Saturday, June 23, 2018
Vacation Bible School

Vacation Bible School will be June 18-22 

at All Saints' Episcopal Church

Parents, you'll want to save these dates when you're planning out your summer, so your kids don't miss out! Our children and their friends will be going on the ride of a lifetime during this summer's Rolling River Rampage Vacation Bible School. 

Registration will begin in May. For more information in the meantime, email Ted Clarkson, our Director of Children and Youth Ministries. 

Watch a video preview of the music and fun that is coming our way for our upcoming 2018 VBS program!

Download the VBS enrollment form. (Fill out and bring to church office)

Job Seekers Workshop

Monday Evenings from 6:00 to 9:00 p.m. in DeWolfe Hall

Know someone (or perhaps it's you) who is seeking a new or better job?  Check out our Job Seekers class, which meets weekly on Mondays at 6:00 p.m. This 12-session course will teach you techniques for resume preparation, interviewing, networking and other job-hunting skills. You may join the class any Monday evening. There is no charge for the class except for a workbook and text. For more information, please contact Fr. Noy Sparks, or call him at 817-732-1424.

Community Outreach

Community Outreach 

Collecting specific food items for nearby local children at risk for weekend hunger.

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All Saints' pledges $40,000

The Rector of All Saints’ Episcopal Church announced that the Vestry has approved a parish pledge of $40,000 over two years to support the growth of Episcopal churches in the Diocese of Fort Worth.

While visiting our diocese on April 8th, the Most Rev. Michael Curry, Presiding Bishop of The Episcopal Church launched the “New Life Fund: Growing in New Ways Campaign.”  The campaign is meant to raise $200,000 over a two-year period to complement the $600,000 grant which the rest of The Episcopal Church has committed to grow this Church in North Texas.

Among other things, this money will help this diocese expand our presence in Parker County west of Fort Worth, something our bishop, the Rt. Rev. Scott Mayer, is very keen on doing.  It is expected that over the next decade roughly 50,000 families will be moving into the Walsh Ranch development.  The Episcopal Church intends to be there to welcome them.

All Saints’ $40,000 pledge represents what Fr. Chris Jambor calls a “13th month assessment” to the diocese to be used for church planting.  The monthly diocesan assessment which All Saints’ sends in is just over $20,000.  So, in 2017 and 2018, All Saints’ will add a “13th month assessment” ($20,000) to its diocesan support, or $40,000 over the two years.  “What this means,” according to Fr. Jambor, “is that every single person in our parish who gives any money to our mission and ministries will have a hand in spreading the gospel and the Church beyond the walls of All Saints’.”

For more information on the campaign, visit