About us

The parishioners of All Saints’ Episcopal Church worship in our historic “Church on the Hill” overlooking the Indian River Lagoon in Jensen Beach, Florida.  Our parish, founded in 1893, is the oldest church in Martin County, the third oldest in the Episcopal Diocese of Southeast Florida, and the only church in the Diocese to be surrounded by a cemetery.  Our Rector, the Reverend W. Frisby Hendricks III, known as “Father Frisby”, leads the way, supported by All Saints’ able Vestry and Staff.

 

Who we are

All Saints’ parish is made up of individuals who come from varied backgrounds and have diverse life experiences.  Our members range in age from retirees to working couples and families to infants newly baptized in All Saints’ baptismal font.  Many of us who worship at All Saints’ Episcopal Church have found our way here from other Episcopal parishes, particularly in the “frozen north”, as well as from Protestant denominations, the Eastern Orthodox Church, and the Roman Catholic Church.  When we gather in God’s name, our unity is strengthened by our diversity.  All are welcome at All Saints’ Episcopal Church, regardless of race, gender, sexual orientation, or nationality.

You do not have to be an Episcopalian to worship at All Saints’, though some people do choose, after consideration, to be received into the Episcopal Church.  For more information on the Episcopal Church, please click here.

 

Fellowship

If you choose to worship with us, stay and join us after each service for a cup of coffee and something sweet to eat in Houg Hall.  We will enjoy getting to know you and hearing your story.

We also have many opportunities to get together for fellowship and fun throughout the week, including Bingo, Bible Studies, and meetings of the Daughters of the King and our Men’s and Women’s Fellowship groups.  Check the weekly Bulletin or contact our Parish Office at (772) 334-0610 for more information.

 

New members

We gladly welcome new members to All Saints’.  Call the Church office if you would like someone to come by and tell you more about our parish and the Episcopal Church.  As you seek information, this website may be helpful.