We welcome you to worship with us! We celebrate the Resurrection of our Lord and Savior Jesus Christ on Saturdays at 5pm (Vigil) and on Sundays at 9am (Divine Liturgy). After the Liturgy, please join us at coffee hour when you can meet our pastor and all of us. If you have questions about our parish community or about the Christian Faith, email our pastor, Fr James: FrJames@AllSaintsHartford.Org.More Info >
CHRIST IS RISEN! XRISTOS VOSKERESE! CHRISTOS ANESTI! AL-MASEEH QAM!
Paschaldtide Outreach Opportunities
"Having beheld the Resurrection of Christ, let us worship the Holy Lord Jesus..."
Toys for CCMC - April 26th is the LAST DAY
Bring in new & unwrapped games, toys, puzzles, etc. for the children who are undergoing treatment and/or receiving care at Connecticut Children's Medical Center.
Foodshare Program - Every Sunday
Bring canned/non-perishable food any day the doors are open. Leave it on the Foodshare Table in the Narthex/Vestibule.
Chrysalis Center (Ongoing Opportunity)
Interested in spending some time at a community home for veterans and others getting on their feet? Play games, bingo, or just sit and have a chat. Contact Fr. James if you’re interested.
Birthright – Hartford (Ongoing Opportunity)
Offer your time and energy to help at-risk mothers in the Greater Hartford region. See Fr. James for more details.
Feed a Friend Sunday – Sun, May 17th
Help the poor, the hungry, the homeless, and the victims of domestic abuse here in the Greater Hartford region by giving them something that's hard to come by: A Free Lunch! We'll deliver bagged lunches to Loaves and Fishes in Hartford, who has numerous men, women, and children, who will appreciate the food you provide and the love that you show inaking it. This is a great opportunity to get your kids to help and discuss with them the words of Christ: "When I was hungry, you fed me...."
To participate - Make & bring a brown-bag lunch to Church on May 17 with:
2) Piece of Fruit,
3) Bag of Chips/pretzels
4) Canned/Bottled Drink, &
5) Desert (pudding, cookie, etc.)
Important Note: For the purpose of uniformity, please include all/only the items above.
Also PLEASE write type of sandwich (and the presence of any allergens) on bag.
Foodshare: Walk Against Hunger – May 3rd
All Saints Orthodox Church has formed a team for the annual Walk Against Hunger here in Hartford. The 2-mile charity walk (starting at Hartbeat Park, going to Pulaski Circle and back) supports numerous local Hartford Charities that work with the hungry, homeless, and victims of domestic violence. We at All Saints, having a long-time relationship with Loaves & Fishes (for example, “Feed a Friend Sunday”), will be walking specifically to support their work here in Hartford.
There are many ways that you can help the All Saints Team meet its goal of raising $2,500 to feed the hungry in Hartford:
1) Walk: Register online join the All Saints Team: WALK REGISTRATION Follow the link and click "Join Team."
A) You can give a cash donation in the special offering plate at the end of Liturgy
B) You can go online to the All Saints Team Page and donate via credit/debit card: ON-LINE DONATION FORM
C) You can write a check payable to Foodshare with “All Saints Church” in the Memo Line.
D) You can call 860-286-9999 and make a donation Ensure to tell them you’re making the donation for Fr James Parnell (All Saints Team - Captain)
A) Send the attached letter (or send one of your own) to friends and family to help raise money.
B) Forward the aforementioned e-mailed link to donate online to friends, family, and colleagues, asking them to support the All Saints Team.
C) Ask your workplace about matching donations.
Welcome to All Saints!
Currently the second largest parish in the Diocese of New England, this vibrant and growing community of Orthodox Christians seeks to glorify the Name, share the Love, and spread the Gospel of Jesus Christ.
We do this by focusing on Worship, Education, Stewardship, Service, and Outreach.
All Saints Orthodox Church is a welcoming and inviting parish with over a dozen young families with children, a growing Church School program, frequent services at different times throughout the week/year, and tons of fun extra-liturgical activities. We’re definitely a “Family-Friendly” parish!
We have a spread of age groups as well as parishioners from a variety of ethnic & religious backgrounds, with a good mix of “cradles” and ”converts,” from all over the map. We have Women’s and Men’s groups that participate in a weekly Bible Study and other fellowship events, a regular Q&A with Fr. James (or other parish clergy/special guest) as well as an exciting “Parish-wide Education” program during the fasting seasons in which ALL parishioners (from ages 2 to 102) get to participate in an intensive “Church School” program. Finally, we have a dedicated core of faithful parishioners who make all of these activities, events, ministries, and services possible!
In short… We are striving as a community to know, live, and share our Orthodox Faith.
Won’t you come join us in our mission at All Saints? Our mission is: to All be Saints, exercising our individual spiritual gifts within our own unique contexts, uniting together as members of the Body of Christ in order to make Him visible and tangible in the Greater Hartford Region.
Come and See! All are Welcome! Come Join Us!
We welcome you to worship with us!
We celebrate the Lord's Resurrection on
Saturday at 5:00 pm (Vigil)
Sunday at 9:00 am (Divine Liturgy)
After Liturgy, join us downstairs for food & fellowship.
If you have questions about our parish or about about the Orthodox Faith, email Fr James: FrJames@AllSaintsHartford.Org