All Saints is an open hearted, open-minded parish of the Episcopal Diocese of East Carolina.
Here at All Saints’, our mission is to be a faithful community and stewards of God’s will and gifts to have a positive influence on all we touch. We are an inclusive congregation representing the young and not so young, students, retirees, workers in and out of the home and singles of all descriptions.
Some of us have worshipped in the Episcopal Church all our lives. Some of us have come following God’s call to journey to a new place. As we celebrate God’s presence at the Table, on the Outer Banks, and in the world, we reflect on the wholeness of God’s creation in our Liturgy, prayers, and music. We offer an exciting Christian community and invite you to worship with us!
Tuesday Morning Small Groups
Men’s and Women’s Groups meet separately for discussion about spirituality at work in our lives.
Classes are offered periodically for those who wish to learn more about the Episcopal faith (“Inquirers”), for both current church members and prospective members. Classes are also offered for those who wish to make a public commitment to their religion through the sacrament of Confirmation. Those interested in either class may contact the Rector.
Quarterly Labyrinth Walks
The Adult Education and Spirituality Committee sponsors quarterly walks at the Labyrinth in March, June, September and December on the equinox and solstice dates. We begin the walk with a short 5 – 10 minute devotion, then begin walking the labyrinth. All Saints’ Church is unique with a labyrinth on its grounds on the Outer Banks. It is holy ground. We encourage you to put these dates on your calendar and join together for a spiritual time of renewal. It is amazing the energy shared when we walk together.
Please contact Wayne Barry or the Church Office for information or to volunteer to lead the devotions. Time of the walk may vary quarterly.
The Adult Education and Spirituality Committee
The ministry of the Adult Education and Spirituality Committee (AESC) is to assist pastoral leadership in meeting the individual, small group, and community education and spirituality needs to the best of its ability. By conducting occasional surveys, and keeping in close contact with parishoners, vestry and other committee members, the AESC will meet those needs through on-line and in-person experiences.
We will maintain an active presence on the Church bulletin board, and will provide email addresses and telephone numbers of AESC committee members who are willing to be contacted with concerns.
Committee membership currently includes Wayne Barry, Kaye White, Jane Williams, Brooks Sutton and Dick Calhoun.