Who are we? It’s so easy to say who we are that it’s probably better to start with who we aren’t. Ready?
We aren’t all Episcopalians, and not everyone who attends services at All Hallows is a member. Everyone is welcome here. No pressure.
We aren’t all from Maryland. We come from different states, different countries, and different continents.
We aren’t a parish that hears a lot about eternal punishment, and it’s fair to say that we might hear even less about Heaven than we do about the here-and-now, because that’s where we can best share in God’s love.
We aren’t a country club. We’re too busy feeding the hungry, helping the poor, and making warm things for cold people. And no, we aren’t all wealthy.
We aren’t a political party at prayer, but we do pray for our government officials and leaders throughout the world.
We aren’t a party church, but we do enjoy having good times together. After all, Christ’s first miracle was at a wedding feast.
So, who are we?
That’s easy. We are people who have not always done the things we should do, and we have all done things we should not have done. If that sounds a little like you, check us out, and learn about a Christ whose love for us transcends our imperfections.