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IPLC All Saints’ is a loving, welcoming, inclusive and prayerful Christian community in the Anglican Communion, which celebrates and embodies the love of God for all people in and outside of our church community. 

All Saints' congregation was founded in 1882 and gathered initially in a borrowed Methodist church. Construction of the existing church was completed in 1884 in the then-rural, wooded village of Ravenswood (it was annexed by the city in 1889), where truck farms thrived and Swedish, German and Irish immigrants ascending to the middle class eventually settled.

All Saints’ is a loving, welcoming, inclusive and prayerful Christian community in the Anglican Communion, which celebrates and embodies the love of God for all people in and outside of our church community. All Saints' congregation was founded in 1882 and gathered initially in a borrowed Methodist church. Construction of the existing church was completed in 1884 in the then-rural, wooded village of Ravenswood (it was annexed by the city in 1889), where truck farms thrived and Swedish, German and Irish immigrants ascending to the middle class eventually settled.

All Saints’ is a congregation that celebrates diversity – both among ourselves and in the world we live in. We range in age from newborn to 90, with an average age around 38. A few of us have attended All Saints since childhood, and have raised our own children here. Many others are new to the city or the neighborhood and are just beginning to feel at home at All Saints'. Over the past five years, we have welcomed a number of young, single people as well as families with young children and, simultaneously, many empty-nesters.
Most parishioners were not raised in the Episcopal tradition. Indeed, many of us didn't attend church at all as children and are surprised to find ourselves encountering God through the institutional church. We turn up each week imbued both with skepticism and with hope, knowing that what we will find at All Saints' will be honest and provocative. Services and sermons are rooted both in tradition and in the real world, the spirit is joyful and fun and the congregation is warm and welcoming.
Rev. Bonnie Perry and her staff and community invite families of the Interfaith Union to celebrate with them!

 
 
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