All Saints Episcopal Church in Chicago

All Saints Day November 2015

Bonnie A. Perry

This is the day, this is the day, when all parts of our lives: mortal and eternal come together, with the beginning, the end and the middle. 

We who are here,
with little ones in our arms
and flags that flutter above,
we are the middle.
The middle. Us.
We who are happy, tired, excited or anxious, bewildered, sad or glad
—we are the ones
who are holding
the beginning and the end together
as best we can.

This day, this Day of the Dead, this All Saints Day
—we in the middle—
are here to remember
the building blocks of the strands of our DNA.
These flags above, the women, men, and children named on these flags,
they are the biological codes
of who we are and how we came to be.
The people of our families,
the friends of our lives,
the giants of our culture,
they have made us.

They have offered to us, bits and pieces of their lives,
wisdom, insights and stories,
love and care.
These people who flutter above us tell the backstory of our lives.




Judy Traverso, and her mother and aunts, Bea Muhleman, Norma Haddleton, Mary Lassiter—without whom this place, this place of faith would not be.

The Rt. Rev. William Wiedrich, Bishop Suffragen of this diocese. He saw hope and resurrection in this place when no one, no one else beyond those doors did.

Cindy Waldron, who brought her young daughter, Hilary, here and made a home when very few others were making that choice.

We remember Saints of this place, Saints of our lives.

Esther Propst—miss you and love you
Daisy Propst—Think of you often and miss you.

Rosa Parks “I have learned over the years that when one’s mind is made up, this diminishes fear; knowing what must be done does away with fear.”

Harriet Tubman “I looked at my hands to see if I was the same person now that I was free.”

Thurgood Marshall “None of us got where we are solely by pulling ourselves up by our bootstraps. We got here because somebody—a parent, a teacher, an ivy league crony or a few nuns bent down and helped us pick up our boots.”

James Baldwin “not everything that is faced can be changed, but nothing can be changed until it is faced.”

Janet Callahan—An Aunt like No Other. You kept my childhood alive in pictures and stories, and you loved us so deeply. Thank you for your wisdom and your beautiful laugh.

Dad I think I am becoming more like you as I get older. Wish I could ask your advice on things.

Chuck Doerr—I’m glad we danced at my wedding

Baby Eleanor—You were born too soon. Your family remembers you. Your twin brother will know about you.

Joan “the Queen” Steenhausen—Thank you for teaching me to speak. You’ll be glad to know I haven’t stopped since.

Grandpa Gould Your love for God was deep and evident. Thank you for sharing with us.

Nancy John Stone

Dear Uncle Eddie, Our family is not the same without you. Thank you for your generosity, your humor, your love. I hope and trust that you are singing and feasting with God.

Suella Henn—mentor, friend, sister in prayer & lover of God’s adventures. I can’t believe you’re gone. I think of you every day and am indelilibly glad for our short time together.

Lola Sherron—my aunt
Gloria—Dear Cousin and friend—hope the lemonade stand is doing well.

To Debbie—I miss sharing all of our memories; I miss your laugh and your love. Laurie down the street

Lily Lench—Tuesday night neighbor—we will miss you.

My mother—Bettie Joe Johnson born October 26, 1943—Died September 26, 2015

Mom I miss you Sparkle!!!

Melanie Fenton-Reichart, CPS Art Educator, Mother, Mentor Lost to Cancer too soon August 2015

John Michael Mroxzkowski Feb 1946- May 2015 Brother—uncle—Care provider—committee man, Art connoisseur, patron of the Arts, needlework artist, man of faith, friend

Ernie—the best dad! You taught me the importance of reaching out and helping others. Thank you. For sharing your beautiful heart with us! Love and Miss you.

Mom & Dad—Call me please.

Rita, Phipps & Mike my sister, my friend, my brother. I’m grateful for the gift of their lives. Peace to you now.

Wendy—the bunny: tomato, clover, noodles, flowers, apples, dandelion greens

Leo P Thornton Forever in our hearts. Beloved son, brother, nephew, grandson, patriot. This world was never meant for one as beautiful as you.

Robert Welsh—my uncle Bob—ONE GOOD Man

Leonard Nimoy: Live long and prosper!

Carl I still miss you. Your loved ones are doing okay, but would be better with you xxoo

To the three timeless, wonderful people; you filled my life with so much. Not a day goes by that I don’t see your lovely faces and remember you fondly. Until we meet again: Dad, Mom and Moms: Nemecio Rivera, Celestina Rivera and Rick Hambel. I love you.

Karl Krause: Honorable, loving in pain. Please rest.

Grace Lee Boggs: Rest in Power

Dr. Sigmund Freud: Father of psychoanalysis. Champion of love and the dynamic unconscious…

Tom Lacy influential 5th grade teacher. Remembering you 40 years later.

Sofia and Gianna—Did you ever imagine the little seed you planted would grow to shelter so many nests? Thank you. 9:00

Grandma Ruth—These days you must be telling everyone in heaven how brilliant your great-grandson is. You always knew.

Henry Schoenstin, Maria Kazantsis Tikoff 9:00

Cheryl Dipenta—first female assistant V.P. of Bell Canada, who gave me courage

John and Winnie Irmen, Matthew Irmen

Nancy—best cat ever

Sweet Pea—are loved bunny from room 210

Sandra Bland and all other victims of police brutality and racism

Karl Lubenstein—Thank you for helping me figure out what kind of person I wanted to be and to come out and eventually find this church

Doug Beavan—always leave them wanting more

Good friends: Bernie, Sue, Earl, Dick, Butch, Homer, Bill, Bob, and Henry

Marigolde and Ken, My mom and dad, love and peace, Deb

Elaine, “Lainy” Garland—I know you are smiling down on the boys. Love you. Miss you.

Clara McCracken—Nanny you were such a strong woman, who was the center of our family. Fearless.

Gracen Harris July 2, 2009 to October 18, 2009

Charles and Lillian Mondi, Mary and Charlie Raucci

Winifred and John—Dance on 11:00

Robin Williams. Wow. Damn.

Linda Key October 11, 1953—May 16, 2015 Lunch Lady. Elvis Fan. Died suddenly not long before she had hoped to retire.

Victor Wernette 1920-2008 Grandfather, Farmer, Storyteller

Eleanor Knepper—beloved Aunt

Marilyn Wojciechowski July 14, 1931- December 13, 2004
Great cook, wrong way driver, and encourager of bad ideas. Faithful servant of God.

Margaret Harnden Jan 3, 1926- March 18, 2007 A fighter no matter what was thrown at her. Always wished the catholic priest that said her marriage wouldn’t last could have seen it last 62 years. She became an Episcopalian.

Guillermo Castro Good son, Good father and family man. Always in a good mood will always miss you and love you. God be with you.

Kathleen Chin—the voice in my head and my heart

Pete Seeger—your songs nourished generations

Julia—I think of you every day—your untimely death in South Sudan has left us all with grief and an aching awareness of how short life is

Paul & Minnie, Ruth and Mak: Ancestors of Renown

J. Norman Hildebrand “Superman”

Grandparents Chung—we miss you so much!

Warren S. Loud 1921-2010

Hugh Ambrose—Montana Southern Gentleman

Bob Cook Rector, Marine, Friend

Cassie Tiogloy, my beloved Aunt who raised me. Miss you, love you. This name:
“Ti-o-go-le” is the last in the line. Invented when my uncle emigrated from Sweden to avoid the law—there are no other Tiogoly’s in the world.

John Herman Kobs and Lauretta Kobs. We love you! Peter, Sarah, Julie

Nana Dwemoh, Baffour Adu-Owusu, Osei-Kwadwo, Gandmum

Bill, My father and my conscience—Bill Hartman Jr.

Magnolia, most loving animal companion who taught me patience, love, and strength to overcome adversities.

Grandpa: Ronald Ferguson 9:00

Troy Burris aka “Apple”. Took his own life, August 2015. I remember his as a happy guy. Rest in Peace “Surfer”

Grandma Madge

James Ward—Smart and generous dad. You are still missed and loved every day. You would have been an amazing grandpa. Love, Rich, Liz, Lilly and Julieete

Jean Ortlieb: Loving mother to seven children

Ruby Rosheuvel

Jane Varges, Diane Varges Thurlwell, Ann Mullin Renshaw

John Lennon and George Harrison

Robert Koehler Sr—Quiet man, WWII marine. Special Olympics sponsor, wrestling coach an inspirer of countless men. Beloved day and Grandpa

Bette—I miss harmonizing with you

Papa Roy, I love you and miss you

Helen Young, your little angel misses you

Derek Corbett: headmaster, teacher, saint

Frances Argento (if one person is looking down on us, protecting us, it’s her!) B 11

Community of artists: Molly, Julia, Erin, Russ

Number 14—Ernie Banks “lets play two”

Julian Bond—who said, “Violence is black children going to school for 12 years and receiving 6 years worth of education.

Percy Seldge—Former hospital orderly recorded, “When a man loves a woman”

Allison Parker, 27 Adam Ward 24 Virginia Journalists murdered during a live broadcast

The Rev Clementa Pinckney, 41, The Rev. Sharonda Coleman Singleton 45, Tywanza Sanders 26, Ethel Lance 70, Susie Jackson 87, Cynthia Hurd, 54, Myra Thompson 59, Daniel Simmons Sr. 74, DePayne Middleton Doctor 49 --sometimes it seems as if the second amendment is slaughtering the first amendment.

Amelia Boynton, 104 years old. Civil rights activist beaten my Alabama State Troopers on “Bloody Sunday” First woman to run for a seat in Alabama legislature A live well lived.

Judy Traverso Mom, Warden, so resilant, funny, lover of all things frogs, caring, difficult, loving, faithful, so smart, a saint of All Saints. I miss you.

This person has many names. “Loved one” “Aunt” “Nancy”. All names associated with one person. When she took her life, our family was devastated. No more afternoon visits that thrilled us. No more sitting on the living room floor on a Sunday evening playing cards or a board game. These are all memories that we’ve made. I just wish we could have made more. “Aunt” Nancy Gee—a loving person to all who she crossed paths with, whether young or old.

Grandma and Grandpa O Your love and witness to God’s goodness are still alive.

Tio Pancho Descanse en paz Lo queremos mucho Martinez H
Des-can-se en paz . Lo Quer-emos mucho

Uncle Tom It’s only now that I realize how hard, how hard your life must have been. I hope it is always Christmas where you are.

Grandma—I like to think I got some of my best bits from you—storytelling, party throwing, expectation denying and generally being a badass! 11:00

The people who don’t have anyone to remember them. You still mattered.

Mom—even though its been almost a decade now which seems impossible. Even though a lot of time has passed, I feel you closer than ever. I am continuing to strive
to be the person you’d hoped I’d be.

Eric Morse Rest in Peace In 1995 he got thrown out of a 14th story window.

Caroline, my mom’s really close friend. Had three children. Died in a car accident.

Any trans child who has taken their life. They are accepted in my eyes.

Aunt Jeannette I am glad I got to meet you before you died. I wish I could still swim in your pool that was a great summer.

My cat, Touque, you were the one who was always at the end of the bed

My great-grandma Jiji who was almost a 100 (my grandma’s mom)

Emily Williams Grandmother to all

For Uncle David, who served us Fresca in cut crystal glasses

For Granny and Bob bob

Mother Cooper—she was 80 and would not be trifled with

The mighty Ken Mauro

Mom, whose heroes were James Dean, John Lennon, Gandhi and Yoda. Thanks for all the popcorn.

Tracy, you’re so missed (Sorry I know you’d be horrified to be brought to church! But you did like a good party.)

Holly (December 1, 1972—October 9, 2015) Dear Holly, We wish you great peace. You were such a beautiful friend, mother, and now an angel. You left us too soon, yet provided everyone with wonderful memories. We’re here for your lovely girls Bella and Alex and your loving husband David. Until we meet again, we’ll always love you. Love, Vanessa, Dave, Aimee, Addison and Laila

Marie, You nurtured my love of folk-dancing and introduced me to Manhattans. I will always remember your love of life and your steadfast love of all your friends

Dad, thinking of you and your creative problem solving! Who else would get a cat out of a tree, 20 feet up the tree—by getting out the chainsaw. We miss you. Love Dave, Venessa Aime and Addison and Lailal

Carol Smith—missing you at our annual family pieogie making.

Evelyn Remick Russell—Born 1910 oldest of three daughters. Beautiful woman, loving grandmother, Great grandmother to Theodore Remick Herman, being baptized today. We love you.

Dear Lydia and Joe, we miss you and love you

George Stocking—mentor, dragon-slayer

Nemo—a disabled fish with a big heart. RIP RIP forever, Nemo Lilly Soystar

Dear Grandpa, We got a puppy after you passed. His nme is Spikey he is a shitzu and his birthday is on April 11. We got him in June. I miss you. Your granddaughter Maya A. T.

Blanch and Fred the best parents ever—dancing in heaven.

Mom, I miss you all the time. Langon has started asking about Nanna. All of the kids wonder about you. I hope they continue to want to know you. I miss you---Carole Sue Gallagher July 24, 1941-February 15, 1999

Peter—you are missed more than ever

I miss you Dan—the best ever musician dentist

Papi Edwards, Lamia Beard, Ty “Nunee” Underwood, Yazmin Vash Payne, Ashton O’Hara—all Trans people murdered

Nanny, miss how you gave us lots of candy—Love Eli
Michael Jackson, George Washington, Thomas Edison, Abraham Lincoln

Allan Brooke Wetzel 1933-2003 We miss you dad

Sean Bell, Tarika Wilson, Aiyana Jones, John Crawford, Eric Garner, Tamir Rice, Jonathan Ferrell, Mike Brown. Unarmed shot down. Dead by police

Brett Keller Gorman—We shared dorm rooms, apartments, tents and thirty years of memories, replete with your infectious laughter. Losing you earlier this year was like losing a part of my past. I still can’t believe you are gone. It wasn’t supposed to go this way…pondering the stars in the night sky will forever remind me of you. See you by the campfire.

Janan Jaber 1954-2007 Iraq
I never met you; you were killed by unknown shooters while working for UNICEF in Baghdad. But your wife youlena inspires me everyday with her commitment to forgiven her fellow Iraquis who killed you.

Marion McKenzie Born 1929. Lived with incredible energy. Prayed with determination. Opined often. Listened even more. Would have been a wonderful grandmother.

Virgil Delaney Drunken Angel of Tuesday nights. Died December 2004

Ewald Nicholas Bednorz, 1931-2015 survivor of both Nazi and Communist totalitarianism—and all the children of the Second World War now at rest.

Peter Burke—Has it been a year already? I’m sure you are looking down on your granddaughter with much chagrin as she navigates Europe. We miss you Uncle Peter! --Shelly

Spike McKenzie—Sam runs like the wind. Ella sees like a poet. They both remember grandpa. Wish you were still around to watch them grow.

Grandma Clara Youngberg Finch—I wish you could see the boys. Anton is so much like Dad, it would crack you up. He’s always up for a party and a stranger is just a friend he hasn’t met yet. You would love him.

The “Greatest Grandma” Verna Stewart

Jackson Chance Meghie November 11, 2011—September 7, 2012 Remembered with love.

Caryn Berman Thanks for paying me to eat ice cream and teaching me countless other ways to love life. Your humor and wisdom will never be forgotten. Miss you every day. Love you.

Lynda—so sorry you could find no other way to end your pain.

Dad, I’m lost. I need a swift kick in the pants or a quick work of encouragement But you are not here. I miss you.

Al Osekavage—the Great engineer—such great pain and never complained. He even put up with Gen!

Jake Brewer 1981—2015 who fought for justice and love above all

Len and Betty Becker

John Schaefer—He loved the Texas Hill Country, West Point, the Army, engineering, history, a good chicken fried steak and Western Swing, but most of all his family especially his 4 “little” girls.

Grandpa Bill, I miss your smile and gentle kindness. You’d love Andy and our boys. I still eat chocolate cake on your birthday—and mine.

Don Featherstone, Creator of the pink lawn flamingo.

Our Tuesday neighbor Miss Ellie

#8 Lawrence “Yogi” Berra “Where do you want to be buried, yogi?” “I don’t know surprise me!”

Pop Fahey—he let me date his daughter.

Baby Strauch We think of you with love

Evelyn Waugh—What a writer!

Sweet Gus Kitty—I miss your sweet face and your quiet grace

Blair Perkins Grumman 1936-2003
Your curiosity about the world, your generosity of spirit and infinite love for children –yours and others is missed everyday

My lost tiny baby and the lost babies of so many sweet friends all wanted and loved and missed

Barbara stewart, Grace Hansa, Bruce Ward

Mary and Tommy Hughes—surrogate grandparents dearest friends.

Phyllis rippey
Frank Caleb
Stephen Mark b11

My sweet Aunt Cathy—godmother and chocolate buddy. I love you and miss you so much.

Boomer! You’re a good boy. Woof

Big-Hearted Skip Klatt & his parents Bob and Jane

My Best Friend, Elizabeth Woodworth 1962—1991 No one would have loved this all Saints Celebration better than she. I’m sorry she never saw it.

Baby Strauch—we think of you often

Charlotte Elizabeth Carman Foote—One year? Can’t believe its already. A princess named after you (at least we like to say that) weddings, celebrations you are missed and remembered fondly Love H, G & S

Genevieve Takach, Wilbur Thompson

Lucas Lawson, Charles Lassiter Williams

Michael Garay, Gershon Yang, Harry Berger, Yury Kanzburg, Anatoliy Mayshot, Sumar Adleman
Jews who survived the holocaust, lost their families and came to America to build new lives and new families. They died in 2015. 70 years after the end of the war. May their stories never be forgotten.

Bronson P. Clark, a Quaker peace activist who always said the only conversations appropriate at a dinner table were: sex, religion and politics.

Nate Boyden whose sudden and tragic death is not a part of God’s plan. It is a wound to be carried into the Kingdom.

Ron Guffy—thank you for raising my husband you would love the boys.

Jack Muldoon—“It’s Spring—maybe All Saints should try to buy your house.”

This day we baptize, Jane, Theodore and Nora and then we will begin to give them
bits of wisdom,
times of insight
and mountains of love---
so that we may be for them, as those who flutter above and been for us.

It’s All Saints Day—a day made for the beginning, middle and the end. A day made for all of us.


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Annual Meeting Jan. 28, 2018: Rector's Address

Annual Meeting Jan. 28, 2018: Rector's Address

Here is a link to download Bonnie's address.

Weekly Message for February 18

Weekly Message for February 18

Dear Friends,    


How much longer will the killing continue? 
Here are some groups and activities you might consider supporting with your time and your money: 
  • The IL Council Against Handgun Violence 
  • Moms Demand Action 
  • Gabby Giffords' PAC 

  • And here's a list of congressional representatives who have received the most amount of money from the National Rifle Association. Apparently they are all praying for the people in Florida directly affected by our country’s latest mass shooting. I invite you to pray for their souls and to drop them a note wondering if God is answering their prayers. Will it make a difference? I don’t know. But, being held hostage by a diabolical association that has convinced our elected officials that it is the God-given, constitutionally-sanctioned right of every American to wander around with a semi-automatic rifle is absurd. Seems like all of us ought to start loudly pointing out this insanity.
    I’ll be at the Moms Demand Action Lakeview gathering on the 24th of February. Let me know if you’d like to come with me. Please let me know what other courses of action you plan to take to end gun violence in our country.
    This evening, All Saints’ will be hosting a gathering for the friends, family, and neighbors of our long-term neighbor John Vanzo at 7:00. Tomorrow morning at 10:30 there will be a visitation in the sanctuary and a memorial service at 11:00 am. All are welcome. 
    I’m super excited that we will finally kick off the All Saints’ Youth Group with an overnight this Saturday. Please RSVP to Hilary Waldron if your 7-12 grade child is planning on attending. 
    Following the 11:00 Worship service we will have a Newcomer’s Brunch at O’Shaughnessy’s at 12:15. Please join us!
    This Sunday, Emily will be preaching, I’ll be celebrating, and our choir will be singing some wonderfully moving Lenten music. It seems like the right time to be praying and repenting. So please come and join me.
    All my best,


    Annual Bake Auction

    Annual Bake Auction

    Dear Friends,
    For nineteen years, All Saints' has been creating an Africa Bake Auction that changes people's lives. Last year we raised over $26,000 by buying cakes that we baked! With the money raised during the auction between our 9am and 11am worship services, our young people chose to fund:
  • wells and clean water for people in South Sudan
  • a women's collective tea store, creating a place for women entrepeneurs
  • scholarships for Sudanese refugees in Uganda
  • financial aid for two scholars working on LGBT issues in Africa
  • health care for women, children, and men in the Diocese of Renk, South Sudan
  • In terms of what it buys in South Sudan, our money is multiplied by a factor of ten. And now, more than ever, our assistance is needed. What you do--what we give--helps people so very much.
    So come with your debit cards, bring your friends, bake some goodies, and get ready to make an investment in the lives of people in South Sudan.
    Susan and I will be spending at least $750 to make a difference. I'll be baking my no frills, simply chocolate, kinda ugly, really tasty cake!
    And during our worship services on Sunday, each offering that isn't marked "pledge" will be given to our friends in South Sudan.  
    Please start baking, and email a title and brief description to Polly Tangora so she can streamline check-in by preparing your bid forms in advance. Then post your amazing goodies on Facebookor Instagram, tagging All Saints' and using the hashtag #AfricaBakeAuction. 
    All the best, 
    March For Our Lives - A Lenten Pilgrimage

    March For Our Lives - A Lenten Pilgrimage


    Dear Friends,

    I invite you to join me on a pilgrimage to Washington DC on March 24th to support the young people from Florida who are marching in memory of their slain friends, murdered in their high school.

    I believe this journey to DC or a shorter trip to Downtown Chicago needs to be an intrinsic part of our Lenten Discipline this year. This country can no longer sigh and wring our collective hands and be lulled into thinking that there is nothing else we can do. We can show up. We can show up by the thousands, by the hundreds. That showing up begins when each one of us changes a plan and alters a schedule to be there to show we care. Because we do. 

    For DC, we’ll leave Friday evening at 5:00, March 23rd. Click here for more information and to purchase bus tickets. We’ll March during the day on the 24th. And return Saturday night so that we all may be back in time for Palm Sunday Services, March 25th. Know that the procession we take part in on Saturday will be a Palm Sunday Procession for the world and not just our church.

    I hope you can be there, with your family and friends in either DC or Downtown.

    All my best,



    Lenten Evening Prayer

    Lenten Evening Prayer

    On Thursdays, February 15-March 22, brief services of Evening Prayer will be offered at 7:00pm, with scripture, poetry, and song. Come find rest for your souls.

    Inquirers’ Class

    Inquirers’ Class

    On Thursdays, February 15—March 22, the Inquirers’ Class will take place in the Reading Room next to the sanctuary. Designed especially but not exclusively for those new to All Saints’ and/or the Episcopal Church, this 6-week series is an exploration of adult spirituality through history, prayer, scriptures, theology, church polity, and more. If desired, it may also serve as preparation for the rite of confirmation or reception into the Episcopal Church in May or June.

    The book we’ll refer to occasionally in the class is called Jesus was an Episcopalian (and you can be one, too!): A Newcomer’s Guide to the Episcopal Church by Chris Yaw. If you’re interested in joining the class, consider getting a copy to look over.

    Contact Bonnie or Emily for more info.

    Bags for RCS

    Bags for RCS

    We're running low on paper and reusable bags for our Tuesday night pantry. Please bring us your extras! 
    We will be taking donations on Tuesday evenings, M-F 9am-4pm, and on Sundays during church services. Look for the bins by the doors. Thanks for your help!

    Community Kitchen Volunteers Needed

    Community Kitchen Volunteers Needed

    Tuesdays 6:15-8:00pm 

    RCS is looking for help serving and cleaning up after dinner on Tuesdays from 6:15-8:00pm.

    If you're able to volunteer, contact Emily or Operations Manager Parker Callahan, or call 773-769-0282.

    Donate to The 1883 Project

    Donate to The 1883 Project

    Please consider supporting the restoration project of our historic building. To make a donation, click here

    1883 Construction web 

    Fixing This Old Church

    Fixing This Old Church

    Here is a collection of photos of the progress of our 1883 Project. Here is a collection of bell tower photos. Check back often for updates.

    Sunday Service Times

    8:00 am Inclusive Language Eucharist
    9:00 am Holy Eucharist with Choir
    10:00 am Children's Church School
    10:00 am Coffee Hour
    11:00 am Holy Eucharist with Choir


    Contact Us

    4550 N. Hermitage in Chicago, IL 60640 (Directions)

    Phone (773) 561-0111


    Information about pastoral care.



    Bonnie on Huffington Post

    Occasionally Bonnie's sermons are published on the Huffington Post. Here are some links.

    Pain. Change. Hope.

    November 15, 2015

    What Does St. Francis of Assisi Have to Say to Us Today?

    October 4, 2015

    Wake Up Calls

    September 6, 2015

    Christmas Reminds Us That We, Like God, Are Human, Too

    December 24, 2014

    The Deep Sleep of Racial Oblivion: One Pastor's Sin of Omission

    November 30, 2014

    Pulpit Swap

    The Pulpit Swap between St Thomas and All Saints is part of our ongoing effort to bring our parishes closer together as we engage in a conversation about systemic racism and how we can work together to forge new possibilities and outcomes.

    Going Home—Changed

    Pulpit Swap Sermon By The Rev Bonnie Perry of All Saints Episcopal Church on October 16, 2016.  

    When Prayers Go Unanswered

    Pulpit Swap Sermon By The Rev Dr Fulton L Porter celebrating at All Saints Episcopal Church on Oct16 2016.