The Holy Scriptures are the revealed word of God, which inspired the human authors of the Scripture, and which is interpreted by the Church under the guidance of the Holy Spirit (Bible Gateway- http://www.biblegateway.com )
The Nicene Creed is the basic statement of our belief about God. It was adopted in the 300s by the early church founders and is said every Sunday in Episcopal and Anglican churches around the United States and world (http://www.creeds.net/ancient/nicene.htm).
The two great sacraments of the Gospel, given by Christ to the Church, are Baptism and the Holy Eucharist. In Baptism, we renounce Satan, repent of our sins, and adopt Jesus as our Lord and Savior. In the Holy Eucharist, the center of our worship life, we remember and participate in the life, death, and resurrection of Jesus Christ until his coming again.
Supportive Relationships Growing Disciples- We have many small group ministries based on different interests from Bible study, Sunday School, Wednesday night programs that include prayer, food, crafts, and fellowship.
Spirit-filled Worship-In the Anglican and Episcopal Tradition our worship follows the structure of the Book of Common Prayer. Within the bounds of that structure we have a relaxed and somewhat informal family atmosphere. Not too casual; not too formal, but come as you are.
Loving our Neighbor-All Saints is very motivated to help people in need. We continue to joyfully support our food pantry and our ministry to homeless families. We also contribute when necessary in smaller ways that are less organized. We want to make a positive impact in our community and share the love of God with others.
If you share these values or hope to share them one day come be a follower of Jesus with us.
We are a community of people loving each other and our Lord. Be completely humble and gentle, be patient, bearing with one another in love. Make every effort to keep this holy unity.