All Saints' Church

Princeton, NJ

Worship

Readings this Week


Services this week


  • Holy Eucharist
    Traditional Rite I
    8:00 am
  • Holy Eucharist
    Contemporary Rite II
    10:15 am

Music at 10:15 am


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Rev. Dr. Hugh Brown

Rector

Hugh Brown came to All Saints’ Church as rector in May 2007. He has been active in parish church and social justice ministries, having served parishes in Virginia, Ohio, and the Washington, D.C. area. In Washington, he served as associate rector at St. John’s Church, Lafayette Square and as Development Director for Sojourners. He worked in Sojourners’ initial organization of Call To, a network of churches and other faith-based organizations working to promote anti-poverty efforts as a priority for national public policy.

Worship with us!

You are most welcome to join us in worship and fellowship at All Saints’. Our 8:00 am service on Sundays is intimate with no music. Our main family service at 10:15 am includes our full choir. Nursery care is available during the 10:15 service as is Sunday school for pre-K to 8th grade children. We invite you to join us in fellowship at the coffee hour following the 10:15 service to get to know us. There is also a small 9:30 service Wednesdays during the school year before the rector’s Bible Study. Additional services are held during Holy Week and other special occasions announced in our calendar.

All of the Sacraments of the Episcopal Church are performed at All Saints'. All Saints' frequently performs baptisms, weddings, and funerals.

Music at All Saints'

Music isn’t simply meant to ‘accompany’ worship, or make it more entertaining; rather, music is itself an act of worship – whether in singing, playing an instrument, or even through active, meditative listening. Music is a way of encountering and understanding the nature of God beyond the limiting factor of words, and can lift us up and bring us together in quite a singular way.


Adult Choir

The adult choir of All Saints' Church plays a large and active role in the life of the parish, and offers singers many opportunities to use their gifts to the glory of God. The choir is comprised of 12-15 parishioners, augmented by a professional octet. The repertoire consists of classical sacred music of all periods and styles, from the Renaissance to new music written by living composers, with special emphasis on the music of Anglo-American repertory.

Youth & Children's Choir

Our youth choir is comprised of children from Kindergarten through the 8th grade. Children are immersed in training through the Royal School of Church Music in America (RSCMA). Skills accrued through this training last a lifetime, including music theory, sight reading, vocal production, and choral blending. These exercises are tailored to the individual chorister and as team building training.

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Kevin O'Malia

Director of Music

Kevin J. O’Malia holds a Bachelor and Master degree, with honors, from Westminster Choir College of Rider University. Distinguished performances have been featured cathedral residencies at St. Paul’s Cathedral, London, Lincoln Cathedral, Christ Church, Oxford; recitals at Notre-Dame in Paris, St. Thomas Church, Fifth Avenue, New York, Washington National Cathedral, Grace Cathedral, San Francisco, Princeton University Chapel, and at the Kimmel Center in Philadelphia. An avid follower of American history and the Philadelphia Phillies, Kevin finds himself at home in Lawrenceville, where he lives with his spouse, Tom, and dogs Jack and Brian.