Bulletin Board

Exciting Times

CHANGE OF SERVICE LOCATION:

Due to an insurance claim and the repair needed inside of the nave of the church, our construction company has asked for unfettered access to the nave. Therefore, we are required to close the church for three months.

ALL SAINTS CHURCH WILL BE CLOSED FOR RENOVATIONS FROM MONDAY, APRIL 22 TO SUNDAY, AUGUST 4, 2019.

During that time, we have been invited to join and worship with the Parish of St. Luke’s congregation at 130 Nassau Street North, phone number 204-452-3609.

OUR FIRST SERVICES AT ST. LUKE’S WILL BEGIN ON SUNDAY, APRIL 28.

There will be a slight shift in our worship times as guests in a new space:

SUNDAYS AT 8:30 A.M. (SAID EUCHARIST) AND 10:30 A.M. (SUNG EUCHARIST)

MIDWEEK SERVICES WILL TAKE PLACE AT 12:10 P.M. 

Please read the January 2019 Saints Alive for more detailed information. Also, feel free to contact All Saints Church at 204-786-4675.

Winnipeg Free Press Article Regarding Renovations at All Saints Church

https://www.winnipegfreepress.com/arts-and-life/life/faith/open-to-change-509471542.html




Renovations Have Begun!

More photos added!

As the transition from our church home begins this Sunday, April 28, and we become welcomed guests in the home of another, it will be good to keep up on the metamorphosis that will be happening in and around the All Saints’ while we’re at St. Luke’s.

As things change over the next few months, we will take a photo journey. Photos will be added weekly with additional changes as they happen, so stay tuned!

Here’s an article from the Winnipeg Free Press regarding the renovations here at All Saints.

Scaffolding in the nave
Scaffolding in the nave.
Construction materials in the nave
Construction materials in the nave
Panoramic shot from the back
Large truck and trailer with construction materials on lawn

More photos inside!

Covering the windows and font.
More scaffolding erected .
All the way to the back of the church!

Limestone Rock Taken Down From the Outer Walls of Parish Hall

The rock from the Colony St. side of Parish Hall: fully removed.
Reverend Brent Neumann took down the rock.
Thousands of pounds of rock piled upon pallets inside the hall.
Rock, taken down and hauled in.

A Letter from Bishop Geoff Woodcroft

Please read the heartfelt letter written by the Rt. Rvd. Geoff Woodcroft, Bishop of Rupertsland.

It is a time we all must come together in love.