THE REV. CANON FILMORE STRUNK
“Welcome to All Saints Anglican Church. We are delighted that you are interested in finding out more about us. All Saints is a Bible-based, liturgical, and Holy Spirit led church living out (God being our helper!) the Good News of Jesus Christ. Our life together is shaped by the Protestant Reformation with a solid appreciation of the practice of the early Church. We are diverse – on any given Sunday you might find worshipers who hail from five continents – all celebrating the new life we have in Jesus. God bless you in your pilgrim walk!”
Anglicans hold the faith of the original Church:
God is Father, Son, and Holy Spirit in oneness of being and trinity of persons,
The person of Jesus of Nazareth as both God and human,
The Bible as the “God-breathed” ultimate authority in faith, worship, and life,
Salvation through faith alone, in Christ alone, by grace alone,
The sacraments of Baptism and Holy Communion as commanded by Christ,
The creeds of the early church (Apostles and Nicene) as the foundational statements of the Christian faith, and
The living and active work of the Holy Spirit.
Location & Times
Services are on Sundays:
8:30 TRADITIONAL SERVICE
10:30 CONTEMPORARY SERVICE
10:30 KID’S CHURCH – CAMP DIT
Come as you are - we welcome you to attend in whatever attire is most comfortable for you! Some folks at All Saints like to dress up by putting on their Sunday best, others like to wear something more casual and comfortable. Many people fall somewhere in between. Whatever you prefer to wear, you're welcome to worship with us!
On Sunday mornings, we have a Traditional service at 8:30 AM, a Contemporary service at 10:30 AM, and Kid's Church - Camp DIT at 10:30 AM, Each service lasts about an hour and fifteen minutes. Although each has its own musical style, each service has liturgical worship. To learn more, check out our worship page.
Please watch online with us on Youtube or go click the 'Watch' button on our homepage.
That is a short question that could have a very long answer! But the short answer is that we celebrate Communion every week because we believe that is what Jesus wanted his Church to do. He said, Do this, as often as you drink it, in remembrance of me. For as often as you eat this bread and drink the cup, you proclaim the Lord's death until he comes. (1 Corinthians 11:25-26). The early Church carried on the practice of weekly Communion that they had received from the Apostles, and it was only much later that Communion became more infrequent. By taking Communion weekly, we are simply reclaiming that ancient biblical practice. Since the Lord has promised to meet with us and strengthen our faith whenever we eat this bread and drink this cup, we have every reason to do it as often as possible!
Yes! We offer childcare for children 0 - 3 yrs old at BOTH services through our Nursery and Camp DIT for children over 3 yrs old at 10:30 am. Please be considerate to all by NOT bringing any sick children to church. Thank you!