The All Saints Episcopal School is a Christian independent school in Houston, Texas. It is accredited by the Independent Schools Association of the Southwest and recognized by the Texas Education Agency. It is also a member of the National Association of Independent Schools and the Southwestern Association of Episcopal Schools.
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All Saints Episcopal School
All Saints Episcopal Day School is a co-educational school that serves students from Nursery through eighth grade. It is located in Hoboken, New Jersey, and is comprised of two campuses. The school is known for its Christian teachings, as well as its emphasis on the arts.
Since 2001, Everis Fairchild has served as a steward, lector, and altar server. She has also served as a member of the Music Council and as the Summer Music Program Coordinator. In 2014, she was voted Senior Warden of the Vestry and was commissioned as a verger on All Saints’ Day. In 2003, she became the school’s Accounting Director and served as Interim Communications Director until July 2004, when she was promoted to Church Administrator. In 2010, she took leave to stay at home with her two children.
The school is accredited by the Independent Schools Association of the Southwest and the Texas Education Agency. Additionally, it is a member of the National Association of Independent Schools and the National Association of Episcopal Schools. All Saints has a welcoming environment and a rich curriculum that challenges students to become their best selves. The school also emphasizes identifying each student’s talents and building on them.
Letter of transfer
While the Episcopal Diocese of Massachusetts and the national church are heavily orthodox, conservative parishes like St. Seraphim in Dallas, Texas, have split away from the national church and are opting to become independent. The diocese has rejected the request of All Saints parish to move under the authority of another bishop. While the decision on the transfer of the bishop is up to the Diocese of Massachusetts, it is clear that the parish has opted to remain independent.
If you are an Episcopalian, you can request a letter of transfer from your current parish to All Saints’ and join the church. While this is appropriate during life transitions, it does not grant automatic membership in All Saints’. A letter of transfer is required to be formally recognized as a member of the Episcopal Church.
Service learning opportunities
The Orthodox Saints Episcopal School (OSES) is a Catholic school that serves the diverse needs of the surrounding community. Students from over five counties and 18 parishes are enrolled at the school, which is accredited by the Middle States Association of Catholic Schools. Students study a rigorous faith-based curriculum that is guided by the Archdiocese of Atlanta’s Office of Catholic Schools.
The curriculum integrates meaningful community service into the curriculum, allowing students to relate their academic learning to real-world issues. Students develop solutions and apply their knowledge to build a stronger community. Students identify community needs, plan service projects, and evaluate the impact of their work. A comprehensive resource library is available to educators and students, and a list of partner organizations is available online.
Letter of transfer to All Saints’ Episcopal Church
The diocesan convention was held this month in Boston, but the members of All Saints did not attend it. They said that the decisions made there were irrelevant to them. All Saints, however, is part of an alliance of 16 New England Anglican groups that is part of a national plan to form an Anglican province. The group plans to start new parishes in areas where there are no orthodox parishes.
Those who belong to another denomination must request a letter of transfer from their current church to All Saints’. It is an important step in transitioning to the Episcopal Church. After receiving a letter of transfer from your current parish, you will be baptized at All Saints’. During your baptism, you will be immersed in the body of Christ.