At All Saints' Church we gather to know Jesus Christ

and make him known.

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Sunday Worship at 8:00 and 10:00 AM

 

During Epiphany our worship will wrestle with this question.  In place of the sermon, we will experience videos and discussion from the series entitled "Life Explored."  
 
This series reflects on the meaning of life from the perspective of the Gospel.  We will make adjustments to the service to accommodate this program for the 7 weeks between the Feast of the Baptism of Christ on January 8th and the First Sunday of Lent on March 5th.
 
Please come to worship during those weeks prepared to engage in a different form of worship.  Come with open minds and hearts.  Come seeking to know Jesus better and come to reflect on how Life Explored may be used to make Christ known.

 

Welcome to All Saints Church in Belmont, a center of Anglicanism within the Episcopal Church. 

 

We are a community of people seeking to find our story in God's story, and the courage to talk about it. We are part of the Jesus movement in union with our Presiding Bishop and Primate, Bishop Michael Curry.

 

We share a deep commitment to the highest standards of biblical preaching. We enjoy traditional worship as ordered by the 1979 Book of Common Prayer.  And we are a community deeply committed to our children and youth as evidenced by the Godly Play program.  

 

We gather together on Sundays and during the week to worship God, care for one another, learn, and grow together in faith.  Won't you join us?

 

Click here for worship service times.

 

The Reverends Paul and  Cheryl Minor,      Co-Rectors

Contact Us

All Saints' Church

17 Clark Street

Belmont, MA 02478

617-484-2228

all_saints@msn.com

 

Click here to read our most recent Newsletter

Office Hours are by appointment only.  Please call the parish office at 617-484-2228 before coming to the church.

Stories from our Community

"Two years ago I went to my first Agape meal with my son, who was five at the time.  To my surprise, when it was time to pass the peace during the service, he greeted those near by, and then proceeded to greet others around the room, adults and children, known and unknown.  I realized then that my faith community here at All Saints', was also his community."

 

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