. Sunday Worship: 8 & 10:30 am .Sunday Schools 9:15 am .Wednesday Worship 6:30 PM

Life At All Saints'

Brother, Sister, let me be your servant. Let me be as Christ to you. Pray that I might have the grace To let you be my servant, too.
Neighbors Table

Neighbors Tablet is committed to offering a free lunch every Saturday to those in our community who are struggling to provide hot meals for themselves and their families. In partnership with New Prospect Baptist Church and other groups and individuals in our community, we will welcome all who are hungry for food or for fellowship. Motivated by the desire to know and serve our neighbors, and honoring all persons, we will gather around the table to share God’s abundance.

Children & Families

Our children gather for worship, Sunday School and fun times every Sunday and Wednesday. Sunday school programs are geared towards their interest, enjoyment and learning. With activities such as Vacation Bible School during the summer, study sessions during the school year with activities that are enlivening, our kids program is enjoyable to younger, older and even adults.

25th Year Celebrations

We have much to be thankful for in the history of All Saints’. August 11, 2015 marks the beginning of the 25th year in our beautiful buildings and grounds at 501 South Phoenix. It was on August 11, 1991 that we formed a parade of vehicles and rode though Russellville from our old location on 18th and Detroit to our current location on South Phoenix, proudly waving our American and Episcopal flags, and carrying the white wooden cross from the old sanctuary to the new! It was a wonderful time, filled with excitement and anticipation, but most especially with thanksgiving for all the blessings that had been given to our small parish

Calendar Of Events

We are a very active community with events, celebrations and programs throughout the week. Check our calendar to see all that might interest you. Call us to know more or contact any of our leaders to learn about more. No matter where you are in your journey of life, you will find an event or a program or a person who will be glad to walk with you through the hardest and happiest moments of life.

About US

I will hold the Christ-light for you In the night time of your fear. I will hold my hand out to you; Speak the peace you long to hear.
Protestant, yet Catholic worshiping in Anglican Style in one's first language in over 140 Countries in the world

Anglicanism stands squarely in the Reformed tradition, yet considers itself just as directly descended from the Early Church as the Roman Catholic or Eastern Orthodox churches. Episcopalians celebrate the “Mass” in ways similar to the Roman Catholic tradition, yet do not recognize a single authority, such as the Pope of Rome. "

Episcopalians believe that Christians should be able to worship God and read the Bible in their first language, which for most Episcopalians, is English, rather than Latin or Greek, the two earlier, “official” languages of Christianity. Yet the Book of Common Prayer has been translated into many languages, so that those Episcopalians who do not speak English can still worship God in their native tongue.

Unique to Anglicanism, though, is the Book of Common Prayer, the collection of worship services that all worshipers in an Anglican church follow. It’s called “common prayer” because we all pray it together, around the world. The first Book of Common Prayer was compiled in English by Thomas Cranmer in the 16th Century, and since then has undergone many revisions for different times and places. But its original purpose has remained the same: To provide in one place the core of the instructions and rites for Anglican Christians to worship together. The present prayer book in the Episcopal Church was published in 1979. Many other worship resources and prayers exist to enrich our worship, but the Book of Common Prayer is the authority that governs our worship. The prayer book explains Christianity, describes the main beliefs of the Church, outlines the requirements for the sacraments, and in general serves as the main guidelines of the Episcopal life.

  • Scriptural

    The Anglican approach to reading and interpreting the Bible was first articulated by Richard Hooker, also in the 16th Century. While Christians universally acknowledge the Bible (or the Holy Scriptures) as the Word of God and completely sufficient to our reconciliation to God, what the Bible says must always speak to us in our own time and place.

  • Traditional

    The Church, as a worshiping body of faithful people, has for two thousand years amassed experience of God and of loving Jesus, and what they have said to us through the centuries about the Bible is critical to our understanding it in our own context. The traditions of the Church in interpreting Scripture connect all generations of believers together and give us a starting point for our own understanding.

  • Rational

    The Church, as a worshiping body of faithful people, has for two thousand years amassed experience of God and of loving Jesus, and what they have said to us through the centuries about the Bible is critical to our understanding it in our own context. The traditions of the Church in interpreting Scripture connect all generations of believers together and give us a starting point for our own understanding.

  • Open To All

    No one will be judged, discriminated or rejected. When we open our doors, we open it fully and embrace all to all levels of ministry, leadership and participation

Worship Times

SUNDAYS:
08:00 am: Holy Eucharist Rite I
10:00 am: Choir Practice
10:15 am: Kids' Connection
10:30 am: Holy Eucharist Rite II

WEDNESDAYS
06:30 pm: Holy Eucharist

Servant Leadership

We are pilgrims on a journey. We are brothers on the road. We are here to help each other. Walk the mile and bear the load.
Fr. Jos Tharakan
Rector
Rev. Kaye Staggs
Deacon
Br. Louis Welcher, OP
Kristin & Tim Smith
Choir Directors
Kimby Tackett
Admin. Assistant
Diane Tollison
Childcare
KaDee Angel McCormic
Marcia Van Horn
Hugh Silkensen
Senior Warden
Richard Kersh
Junior Warden
Sherrie Cotton
25th Year Celebrations Chair
Muriel Nickolich
Vestry Clerk

Vision & Mission

I will weep when you are weeping. When you laugh, I'll laugh with you. I will share your joy and sorrow Till we've seen this journey through.

Contact - 479-968-3622

501 S. Phoenix Ave, Russellville, AR 72801

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