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BiblicalAt All Saints, we are first and foremost biblical Christians. We believe the canonical scriptures of the Old and New Testaments to be the “Word of God.” Further, we believe that all Scripture points to Christ and contains “all things necessary to salvation.” For this reason, we strive not only to submit ourselves to Scripture but also to allow it to saturate our lives as we “hear, read, mark, learn, and inwardly digest” its wisdom and teachings.
LiturgicalAt All Saints, our worship includes many elements: praise, prayer, preaching, Scripture, and the celebration of Holy Communion; and many actions: sitting, standing, kneeling, singing. Our worship follows an liturgical tradition handed down from the days of the apostles and embodied in the Book of Common Prayer. It is both ancient and new, corporate and personal, and reverent and heartfelt.
CatholicAt All Saints, we believe, "Jesus is Lord!" as proclaimed by the “one, holy, catholic, and apostolic Church.” By "catholic," we mean universal and undivided. By "apostolic," we mean we embrace and confess the teaching and creeds of the ancient church. In our apostolic succession from John and Peter, we retain the threefold order of ordained offices. We joyfully celebrate our unity with "all the saints" throughout the historic Church and with all faithful Christians throughout the world.
Apostolically EvangelicalThe word “evangelical” carries a wide-variety of meanings for people today, but its most basic definition is simply, “gospel-centered message.” The gospel as handed down to us by the Apostles. It is this gospel of God's grace we are seeking to bring to all people. Our goal is to unite all people to God the Father, through the work of His Son, by the gift of the Holy Spirit. And that is precisely what we at All Saints strive to be: a people whose lives are centered on the good news of the saving death and resurrection of Jesus Christ.
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