At All Saints we want to help you celebrate the grace of momentous life events. We are here to serve you in facilitating the services for life's largest moments. Our clergy are always ready to listen to your hopes and needs for special services, and our door is always open to provide a space that for joy, peace, reflection, or celebration. Below you will find information about weddings, baptisms, confirmation or reception, and funerals at All Saints.
For special events and functions outside normal service hours we ask that you complete the Facilities Use Form .
The marriage of two people is a holy union. It begins with your desire to form a lasting, lifelong partnership with another person in God's love, and continues throughout your lives as an unfolding process of intentional living and growing together. In a marriage, each of you as an individual and together as a couple, gradually transform and mature in God's presence and image. A wedding, then, is a sacred ritual that acknowledges and celebrates your desire to enter a lifelong relationship. It symbolizes the ending of former ways of life and other future possibilities, and establishes a particular pathway into the future – one that you promise to travel together.
For more information, see our wedding guide and contact the church office to inquire about having your wedding at All Saints.
Baptism is the primary sacrament in the Church across Christian denominations. It defines our membership in the Body of Christ and calls us to a certain way of life. Baptism is offered to all persons from infancy through adulthood. Typically, baptism is offered on certain days throughout the year. There is some preparation for the baptismal candidate or their parents (in the case of young children).
If you are interested in baptism, please contact a member of the clergy and submit the baptism form.
Confirmation and Reception
A Confirmed member is one who has made a mature public profession of faith in Jesus Christ in the presence of an Episcopal Bishop. We offer youth (9th thru 12th grade) and adult confirmation education in preparation for confirmation. If you have been Confirmed in another liturgical tradition (such as Roman Catholic or Lutheran) you are Received into the Church rather than Confirmed. A person is Received into the Episcopal Church by a bishop. Reception does not require a preparatory class. Please contact our rector for more information on confirmations or receptions.
The death of a loved one can be one of the most stressful and traumatic times in our lives. At All Saints we seek to be a source of comfort and strength during those times. For more information or to begin planning a service, please contact our rector or the church office. We also encourage you to seek our Care and Support offerings such as prayer requests, meals for families in distress, etc.