Council Rep – Patti Mather

This is core of our church, with many opportunities to volunteer and serve.  There is a lot that goes into each worship service. Here is a list of ways you too can help with our Sunday services, you can choose one or many. 

Greeters: get to do just that, greet people with a smile and a welcoming attitude, this can go far to make a regular member or a visitor feel a part of our church family.

Liturgist:  assist the minister during worship, training is provided. 

Reader: read the scripture lessons for the day.

Acolyte: help with serving communion.

Altar Guild: set up and take down of the communion.

Usher: distribute bulletins and assist with services.

Sound Technician: learn to run our PA system.

Musicians: sing in the choir, provide special music for worship.

Worship & Music congregation praying with hands raised in worship

You’ll experience a wide variety of worship styles at All Saints – from the traditional to the contemporary. We celebrate communion at every service which everyone is invited to share. We’re a liturgical church, meaning major ingredients of our worship have been handed down from the earliest years of the Christian church. You’ll sing, pray the “Our Father”, recite a statement of beliefs, connect with fellow believers and have your faith stimulated by a challenging sermon.

Music is an essential part of worship here. Music at All Saints fills the senses with inspirational sounds and leaves you feeling uplifted and energized!  All Saints has a tradition of excellent choral music for worship. Our choir rehearses weekly and sings at worship services during the school year. Comprised of high-school-age on up, the choir offers various genres of music, from contemporary to classical. Everyone who has a love for worship music is invited to be part of the choir which is directed by John Richard, vocal music director at Aurora’s Vista Peak High School. You’ll experience excellent instrumental music as well: organ, piano, keyboard, guitar, trumpet and flute.