All Saints Episcopal Church 

celebrating and sharing God's love for all

Due to the coronavirus pandemic, all worship services have moved online.  Join us every Thursday at 7:30pm, we also offer one service each weekend; alternating between our Saturday@5 style and Traditional Sunday Worship. You can join us on our Facebook page or right here on our website.  



Holy Eucharist with Healing




Holy Eucharist I


Holy Eucharist II

All Saints is offering online church services during the period in which the church is closed due to the coronavirus pandemic. 

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Join us for our Pentecost Weekend Worship in the style of our traditional Sunday service for May 30 & 31. 

The bulletin can be found by clicking here.


A Fellowship Hour will begin on Saturday evening at 5:15pm through Zoom. You can join us for the fellowship by clicking here. Don't forget to wear red for the Fellowship Hour!


A Coffee Hour will begin on Sunday morning at 11:00am through Zoom. You can join us for the fellowship by clicking here.

Don't forget to wear red for the Coffee Hour!

Join us for Night Prayer this Thursday, May 28. 

The bulletin can be found by clicking here.

A Letter from the Rector

June 3, 2020



Dear Friends in Christ,


The events of the last week seem to be on an escalating spiral, and the sense of frustration grows, as we watch more and more violence occur. As a community formed and sent to be a channel of God’s love, it is incumbent upon us as the Church, to stop, and take a deep breath. Take a cleansing, Spirit-filled breath, and dig into the hard work of prayer, examining ourselves, and beginning to find ways to reach out to those we have considered “other.” We must take practical steps, with God’s help, to begin the process of healing, one relationship at a time.  


As a parish deeply rooted in our Baptismal Covenant, where we promise to respect the dignity of every human being, let us find concrete actions that live out our values of inclusivity and welcome. This will necessitate more movement beyond the walls of our church, out into our local community. In the midst of a pandemic, we will need the Spirit’s movement, to “gather” in unity and solidarity.


The world is outraged right now, but soon the emotions will fade, and this will become one more lost story if we do not commit to making a difference in the long term. Our response must be measured and creative, with long term plans in mind. Introspection, humility, and vulnerability will guide our process. Grounded in the love that God has for us, we are already equipped to begin this work of living our faith.


Tomorrow, June 4 at 7:00pm, there will be a short liturgy of prayers for peace and music, with a zoom “gathering” following. We can share our thoughts and begin discussion on a way forward. More information of events that are being organized in our local community will be shared in this week’s e-blast.


Beloved friends, it may seem that there is little we can do as one church, but Christ has taught us that even a small band of followers, with the Spirit's leading, can inspire generations. Join us in taking the first step. 


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All Saints Episcopal Church is the only Episcopal Church on HIlton Head Island. Join us for any of our services and hope you will call it home.




3001 Meeting St

Hilton Head Island, SC 29926