We celebrate the Holy Eucharist each Sunday at 10:00 AM and Thursday at 9:45 AM.  There are special services on Holy Days throughout the year.  Children are welcome in the worship service, and clipboards with activities based on the Sunday's Bible readings are available for all children to use. Our Sunday School curriculum runs from September through June.

We also enjoy "coffee hour" after worship each Sunday.  You are invited to the Parish Hall for a hot beverage, a bite to eat, and conversation.  It's a great way to take time to get to know the community.   And, a few times a year, we enjoy a potluck luncheon during coffee hour.  

What to expect when you visit All Saints

Visiting a new church for the first time can be an intimidating experience, but we want you to know that you are welcome to participate in as much or as little of the service as you feel comfortable. When you arrive you will be greeted by ushers, volunteers who will give you a service bulletin, answer any questions, guide you to our guest book, and encourage you to sit where ever you feel most comfortable. Our organist will play a prelude shortly before the service begins, so you know it's time to get comfortable and settled. On the pew in front of you, there will be a few different books. The one you will want to acquaint yourself with is "The Hymnal 1982," and it's usually blue. The hymns being sung that day are listed in your bulletin by hymn number, and you will find them in that book unless otherwise noted. The rest of the service is written out for you in the service bulletin. When we are ready to start, the organ will begin more loudly, and everyone will stand to sing the first hymn while our priest, deacon, lay ministers, and anyone else involved in the service enter from the back and walk to the altar. There service will now begin. If you get lost, or aren't sure what you should be doing, just copy your neighbor! The second half of the service is the Holy Eucharist, in which we share communion. Please participate if you would like, the Episcopal Church has no restrictions as to who may receive communion, and ALL are welcome at God's table. We do use real wine, so if you need to abstain for any reason you can cross your arms over your chest and receive a blessing instead.

Most importantly we want you to relax, and enjoy the service flooded by the light from our beautiful stained glass windows, and the love and warmth of our friendly and welcoming community.