Life is Better in Community
All Saints’ Church values friendship in Christ. The writer of Hebrews (13:2) reminds us not to forget to “entertain strangers, for by so doing some people have entertained angels without knowing it.” Indeed, many of us have built lasting relationships which extend beyond the walls of the church into our living rooms, local sports fields, music venues, restaurants and more. We have enriching conversations with people who are coming to find a new church home, and it’s wonderful to learn about their journeys and to share with them our excitement for All Saints’. We also feel supported, loved and enlightened by our fellow parishioners as we share our lives with each other and learn more about our faith, our need for prayers and our hopes to make a difference in our community and in our world.
All Saints’ is committed to improving on the ways we connect with each other and with newcomers. Our ushers provide a warm welcome to all who enter. Welcome bags with information about All Saints Church and our history, and a copy of The Messenger newsletter are provided for newcomers. Welcome cards are placed at each seat to fill out and give to the ushers or put in the collection plate. Follow-up “welcoming calls” or emails are made to all newcomers.
Refreshments and Fellowship
Our early morning breakfast after the 8 a.m. service, and our Reynolds Hall Coffee Hour after our two 10 a.m. services provide a perfect opportunity for parishioners, newcomers and visitors to meet, visit and catch up over a cup of coffee or juice, and a bite to eat. This weekly fellowship promotes a sense of hospitality and community which is essential for All Saints’.
Each of us has a unique reason for becoming and being a member of All Saints’. We all create our own path and level of connectedness. Choose one or more of the community activities that move you along your journey of faith. See our Welcome Brochure for a complete list of activities or contact the office at