New to All Saints? We’re Glad You’re Here.
“We challenge ourselves and the world to love like Jesus
as we worship joyfully, serve compassionately, and grow spiritually.”
Adopted by the clergy and delegates to Annual Council 2015, our purpose statement is the culmination of a year-long, diocesan-wide discussion begun at Annual Council 2014 when Bishop Rob Wright asked clergy and delegates to consider what the purpose of the diocese might be. “Our real intent is to sow some seeds and watch for what emerges,” Wright said at the time. “This is all about discerning God’s purpose for us as the Episcopal Church in Middle and North Georgia, and responding to the promises made at baptism.” All are welcome at All Saints, Warner Robins. We are glad you have decided to visit our website and hope that you will spend some time getting to know us.
Our Parish is a wonderful, diverse community of faith. Located in Warner Robins, All Saints Episcopal Church is a suburban church of action. Our ministries reach out to our community, through our Food Bank, to the county elementary schools, and to Robins Air Force Base. While some are cradle Episcopalians, many in our parish grew up in other traditions or in no church at all. People have been finding us and are deciding to make this church their home.
You have taken one step by finding our website. Take another.
Take a step…
Take a step… by coming to a service.
Take a step... by letting us know who you are. Our ushers and greeters are happy to see you and offer you a small gift. We do like to give people space and God room so that those visiting have time to discern if we are the right spiritual home. At the same time, we would like to get to know you. As you explore All Saints, put your hand out. We’ll try to do our part as well. A great question to break the ice is to ask: “How long have you been coming to All Saints?” Use that as an opportunity to ask about why they stayed here. If you would like to let us know who you are or learn more information about All Saints, please let us know by replying here.
Take a step... by coming to our Inquirer’s Class! This class is for those exploring what it means to be an Episcopalian as well as those with more experience. We’ll take some time to cover history and beliefs, then dive into Baptism, Holy Eucharist, and Prayer through a book study: Being Christian, written by former Archbishop of Canterbury, Rowan Williams.
If you’re not sure how to find our church, we hope our Maps Page will help you locate us. Also, you can always call our office for directions at 478-923-1791 or email us at firstname.lastname@example.org (Office Hours: Mon-Thur 9-12:30pm)
Welcome. We are glad you found us. See you in Church!
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