We are so pleased you have found us.
We have three services each Sunday from mid-September through mid-June:
- 8am - Holy Eucharist, Rite I, with organ and hymns
- 10am - Holy Eucharist, Rite II with choir, nursery care and church school
- 10am - Rite Now (in Reynolds Hall), an informal Eucharist
Summer Service in the church from mid-June through mid-September at 9 am.
We are located just north of downtown on Concord Street (U.S. 202).
Every Sunday we start with a traditional service at 8am that offers Scripture readings, a sermon and a quiet, reflective Eucharistic experience. Breakfast is shared after the service in the Parlor. First time visitors may also like to start with the 10am service that includes a volunteer choir and a coffee hour after when you can meet others from both Rite II and Rite Now services. If you are looking for a more contemporary service, Rite Now meets in Reynolds Hall at 10 and offers scripture readings and a discussion in lieu of a sermon, followed by a Eucharist. After visiting all of our services, you may find the service you prefer. When you come in, please sit wherever you like. Look for people wearing a flower or leaf pinned to their lapel- these are greeters and can answer any questions you may have.
A pamphlet or bulletin, available at the door, will tell you what comes next during church.
Each chair has two books - the black one, referred to as our Book of Common Prayer, has standard texts and prayers and the bulletin you are given at the door will tell you which page to turn to and when. The red one, our Hymnal, includes all hymns and chants we use in the service. We stand as able during prayers and hymns, and take communion at the front. All are welcome at communion - no credentials required. You are also welcome to stay in your seat during communion, or to come to the railing with your arms across your chest to receive a blessing. If you wish, we also have volunteers who offer healing prayers on the right hand side of the church in our chapel during communion.
Episcopal churches tend to have strong music programs.
We are fortunate to have a fine Austin organ and an excellent organist and choirmaster who leads our wonderful choir. Our music both reflects our Anglican heritage and embraces a wide range of musical styles from early music to the works of living 21st century composers,
If you have a difficult time hearing, devices are available at the back of the church to assist you.
Sunday School and Nursery Care
Adjacent buildings on campus offer meeting space to many groups, and house our Sunday School classrooms, a strong youth program, and child care during church. Come in to look and ask anyone to show you around. We'll be glad to see you!
Parking is in two large lots across the street from the church, and in a SMALL handicap parking lot on the south/right side of the church. Street parking is also available on Sunday mornings only.
All Saints’ Church has 4 separate buildings.
* THE CHURCH BUILDING is in the center of the campus, on the east side of Hwy 202. The church has three entrances. The handicapped entrance is on the south side of the building, adjacent to the handicapped parking lot.
*THE OLD PARISH HOUSE is to the left of the church and houses bathrooms, offices, church school rooms, meeting rooms and " the Parlor".
*THE RECTORY is to the right of the church and is the private residence of our Rector, Jamie Hamilton.
*THE PARISH HALL, referred to as Reynolds Hall, is on the west side of Hwy 202. Reynolds Hall has two levels. The street level is used for most church gatherings, and events including Sunday morning coffee hour and Tuesday night Community Suppers. The lower level is currently occupied by the Serendipity Shop, selling gently used clothing and household items for greatly reduced prices.