A lot has changed as a result of the pandemic, but worship remains central to life at All Saints. The vision that shapes our time together on a Sunday is simple: we focus on God and we leave with a greater sense of hope and joy.
Our services are shaped by Anglican tradition and tailored to be relevant to your daily life and spiritual journey. Inspiring music, meaningful sermons, a welcoming and inclusive atmosphere: these are the things you will find when you join us on a Sunday morning.
People often have different preferences when it comes to worship. So throughout the year we offer special services, including contemporary formats, meditations, morning prayer, and seasonal lessons and carols. At present, we have one service on a Sunday, with worshippers gathering together at 10am by Zoom for an interactive worship with online readers and presenters, and with our minister and musicians appearing live from within the church building.
This is a classic Anglican service of worship, with relevant preaching, prayers, and organ & vocal music. The service runs about forty-five minutes to an hour and follows the liturgy found in the Book of Alternative Services. See specific details on our Upcoming Services page.
We look forward some day soon to restoring our usual schedule of three services on a Sunday:
- a quiet and contemplative Communion service with spoken liturgy
- a seeker-oriented, all-ages service with contemporary songs and liturgy; and
- a more traditional Anglican service, with biblical preaching, organ music, sung prayers, and choral music.