“All things come of thee O Lord, and of thine own have we given thee.”

Please note: Donations for the Team KB dinner for the family of Kristin Tonnesen must be notated in the memo line on the donate form.

At All Saints, we are aware that we are very blessed. We are the stewards of a corner of New York that includes a lovely Carpenter Gothic style church built in 1892, a rectory built in 1903, the “Old Parish House” built in 1910, and the Parish House built in 1941. 

We are the stewards of these physical symbols that, by their very existence, proclaim the greatness of the Lord. They are the offerings of the time, talent, and treasure of those who have come before us. It requires the ongoing donations of our members and friends to make sure that maintain and expand the mission of the Church.

The buildings and grounds of All Saints, and the sound of our bells that ring out throughout the day witness to the truth that God is alive and well and cares about his children in Bayside. Our bright red doors symbolize that All Saints is a safe place for all and that all are welcome.

More important, however, is the work of ministry and prayer that goes on behind those red doors and then out through them to Bayside and beyond.

This is the donate page. You know that it is as true in 2021 as it was in 1892 that it requires funding to do the work of the Church. We hope that you will consider making a monetary donation to the mission and ministry of All Saints.

In 1964, when this alms basin was donated to the parish, ways to donate were pretty limited. An envelope containing cash or check was slipped into the collection at .the service, or perhaps was mailed. Those types of donations are still more than welcome, but we recognize the reality of the electronic age. Therefore, we have now made it possible to donate safely online through PayPal. Thank you so much for considering a donation to further the mission and ministry of All Saints. We believe that you will find the statement engraved on the alms basin to be true: It is more blessed to give than to receive. Thank you again, we hope to welcome you home to All Saints soon.