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 Join us in Our Year with The Saint John’s Bible at All Saints’

We welcome you to All Saints’!

All Saints’ is the home to the Saint John’s Bible Heritage Edition of the Book of Gospels and the Acts of the Apostles through November 2016.  Please watch for all the upcoming events and educational offerings, as well as worship, that features and highlights this inspiring volume of historical and  theological significance. Hailed as one of the greatest artistic and technological undertakings of this time.

Pentecost, Donald Jackson, Copyright 2002, The Saint John’s Bible, Saint John’s University, Collegeville, Minnesota USA. Used by permission.  All rights reserved.

Check out our website, attend a service, visit a class or group event. There’s no pressure to make a commitment to membership, ministry, or giving. Let God refresh your spirit. Click here for more info. 

Our Summer Worship Schedule:

Holy Eucharist
Saturday 5:00pm (Chapel)
Sunday 7:30am (Church)
Sunday 10:00am (Church)
Children’s Chapel 10:00am (Chapel)

Wednesday 7:00am & 10:00am
(includes the Laying on of Hands for healing)

Other Worship

Evening Prayer
On Hiatus for the Summer

Rosary Prayer
Sunday 9:15am (Chapel)

Adult Christian Education
Sunday 9:00am

Pastoral Care
For communion to the homebound and pastoral visits, contact the Church Office 602.279.5539
Priest-on-call—Evenings: 602.793.0112
Private confession by appointment

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About All Saints’ Episcopal Church in Phoenix, Arizona

All Saints’ is a vibrant, diverse, and inclusive community with a wide range of views–united in our commitment to pray, learn, and serve together. In so doing, we connect with each other, with God, and with those in need.

All Saints’ Church, as a parish in the Episcopal Church, is part of the 77 million member world-wide Anglican communion in over 160 countries. We worship according to the rites of the Episcopal Church in the Book of Common Prayer. While we originate out of the Church of England, our roots extend back to the earliest days of Christianity, with a spirituality that was shaped by monastic, Celtic, and Roman traditions, and with a Reformation emphasis on Scripture, Tradition, and Reason.

Here you will find ancient spiritual practices, some of the best traditional music in the valley, education and character formation for all ages, and a community that cares for its members, our city, and the world.

Wherever you are in your journey of faith, we invite you to get to know us better. To speak with one of our clergy or other staff members, call our Church Office at 602-279-5539.



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