All Saints Parish Worship Schedule
5:00 p.m. Celtic Holy Eucharist
The Celtic Holy Eucharist Saturdays at 5:00 pm embodies Celtic ceremonial and musical traditions such as the lighting of the three lights, a Celtic-inspired statement of faith, and a sung blessing at the end of the service. The service draws on new liturgical music and texts based in the Celtic tradition, material from the Iona Community, and other sources.
10:30 a.m. Holy Eucharist with Prayers for Healing
The Sunday 10:30 am service is a traditional Eucharist with classical Anglican hymns and stirring anthems sung by the All Saints Choir.
(Nursery care for babies and toddlers provided for the 10:30 am service)
6:15 p.m. Taizé Holy Eucharist
The Wednesday 6:15 pm Taizé Holy Eucharist is a meditative service with a candlelight atmosphere, the hauntingly beautiful chants composed by the monks in Taizé, France, and prayers in contemporary language.
All Saints Parish is an open and affirming congregation in the Episcopal/Anglican tradition, welcoming people of every race, ethnic group, sexual orientation, and religious background. Many towns and neighborhoods are represented in the parish community. The life of this church is focused on common worship, a commitment to social justice, and personal growth through adult, youth, and children’s educational programs.
Our community is a vibrant and growing community marked by the diversity of its members and by its focus on spirituality. Our activities and programs serve both the congregation and the wider world. Worship services are centered on the Eucharist, with liturgy and music framed by traditional Anglican custom that incorporates contemporary elements. All Saints is particularly known for its fine music program.
Newcomers. If you are new to the parish, the Rector would like to welcome you to our parish. Please call the parish office at 617-738-1810 to schedule an appointment.
All Saints Parish building and windows. The beautiful neo-Gothic structure that houses the parish was designed by architect Ralph Adams Cram. The stained glass windows that surround the building were designed by the Charles Connick studio from the earliest through the final periods. For more information about the architecture and windows of All Saints Parish, please visit All Saints Parish - The Tours.