We are a welcoming place of spiritual and physical beauty — a place for you to enter into (and grow in) the heart of Christianity. We are an inclusive and welcoming community, committed to discovering and experiencing God’s love in worship, fellowship, study, prayer, and action.
As we continue our practices of physical distancing and isolation during the COVID-19 pandemic, we invite you to join us for online services, classes, studies, and fellowship groups at All Saints’.
All are invited to join as you seek connection to your neighbor, and to God, during this challenging season.
The compassionate, expansive, and transformative way of love, modeled and lived by Jesus of Nazareth, forms the core of our life together. We seek innovative ways to follow that journey in all its forms.
WHAT WE DO
We worship, pray, sing, teach, love, and learn guided by the broad expanse of seekers and teachers that comprise our community. We feed our neighbors, and advocate for the needs of others.
We welcome all.
HOW WE PRAY
Our prayer is guided by the Episcopal Church and historical Anglicanism. It draws from a diverse array of spiritual traditions. Contemplation, in its many forms, is at the heart of our prayer life.
OUR CORE VALUES
Tradition: We are deeply-rooted in Episcopal tradition.
Innovation: We are committed to finding innovative ways of experiencing God's presence in all sacred traditions.
Prayer: We are committed to assisting each individual in his or her search for intimacy with God (prayer).
Action: And compassionate engagement with the world (action).
Spiritual Formation: We are committed to spiritual formation in all levels of our parish life.
Inclusion: We are committed to the spirit of Inclusion.
We are a family committed to embracing the Divine in all through experiencing and sharing the compassionate story of Jesus Christ.
When construction began in 1949, we were known as "The little white church." We sat in the middle of cotton fields at what now is 3026 S. Staples in Corpus Christi, TX. By the mid-60s, houses sprung up around our church, and we were the heart of their community.
As we expanded our approach to how we worshipped God in a newer world, so did our "little white church." In 1995, the building was renovated and expanded to meet our new emerging needs. It included the addition of a Labyrinth and parish hall, the Oratory of the Good Shepherd Chapel, a new kitchen, newly redesigned classrooms, nurseries, and a new entrance.
By 2020, the world changed, and we knew the walls of our church had to be brought down to meet the needs of our present day reality.
All Saints' now exists beyond the walls of our church and in the homes and hearts of those around the world who are now part of our parish.