Welcome! We’re so happy you are here and we hope that you find All Saints is a place of spiritual and relational fulfillment. Walking through our doors, we want you to feel authenticity and community, a place where you feel at ease as you meet people. Our hope is that you will quickly feel the warmth that our community sheds as we all continuously join in relationships, engage in spiritual seeking, and grow into the love of Christ as His humble servants.
All means ALL!
We welcome people of all ages, races, gender identities, and sexual orientations to join us in worship and in the life of our church. You are invited to join us in our church community where you are loved and accepted.
Connect with Us
We would love to get to know you and include you in our church community. Please click here to fill out our online newcomer card and we will be in touch with you. We also invite you to sign up for our weekly newsletter by clicking here.
Ways to Get Involved
Ready to jump in? We offer many different service opportunities throughout the year, click here to learn more. To learn more about our different ministries (altar, flower, and garden guild), click here.
Are you ready to become a member of All Saints?
If you consider this place your home—and we surely hope you do—we would like to talk with you about taking the next steps towards baptism or confirmation. Click here to email us about becoming a member.
It is very easy to become a formal member of All Saints. When you are ready to formalize your membership, let a member of our clergy know your desire to join the Church. They will invite you in for a conversation about your spiritual journey and the ways you can fulfill your needs and hopes at All Saints. If you are an Episcopalian who belonged to an Episcopal parish somewhere else, you would be asked to have a Letter of Transfer sent to All Saints. If you speak with someone in the office, we can help with that process as well. Know that any person, All Saints member or not, is welcome to attend worship services and activities at All Saints.