If you are considering a visit to All Saints or are looking for a new church home, we hope this website will give you some information and insight into who we are and help you get better acquainted with us.
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Where are you located?
All Saints is located at 3001 Meeting Street, near the corner of Main Street, on the North end of the island. Look for the “Visitor” signs on several spots for convenient parking.
How do I follow along with the service?
Ushers, located near the main entrance to the church, will be handing out bulletins that map out the entire service, making it easy to participate.
When is the church office open?
The regular hours are:
Monday - Thursday
9am - 4pm
When are your services of worship?
We celebrate the Eucharist (a service with Communion) each Sunday at 8 a.m. (traditional language) and 10:15 a.m. (contemporary language and choir). We also have a Eucharist, with healing, at 10 a.m. on Thursdays as well as a come as you are Eucharist with a fresh perspective every week called “Saturday@5”.
What does it mean to be Episcopalian?
The Episcopal Church, a province of the Anglican Communion, has its roots in the Church of England and has been typically known as both Protestant and Catholic. For more information click on the button below to visit The Episcopal Church website.
May I receive Communion if I am not an Episcopalian?
Absolutely. All adults and children who seek God are welcome at the Lord’s Table and are invited to receive the blessed bread and wine.
Is the church accessible for people with disabilities?
There are several handicapped parking spaces. A wheelchair accessible ramp leads to the sanctuary and offices. A conveniently located elevator can take you to the upper floor of the building.
What do I do if I have a pastoral care emergency?
Please call the parish office and ask to speak with one of the clergy. If the office is closed, the message will give you the phone number of the priest on call.
How do I become a member?
Your first step is to speak with one of the priests. They will answer your questions and help you select the right path for your circumstances, given that joining has a range of meanings, including Associate Membership, which attempts to provide those who reside here on a limited basis and want to retain their primary membership in another church with a “home away from home”.