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Upcoming Events

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Soldiers for Christ high school youth will meet April 16th at 6:30pm

Middle School Youth will meet  April 16th at 6:30-8pm

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The All Saints online communication tool called "The City" is coming soon!

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Sunday, April 20th after 10:30 service Toddler to 8 yrs old - Bring your basket!



Easter Sunday Bring flowers from your yard Easter morning to decorate the cross!



A Marriage Conference, "Dancing in the Kitchen"

with Bill & Katherine Zachman

May 30-31, 2014 at Crow Hill Hunting Lodge

more information and sign up in the Narthex


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Join the All Saints Softball Team - Games Tues. and Thurs. May-June

               Welcome to
   All Saints Anglican Church

We pray that you will worship with us soon and experience the presence and love of Christ among us.

Our service offerings range from quiet and contemplative to contemporary, and each retains traditional liturgical elements.

Worship at All Saints is marked by:

Truth: Our sermons and teachings are all Bible-based and life application-oriented. We uphold God's Word as contained in the Old and New Testaments to contain all things necessary for salvation. We call on the Holy Spirit to lead us and keep us in His truth.

Release: Throughout each service, we have numerous opportunities to respond to God's love through prayer, hearing and responding to the Word, singing God's praises, and offering ourselves to Him. We are not merely observers, but rather participants anticipating a supernatural transaction in His holy presence.

Order: Our liturgy brings a sense of flow and structure as our worship unfolds; and yet, we are often compelled by the Spirit to step out of a liturgical form and respond as He moves us.

Legacy: As we worship, we see that we are a part of God's holy, universal church that was birthed on the day of Pentecost nearly 2,000 years ago. Our liturgy and worship recall actual events in Judeo-Christian history; remind us of God's ongoing, abiding presence through His Holy Spirit; and redirect us forward as we anticipate Jesus Christ's return and the triumph of His Church.  There is a sense, when one enters fully into worship, that we are a part of something that has lasted—and will last—throughout the ages.

Come and join us this Sunday...we'll save a seat for you.



Vacation Bible School Mega Sports Camp

Click here to view a slideshow of the Vacation Bible School Mega Sports Camp held in June 2013.

Church Building

Quick Facts

 Sunday Worship

  8:00 am Traditional (no music)
  9:00 am Traditional (hymns)
10:15 am Refreshments and Fellowship
10:30 am Contemporary (praise & worship)  Refreshments and fellowship follow the 10:30 am service.

A nursery is available during the 9am and 10:30am services.


Eucharist Services each Wednesday March 12-April 9 12pm and 5:30pm

Lenten Soup Suppers March 12-April 9 6pm

Palm Sunday Services April 13th 9 and 10:30am

Maundy Thursday April 17th time TBA

Good Friday Stations of the Cross April 18th 11am

Easter Services April 20th 6am, 9am and 10:30am


292 McCabe Road
Newport, NC 28570
Ph. (252) 247-6909

Click here for a map and directions to the church

Looking for Christian fellowship?  Here's some opportunities:

7am Wednesday mornings Men's Prayer Group

6:45am Boy's Bible Study at Bojangles

10am each Wednesday Mid-week Holy Eucharist

2pm second and fourth Wednesdays Knitting & Prayer Shawl Ministry