All Saints Logo newCelebrate the Christian journey with the people of All Saints’ Church!

A Mission-Minded Episcopal/Anglican Parish in Princeton, New Jersey.

 

An Invitation from the Rector

 

All Saints’ Church invites you to join a community of diversity, biblical faith, inclusive spirit and passionate commitment to mission, with the warmth and hospitality of a true Christian family.

 

As followers of Jesus, we realize we are on a journey of faith and we are passionate about seeking to grow in our understanding and knowledge of the living God, whom our Lord Jesus revealed as truth and love.  We value Christian faith as a “way” and not necessarily a “destination.”

 

We are a Eucharistic people, living in a spirit of praise and thanksgiving, centered in both Word and Sacrament; we offer a commitment to outstanding preaching, inspiring music and a weekly offering of Holy Communion.

 

All Saints’ is a people of both “roots” and “wings.”  Our roots are in the tradition of biblical faith and the historic creeds of the church; our wings take us to unexplored ventures of faith, always open to the God who makes all things new.

 

Faithfully Always,

 

The Rev. Hugh E. Brown, III, D. Min.

Rector

 

Worship Services

Sunday 8:00 A.M., 10:15 A.M.
Wednesday 9:30 A.M. (chapel)

 

We are a ONE Church congregation committed to the Millennium Development Goals.  [http://www.er-d.org/MDGs/]

 

Pastoral Care

 

The clergy of All Saints’ Church are available for pastoral crisis and care; please immediately inform the rector or church office of pastoral needs, hospitalizations, emergencies and crisis requests.

 

In addition, All Saints’, through our Pastoral Care Team, composed of both clergy and laity of our parish family, offers home communion calls, hospital and nursing home calls and emergency pastoral assistance in times of crisis (meals, transportation, financial aid through the Rector’s Discretionary Fund).

 

Please call the church office (609-921-2420) or the rector at his home telephone number (609-921-1978) in the event of pastoral need or crisis.

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