All Saints Anglican Church

Remaining Faithful to Historic Christian Teachings

"... Seek the LORD and his strength; seek his presence continually!" 1 Chronicles 16:11
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Important News

We serve the Risen Lord Jesus Christ!

WE SEEK OUR NEW LOCATION for Sharing God's Presence with our current members and with new members to come! We have called Fr. MARTIN MAHONEY as our Assisting Priest. Fr. Martin joins with Fr. David and ALL SAINTS for enhanced Church Growth in a New Ministry called 'SHARING GOD'S PRESENCE'! All Saints is commiting itself to becoming an active and growing congregation that is willing to step forward in faith (Healthy and PURPOSE-DRIVEN)! We furthermore are seeking a more permanent home: even if it means renting new space for now! (whatever it takes...). We move forward in faith to become the Church that God wants us to be with New Life in the Anglican Church in North America! We are set to SHARE GOD'S PRESENCE as Biblical Anglicans who are Mission-minded to reach those around us with the Gospel of our Savior Jesus Christ!

A new reformation is happening throughout the Christian Church. All Saints continues in its sixth year as a parish in the ACNA, we are clearly writing a new chapter in life and ministry as our parish deepens its spiritual renewal while upholding the Authority of Holy Scripture and celebrating the best in our Anglican Heritage liturgically.

All Saints is awakening spiritually as God calls us to press on: 'forgetting what lies behind and striving forward to what lies ahead...' We are standing strong on the authority of God's Word, the Bible, and honoring the historic and orthodox heritage of Christian Faith.

All Saints Anglican Church of Rochester continues forward as a member parish in the ACNA(Anglican Church in North America) in the Anglican Diocese of the Great Lakes'

All Saints Anglican Church of Rochester was founded so that Biblical Anglican Christians will have a home, as we seek to be faithful to Holy Scripture and the historic teachings, morality, and worship of our Anglican heritage. Welcome Home!

Welcome Home!


Our Prayers To The Lord...

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The Prayer Requests of the All Saints Faith Community

The Holy Scriptures are the basis and authority for our worship, education and practices.

"Have no anxiety about anything, but in everything by prayer and supplication with thanksgiving let your requests be made known to God. And the peace of God, which passes all understanding, will keep your hearts and your minds in Christ Jesus." Philippians 4:6-7

Please Pray For:

Prayer for orthodox Biblical Anglican Christians: We pray to live under Your Authority, Lord Jesus Christ and under the Authority of Your Holy Word, the Bible. We pray to know Your Word as the final authority in faith and morals. We pray to read, learn, mark and inwardly digest Your Holy Word. We pray to apply Your Holy Scriptures to our lives for all doctrine, reproof, correction and training in righteousness among us. Sanctify us O Lord in Your Truth, Your Word is Truth. We pray all of this in Your Holy Name Jesus, Amen.
and therefore we pray for our Stewardship and the future planning and implementation of ministries:
We pray that our Lord will help All Saints to have the offerings and commitments that will allow the ministries to steadfastly continue forward throughout the new year. Let us pray therefore that the leaders, members and friends of the parish will keep entrusting the All Saints' mission and ministries and need for support to our Lord and Savior Jesus Christ and His loving faithfulness. May Jesus be glorified.

Special Prayer Request:

LET US PRAY: in deepest Thankfulness that our Lord has led us to our New Home with St. Casimir's Polish National Catholic Church in Irondequoit. We give thanks for the Pastor and People of St. Casimir's and their loving kindness in welcoming us and for even changing their time of Worship so that we may have our regular time at 10:30 AM on Sundays. Praise be to God Almighty!
May our Lord bless the sharing of community and life of All Saints with their new host parish family at St. Casimir's. We give thanks remembering the one hundred and eleven months we have shared with the People of Reformation Lutheran Church as we now leave their chapel and community.
May we all increase our prayerfulness so that we may celebrate new life in the sacred place to which our Lord has led us...
May we reach out in holy love to our host community and to the people in the neighborhoods surrounding. May we witness our Lord Jesus Christ and His Word even more clearly amidst our culture and churches today.

How to contact us:
Phone: 585-342-1605 Leave a message
Mailing address:
All Saints Anglican Church
PO Box 233
Pittsford, NY 14534

All Saints Staff:
The Rev. David J. Harnish, Rector
Mr. Allen Walck, Jr., Music Minister
Mrs. Kathy Murphy, Financial Secretary.