We were all new once and we remember what it can be like. So we put this page together to answer some questions before you arrive. It can be easier when you know what to expect.

Sunday mornings

About 75 people attend All Saint’s each Sunday at two different services. Everyone is welcome! We love when children are with us in worship and have a special “pray-ground” in our seating area for little ones.

Our congregation spans a range of ages and backgrounds. You’ll see people dressed in all styles, from jeans to sundresses to business suits and – depending on which service you attend – you’ll experience a variety of musical styles – all offered in praise to God.

Each worship lasts for about an hour. Children are welcome to attend worship and we offer “Bible Breakout” during part of each service, where children from preschool through 5th grade can go to a classroom and share activities about the lesson of the day while parents participate in the sermon and teaching of the morning. Of course, children are also welcome to participate in all parts of worship. We also have a staffed nursery at all of our services.


is ample, easy parking on our property with multiple handicapped spaces. The
parking lot is well lit for evening activities. Our facility is wheelchair and
walker friendly, including an outdoor garden and worship space.

Nametags & Assistance

We wear name tags at All Saints
for multiple reasons – so you know who we are, so we can greet one another we
don’t know as well by name, and so we know who you are. A greeter or usher can
assist you with preparing a name tag to add to the box. We hope you’ll come and
use it often!

We offer large print bulletins
and hearing devices to assist you and our layout is wheelchair and walker
friendly. If you have questions about worship or any church activities, please
ask anyone and we’ll be sure to help.


WiFi is available in our buildings. Signs are posted with the password for
anyone to use.


All are welcome to the Lord’s table at All Saints. You may request grape juice during Communion rather than wine and gluten free wafers are available in addition to bread. You are invited to come forward for a blessing even if you don’t commune. The Lord’s table is for all of us!

Getting Connected

Getting connected is about
building relationships, which takes time as is about more than attending
worship. One way to get connected is to join everyone for coffee and fellowship
in the Fellowship Hall following each worship service. It can be a loud and
joyous time as people gather to share stories and laughter and concerns. It’s a
great time to have questions answered about all the things that happen the rest
of the week at All Saints.

We offer a variety of programs
and opportunities for people to become engaged. We have Bible studies, choirs
of all ages and sorts, community outreach programs, potlucks, and youth
activities. We’ll be happy to connect you with others in areas that interest