The Parish of All Saints
The Anglican Church in the Diocese of Trinidad and Tobago
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Upcoming Events
Nine Lessons and Carols Service-

Harvest Thanksgiving Service -

Photos of Unity in Diversity Service
- July 29th, 2007

Sunday School Sports Day - 2007

Easter Thanksgiving Sick and
Shut-in Service - 2007

Annual Prayer Breakfast - 2007

Patronal Festival - 2006

Chinese Bicentennial Celebrations

Photos of the Unity in Diversity
Service - July 30th, 2006

All Saints 160th Anniversary
Celebrations - 2006
Diocesan Family Day

Family Day takes place in Tobago on Corpus Christi, May 22nd.  Persons who booked through the office
are asked to collect their tickets at their earliest convenience.  Those who booked/ paid at the Diocesan
Office are asked to collect their tickets at the Diocesan Office.

Concert in Aid of RAHEL MOORE in her final year at the Manhattan School of Music.  This will be held on the 30th of May at
6:30 pm.  Featuring Rahel Moore, Lydian Steel and The All Saints Pan Ensemble.  

COST $120.00
Health Fair Meeting

Health Fair Meeting will take place on the 19th May, 2008.
Memorial Service

The Mother’s Union is having a Memorial Service, for their deceased members.  All families and friends of
deceased Mother’s Union members are invited to the Service which will be held on Sunday 18th May at
3pm at All Saints’’ Church.
Tea with the Clergy Wives

The Clergy Wives of the Anglican Church present, Tea with the Clergy Wives. This will take place on Saturday 14th June,
2008 from: 3:00 – 6:00 pm at St. Michael and All Angels Parish Hall, Diamond Vale.  Tickets can be purchased from the
Church Office.  Tickets cost $75.00.
Healthy Ageing

The Parishioners Assistance Programme is inviting all Parishioners to attend a session on “Healthy Ageing”.  This will take
place on Saturday 14th June 2008 from 9:00 – 11:00 am at All Saints Church Hall.
Service of Healing

A Service of Healing will be held at All Saints Church on Tuesday the 20th
May 2008 at 5:30 p.m.  The service will be officiated by the Rector Canon
Claude Berkley.  The ministry of healing is not restricted to physical healing;
it seeks to remind people of the healing love of God, available through
Jesus Christ by the working of the Holy Spirit.  All are welcome to attend,
participate and to invite, bring and encourage people to attend.
and healing are God is gifts to us all