At All Saints’, we understand that finding connection and a sense of belonging is the first step in discerning a church home. Below are some thoughts about what makes All Saints’ special. You need not be a member of the church in order to participate in our worship services and the many activities on campus. We invite you to visit and determine whether All Saints’ fits with how you wish to express your faith.
One of the first things you will notice upon entering All Saints’ is the camaraderie. Our parishioners delight in being here, gathering together, and rejoicing in their relationship with the Lord – each in their own way – and with one another.
Many of our members count their time at All Saints’ not in years, but in generations. And while some do come and go because of moves and other important life events, most stay for a very long time.
There is an overwhelming sense of kindness and support and simple good cheer. We take pride and pleasure in ministering to one another and to our surrounding community.
We are a congregation that counts its diversity as one of its strengths — a collection of individuals who come from varied backgrounds and have a wide range of life experiences. Yet when we gather in God’s name, we are strengthened by His grace and example.
Parish life at All Saints’ is filled with opportunities for worship, spiritual formation, and fellowship. In addition to our Sunday services, we have a Wednesday healing service and other activities in which to participate, including Bible study, outreach ministries, the choir, and committees that work on everything from finances, to communication, to the maintenance of our campus.