Sunday, June 25, 2017
Vacation Bible School is June 26-30

We are so excited to share the Good news of God’s love with your children this summer at Vacation Bible School! 

DOWNLOAD VBS Registration Form here.

We have a fun week of activities planned for your little super heroes including music, dancing, crafts, games, and (of course) Bible stories! 

Every morning you will need to drop your child off in their assigned room in the church undercroft (basement) between 8:45 and 9:00 and you will pick them up in the same room at 11:45. Please make sure you are here to pick them up before 12:00 each day. Your children will be assigned a room when you come for your first day.

To help get your kids super-excited for VBS this year, CD’s with all the music will be available for pick-up on the last day of Sunday school! Make sure they’re registered by then for a copy. We’ll hand them out again on the first day of VBS.

Also, instead of t-shirts, we have a surprise that we think the kids will like a whole lot more!

June 4 Book Signing

Book Signing featuring Mthr. Jordan Ware

Author of The Ultimate Quest: A Geek's Guide to (The Episcopal) Church 

Sunday, June 4, 10:00 to 11:00 a.m., DeWolfe Hall

St. Anne's Bookstore & Gifts invites all to a Book Signing featuring Mthr. Jordan Ware, who is now the author of The Ultimate Quest: A Geek's Guide to (The Episcopal) Church, published by Church Publishing New York. 


The cover blurb offers an apt description of Mthr. Ware’s work: “Ware’s light and funny style (and nerd-tastic references) make the impenetrable mysteries of theology, liturgy and church history accessible for all readers, whether you’re a fan of Star Wars or Star Trek. All nerds and church geeks are welcome on this wild adventure through the Episcopal jungle.”

Congratulations to Mthr. Ware on publication of her book!

All Saints' pledges $40,000

The Rector of All Saints’ Episcopal Church announced that the Vestry has approved a parish pledge of $40,000 over two years to support the growth of Episcopal churches in the Diocese of Fort Worth.

While visiting our diocese on April 8th, the Most Rev. Michael Curry, Presiding Bishop of The Episcopal Church launched the “New Life Fund: Growing in New Ways Campaign.”  The campaign is meant to raise $200,000 over a two-year period to complement the $600,000 grant which the rest of The Episcopal Church has committed to grow this Church in North Texas.

Among other things, this money will help this diocese expand our presence in Parker County west of Fort Worth, something our bishop, the Rt. Rev. Scott Mayer, is very keen on doing.  It is expected that over the next decade roughly 50,000 families will be moving into the Walsh Ranch development.  The Episcopal Church intends to be there to welcome them.

All Saints’ $40,000 pledge represents what Fr. Chris Jambor calls a “13th month assessment” to the diocese to be used for church planting.  The monthly diocesan assessment which All Saints’ sends in is just over $20,000.  So, in 2017 and 2018, All Saints’ will add a “13th month assessment” ($20,000) to its diocesan support, or $40,000 over the two years.  “What this means,” according to Fr. Jambor, “is that every single person in our parish who gives any money to our mission and ministries will have a hand in spreading the gospel and the Church beyond the walls of All Saints’.”

For more information on the campaign, visit

Community Outreach

Community Outreach 

Collecting specific food items for nearby local children at risk for weekend hunger.

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