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All Saints’ Sunday Worship ONLINE ONLY
November 1, 2020 @ 11:00 am - 12:00 pm EST
Due to the COVID-19 pandemic, the Shadyside Presbyterian Church building remains closed to visitors until further notice.
While we cannot be together on-site for any activities, we are glad to share with you a video which will be made available at 11:00 a.m. on Sunday, November 1, so that you may join us remotely. You may access the video here on our website, from our YouTube channel, or from our Facebook channel. Visit the live webcast page or the worship archive to access the bulletin and the sermon text in .pdf format.
Note: This service will incorporate an online celebration of the Sacrament of Communion, which has been approved by both the Presbyterian Church (USA) and the Session of Shadyside Presbyterian Church. In order to participate at home, please read the invitation, along with suggestions for preparation.
Christians throughout the world celebrate All Saints’ Day in honor of all the saints, both known and unknown. In most Protestant churches, it is celebrated on the first Sunday of November. Protestants regard all Christians, both past and present, as saints. As we solemnly remember all those who have died in the past year, we also focus on Christ’s victory over death. While the festival acknowledges the reality of death, we emphasize our hope in the Resurrection and our place in the “communion of saints.” During worship, we will remember those members of Shadyside Presbyterian Church who have been received into the Church Triumphant during the past calendar year.
We regret that we cannot gather in-person for worship, but we hope you will gather with us in spirit.
We thank you for your patience and understanding as we follow this challenging course of action, but one we know to be responsible and safer for our congregation and our community.
For the latest updates and announcements related to COVID-19, please visit this page.
Missed a service?
Visit the worship archive to explore past worship services and discover resources for enhancing your personal devotional time as we face an extended period of physical separation from our community of faith.