The close of the Pentecost season is a "season within a season" of All Hallowstide.
All Hallows Eve (Halloween) is observed on Halloween night with a family-friendly evening prayer followed by trick or treating on Elm Avenue and our organist providing "spooky music" for visitors.
All Saints Day (our feast day) is November 1st and we have a worship with Holy Communion.
All Souls Day, November 2nd, is when we pray for all the departed with a traditional Anglican Requiem Mass with prayers for those whom "we love but see no longer." We will have a book of remembrance available in the church for you to add the names of those who have died in the past year for remembrance at All Souls.