The Reverend Andrew Cropper:

Worship at All Hallows is a joyful glorification of God the Father and praise to his Son our Lord and Savior Jesus Christ.  We invoke the presence of the Holy Spirit in all our services and especially at Celebrations of the Holy Eucharist.  

Worship services are held at 9:30 AM on every Sunday and on special occasions during the church year including Christmas, Ash Wednesday and the Great Vigil of Easter.  In addition, we participate in ecumenical worship services on Good Friday and the Sunday after Thanksgiving, and a candlelight Christmas service early in December in the Chapel at the Furnace town Historical Village.  

The usual service is Rite II from the 1979 Book of Common Prayer with Rite I on first Sundays of the month.  Occasionally we have other Eucharistic liturgies, such those from the Episcopal Publication Enriching Our Worship and from the Scottish Prayer Book on St. Andrew's Sunday and the Irish Prayer Book on St. Patrick's Sunday.  All Hallows has a loving and welcoming congregation and we welcome all persons.   All our services are followed by a time of fellowship and light refreshments in the Parish House.   

We hope you will join us!

James Bosworth, Principal Musician:

We are a singing congregation that emphasizes great liturgical and musical history.  We build on the Anglican tradition of music from the 16th Century to the present day, raising our voices and instruments to God in perfect praise. Not only do we appreciate a wide variety of church organ music, but also the opportunities to include other instruments (trumpets, violins, etc.) in conjunction with the organ. Following the church calendar gives us the opportunity to provide a wide selection of music from the "masters" to respectable current composers. Come join us at All Hallows; you will be glad you did! The following hymn may not be familiar to everyone, but it does remind us of the place music plays at All Hallows

When in our music God is glorified, and adoration leaves no room for pride,

It is as though the whole creation cried Alleluia!

How often, making music, we have found a new dimension in the world of sound,

As worship moved us to a more profound Alleluia!

So has the church, in liturgy and song, in faith and love, through centuries of wrong,

Born witness to the truth in every tongue, Alleluia!

And did not Jesus sing a psalm that night when utmost evil strove against the Light?

Then let us sing, for whom he won the fight, Alleluia!

Let every instrument be tuned for praise! Let all rejoice who have a voice to raise!

And may God give us faith to sing always Alleluia!


The Officers and Vestry

Jefferson Moak (Senior Warden) ------------------ 2026

Vacant (Junior Warden) ----------------------- 2024

Bill Gordy -------------------------------------- 2022-2024

Ellen Sprouls (Registrar) --------------------- 2022-2024

Barbara Trader  ------------------------------- 2023-2025

Tom Gravenor (Treasurer) ------------------- 2023-2025

Deborah Blackburn ----------------------------2024-2026

Harry Deitch (RaiseRight Coordinator)