Welcome to All Saints in Big Sky
A Shared Ministry of the Episcopal and Lutheran (ELCA) Churches
Worship Time - 9:30 AM
Located in Big Sky Chapel
Adjacent to Golf Course & Across from the Meadow Village (510 Little Coyote Road)
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If you are a vacationer, a part-time resident, a seasonal worker, or a full-time community member, you are welcome to be a part of All Saints. Here you will discover Episcopalians, Lutherans, Methodists, Presbyterians, and others worshiping side by side and forming a unique faith community. Half of our worship services use liturgies from The Book of Common Prayer and half from various Lutheran worship resources, especially Evangelical Lutheran Worship. We want to celebrate the best of both traditions, knowing that we are stronger together than apart.
We are excited about doing ministry together. We invite you to join this wonderful journey, whether you are on vacation, or are a part-time or full-time resident. Join us when you can, keep this faith community in your prayers, support us as you are able, and invite others to join this unique venture in faith called All Saints in Big Sky.
Pr. Darius Retired
In January, 2015, Pr. Darius Larsen retired as our Pastor. We celebrated Pr. Darius and Cindy's Ministry and their many contributions to All Saints and the Big Sky Community. We are very thankful that we will continue to see them on the slopes, at the post office, and in our lives.
During these next months, Pr. Valerie Webster and Pr. Mark Ramseth are serving as interim pastor/priests of All Saints. Pr. Valerie, an ordained Episcopal priest and credentialed inter-faith hospital chaplain, has served All Saints since 2012 in Christian formation. Pr. Mark, a retired ELCA bishop and seminary president, will bring the breadth of his experience to congregational life and the call process. Please contact them for your pastoral needs at the following email address: Pastor@allsaintsbigsky.com
General Schedule of Events (at the Big Sky Chapel):
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