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All Saints Sunday celebrates the baptized people of God, living and dead, who make up the body of Christ. With thanksgiving we remember all the faithful departed, especially those most dear to us who have died. The readings on All Saints Sunday are filled with rich images of eternal life promised to all the saints. The Holy Meal is a foretaste of that great and promised feast where death or pain will be no more. Even in the midst of loss and grief God wipes away the tears from our eyes and makes all things new.

Please submit the name(s) of people you would like listed in the worship bulletin on All Saints Sunday, those who have:
· died and/or
· those who have been baptized within the past year.
Also... bring pictures with you Sunday to place on the window sills near the pews or on the high altar.


Your name: 

Person to be remembered:


Date of death or baptism:





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Daily Bible Verse

  • Isaiah 61:1-7

    ​They will be called oaks of righteousness, the planting of the LORD, to display his glory.

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