Welcome to parish life at All Saints! There are a lot of ways to get to know people better, offer ministry gifts, and engage in feeding ourselves and others – soul, mind, and body. To learn more, please click on a link below!
eWitness: The All Saints Weekly Announcements and Quarterly Newsletter
You can see photos from various events and worship services by clicking HERE. If you are a member and would like to request photos from a specific event that are not shown, please contact Vic at the parish office via phone (402) 393-8612 or email.
With wonderful fellowship and ministry opportunities for the many varied gifts God has given, All Saints works hard to be a community of support for one another, and the mission and ministry of Jesus Christ. Please click HERE for our fellowship page.
All Saints Library
There are over 2,800 titles from which to choose, so you can be certain to find just the right book,CD, tape,or DVD. There are a number of devices in place to make your trip to the Library pleasant and successful. For our Library page, click HERE!
The Pomegranate Gift Shop is located between the Narthex and the west church entrance. The gift shop offers an array of items, including: crosses, Baptism and Confirmation gifts, faith inspired greeting cards, jewelry, Episcopal merchandise, prayer beads, books on prayer, grief, and spirituality, and our own "All Saints" merchandise. Shop hours include some Saturdays before our 5 pm service, and Sundays before and after the 9 and 10:30 services. Get the volunteer schedule here.
South Sudanese Community
All Saints is home to a vibrant and growing worship community made up of families from South Sudan. This community, along with occasional gatherings, meets for worship and community building each Sunday at 2 pm with a service in Dinka. On the first Sunday of each month, there is a hybrid Dinka-English Eucharist. For more information, click HERE.
Ministers of Care (MoC)
The Ministers of Care (MoC) program at All Saints is an integral part of our community’s pastoral care and responsiveness. Lay people are trained to serve as lay eucharistic and pastoral visitors to people who are unable to attend church due to short or long-term reasons. In ministering to our fellow parishioners, our MoCs also grow spiritually. If you are interested in becoming an MoC or in having an MoC assigned to you, please contact the Rev. Karen Watson, Pastoral Associate.
We believe in the power of prayer and welcome your requests. We have many individuals who have pledged to lift up all requests in prayer and we will distribute your requests through our prayer chain. We will list the name of the person/s being prayed for and your prayer request/s. We are privileged to join with you in prayer and be entrusted with the knowledge of your joys, sorrows, petitions, or any other concerns. Click HERE for more information.