Becoming a member of All Saints means being part of a loving family who is joyful together, Christ focused, Spirit filled, Gospel driven, Bible centered, and growing as the Body of Christ. The Holy Spirit has answered our prayers to be here among us, to enliven us for Jesus, to use us as servants, and to rush like a mighty wind through our sanctuary, offices, meeting rooms, hallways, and even our homes. The outpouring of love and care for each other that is seen on a daily basis is inspiring, evidencing the Lord’s resurrection life among us. This is a genuine, loving, sacrificial, and precious family of God; joy abounds because of the victory we have been given by Jesus.
Sunday worship is our primary time to gather. However, we invite you to take the next step into the life of All Saints by sharing fellowship following the services and participating in learning opportunities offered during the week and on Sundays.
Children—little ones through teens—find their niche in Sunday School, Kids’ Church, and Youth Groups. Summer Mission Trips near and far also provide wonderful experiences for students and adults to explore their faith while ministering in different cultures.
Music for adults and children, special concerts, local and overseas outreach missions, and family activities build our community of faith here on the Circle. There are many ways to get involved!
Baptism is a ritual of inclusion and belonging that indicates our desire to enter into a relationship with Jesus Christ and the Church. We baptize adults and infants in the Episcopal Church on the belief that God’s love extends to everyone regardless of their age.
For more information on Baptisms at All Saints, please email Katie Freer.
Also known as the Lord’s Supper, or Holy Communion, the Eucharist is “the sacrament commanded by Christ for the continual remembrance of his life, death, and resurrection until his coming again.” We offer Holy Eucharist at each of the principal services on Sunday.
In Confirmation, a baptized Christian makes “a mature commitment to Christ, and receive strength from the Holy Spirit through prayer and the laying on of hands by a bishop.” For more information on becoming a confirmand, please contact Gary Wieder.
Holy Matrimony is Christian marriage, in which two people enter into a life long union, make their vows before God and the Church, and receive the grace and blessing of God to help them fulfill their vows. If you have any questions about Holy Matrimony, please contact a priest or email Lois McDonald, Parish Administrator.
The Celebration and Blessing of a Marriage: Guidelines and Procedures
Whether you are new to All Saints Church or a long-time worshiper here, we would love to include you as a member! It’s easy, and is granted to all who have been sealed in the Christian sacrament of baptism.
To transfer your membership to All Saints Church, you can fill out the New Member Form. Just give us approximate dates, names, and locations. We’ll take care of the rest. If you have any questions please contact Lois McDonald.