Our Beliefs

We will live in a welcoming, healthy community that offers hospitality, generosity, and inspiration as transformed by the strength of our faith and our diversity.

Here at All Saints Episcopal Church we believe and know that ALL are welcome here. We say, believe, and live out our motto “No Matter Who You Are or Where You Are On Your Spiritual Journey you are welcome here at All Saints.”

As followers of Jesus Christ in a very traditional way, the history of the church throughout the centuries is important to us. The Episcopal church gets its origins from the Anglican, or Church of England, which is seen as a three legged stool – Scripture, Tradition, and Reason.  We acknowledge two Sacraments, Holy Baptism and Holy Eucharist (also known as the Lord’s Supper, the Mass, or Holy Communion). We also acknowledge certain other sacramental rites under the guidance of the Holy Spirit: confirmation, ordination, holy matrimony (for all persons), and reconciliation of a penitent. We worship as the 1801 Articles of Religion notes, “in a language understandeth of the people.”

The Catechism in our Book of Common Prayer will be helpful as you seek to grow your faith. If you want to know more about the history and the mechanical beliefs, you can find specific details in the Catechism in our Book of Common Prayer. It is available online.

At All Saints you do not ever have to leave your mind at the door.

Our Mission

In his letter to the Church in Corinth, St. Paul sets a sacred foundation under those who gather in community in the name of Christ “… we all, with unveiled face, beholding as in a mirror the glory of the Lord, are being transformed…”  (2 Corinthians 3:18).

We have adopted Saint Paul’s teaching as the guiding vision for the mission and ministry of All Saints Episcopal Church: We are being called to transform our community in the image of Christ, made visible to all people, by the way we live our life in faith.

Our Core Values

o Living our faith in Jesus Christ with joy and courage of Serving
o Practicing radical hospitality
o Engaging in moral discourse
o Sharing our gifts freely, responsibly and creatively, in the manner that best achieves our goals
o Celebrating the beauty of ritual

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UPCOMING EVENTS

october

16oct8:00 amAA Meeting

16oct12:05 pmHealing Eucharist

16oct5:00 pmBeds Around the Altar

16oct7:00 pm8:00 pmFTL GMC Rehearsal

17oct8:00 amAA Meeting

Worship Times

Sunday Service


8:00am - Holy Eucharist

10:30am - Choral Holy Eucharist


Wednesday Service

12:05pm - Holy Eucharist w/ Healing Service


Thursday Service

6:30pm - Vespers (Evening Prayer)

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