All Saints takes great joy in worshiping the Lord every Sunday and throughout the week. We offer a diverse spread of services with the hope of creating enough avenues into the life of God so that people in all different spiritual walks of life feel welcome in our church.

Sunday Morning

8:00am Holy Eucharist

This early service provides a traditional Rite II Holy Eucharist with homily and single hymn at the offertory. The service welcomes the day of Resurrection with relative peace and quiet. It is the most contemplative of our services, and largely appeals to those that enjoy the quiet rhythms of the liturgy and lectionary.

9:00am Children and Family Service with Eucharist

This service, often dubbed the “Holy Zoo”, is an amazing experience of life and energy. Filled with a range of families with infants, toddlers, and children on the move, this services aims to foster a spirit of welcome and freedom for families with children. While often filled with raucous behavior and lively energy, the 9am manages to offer grace and Christian content to kids and families seeking
spirituality and religion in their lives. All are welcome, including screaming babies and exhausted parents! The service usually runs about 40 minutes for those focused on nap-time and various other Sunday sports and activities. It is followed by a coffee hour and Sunday School offering for the kids during the school year.

11:00am Choral Eucharist

11 o’clock brings forth a traditional service of Holy Eucharist with hymns and the glory of our choir. Filled with the rich sound of the organ and harmonized voices, this service aims to glorify God through the Anglican tradition of beautiful music, liturgy, and scripture, including a sermon, the celebration and communion of Holy Eucharist, and a rich diversity of other liturgical elements. All are welcome. Coffee hour and fellowship follow the service.


6:30pm Wednesday Evening Prayer Service

Every Wednesday we offer a prayer service from the Book of Common Prayer. The service is quiet and contemplative and takes place in our side-chapel.