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No matter who you are or who you love, you are beloved of God and there is a place for you at All Saints!

Racial Justice & Reconciliation

In 1994, All Saints Vestry committed this parish to the work of fighting the sin of racism. We join the Episcopal Church and our diocese in working towards being the Beloved Community where we find our common identity in Christ and celebrate the diversity of races and ethnicities of God's people.

This affirmation is found on the wall in our library.

Racism Free Zone Declaration. We the people of All Saints Episcopal Church Vestry recognize racism in its many forms to be evil in the sight of the Lord and of God's people. We will not allow the future to be undermined by the racism so deeply rooted in our society. The futures is ours to shape. The walls built between black and white are ours to tear down. We the Vestry of All Saints Church declare our parish church to be a Racism Free Zone and will work to eliminate racism in our community. Vestry Members, All Saints Church, November 15, 1994.

LGBTQ+ Affirming & Reconciling

In 2006, All Saints Vestry adopted this statement of inclusivity - just three years after the election of the Rt. Rev. V. Gene Robinson, the first openly gay bishop in the Episcopal Church. All Saints sponsored the ordination of the first lesbian priest in the Diocese of Central Pennsylvania in 1993.

We are committed to the full inclusion of the LGBTQ+ community in all aspects of ministry and discipleship. All Saints is an affiliate of supporting the LGBTQIA+ community of faith. You'll find this statement on the wall in the narthex as you enter the church.

All Saints Episcopal Church is an inclusive community of faith. We welcome all persons regardless of race, ethnic background, gender, sexual orientation, capability, or circumstance of life. Adopted by the Vestry of All Saints Church, January 17, 2006.
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