Welcome to Nagoya All Saints International Church.
Weekly Family Worship Service is at 5 pm
Family worship is followed by fellowship each week.
Communion is usually celebrated on the 1st and 3rd Sunday.
For special events please see calendar below:
December 15th - Remembrance Sunday - a service to remember those we have lost in the last yearFind out more »
December 22nd - Family Christmas worship - join us for a family Christmas celebration followed by a potluck dinnerFind out more »
On the first Sunday of every month at 4 p.m we will have a rehearsal for the Kid's Gospel String Sing up in the choir loft in the back of the nave. Each month we will practice a favorite Gospel or camp song to sing and play during the children's time of our worship service. Our main instrument is the ukelele, but all stringed instruments. Upper age limit is 120. Please join us!Find out more »
Please join us on Saturday, November 15th starting at 7:30 p.m. as we remember the life and songs of the late Pete Seeger, American folk singer and activist. At Nagoya All Saints International Church, as Christians we recognize and celebrate all persons who spread the message of love, peace and justice that were the keystones of Christ's ministry on Earth. Therefore we are sponsoring this evening dedicated to the music and activism of Pete Seeger. The evening will be part…Find out more »
Please join us after worship on Sunday November 23rd for a Thanksgiving potluck. Bring a dish to pass and enjoy the fellowship.Find out more »
December 24th: Traditional candle-lit Christmas Eve Carol Service followed by a holiday dessert potluckFind out more »
Please join us on Boxing Day 2015 for some holiday cheer. Here is your opportunity to share a Christmas song or poem of your original composition or by your favorite artist. All genre are welcome, sacred or secular, Baby Jesus or Santa, classical or country as long as it is related to Christmas. There is no charge, but we may take a free will offering for our favorite charity. We will start with the kids first so that they can…Find out more »
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