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We delight in welcoming anyone to worship with us. In Baptism, we join the Christian community and become a full member of the church, which is the Body of Christ.

Anyone seeking baptism is encouraged to worship with us and get to know us. Once you feel comfortable doing so, please talk to the priest about baptism, either for yourself or for a child. We would be delighted.


The sacrament of marriage marks the joining of two people together for life. The sacrament unfolds as those two people grow together over many years. We are glad to be a part of your wedding day at All Saints. Weddings at All Saints are first and foremost about the worship of God, as two people come together to take lifelong vows in the presence of God and the gathered community.

Couples seeking to be married in the church should contact the church at least six months in advance. One person must be baptized. Premarital counseling is required. If either person has been divorced, we will discuss this in the course of premarital counseling and then seek the bishop's permission to proceed. We are also glad to officiate weddings for same-sex couples. The clergy retain the right to decline to perform any wedding.

Weddings at All Saints' Church follow the Book of Common Prayer.


The death of a member of the Church should be reported as soon as possible to, and arrangements for the funeral should be made in consultation with the Minister of the Congregation. Baptized Christians are properly buried from the church. The service should be held at a time when the congregation has opportunity to be present.

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