GASP is an all-men’s group that meet every second Wednesday of each month. It is a social, devotional, service, and project-oriented evangelical group. Devotions are conducted at each meeting led by a member on a voluntary/rotational basis. They provide help on most chores to our membership who are in need of assistance, and also discuss our church needs. Please see Father David or Jack Barker if you are interested in GASP membership – no dues, no pressure, just a loosely-knit group of men enjoying each other’s company and doing what they can, individually, and collectively to heed the words of our Lord Jesus Christ.
GASP is an all-men’s group that meet every second Wednesday of each month.
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.
All Saints is a community of men, women, and children dedicated to the Service of our Lord and in supporting one another in our Christian life. We have an active Altar Guild, and Ladies Guild, and enjoy two choirs - choral and bell ringers.We learn together through a Christian education program that includes Sunday school for both adults and children, and a mid-week Bible Study. We share fellowship, and pride ourselves on our community out-reach programs. We reach out to new comers and extend a cordial invitation to attend one of our Sunday morning services.
A resting place for members and their families.
Because of the errant ways of The Episcopal Church, its unbiblical actions and teachings, its radicalization of the Book of Common Prayer, and its ignoring the pleas from the congregations, many lay people and clergy felt that to preserve the beauty, truth, and liturgy of the "One, Holy, Catholic, and Apostolic Church" they must leave the Episcopal Church. Those who began All Saints Parish in 1973 here in Wilmington were no exception.
All Saints is a traditional Anglican church and a parish of the Anglican Province of America. We believe and live by the Word of God as found in the Holy Scriptures; we worship by the 1928 Book of Common Prayer; we acknowledge the Real Presence in Holy Communion; and we confess our faith in the Apostles' and Nicene Creeds.
We are currently engaged in outreach projects with our global partners.
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,
The Very Reverend David W. Haines