Church History

Founded in 1897, All Saints Church began as a mission church in a little school house located on Chevy Chase Circle. In 1901 ground was broken for a new building to seat 250 at each service. Built of Rock Creek granite, the original church is today incorporated into the All Saints complex. All Saints’ architecture is English Gothic Revival and the church contains outstanding examples of stained glass art.


The history of All Saints Church dates back to 1892.

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Church History

The stained glass windows at All Saints are particularly noteworthy.

Click below to view a short documentary on these stunning windows.

All Saints Church Divine Light 2013 Documentary