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5001 Crestline Road, Fort Worth, TX 76107

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Join us for Worship!

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8:30 & 10:30 AM

Sunday School for Adults & Children is held between services at 9:30 AM.

*Nursery 8:00 AM - 12:00 Noon

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5:00 PM

Worship is held in our beautiful Chapel of the Annunciation.

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10:00 AM

Your mid-week connection in the Chapel!

Healing oil is offered at this liturgy.

News & Events

Sunday October 8

All are welcome

Bless Your Pet

1:00 - 3:00 PM

All Creatures Great and Small are invited to be Blessed on the Church Lawn. 

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October 15

Food Drive Begins

WestAid Food Drive 

Oct 15 - Nov 12

Last year All Saints was able to raise 960 lbs of food. We look forward to sharing the generosity of All Saints with WestAid in 2023.

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October 20

All ladies welcome

Queen's Tea

1:00 - 3:00 PM

"There are few hours in life more agreeable than the hour dedicated to the ceremony known as afternoon tea." - Henry James The Portrait of a Lady

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November 10 - 11

Hosted at All Saints

41st Annual Convention

The Episcopal Diocese

of Fort Worth

Click here to access information about the upcoming convention:

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Sunday FORUM

All are welcome

Distinctively Christian

9:30 AM

Distinctively Christian is a series focused on the foundations of the Christian faith. 

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Next Date: October 22

All are welcome

Interested in Membership? 

11:30 AM

Join Fr. Darryl & Cynthia at the Rectory to learn more about All Saints. Next date is Oct 22.

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On Mondays

All ladies welcome


12:30 PM



A grief recovery support group for those struggling with grief. All are welcome.


Next Date: November 5

Interested in Baptism?

Join All Saints!

Baptism at any age is available. Our next baptismal Sunday is All Saints Sunday, November 5.

Baby Baptism Ceremony


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Men's Bible Study

Every Tuesday at 8:30 am, about 20 -25 men of the parish meet with Fr. Darryl in the Church Fellowship Hall (DeWolfe Hall). They gather together to read and discuss the Scriptures and how they apply to life today. Along with donuts, kolaches and coffee, this group is bound together in a common commitment to learn more about their faith. All men are invited. In addition, Morning Prayer is offered at 8:00 am in the Chapel.

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Children &
Youth Ministry

At All Saints, we foster an energetic and loving environment for our youngest parishioners, helping children grow in their love of God and understanding of Christ ’s teachings. Children learn the Word of God through Bible study, song, and activity.


Each Sunday at 9:30 a.m., Pre -K through 5th grade meets with me for “Chapel Time.” The Bible story for that particular Sunday is introduced, and the children sing songs. From 9:45 a.m. -10:15 a.m., children attend a craft class and play a game. Each is designed to reinforce the lesson of the day. At 10:15 a.m., we meet again in the Chapel to close in prayer.


Nursery care is provided for infants through 3 yrs old from 8:00 a.m. - 12 noon.


The Forum

It's most certainly never dull! Every Sunday at 9:30 AM, ages 18 - 88, pack DeWolfe hall for a 45-minute teaching by Fr. Darryl that combines theology with fun. Take advantage of this time; it is always practical, applicable, and spiritually inspiring. Come early - sometimes it is standing room only!

Current Series | Distinctively Christian

August 27 – October 29

Coffee with Friends

Women's Bible Study

Women need godly female fellowship. Whether a woman is a new mom, an entrepreneur, a retiree, or a combo of something in between, this weekly Bible study provides rich and lasting connections that are Christ-centered and faith encouraging. 

August 31 – October 17

The Book of Ruth is an inside look at how God honors His promises and His people. It is a touching history of His weaving ordinary people into His extraordinary story of salvation. A reminder to us all that no matter how insignificant our lives may seem, we are invited to participate in the salvation story of Jesus. 

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Mission & Outreach


Local Food Bank

WestAid is a community food bank that meets the needs of those in our direct community. We provide monthly support financially and non-perishable canned goods and boxed food items. 


Children's Orphanage

La Gran Familia is a Mission of the Diocese of Fort Worth supported by Bishop Reed and All Saints parish.  The orphanage ministers to abandoned and impoverished children in Mexico.


Malawi Mission

The Episcopal Diocese of Fort Worth and the Anglican Diocese of Northern Malawi have partnered in missionary work since 1995. Your support enables Fr. Augustine to minister to the people of Northern Malawi.

Hello. Faith.

All Saints is a Distinctively Christian Church that proclaims, “Jesus is Lord!” As a catholic-vangelical tradition, we hold fast to the faith of the ancient Church in a modern world.
In our baptism, we believe we are adopted into the family of God. Our life in Christ's Body is sustained through regular participation in the Eucharist. In a registered membership, we commit ourselves to the body of Christ at All Saints. Together, in our mission, we profess the faith of Christ crucified, proclaim His resurrection, and advance His kingdom through our time, talent, treasure, and testimony. And as we await His coming in glory, we hope to be transformed together by the power of His Holy Spirit.

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