What We Believe


All Saints’ is an open and inclusive Episcopal church. We love Jesus and follow his teachings. So we celebrate communion and share it with anyone and everyone. In our baptism service, we promise to love our neighbors as ourselves and uphold the dignity of every human being – everybody, no exceptions. We believe that when someone is hungry, we feed them; when someone is sick, we care for them.  We affirm and bless committed relationships that are lifelong and monogamous, but we recognize that divorce happens and do not punish people for it. In the Episcopal Church, men and women can be priests, deacons and bishops whatever their sexual orientation or gender identity. We respect people’s right to make their own personal decisions about birth control. We think worship can be about asking tough questions.  And, while we believe that God is eternal and forever, we also know that people come to Him from different paths. We love science and we believe it’s our responsibility to care for the earth.

We believe that God loves you just as you are and doing what you’re doing. So anytime you want to show up at All Saints’ – helping to feed the hungry, volunteering at the LGBT Brunch or attending a worship service – you’re most welcome.


In 2014, the Rector and Vestry of All Saints’ commissioned a group comprised of

Vestry, Staff and parishioners and charged it with defining who we are as a church, and charting

a course for at least the next five years.  The result was the All Saints’ Parish Strategic Plan 2015 – 2020.

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