About Our Congregation


Rev. Liz Colton and Rev. Lori Exley greeting
Rev. Liz Colton and Rev. Lori Exley greeting parishioners

We’re so glad that you’re here! All Saints’ is a growing worshiping community of faith for over 243 years, and our doors are open to all those wishing to worship with us. Young or old, married or single, straight or gay….every age, race, and sexual orientation are equally welcome to join us at any of our services or events.

We are an inclusive parish and support all kinds of families. Members, friends, and strangers alike are invited to follow along by way of our bulletin (service text), and of course, continue to coffee hour to meet new friends and fellowship. Interested in any of our programs? Look to our calendar page to find out what’s happening at All Saints’.

Our space is shared by our Young at Heart group, who meet twice a month for some good nature fun for youngins’ ages 55 & up. The Episcopal Church Women (ECW), dedicated to supporting the outreach and need efforts meet the 2nd Wednesday of every month. For over 40 years, Boy Scouts Troop 252 has been a
part of All Saints’ and provides a wonderful chance for our boys and youth to participate of this worthy organization.

Or, stop by the 2nd Saturday of every month to have some delicious breakfast provided by the Breakfast Club. Meeting at 9:00AM once a month, it is a wonderful opportunity to meet those who call All Saints’ home. You might also enjoy participating in one of our fundraisers, held at Uno’s Pizzeria or Friendly’s restaurant throughout the year. Our fundraisers help support our Christmas Bazaar in December and helps provide for many of our goals throughout the year.

Our rich history over this time of great change, begins in 1772 which can be read more about here.


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