Who We Are

Background

In 2015 All Saints’ parish began listening to God to see where we felt God was calling us. Out of this process has come a new vision.

We aspire to be Confident and Committed Disciples of Jesus who Boldly Build Compassionate Community.

We have identified four strategic goals to achieve our vision:

  • ​Building Boldness. Together we will create opportunities to equip ourselves to be confident, committed disciples who build a compassionate community.
  • Building relationships in Bull Creek. We will create a positive invitational relationship with our community. We will create at least one strategic event/year.
  • Building mission at All Saints College community: We are committed to building positive and mutually beneficial relationships with the College and the chaplain that will offer spiritual support and encouragement.
  • Building leadership: We will develop leadership opportunities and nurture leaders for youth and adults within our community.

 

All Saints parish is a community of people who celebrate Jesus Christ as Lord.  We are committed to both growing in our faith and sharing our faith with all God’s people in the wider Bull Creek - Leeming area. We will do this by finding creative ways to engage in community activities that allow people to discover the Risen Christ amongst his people through acts of mercy, love and justice.

With Christ as our teacher, we aspire to be an invitational community where visitors find a genuine welcome and hospitality. Worship is at the heart of our life, and through meeting regularly for prayer and fellowship we encourage our people to become involved in the many aspects of the community whereby they can exercise their God-given gifts and talents to create a compassionate and caring community. There are many ways people can become involved in God’s work at All Saints’; through participating in our worship liturgy, helping with weekly emergency hampers, assisting on our fellowship group, teaching in the children’s Ministry team, or by joining one of the study/prayer groups at the church. 

Our services incorporate celebration of the Eucharist (Holy Communion) and any who wish to receive communion are encouraged to do so, including our children. Fellowship over a morning tea or coffee occurs between our two Sunday services.