Bishop Harvey is coming back!


Sunday April 2nd at 10:00

Bishop Emeritus Donald Harvey and Archdeacon Michael McKinnon will be with us once again for this special Solemn High Mass. Please be sure to join us for this special event! (There will be no 8:00 service that day.)

All Saints to host New England Clergy Retreat

The clergy of the New England Archdeaconry will hold their annual silent retreat at All Saints on March 30, 31, and April 1. Leading the retreat will be Bishop Emeritus Donald Harvey, who, although he comes from Newfoundland, has been a frequent visitor at All Saints. Details of events are available at our  CALENDAR

Thursday Lenten Study Series


5:00 PM Thursdays at the Church throughout Lent [Except Mar 30]

 

Throughout Lent Fr. Andrew will host a Lenten Study series of videos and discussions based upon John Bevere's book, "Good or God?" The series will take place each Thursday at 5:00 PM at All Saints. All are welcome.


All Are Welcome!

 Sunday Worship

  • 8:00 AM Said Mass
  • 10:00 AM Sung Mass

Rev. Fr. Andrew Carlson, Priest 

42 Woodstock Ave., Rutland, VT 05701
 




All Are Welcome!

 Sunday Worship

  • 8:00 AM Said Mass
  • 10:00 AM Sung Mass

Rev. Fr. Andrew Carlson, Priest 

42 Woodstock Ave., Rutland, VT 05701
 




What We Believe

We believe and confess Jesus Christ to be the Way, the Truth, and the Life: no one comes to the Father but by Him. We confess the canonical books of the Old and New Testaments to be the inspired Word of God, containing all things necessary for salvation, and to be the final authority and unchangeable standard for Christian faith and life.

We confess Baptism and the Supper of the Lord to be Sacraments ordained by Christ Himself in the Gospel, and thus to be ministered with unfailing use of His words of institution and of the elements ordained by Him.We confess the godly historic Episcopate as an inherent part of the apostolic faith and practice, and therefore as integral to the fullness and unity of the Body of Christ.

We confess as proved by most certain warrants of Holy Scripture the historic faith of the undivided church as declared in the three Catholic Creeds: the Apostles', the Nicene, and the Athanasian.

We receive The Book of Common Prayer as set forth by the Church of England in 1662, together with the Ordinal attached to the same, as a standard for Anglican doctrine and discipline, and, with the Books which preceded it, as the standard for the Anglican tradition of worship.

"The Anglican Communion," Archbishop Geoffrey Fisher wrote, "has no peculiar thought, practice, creed or confession of its own. It has only the Catholic Faith of the ancient Catholic Church, as preserved in the Catholic Creeds and maintained in the Catholic and Apostolic constitution of Christ's Church from the beginning." 

 The Church has no authority to innovate: it is obliged continually, and particularly in times of renewal or reformation, to return to "the faith once delivered to the saints."To be an Anglican, then, is not to embrace a distinct version of Christianity, but a distinct way of being a "Mere Christian," at the same time evangelical, apostolic, catholic, reformed, and Spirit-filled. 

What We Believe

We believe and confess Jesus Christ to be the Way, the Truth, and the Life: no one comes to the Father but by Him. We confess the canonical books of the Old and New Testaments to be the inspired Word of God, containing all things necessary for salvation, and to be the final authority and unchangeable standard for Christian faith and life.

We confess Baptism and the Supper of the Lord to be Sacraments ordained by Christ Himself in the Gospel, and thus to be ministered with unfailing use of His words of institution and of the elements ordained by Him.We confess the godly historic Episcopate as an inherent part of the apostolic faith and practice, and therefore as integral to the fullness and unity of the Body of Christ.

We confess as proved by most certain warrants of Holy Scripture the historic faith of the undivided church as declared in the three Catholic Creeds: the Apostles', the Nicene, and the Athanasian.

We receive The Book of Common Prayer as set forth by the Church of England in 1662, together with the Ordinal attached to the same, as a standard for Anglican doctrine and discipline, and, with the Books which preceded it, as the standard for the Anglican tradition of worship.

"The Anglican Communion," Archbishop Geoffrey Fisher wrote, "has no peculiar thought, practice, creed or confession of its own. It has only the Catholic Faith of the ancient Catholic Church, as preserved in the Catholic Creeds and maintained in the Catholic and Apostolic constitution of Christ's Church from the beginning." 

 The Church has no authority to innovate: it is obliged continually, and particularly in times of renewal or reformation, to return to "the faith once delivered to the saints."To be an Anglican, then, is not to embrace a distinct version of Christianity, but a distinct way of being a "Mere Christian," at the same time evangelical, apostolic, catholic, reformed, and Spirit-filled. 

Who We Are

All Saints Anglican Church is a small, growing parish with a BIG witness for Jesus Christ. 

We are a church of the Province of the Anglican Church in North America, and the Diocese of the Anglican Network in Canada and the Anglican Archdeaconry in New England.

Members of the Anglican Church in North America are in the mainstream, both globally and historically, of Christianity – the biblically-faithful way of following Jesus and being part of the “One Holy Catholic and Apostolic Church.” 

As Anglicans, this orthodoxy is defined by and centered on our church’s classic formularies which all point back to the authority of the Holy Bible and articulate foundational principles of the Anglican tradition throughout the world. 

Who We Are

All Saints Anglican Church is a small, growing parish with a BIG witness for Jesus Christ. 

We are a church of the Province of the Anglican Church in North America, and the Diocese of the Anglican Network in Canada and the Anglican Archdeaconry in New England.

Members of the Anglican Church in North America are in the mainstream, both globally and historically, of Christianity – the biblically-faithful way of following Jesus and being part of the “One Holy Catholic and Apostolic Church.” 

As Anglicans, this orthodoxy is defined by and centered on our church’s classic formularies which all point back to the authority of the Holy Bible and articulate foundational principles of the Anglican tradition throughout the world. 

Contact Us


Better yet, join us this Sunday!

All Saints Anglican Church of Rutland

(802) 779-9046 info@allsaintsrutlandvt.org

Sunday Worship

8:00 AM Said Mass

10:00 AM Sung Mass