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Membership at All Saints

Membership at All Saints begins with regular prayer, joining in worship (in person or online), and involvement in the community. As your call to be part of this community deepens, there are several ways to commit to a deeper relationship in the Episcopal Church and with the parish.

Baptism

Baptism is the sacrament of new birth and is the first step in your Christian walk. It is full initiation into the Body of Christ. Baptisms are traditionally held at Easter Vigil, Pentecost, All Saints Day (or the Sunday following All Saints Day), and the Feast of the Baptism of Jesus; however, arrangements can be made for other times.

Baptisms are done in the context of public worship. The parish is there to affirm and support you!

Those seeking to be baptized or parents of infants/children are encouraged to go through a period of instruction on the baptismal covenant and the vows they will make.

Want to know more? Contact Mother Anjel.

Letter of Transfer

Are you already a member of an Episcopal parish elsewhere? We can transfer your letter of membership to All Saints.

Contact our Parish Administrator, Paula Boley, and ask her to process a Request for Letter of Transfer.

Download the Parish Records Update Form and complete as much detail as you are able. You can print out the form and mail it OR click the email button in the form to send it to Paula.

Record Your Baptism

Are you already baptized but not quite ready to go through confirmation or reception? Coming from another Christian tradition that doesn't have a formal transfer process? No problem - we can record your baptism in our parish records.

Download the Parish Records Update Form and complete as much detail as you are able. You can print out the form and mail it OR click the email button in the form to send it to Paula. We'll record your baptism in our parish register.

Confirmation
Reception

Are you already baptized and want to learn more? Are you already confirmed and seeking to join the Episcopal Church? Then confirmation or reception is for you.

Confirmation affirms your commitment to follow Jesus and the vows made at your baptism. This is often the case for teens or adults who were baptized as infants. If you are interested in joining the Episcopal Church and were already confirmed in your prior church, then being received is appropriate.

Confirmation and reception begin with a period of instruction on the Episcopal Church's theology and practice as grounded in the Book of Common Prayer.

Interested in learning more? Contact Mother Anjel+.