Maundy Thursday at home and online

We cannot gather tonight for the traditional foot washing and Holy Eucharist of Maundy Thursday. But All Saints has prepared a service for an Agape Meal that you can prepare at home, and recall Jesus’ command that we love one another. Click on the link below to download that leaflet.

The video below includes the day’s Gospel read by Deacon Annette Mileski, with music by Jean Lepard and a homily by Pastor Kit Carlson.

Blessings to you and your household on this holy day. Though it is unlike any other we can remember, the call to follow Jesus in love is the same.


Tenebrae is a traditional Holy Week service of Psalms & Readings. The name comes from the Latin for ‘Shadows.’ As we progress through the service, candles are extinguished. We wait in the growing darkness, with Jesus and his disciples, and all those who anticipate his Resurrection.

Join us Wed., April 8th, at 8pm for this moving experience with cantor Matt Penniman.

Download the Leaflet below to participate from home.

Caring for Creation

In the month of February we’ll be discussing a theology of caring for creation. Join us as we discuss “Inhabiting Eden” by Dr. Patricia K. Tull, and other resources. 7:30 pm at Blue Owl Coffee in the Anne St. Plaza! Contact us if you need directions – canterburymsu at gmail dot com.