Our services will be livestreamed via Facebook. If you don’t have Facebook, don’t worry! You can still view the service in your web browser without having to officially join or create account because our FB page is a public page.
Worship and community in the time of COVID-19
While commenting during services is encouraged (especially during the prayer portion), some people can find seeing comments distracting. To disable seeing comments during the service, turn on “Quiet Mode”. This will turn off all comments and reactions to the broadcast. Look for a chat icon with the the “prohibited” symbol, a circle with a diagonal line through it.
In addition to our Facebook livestream, we are also adding pre-recorded videos to our YouTube channel. Subscribe to our channel and click the bell icon to be notified whenever we add new videos.
Monday – Friday at 8:30am CST
Zoom Link: https://zoom.us/j/206112233
Join the Zoom meeting at 8:30 each weekday morning, and click here to download the Morning Prayer service booklet. On Zoom, we will be able to see each other during our prayer, it gives others the opportunity to read the lessons, and allows our prayer requests to be said aloud for others to hear. After each service, time will be offered to stick around for fellowship and conversation. Morning prayer also streams live on Facebook and Instagram.
Ways to Give
We are encouraging people to donate to Ravenswood Community Services (RCS) or to the parish’s Rector or Associate’s discretionary funds – both long-established ways we’ve helped from our place at the corner of N. Hermitage and W. Wilson.
Rector’s Discretionary Funds
Many have asked if there will be special funds established to help our parishioners and neighbors in need because of the pandemic. The answer is, “Yes!”. Make a gift to the Rector’s Discretionary Fund below:
Support the RCS Food Pantry
Our colleagues in ministry at Ravenswood Community Services (our community kitchen and food pantry), and those of us in leadership at All Saints’ have been most grateful that you have sustained your giving during this uncertain time.