All Saints Episcopal Church


All Saints Episcopal Church
All Saints Episcopal Church is listed in the Churches Episcopal category in Jacksonville, Florida. Displayed below is the only current social network for All Saints Episcopal Church which at this time includes a Facebook page. The activity and popularity of All Saints Episcopal Church on this social network gives it a ZapScore of 71.

Contact information for All Saints Episcopal Church is:
4171 Hendricks Ave
Jacksonville, FL 32207
(904) 737-8488
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All Saints Episcopal Church shared College of Fine Arts at Jacksonville University's event.
Our music director Michael performs in Carmina Burana, Songs of the Sacred and Profane, with Scott Watkins from JU, Tim Snyder conductor, a 100-voice choir, and a whole lotta percussion! Share this post and come. You'll have a great time. There is also a performance the previous night, Saturday the 1st, at Jacksonville University, at 7:30 pm. Both are free.
Join us for a celebration of love, passion and the pleasures of springtime as the JU Chorale and Percussion Ensemble with student and faculty guest artists present Carl Orff’s spectacular 20th century masterpiece. *Free Admission*

Join us for an ecumenical service as the choirs and music directors of All Saints & St. Marks Evangelical Lutheran Church join together for Taize songs, candlelighting, a meditation, and special music with string quartet based on Isaiah's prophetic text of the "suffering servant." Please share. March 26, 7:00 pm, at St. Mark's Lutheran.

All Saints Episcopal Church shared their album.
Visit by The Rev'd Marcus Losack

All Saints Episcopal Church shared UNF School of Music's event.
Beethoven, Brahms, & More: An evening of Music for Violin & Piano Along with talented students performing Shostakovich’s Quintet and music by Ives and others, Dr. Simon Shiao, Professor of Violin & Conducting, will perform Beethoven’s beloved “Spring Sonata” and Brahms’ “Scherzo” with Michael Mastronicola, celebrating the 20th Anniversary of his Weill Recital Hall debut at Carnegie Hall.