All Saints’ Church is an active, intergenerational, multicultural parish located in the Episcopal Diocese of Long Island. We gather together in person and virtually to worship God, study God’s Word, enjoy fellowship, and provide support and encouragement to those in need.


  • Sunday, July 21 at 10:00AM

    * Attend in person

    *Join via livestream using this link: https://youtube.com/live/kKH1TZpSc-Y?feature=share

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  • Newly Elected Presiding Bishop

    Bishop Sean Rowe                                                 

    Long Island delegates with Bishop Curry.

    The Rt. Rev. Sean Rowe was elected on June 26 to serve as the next presiding bishop of the Episcopal Church. To read more about Bishop Rowe, the election, and other happenings at the General Convention, go to dioceseli.org.


  • Senior's Summer Gathering

    L.A.B.S. (Lunch for a Bunch of Seniors) sponsored An Afternoon of Faith, Fun and Fellowship on June 29. About 20 members attended. One of the activities was to write prayers for family, the church and the world on strips of fabric. These will be used to make a wall hanging.



  • A Walk to Promote Mental Health

    All Saints' members and friends walk together in Baldwin Harbor Park as part of the church's program to sponsor mental wellness. The group enjoyed the exercise, fellowship, music, nature and good weather. Members of the Health Guild shared information and resources about mental health. We look forward to doing this again next year. 


  • Adult Formation


  • Summertime Outreach Ministry

  • Sunday School


  • A Prayer for Peace in the Holy Land

    O God of all justice and peace, we cry out to you in the midst of the pain and trauma of violence and fear which prevails in the Holy Land. Be with those who need you in these days of suffering; we pray for people of all faiths — Jews, Muslims, and Christians — and for all people of the land. While we pray to you, O Lord, for an end to violence and the establishment of peace, we also call for you to bring justice and equity to the peoples. Guide us into your kingdom where all people are treated with dignity and honor as your children for, to all of us, you are our Heavenly Father. In Jesus’ name we pray. Amen.


  • Letter from the Rector: Summer 2024

    Please click here to read the latest letter from the Rector.


  • Praying for Peace in Ukraine

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