All Saints Orthodox Church is a welcoming and inviting parish of about 100 families (including many young families with children).
This vibrant and growing community of Orthodox Christians seeks to glorify the Name, share the Love, and spread the Gospel of Jesus Christ.
Our mission is simple, but not easy... 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.
We do this by focusing on Worship, Education, Stewardship, Service, and Outreach.
We strive to offer a robust cycle of weekly and festal services, weekly education opportunities for children and adults, as well as tons of fun activities, special events, and opportunities for service inside and outside the parish.
We are committed to serving Christ through serving, loving, and caring for the most vulnerable citizens of our capital city: feeding the hungry, clothing the naked, and serving the poor and needy, with a special focus on the homeless, immigrants & refugees, and veterans.
Come join us as we continue to serve Christ in Hartford...and serve Hartford in Christ!
All are Welcome!
All Saints Orthodox Church of Hartford is now offering both In-Person and Zoom services with the following health safety protocols:
1. Masks (facial personal protective equipment) are required for everyone regardless of vaccination status in compliance with Hartford's mask mandate. Mayor Luke Bronin of Hartford issued an executive order effective August 11th mandating that all individuals, aged 2 and above - unless exempt as provided in the actual text of the executive order - are required to wear masks or cloth face coverings at all times while in public indoor settings, regardless of vaccination status. The only exception is for the Priest, the Choir, and the Readers while they are performing their liturgical duties. Please read Fr. John Hopko's letter for a fuller explanation.
2. We continue to encourage effective social distancing at Church. In Church, stay close to the members of your household and maintain a healthy distance from all others. We do not think it likely that we will have any issues with overcrowding. There should be plenty of space at Church for all of us to spread out safely.
3. At the conclusion of the liturgical services, rather than simply dismissing everyone, we are asking those present to come forward, in good order and maintaining social distance, in order to greet the presiding priest. There will be no direct, physical interaction, but, rather, an exchange of greetings and an opportunity for the priest to bless you by making the Sign of the Cross over you with the Blessing Cross.
For further information or for the Zoom link to our online services, please, send us an email, and we will get back to you with the latest and most accurate information. Thank you and God bless you!