All Saints' Memorial Church
All Saints’ Memorial Church is an Episcopal Church, which is a member of the world-wide Anglican Communion. Our worship is liturgical in style, grounded in scripture and centered in the Eucharistic which means that all Sunday services, and most other services, include a celebration of Holy Communion. All, including children, are welcome to participate and receive.
The order of service is taken from The Episcopal Book of Common Prayer (1979 edition) as well as other Episcopal and Anglican resources. Hymns are selected from various Episcopal hymnals, including the Hymnal 1982 which is found in the pews. Bulletins listing Book of Common Prayer page numbers, hymn numbers, and the full text of the Scripture readings are prepared for all Sunday services and most other services to guide you.
Saturday (June through August):
5 p.m. A relaxed, 'come as you are' service of Holy Communion, held in our historic Carriage Sheds.
8 a.m. A quiet, said service with sermon and a Celebration of Holy Communion.
9:00am Second Sundays @ Stone Church. An once-a month service of Holy Eucharist for children and families, held on the second Sunday of the moth. This interactive service includes child friendly readings, prayers, songs and homily. (on hiatus until fall)
10:00 a.m. A Choral Service with music, sermon and a Celebration of Holy Communion. The Music is led by our All Saints’ Memorial Church choir from September through May.
10 a.m. A service that includes Prayers for healing, a time for individual Laying on of Hands for healing prayer, and a Celebration of Holy Communion.