Our Worship | 10:30am on Sundays

Since the earliest days, Christians have devoted their lives to the teachings, practices and presence of Jesus Christ.  The heart of this life is worship.  By gathering together with Jesus on Sunday, the first day of the week (the day of resurrection) Christians keep the feast of communion alive in every age, place and context.

Each week, All Saints’ gathers in our Sanctuary to devote ourselves to the work of worship, which shapes us to live worshipful lives.  Our worship follows the basic pattern of Christian worship.  A typical Sunday is shaped liked this:


THE Proclamation

  • Reading of Scripture (Old Testament, Epistle and Gospel Readings)
  • Sermon

THE Gathering

  • Prelude
  • Words of Welcome
  • Opening Hymn
  • Collect (Opening Prayer)

The Eucharistic Feast

  • Invitation, Confession, Peace
  • Communion
  • Prayer after Communion

Sending Forth

  • Closing Hymn
  • Dismissal with Blessing

THE Response

  • Prayers of the People
  • Creed
  • Offering (presentation of tithes, offerings and elements for communion)