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Special Announcement

At the services on June 4, the All Saints' congregation learned that Father Geoff Howson would be leading his last service with us on Sunday, June 25.  Bishop Riscylla has appointed Father Geoff as the Intentional Interim Priest at Bobcaygeon, starting July 1.  

To acknowledge and honour Father Geoff's tenure at All Saints' and wish him all the best in his new charge, we - the Wardens, Parish Council, and all the many volunteers at All Saints' - invite you to an end-of-season barbecue following the morning service on Sunday, June 25. Join us for fellowship, delicious food, and a chance to thank Father Geoff for all he's brought to All Saints'.

The Wardens

Ben Keith was chosen as the 2017 recipient of the "Kenny Robinson" award.

The Kenny Award is presented to a chorister under 30 who has demonstrated a commitment to the All Saints’ choir through their attendance, enthusiasm, and desire to improve as a singer.

Kenny Robinson was a cheerful, hardworking boy who grew up in the neighbourhood, and started singing in the All Saints’ choir at age 8. He drowned a year later. Kenny loved being part of the choir and singing with his big brother, Wayne. Kenny felt that his life wouldn’t be the same without choir.

Ben's responce:

I hadn’t had any real experience singing, but I always liked singing to myself and humming along with recorded music.  Mostly I was encouraged to join the All Saints choir because my mom told me that Syd Birrell, a close friend of our family was directing the choir. I also wanted to develop my singing voice. During my first year, things became overwhelming at times and I felt like I might not be able to handle it. But I had help from people like Gary Burns and Max DeBues.  Also, Syd’s wife Pam gave me singing lessons to help develop my voice. In the end, my experience with the choir has given me an even greater appreciation for vocal music, and I’ve met a lot of good people. I’ve even had a chance to conduct the choir, which was a nice experience for me!

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Christine Slevan was honoured on June 4 for her 25 years as a member of the All Saints' Choir. Thanks and congratulations Christine!



Mary Lloyd was recognized and thanked for her many years as coordinator of the memorial flowers ministry at All Saints'. Thanks Mary!

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*** It has been confirmed that a Service of Institution and welcome to Trent Durham Area  for +Riscylla Walsh Shaw will take place on Saturday January 21, 2017 at 2:00 pm at St. John's Peterborough.  A reception will follow the service and there will be plenty of parking available on the day. ***


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All Saints’ is a welcoming faith community that affirms and celebrates the diversity of God’s people respecting the dignity of every human being.  Equal opportunity and respect exists for all.  We value your unique spiritual journey whether you are a newcomer, seeker or doubter.  We respect the opinion, leadership and participation of all regardless of gender, age or sexual orientation. If you are looking for a church that is inclusive, tolerant, respectful and celebrates all God’s people please visit or contact us.  If you are looking for a church of acceptance with opportunity for spiritual nurture, growth and service then All Saints’ may be the home for you.  

We provide a spiritual oasis of comfort for refreshment and renewal.  All Saints’ is an historic church in the heart of the Peterborough with members from all over the region and from a variety of faith backgrounds. We are known for uplifting and meaningful choral worship services. We offer opportunities for spiritual nurture, education and growth.  We provide enjoyable and fun social occasions to better know each other.

All Saints' also challenges us to better serve our neighbour by attempting to live as people of integrity and faith.  We follow the example of Jesus to nurture and serve all God’s people. We attempt to discover where God is active beyond the church.  We strive to create new opportunities for connecting in service with our neighbourhood and the neighbourhoods in which we all live.  We are concerned with those who are marginalized, impoverished and experience injustice.  We are engaged in ways to renew and re-strategize our mission.

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Church's Location:
235 Rubidge St., (corner of Sherbrooke St.)
Peterborough, ON
K9J 3N9
Telephone: 705-876-1501
Fax: 705-742-8962

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Office hours:

Mon. & Wed.: 12-5pm

Tues. & Thurs: 2-5PM

Fri.: 12-4PM

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Service Times


08:30 AM Holy Eucharist (said Eucharist)

10:30 AM Choral Eucharist
Note: Choral Mattins at the 10:30 service on the 5th Sunday

Summer-July & August: 1 service @10:00 am

July @ All Saints'

August @ St. John's

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