"Those alive to God in Christ can still act in this world."
Fr.  David
Worship With Us -
Sunday Worship:
10:00 am Holy Eucharist
Mid Week Services:
Wednesday 6:30 pm
Evening Prayer and Bible Study
Thursday 10:30 am
Morning Prayer/ Bible Study

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Welcome


We greet you in the Name of our Lord and Savior, Jesus Christ and welcome you to the official home page of All Saints Anglican Parish in Wilmington, North Carolina.  We are a member of  the Anglican Province of America(APA).  Thank you for taking the time to access our website.

We trust that you will find the information you are looking for and that you will be edified by your visit here.

If you have further questions, please do not hesitate to contact us at any time. Also, if your visit to our website has stimulated your interest - we invite you to join us in the worship of our Lord and Savior at any of our scheduled services. We have a friendly congregation who really enjoy welcoming visitors to our worship and fellowship.

Yours in Christ’s service,

Fr. David Haines
(Rector)


Our Mission

All Saints Anglican Parish, Wilmington, North Carolina,   is a traditional Anglican Church; we believe and live by the Word of God as found in the Holy Scriptures and in the unbroken fellowship begun by Jesus and his apostles.

We worship using the 1928 Book of Common Prayer, and confess our faith in the Apostles’ and Nicene Creeds.                                          

We attempt to present the Gospel through our worship, as we seek to know and further understand the will and love of our Lord, Jesus Christ, through consistent sponsoring of Christian Education and outreach programs, as well as how we endeavor to apply this understanding to our own personal lives.

We unequivocally resist any compromise of the Gospel regardless of current secular trends.   All Saints offers spiritual strength and support and is committed to spreading the Gospel of Christ to its members and all within the extended range of our parish, our community, and southeastern North Carolina.

Bishop Grundorf's annual visit, April 16

Holy Week & Easter

A Sacred Resting Place