Like all Episcopal churches, our worship is liturgical, meaning we follow the ancient ritual patterns of the early church, as they have come down to us in the Anglican tradition. Our clergy vest in traditional vestments, our choir in cassock and surplice, and there is a solemnity and order to our service, but we wear our formality lightly.
Our Sunday liturgy comprises both Scripture and Eucharist, or Holy Communion. We follow the liturgical framework of the Book of Common Prayer, while often drawing on treasures from the wider Anglican world. We find ourselves refreshed and enriched by seasonal variation. Our congregation is comprised of members from different church backgrounds and religious traditions, and we seek to embrace and celebrate our common life in ways that speak to all.
Our service booklets are designed to make it easy for everyone to follow and fully participate in the service as each is comfortable.
Music @ All Saints – Enjoy some of the music performed by the choir over the last few years.
Sermons – Father Terry Gleason preaches profound and thought-provoking messages each Sunday