The All Saints Community is dedicated to growing in relationship with God, self, others, and all creation.

Our Core Values are LOVE and ACCEPTANCE

We invite and welcome people of all ages and walks of life into our intimate, inclusive, and compassionate community where we focus on spiritual nurture, education, and serving those who live in the Fayette County area.

Morning Prayer on YouTube is available. 


Tuesdays through Fridays.

Sunday Service - 10:00AM

Midweek Evening Worship!

Wednesday at 5:30

Healing Service

1st week each month

Food for the Body and Soul!

Monday Meals

Meals will be cooked and delivered on

September 12, 2022 

Monday Meals will meet on the date listed above at 10:30AM. 

If you know someone who would like a home-cooked meal, please call the Office.   If you would like to come, share fellowship, and help prepare the meals and/or distribute them, please let Sue Timmons know (or call the Office.)


Sunday Morning Adult Class


August 21, 2022

Contact the office for printouts

    Refreshments in the Hall 
    11:15am Sundays
This is a great opportunity to spend time with your friends.

See new posts from The Diocese and Synod on our "News from our Bishops'" page

Note:  Bishops Curry, Eaton and Smith have added articles on our stance regarding the recent Supreme Court decisions.

Readings and Commentary

Sunday School for Kids


     Also online at

     (Easter Sunday) 

    Last Sunday's Lesson
     (Palm / Passion Sunday)

Find us on


Next Sunday, August 14, All Saints Church and the First Presbyterian Church will have a joint Service and Picnic

             Location:    Eyman Park in WCH

             Time:          11:00AM

             Please bring:     A dish to share and a lawn chair
                                        for yourself

Are you interested in what other churches in the Diocese and Synod are doing?

Have a look at our Connecting with Others page!

You will find links to Newsletters and Websites there.

Plan B in Effect!!

Service at All Saints at 11

Picnic at 1st Presbyterian Persinger Fellowship Hall following Worship