogate.
Our church was buzzing with children of all ages enjoying Vacation Bible School. The theme this year had our children and leaders saying, "God is good!" They learned that even when they are sad, or life seems unfair, or they go through changes, God is always there for them, loving them and providing for what they need.
When Rebecca Borneman was a young woman, her mother took her to visit the Church of the Resurrection in New York City. As they walked through the small but significant parish, Rebecca remembers seeing the small closed seat at the end of each pew. These small wooden seats – unassuming yet in a place of honor - were the designated seats for the original Daughters of the King.
Friday March 15th found the members of All Saints’ Outreach Committee deeply concerned about the weather for Saturday’s Compassion Day. Lots of prayers were said as we decided to have trust and faith in our Lord. On Saturday, the weather was perfect. Our prayers were answered!
The day began early at 7:30AM. Our parking crew, led by Terry Karr and assisted by Stuart Dow and Jack Runyon, were at N. Lake Wire to direct the painting crews in getting parked so they could start painting at 8:00 AM.
We hope you enjoy our short video about All Saints'. Our goal was to not just tell you about our church but actually give you a feeling for who we are and what being a part of our family is like. We encourage you to look further into what makes our church "home" for so many people. Our church is a warm, wonderful place to grow and deepen a relationship with Jesus, make new friends, and be part of a family who will love you.
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202 South Massachusetts Ave. Lakeland, Florida Phone: (863) 688-4502
Saturday Service: 4 p.m. (Organ)
Sunday Services: 7:30 a.m., 8:50 a.m., and 10:50 a.m. (Music at 8:50 a.m. and 10:50 a.m.)
Sunday School: 10 a.m. (Infant – Adult Classes)
Worship Wednesdays: 12:10 p.m. and 6 p.m.
Our Mission Statement
We are a people called to proclaim the Gospel of Jesus Christ. We worship, honor and glorify God in spirit and truth, inspiring a love for and devotion to Christ and a passion for righteousness. We gain knowledge of God through sound Christian Education. Our church family strives to be loving and caring, welcoming everyone in the name of our Lord.
Our Vision Statement
To lead all people into a deeper relationship with God and each other in Christ, and to develop the gifts and talents of our parishioners through teaching and preaching the Word of God, to transform our families and communities, and influence the culture.