Welcome to All Saints'

Where all are welcome, always

Our service schedule is modified due to the COVID pandemic. Please see our Worship Updates page for the latest information about worship at All Saints.'

Sunday Services:

8:30 a.m. Holy Eucharist, Rite One
Traditional Language, Contemplative, no music

10:30 a.m. Holy Eucharist, Rite Two
Contemporary English, with choir, organ, and hymn singing

*Please note that on occasion (All Saints' Day, Bishop visits, and the Annual Meeting, for example), our services are combined into one 9:30am service.


Outward and visible signs of inward and spiritual grace, ordained by Christ.



In the waters of baptism, we are lovingly adopted by God into God’s family, which we call the Church, and given God’s own life to share and reminded that nothing can separate us from God’s love in Christ. Holy Baptism, which can be performed through pouring of water or immersion in it, marks a formal entrance to the congregation and wider Church; the candidates for the sacrament make a series of vows, including an affirmation of the Baptismal Covenant, and are baptized in the Name of the Father, Son, and Holy Spirit. They are marked as Christ’s own for ever, having “clothed [themselves] with Christ” (Galatians 3:27). All people of any age are welcome to be baptized; we believe in one baptism for the forgiveness of sins, as the “bond which God establishes in Baptism is indissoluble” (Book of Common Prayer, p. 298).
Holy Eucharist (It's actually either Holy Communion or Eucharist)
It goes by several names: Holy Communion, the Eucharist (which literally means "thanksgiving"), the Lord’s Supper, the Mass. But whatever its formal name, this is the family meal for Christians and a foretaste of the heavenly banquet. As such, all persons who have been baptized, and are therefore part of the extended family that is the Church, are welcome to receive the bread and wine, and be in communion with God and each other.
According to the Episcopal website, the other sacraments are known as (with descriptions) 


The adult affirmation of our baptismal vows

Reconciliation of a Penitent

Private confession


Christian marriage


Ordination to the diaconate, priesthood, or episcopacy


Anointing those who are sick or dying with holy oil


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