Worship is an impulse that springs from gratitude for all that God has given us. We use our minds, our bodies, our voices, and all our senses when we focus on the act of giving our thanks and praise. There is no more fitting way to honor God than to say "thank you!" with every part of ourselves.
What should I expect?
Stepping into an unfamiliar church for the first time can be a little intimidating and maybe even uncomfortable for some people, but when you visit All Saints you can expect to feel welcomed and accepted. Whoever you are and whether you have a church background or not, we hope that you will feel moved by the mystery and majesty of our worship. We are a Christ-centered church that places a high value on worshipping God in community. You are invited to come as you are, but we hope that you will leave different than you came.
Who may take communion at All Saints'?
All baptized Christians are warmly invited to receive communion.
What are services like?
At All Saints', worship is conducted from the Book of Common Prayer 1979. Below is a brief description of our services:
Sundays at 8:00am
If you enjoy getting up early or prefer a quiet contemplative atmosphere without hymns, this is the service for you. Join us for this service of Holy Eucharist in the traditional language of Rite I.
Sundays at 10:30am
This is our principal worship service, Holy Eucharist in contemporary language complete with choir, hymns, and coffee hour afterwards.
Wednesdays at 12:10
Mid-week worship at All Saints' is an informal affair, with priest and congregation seated in choir pews close to the altar. A short reflection, quiet prayer, and communion provides an opportunity for us to pause in the middle of the week and give thanks.
Feast Days dates and times vary
Christmas, Holy Week, Easter, All Saints Day and other special days on the Church calendar provide additional opportunities to give praise and thanks to God. Feast days are listed on our calendar and on our events page.
St. Augustine said, "He who sings, prays twice." Learn more about music at All Saints.'
Rites & Celebrations
Ceremonies such as baptism, marriage, and burial are more than rites of passage. Find out more about the sacramental life and how your participation is part of living a grace-filled life.