Weekly Worship Services

Please note this worship schedule has changes due to the Coronavirus pandemic. 

Stay tuned for updated information.

Celebrations of the Holy Eucharist

Saturday 5:00pm

Sunday 7:30am

Sunday 10:00am


With an emphasis on beautiful liturgy in our Episcopal tradition and excellence in music, worship at All Saints' provides an opportunity to give thanks and praise to God.  We offer a variety of services so you can find just the right setting to make your worship time meaningful, comforting, and inspiring.  


We engage all our senses, sharing music, listening to the word of God in Scripture and participating in a communal symbolic meal. Your ears will hear the spoken and sung voice along with the sounds of the pipe organ. Your hands will be able to touch holy water upon entering and your forehead as you make the "sign of the cross." Your eyes will see light and shadow, rich colors cast by stained glass windows and candles, and art both ancient and new expressing visually the faith of the Church. Your nose will smell candles burning and sometimes incense, and your tongue will taste the Bread of Heaven. Traditional Christian worship is active, and invites the participation of the entire congregation.

  • More Intimate Settings

    Saturday 5:00pm Holy Eucharist in the Church

    A quiet evening service that includes prayers, readings, a sermon, and communion.


    Sunday 7:30am Holy Eucharist in the Church

    A quiet morning service that includes prayers, readings, a sermon, and communion.




  • True To Our Tradition

    Sunday 10:00am Choral Eucharist in the Church

    This main worship gathering features traditional worship, including music by members of the Choir, organ, prayers, readings, a sermon, and communion. 



       


  • Choral Evensong

    A deeply moving service with candlelight, sung prayers, chant, and incense. Sung on selected dates in the church calendar, Evensong is one of the jewels of the Anglican tradition, with sung settings of the psalms, evening canticles and prayers from the 1662 Prayer Book. Experience the timeless texts of the Magnificat and Nunc dimittis as interpreted by celebrated composers.  


     

  • More Prayer Offerings

    Rosary Prayer:  Sunday, 9:15am ONLINE

    A 20-minute devotion that guides us on a journey with God through the joy, sorrow and ultimately the light and glory of our life in Christ.


    THE DAILY OFFICE FOR BOTH MORNING AND EVENING PRAYER ARE ON HIATUS UNTIL JULY 5. 


    Morning Prayer: Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday, and Friday 9am ONLINE

    A lovely way to start your morning with a prayer service that follows the Daily Office of the Book of Common Prayer. 


    Evening Prayer: Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, and Thursday 5:30pm ONLINE

    A lay-led prayer service that follows the Daily Office of the Book of Common Prayer providing a way to deepen your faith . . . DAILY—with one of the best practices of Christian discipleship in our Anglican tradition.