9601 Frankford AvenuePhiladelphia, PA 19114215.637.8787office@allsaintstorresdale.org

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The schedule of All Saints’ Worship Services is as follows:

  • Saturday evening 5:00 p.m. Spoken Holy Eucharist in the Sanctuary
  • Sunday morning 8:00 a.m. Spoken Holy Eucharist in the Sanctuary
  • Sunday morning 10:00 a.m.  Holy Eucharist with music in the Sanctuary
  • First Thursday of every month at 11:00 a.m. Spoken Holy Eucharist in the Sanctuary

You may also join us online on Saturday evening or Sunday mornings via FaceBook, Youtube or our website.

The sanctuary entrance is located on Frankford Ave at Fitler St.

Our parking lot is located behind the church and can be accessed from Eden Street.

Have you missed a service?

Don’t worry.  All our services are archived on our YouTube channel and can be accessed 24 hours a day.  Follow this link and while there don’t forget to subscribe to the channel.

All Service bulletins are available to download from our google drive.

 

 

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filmed at All Saints’ by NBC10 Philadelphia

Our Current Livestream, if live, or our most recent service if not livestreaming

Over the past few years, our world has dramatically changed.  What we thought we knew about ourselves and the world around us has been transformed.  We now understand now, more than ever, how our health and well-being is inter-related to one another.  Yet, our communities are more divided now than in previous memory.  Society has lost the ability to disagree with one another in a civil manner.  We live in a society where either one agrees with ideas, or one becomes the enemy.

It doesn’t have to be this way.  Over 2000 years ago, a man came into the world to teach humanity that there is a different way to live and to love, one in which the color of your skin, your socio-economic status or who you love doesn’t matter. What matters is how we love “the other.”  Jesus taught that all of humanity is created in God’s image and that God can be found within each one of us.  The role of the church today is to ensure that we continue to be role models of Jesus message.  Christianity is not a set of rules put in place to alienate us from each other, but rather a belief system designed to encourage humanity to love one another.  At the core of any worshipping community is the understanding that we are modern day messengers of Jesus Christs’ message of hope, healing and love.  All Saints’ is here for all people, not only those that are comfortable with their faith but also those searching for community and peace, those yearning for connection, and those looking to increase their relationship with a living and loving God.

For 250 years, All Saints has endeavored to be a faithful witness to the unfailing love of God in the Torresdale section of Philadelphia.  All Saints’ is a place where inclusion is expected, where people of all backgrounds are welcomed, and where we continually live into the challenge of expanding our capacity for diverse and dynamic celebrations of God’s inclusive love. If you are seeking to worship and serve Christ wholeheartedly; if you want to belong to a community of faith and be challenged to grow in your journey of faith; if you are seeking sanctuary and refreshment in God–then discover All Saints.

All Saints is a place that is ancient and new, a faith that we hold going back to Jesus, back to his spiritual ancestors, back to those who walked the earth and found holy ground. And what we do is often based on ancient patterns—worship and music; loving service to the poor, the hurting, the lonely; working for justice and peace; lively, fearless education and formation of minds and souls. And that faith is also completely contemporary, engaged in the culture and the needs of the moment…

Whether you are looking for an in-person worship experience or an online experience, All Saints can accommodate you.  If you are not ready to jump into worship within community in person or if you want to experience our worship anonymously, All Saints is here for you!

Looking for more information?  Have questions about us or our worship? Reach out to us.

In Christ,

Fr. Jay