Who are we and what do we believe?

All Saints' strives to be:

A Worshipping Community - Celebrating God
A Compassionate Community - Mirroring Christ
A Community of Light - Revealing the Spirit

All Saints’ is a church of the Anglican tradition which means we are both catholic and reformed.

The word catholic translates as the universality of the church which means God’s Church is for all people, in all places for all time. We also believe in one God and the essential unity of the universal Church of Jesus Christ of which our church is only a part. Jesus is one and for everyone.

We also believe in a reformed church as originally initiated through the protestant movement. 

Consequently our faith is based on scripture, reason, tradition, and experience.  

The scriptures or bible contains everything necessary for salvation.

Reason is expressed in the two great commandments which is to love God with all our heart, mind and soul and to love our neighbour as ourselves.

Our tradition is expressed in our worship, the sacraments and historic creeds of the church.  As Anglicans what we pray we believe.

Experience is the belief that revelation is ongoing and that God continues to be active in our world so that our experience informs our faith.

Anglicans practice an open table which welcomes Christians from all faith communities and is tolerant and affirming of a variety of persons, beliefs and individual conscience.  Our baptismal vow is to respect the dignity of every human being





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.: 9:00am - 12:00 noon

Tues. & Thurs: 9:00am-4:00pm

Fri.: Office is closed

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Service Times


08:30 AM Holy Eucharist (said Eucharist)

10:30 AM* Choral Eucharist
* Choral Mattins will normally be scheduled once/month- see "Worship Services menu"

Said Eucharist on Thursdays @ 10:00 AM

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