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All Saints Episcopal Church, Hilton Head Island, SC

Welcome to All Saints

"If you have a faith, or are seeking one, you are always welcome in this House of the Lord!"

WORSHIP SERVICE SCHEDULE

Holy Eucharist Rite I
8:00 am Sunday
 
   
Sunday Education  
   * Adult - 9:00 am   
   * Children's Church School
      10:00 am
 
   * Infant/Toddler Nursery
    (children 3 yrs. old &
    younger)
    10:00am through 12:00 noon.
 
   
Holy Eucharist Rite II
10:15 am Sunday
 
   
Holy Eucharist Followed by a Service of Healing
10:00 am Thursday
 

 

 

CONTACT US

All Saints Episcopal Church
3001 Meeting Street
Hilton Head Island, SC 29926
843-681-8333
Email:

 

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