All Saints' Church
All Saints’ Church is an Episcopal Parish located at 16 All Saints' Road, in a serene wooded area of Princeton; adjacent to a 142-acre forested nature preserve. We seek to reflect God's hope, joy and love.
Wherever you are on your spiritual journey, wherever you are going, wherever you have come from, we welcome you. We seek to be a safe place where you can be who you are today. As a community, we strive
to be healers in our broken world. Please join us for worship on Sunday mornings at 8:00 or 10:15.
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Welcome to the #ThisIsMyChurch series from All Saints' Church. In this series, we're not just looking to our clergy but also to our congregants to tell people what they love about our church and what our church community is to them, from LGBT inclusion in our staff and congregation to our diverse worship and outreach programs. Feel free to make your own video and post it to social media using the hashtags #ThisIsMyChurch and #AllSaintsPrinceton, showing everyone the strength of our spirit!
All Saints’ Church has a long history of offering outreach opportunities in many forms and sizes. We are active as individuals, as a local parish, as a member of the greater Episcopal Church and within the global community. Recently All Saints’ was designated a Jubilee Center by the Episcopal Church, which reflects our exceptional commitment to Outreach.
A Parish for Families
All Saints' church shares a commitment to actively support families of all shapes, sizes, colors, and backgrounds. Children, teens and adults all need nourishment of body and soul, remembering not only who they are but “whose” they are. Christian Formation at All Saints’ is designed to provide the kind of
community, structure and guidance that allows the Holy Spirit to grow and flourish within each person.
All Saints’ is blessed with a wonderful community of ministries that ensures the smooth functioning of the Lord’s work in our parish life.
Over 60 Years
Since our founding in 1960, All Saints’ Church has considered music to be of vital importance to our liturgy, and to our identity as Episcopalians. The primary aim of our music program is to offer praise, thanksgiving, penance, and supplication to God through sung worship. In so doing, we also hope to offer spiritual nourishment, healing, and enrichment to our congregation and community.
"I give you a new commandment, that you love one another. Just as I have loved you, you also should love one another. By this everyone will know that you are my disciples, if you have love for one another.”