All Saints' Episcopal Church

All Saints' at Night

Welcome

Welcome to All Saints'! Thank you for finding our website; we invite you to come visit us in person. When you do come to All Saints', you will find a welcoming community of Christian individuals who are delighted to see you. You will also find that we support each other in our journeys of faith, seeking to strengthen our relationships with the one loving God in order that we may fully become the persons God has made us to be.

The All Saints' congregation was established nearly 150 years ago; you may wish to read our history page. We remain a relatively small, friendly church where everyone is made to feel right at home.

As an Episcopal church, we are a part of the world-wide Anglican Communion of Christian Churches. We have a somewhat structured style of worship that emphasizes communal prayer, praise, and thanksgiving for the gifts God has bestowed upon us, in which we feel you will find great comfort. Of course, we are also a church where all people are welcome; we look forward to welcoming you here soon. In the meantime, may God's blessing and peace be with you.

— The Rev. Ben James, Vicar

Service Time

Holy Eucharist is celebrated each Sunday, beginning at 11:00 a.m. during most of the year. In the warmer months, typically between the first Sunday after Memorial Day and the first Sunday following Labor Day, Holy Eucharist begins at 10:00 a.m.

We also have a worship service with imposition of ashes on Ash Wednesday and Evening Prayer with Holy Communion on Christmas Eve; these services each begin at 5:00 p.m.

Special Events

All Saints' is both the beginning and ending point for the ecumenical Stations of the Cross procession throughout the Town of Union, starting at 12:00 noon on Good Friday each year.

If you have a pet who you feel would benefit from a blessing, our annual Blessing of the Pets event occurs at the church around the Feast Day of St. Francis of Assisi, October 4. See our Facebook page for the specific time and for other events.

Location

You will find us on the corner of Pump Street and Greenhill Cemetery Road in Union, West Virginia, one block north and one block east of the intersection of US 219 and WV 3. Our mailing address is PO Box 401, Union, WV 24983.

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