Christians have attempted to communicate the Good News of Jesus Christ for thousands of years. First, in the spoken word around a campfire, then epistles written on scrolls. After the invention of the printing press, the Good News appeared as one of the first books offered to the world. Now, the Good News is being conveyed electronically and we rejoice in the amazing capabilities of the 21st century.
All Saints’ is the oldest church in Martin County, and yet at the same time, we attempt to be relevant to the world of today. That doesn’t mean that eternal truths will change, but it does mean that we shall try our utmost to convey these eternal truths in a contemporary fashion.
This website is your entrée into the Episcopal Church and our parish. In it you can learn about our history, our Rites, our Liturgy, and all the wonderful, devoted, and talented people who worship here. If you have a question that is not answered on these pages, please do not hesitate to contact me or one of our office staff.
We hope that you will consider a visit to All Saints’ Church. The timeliness of the setting is striking. The priest wears first century vestments and celebrates communion in a nineteenth century church. During the Exchange of the Peace, you will be greeted in a most friendly 21st century approach. Our worship services span the ages and we invite you to join us!
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