Who are All Saints' Belmont?
We are a congregation of Christians
who recognize our continuity with followers of Jesus down the centuries,
who believe the Good News of His resurrection and His saving power today,
who accept the inspiration of the Bible and its authority for our lives,
who value and practice the Anglican traditions of worship, liturgy, and governance,
who seek to experience and to grow in faith and grace by living out lives worthy of Christ's calling,
who welcome young and old seeking to find and know God in Christ,
and who daily endeavor better to know Jesus Christ and to make Him known.
We are finding our story in God's story and the courage to talk about it. We are part of the Jesus movement in union with our Primate and Presiding Bishop Michael Curry.
We are members of the Episcopal Church and united in faith and commitment with the world-wide Anglican Communion under the leadership of the Archbishop of Canterbury Justin Welby.
We enjoy worship using liturgy from the Book of Common Prayer, enlivened by hymns and spiritual songs from all ages right up to the present.
We come mostly from Belmont and the surrounding towns of west suburban Boston.
We are a fellowship of mutual love and support, connected to and seeking to serve the local communities in which we live.
We are new-borns, children, youth, single and married adults, families, and seniors.
Our Co-Rectors are part of a growing group of Communion Partner Rectors. As part of that group they affirm and adhere to the teaching of Lambeth Resolution 1.10 , affirm and accept the recommendations of the Windsor Report, and endorse the Anglican Communion Covenant.
All Saints' Church is a member of the Episcopal Diocese of Massachusetts.
All Saints' Church has been designated a Godly Play Center of Excellence by the Godly Play Foundation. Learn more about Godly Play here.
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What is the Vestry and who is on it?
All Saints' Church
17 Clark Street
Belmont, MA 02478
Office Hours are by appointment only. Please call the parish office at 617-484-2228 before coming to the church.
Stories from our Community
"I felt drawn to All Saints'. On the first day I attended, Paul [one of the Co-Rectors] greeted the congregation with a statement about his love for Jesus and described waking up early to spend some quiet time with Him. I was immediately touched by Paul's sincere faith and his open sharing of his personal religious experiences. I felt embraced and held by the quiet beauty of the church. I left All Saints' that morning feeling a sense of excitement. I knew I had discovered a church where real spiritual support is present. I sensed a dynamic quality at All Saints' - interesting, innovative programs in place with the openness for others in the future. I felt hopeful that I had found a church where I could settle in."