Adults - Learning and Growing Together in Community
What is the Good Book Club?
The Good Book Club is an invitation to all Episcopalians to join in reading the Gospel of Luke and the Book of Acts during Lent-Easter 2018.
Episcopalians will start reading Luke on Sunday, February 11 and read a section of Luke’s Gospel every day through the season of Lent. The entire season of Easter will be devoted to daily readings from the Book of Acts.
How will it work?
Forward Movement has created a set of daily readings to divide Luke and Acts into 50 days each. Each day, participants will read a few verses of Luke or Acts. Booklets will be available at All Saints’ in February for $10.00 dollars each.
Gathering with others to reflect: Paul and Cheryl will offer some opportunities to gather to reflect with others on this experience. Watch the E-news for dates and times as we enter the season of Lent.
Women's Fellowship: The All Saints' Women's Fellowship meets for refreshments and conversation, exploring Scripture, and praying together on Fridays scattered trhoughout the year. Watch the announcements and E-news for dates and times as well as the location of each meeting. For more information you can contact the Church Office at email@example.com
All Saints' Church
17 Clark Street
Belmont, MA 02478
Office Hours are by appointment only. Please call the parish office at 617-484-2228 before coming to the church.
Stories from our Community
"I felt drawn to All Saints'. On the first day I attended, Paul [one of the Co-Rectors] greeted the congregation with a statement about his love for Jesus and described waking up early to spend some quiet time with Him. I was immediately touched by Paul's sincere faith and his open sharing of his personal religious experiences. I felt embraced and held by the quiet beauty of the church. I left All Saints' that morning feeling a sense of excitement. I knew I had discovered a church where real spiritual support is present. I sensed a dynamic quality at All Saints' - interesting, innovative programs in place with the openness for others in the future. I felt hopeful that I had found a church where I could settle in."