ALL NATIONS CHURCH

Affiliated with the Anglican Church in North America

Forming Followers of Jesus Christ in Our City


Dynamic worship, biblical teaching,

and intimate fellowship in a community representing

the diversity of the city of New Haven

Regular Sunday Worship

Bilingual (English/Spanish)

10:00 AM - 11:30 AM


Temporary new location:

Ross Woodward School

185 Barnes Avenue

New Haven, CT 06513


Sunday School

Children 5 - 12 yrs old

10:00 AM


Refreshments and Fellowship after the service


Contact

All Nations Church

Pastor Geoffrey Little


Ministry Center

358 Lenox Street

New Haven, CT 06513

(203) 467- 6083

Meet Our Pastor

The Rev. Geoffrey Little is a lifelong Anglican and New Englander. After coming to Christ in college, he served for ten years with the South American Missionary Society (SAMS), first as a lay missionary in southern Peru and then on the SAMS staff in Ambridge, Pennsylvania. While in Ambridge, Geoff completed his divinity degree at Trinity School for Ministry. Ordained in 1992 in the Episcopal Diocese of Connecticut, he moved with his young family to New Haven, Connecticut, where he has lived and worked ever since as a pastor in intercultural urban ministry. Geoff earned a second master’s degree in Intercultural Studies at Fuller Theological Seminary in 2004. In 2010, Geoff and his wife, Blanca, joined the ACNA Anglican Diocese in New England and established All Nations Church and All Nations Christian Academy in New Haven. All Nations Church brings together Spanish- and English-speaking people in bilingual worship and fellowship.

Who We Are

A Bible-Open Faith Community

All Nations Church is a Bible-believing body. We hold the Old and New Testaments to be the inspired word of God and “useful for teaching, rebuking, correcting and training in righteousness, so that the servant of God may be thoroughly equipped for every good work” (2 Timothy 3:16). On Sundays the pastor preaches devotional sermons based on one or more of the appointed readings in the Sunday lectionary of the Anglican Book of Common Prayer. Whether to children in our Christian school, adults in healing retreats, or elderly residents in local nursing homes, the approach is always to open the Scriptures, exploring the questions raised and the answers provided for Christian living.

An Intimate Community That Eats When It Meets

At All Nations Church we enjoy one another’s company, andwe care for one another in keeping with the biblical exhortation to “Rejoice with those who rejoice; mourn with those who mourn. Live in harmony with one another” (Romans 12:15-16). It brings us great joy to share a meal and fellowship together as a family.


A Healing Community

All Nations Church believes in the present day manifestation of gifts of the Spirit, including Jesus Christ’s ongoing ministry of healing. We have ministers trained in confessional healing practices. We participate in healing conferences and conduct our own healing retreats, all with the full expectation that when we anoint with oil and lay on hands, God can and will bring healing to those who ask in faith.

All Nations Christian Academy

All Nations Christian Academy is an outreach ministry of All Nations Church. By the grace of God the school has been in operation since 2007 and continues to offer a great education to elementary school aged children of Greater New Haven, K - 4th grade.

Pastor Geoff’s Weekday Bible Devotions

Today in the Spirit

For the week leading up to Sunday, June 23, 2024, as published in Anglican Compass

Bible devotions out of the Anglican lectionary for the upcoming Sunday


With Proper 7B we continue in Mark’s version of the events surrounding Jesus’ early ministry in Galilee. Mark 4:35-41(5:1-20) gives us the narrative of Jesus stilling a storm as he and his disciples are in transit across the lake, and, as an optional addition, the story of a man possessed by multiple demons on the remote eastern shore. We note in both accounts common references to the witnesses of these events being greatly afraid. The question the disciples are asking one another on the lake sums up the reaction of all us meditating on these events in worship: “Who then is this, that even the wind and the sea obey him?” (4:41)...


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