At All Saints’ worship is central to our life together. Our weekly service is both joyful and reverent– bringing together the best of the Anglican tradition from the ancient to the contemporary. All are invited to join us!
We feel blessed to have many visitors at All Saints’ so we take our calling to hospitality very seriously! Our congregation invites vacationers, seasonal residents and locals to find spiritual and physical sustenance at our table on Sunday morning. Share a time of worship, experience our famous “Welcome Visitors” song (set to the tune of Handel’s “Hallelujah Chorus”) and join us for food and fellowship immediately following the service.
Offering opportunities for formation in the Christian faith is a vital part of All Saints’ mission. We seek to provide a variety of experiences for children, teens and adults to be “rooted and grounded in love” and “filled with the fullness of God” including: children’s nursery and Sunday School, Advent and Lenten programs, and a weekly Bible Study.
Jesus said, “Just as you did it to one of the least of these who are members of my family, you did it to me.” We strive to see and honor Christ in all people– especially opening our hearts to those who are lost or left out by society. All Saints’ supports a variety of outreach ministries including monthly ingatherings for “Food for the Hungry,” Interfaith Hospitality Network, the annual Pet Blessing for the community, and the Mardis Gras Supper on Shrove Tuesday (all proceeds go to outreach).