Visit All Saints at 151 N. Main, Brooklyn, MI 49230 (517) 592-2244. See map below.

 Welcome to All Saints Episcopal Church

Important Update

Please remember to keep Marion Campbell in your prayers as she recuperates from hip surgery.

All church services require following the social distancing and safety protocols as set forth by the Episcopal Diocese of Michigan.

If someone needs an emergency service such as burial, Last Rites, or emergency Eucharist please call 248-752-6000 and we will help in any way possible.

Dear Friends,

I write to tell you that I have hired The Rev. Sr. Veronica Dunbar to offer you pastoral care, Sunday Worship services and bible study.  The COVID19 Pandemic has made it difficult for a number of our congregations to worship regularly.  The Rev. Dunbar will offer weekly worship services that you may access by using your landline telephone, flip-phone, smart phone, tablet or computer.  Worship services will begin this Sunday at 10:00AM. Here is the  phone number to be a part of this week’s worship service.

To dial in by phone, please call:
Meeting ID: 813 0379 0721
Passcode: 201900

Church Happenings

Church services are on hold until further notice.

Al Anon: meets every Thursday at 7:30.

Please call 517-789-8883 for more AA or Al Anon information.

Yoga classes are on hold until further notice.

Al-Anon will be holding weekly meetings here on Thursdays starting at 7:00 pm. This is an open group and anyone is welcome 

We have several lay Eucharistic Visitors who are ready and willing to deliver Communion to anyone who requests it. If you know someone please contact Cole to set an appointment.

There are many worthy causes to which you may donate time, food, money, and clothing: Warm the Children, InterFaith Shelter, Food Pantries, Toys for Tots, Adopt a Family. Check with the Community Action Agency for more information on these and many other organizations that work with people in need.


The Diocese is looking for volunteers to help staff several committees. Please check their webpage for more information if you are interested:    

If you need a pledge card or number please see Cole or Harry.
Have a Cool Idea for church-related activities? Contact any BC member or come to one of our meetings.

If you would like to contribute to the altar guild for flowers or candles, please contact Holly or Anne. The guild does not have fundraisers or special monies and so they are dependent on the generosity of individuals like you.

We are using the favorite hymns suggested by several parishioners. If you would like to see one of yours incorporated into the service write down the name and put it on the secretaries desk.

There are several Sundays still available for memorial flowers. Please see Holly or check out the chart in the Guild Hall for details and dates.


All Saints Episcopal Church
151 N. Main Street, Brooklyn, MI 49230

The Right Rev. Bonnie Perry, Bishop
The Rev. Linda Shafer, Deacon

Cole Seeler, Warden
104 Camelot, Brooklyn, MI 49230

Anne Schepeler, Secretary & Treasurer
517-592-2244 (church)     248-752-6000 (cell)

John Messimer
517-592-2244 (church) or 517-937-7774 (cell)

Bishop's Committee Members
Wanda Muncy - Cole Seeler - John Messimer - Mollie Wolfe
Holly Cogan  - Jim Muncy - Anne Schepeler - Lori Mckay

Worship Leaders
Cole Seeler    John Messimer
Anne Schepeler

Anne Schepeler   John Messimer   Cole Seeler
Wanda Muncy   Paul Newsom   Kathy Holmes

Eucharistic Ministers
Cole Seeler   Anne Schepeler
John Messimer   Paul Newsom

Alter Guild
Holly Cogan   Marion Campbell
Mollie Wolf   Kathy Holmes   Yvonne Clark

Eucharistic Visitors
Sandy Benes     Cole Seeler
Anne Schepeler     John Messimer

Cole Seeler   Harry Cogan   Jim Muncy

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John Messimer said...

Fr. Lew Towler here Sunday Feb. 14th. assisted by Brian Johnson.

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