We take seriously our Baptismal Covenant to “continue in fellowship” (BCP, 304). Fellowship is a strong suit at All Saints. We truly act as a family, celebrating and spending time together to demonstrate that we are “one Body, one Spirit in Christ.” Fellowship helps us build lasting and meaningful relationships with others in which we see Christ present in the world.
Fellowship events at All Saints
Girl’s Night & Guy’s Night Out
There is no better way to get to know new members and each other than a night on the town. A Girl’s Night Out and a Guys Night Out is held once a month at various locations around the Columbus metro area. These events are a time to fellowship outside of the walls of All Saints and to be a presence in our local communities.
A parish that “grills together, stays together.” At times, many jokingly refer to All Saints as “All Snacks!” We love to socialize and eat other. Sitting down to a communal meal is a great way to create community, encourage hospitality and build on the bonds of friendship that make us family in Jesus Christ our Lord!
Proctor Family Fall Weekend
Each Autumn, we gather as a parish at the Proctor Camp and Conference Center in London, Ohio for a weekend of fall fun! Pumpkin carving, campfires, Sunday Eucharist, and tons of fun make this a memorable weekend for all members of the family!
During Advent, we host an “Advent Rally” to help prepare our hearts for the coming of Christ at Christmas. A parish potluck supper, various “advent classes” for all members of the family, and a beautiful Advent Lessons and Carols are a deep and meaningful way to build fellowship and usher in the Christmas Season
Joining a parish can be intimidating. But, not at All Saints. We host many fun “Newcomers Dinners” geared towards new members of our congregation. What a great way to meet “newbies” like you and share stories as you create new friends and relationships!
Daughters of the King
The Order of the Daughters of the King was founded in 1885 to be an extension of Christ’s Kingdom through prayer, service and evangelism. Today the Daughters of the King are still called to that mission. Empowered by the Holy Spirit, the vision of the Daughters is to know Jesus Christ, to make Him known to others, and to reflect God’s love throughout the world.