Worship
One of the great things about the Anglican Church is the many different ways in
which we worship God.  At All Saints, we are committed to conveying the Christian
revelation through words, music, signs and symbols – especially in the sacrament
of Holy Communion.

Ask, and it shall be given you; seek, and you shall find; knock, and it shall be
opened to you. He shall give good things to them that ask him (Mt. 7,7).  By prayer
we can do all things; for by this means God will give us that strength which we want.
The worship of God needs to be continually and intentionally expressed and held
up in honor and in awe, lest it become assumed or taken for granted.  Communal
worship takes us out of the limitations of our selves. It gives us a way of
remembering God’s unconditional love for us.  Formal worship can take us so
much further, both in our knowledge of God and in our praise of God. Formal
worship teaches us with the wisdom of the ages. It reminds us of truths that are
bigger than we are, truths that we risk forgetting if left to our own devices. Formal
worship brings us into community where people can support each other and
where we can encourage each other to live in the ways God calls us to live.

Our worship is an offering to God, but also a time when we can be nurtured and
strengthened, ready for another week in which we can "go in peace to love and
serve the Lord".
WORSHIP SCHEDULE FOR MORNING PRAYER AND HOLY EUCHARIST
Monday
Tuesday
Wednesday
Thursday
Friday
Saturday
Sunday
6:00am
6:00am
6:00am
6:30am
6:00am
6:00am
6:00am (Said)
7:30am (Sung)
6:00pm (Said)
WORSHIP SCHEDULE FOR  
HOLY EUCHARIST
Sunday
9:30am
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All Saints
BIBLE STUDY
Chapel of Ease
Thursday
Tuesday
5:00pm
5:00pm
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The Anglican Church in the Diocese of Trinidad and Tobago
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