What kind of church are you?
We are first and foremost a Christian church! We hold to the ancient creeds (Apostles' Creed and Nicene Creed) and believe that Scripture (the Holy Bible) is our primary source for revelation about who God is and how He relates to His creation.
We are liturgical, which means our services are highly participatory, ordered and consistent in form from week to week. To learn more about the liturgy, please see our brochure, What is Liturgy-An Explanation of the Sunday Service.
We are open to the leading of the Holy Spirit and commited to worship in wonder, love and praise. We seek to be the kind of church that exalts the name of Jesus Christ above all else to the honor and glory of God our Father.
Where and when do you meet?
We hold our worship services in our 401 East Kennedy Street location, directly across the parking lot from The Farmer's Table restaurant (which we highly recommend) in Suite B7. Sunday service starts at 10:00AM Our Wednesday night services are held in the same place and begin at 6:30PM
What should I wear?
We encourage you to wear what is comfortable for you -- dressy, casual, even jeans. You will usually find someone else wearing the same thing!
What about my children?
We love children here at All Saints Church! Children are always welcome to attend worship with their parents. However, we have a wonderful Children's Center (with highly screened caregivers) with a nursery and Children's Church with fun, hands-on activities and praise and worship. Children join their parents for Communion, unless parents prefer their children remain in the nursery until after the service.
Will I be singled out as a visitor?
No. You will be greeted when you come in and encouraged to sign in and wear a nametag just like the rest of us. You will not be asked to stand or be singled out in any way.
Who may take Communion at All Saints Church?
Communion is open to all baptized Christians able to uphold the Nicene Creed in letter and spirit, and who are in right relationship with the Lord and their neighbor. Baptized children are also welcome to receive Communion at the disretion of his/her parents.
How do I take Communion?
The ushers will direct you to come down to the front where the priest will hand you a wafer in your cupped hands. You will then be directed to receive the wine. We have two chalices. The one on the right of the stage is for dipping. The one on the left side of the stage is the common cup for sipping. Please let an usher know if it is difficult for you to come forward; we are glad to bring Communion to you in your seat.