Formation Resources for Individuals and Families

All in-person activities and events have been suspended for two weeks during the Cornavirus pandemic. While there is no substitute for community, time at home as a family or an individual could be an opportunity for spiritual growth. Below are a list of suggested resources you and your family might want to explore. 


We will also be offering some "Zoom" gatherings to help people feel less isolated. Watch for announcements in your inbox and on our Facebook page. And join us if you can this Sunday for our first ever "live-stream" Holy Eucharist at 10:00 am.


Mission St. Clare - Daily Office

The Mission of St. Clare is an ecumenical website offering Morning and Evening Prayer using the order set out in The Book of Common Prayer. 

We Wonder

This podcast invites children into a contemplative experience of the words of Scripture. It is designed for children AND their grown ups!

Illustrated Ministry

Illustrated Ministry creates accessible faith-based resources for the church and home. Check out their coloring sheets for each Sunday in Lent. These work great for both families and individuals.

Weekly Godly Play Stories from Cheryl

Each week of our shut-down our Co-Rector, the Rev. Dr. Cheryl Minior, will be posting recordings of the Godly Play story of the week (sometimes more than one!) for families to view at home. 


Faith @ Home Daily will provide five short, intergenerational resources each day, inviting people to WATCH, LISTEN, READ, DO, and PRAY.

Forward Day by Day Podcast

Forward Movement, a ministry of the Episcopal Church, offers a daily podcast with readings and stories appropriate for the day.

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All Saints' Church

17 Clark Street

Belmont, MA 02478



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Office Hours are by appointment only.  Please call the parish office at 617-484-2228 before coming to the church.

Stories from our Community

"What I enjoy most about All Saints' is the connection with the other members of our congregation - the feeling of care and support from them. Coming a close second is the worship service. It takes coming into God's presence seriously."


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