Ancient. Biblical. Spirit-Filled.

WELCOMING. Practical. Ancient. Biblical. Spirit-Filled. That’s All Saints!

A “Three Streams” parish (meaning family), we blend the ancient and catholic with the Scriptural and Evangelical, as well as the powerful and Charismatic.  We’re completely Anglican--from the old Latin term for “English” but unswervingly reliable, undeniably Christian and unquestionably welcoming.

Our Gospel is clear, challenging and applicable. Our Scripture is relevant, Life-giving and direct. And our Holy Ghost is completely empowering, pervasive and personal. You can find all three in every worship service, from our classical Mass, Compline or Evensong to our free-wheeling, Spirit-led Koinonia praise and worship gathering.

When you visit us, you’ll find a family of sinners saved by God’s Grace and mercy to us. Period. Honest folks finding the Way together. All of us are broken vessels following the Lord together, in community. Not perfect...just forgiven. We’re here for the Lord, and each other!

Here’s our “bottom line:” You can count on All Saints. We won’t compromise. Not our Gospel. Not our Scripture. Not our tradition. Not our mission. The Church is supposed to change the World, not vice versa. That’s what we do. Together. Day by day, hour by hour, minute by minute. Not trying to re-invent the Church, but trying to do what God’s Holy Church has done for centuries: be a light to a darkened world.

So, consider yourself invited. We’re looking forward to meeting you and sharing the good things the Lord has given us all!

News and Events

  • This Week at All Saints: Nov 24-30

    Monday, Nov 24th 7:00pm Men’s Group Study “A Life Worth Living” by Nicky Gumbel (in Elisha House) Wednesday, Nov 26th 6:00pm No Supper Club and Bible study this week 7:15pm Thanksgiving Eve Eucharist Friday, Nov 28th 10:00am No Women’s Precepts Bible Study this week 6:00pm No Intercessory Prayer Vigil this week 7:00pm No Koinonia this week Saturday, Nov 29th 11:00am Food Pantry Parish Distribution 12:30pm Food Pantry Public Distribution Sunday, Nov 30th 9:00am Holy Communion 10:30am Sunday Schoo...  Read More...

  • This Week at All Saints: Nov 17-23

    Monday, Nov 17th 7:00pm NEW Men’s Group Study “A Life Worth Living” by Nicky Gumbel (in Elisha House) Wednesday, Nov 19th 6:00pm Supper Club and Bible study 7:15pm Evensong Friday, Nov 21st 10:00pm Women’s “Daniel - Part 2” Precepts Bible Study 7:00pm Koinonia Saturday, Nov 22nd 11:00am Food Pantry Parish Distribution 12:30pm Food Pantry Public Distribution Sunday, Nov 23rd 9:00am Holy Communion 10:30am Sunday School (all ages) 11:15am Holy Communion & Children’s Church Coming Up Wed, Nov 26...  Read More...

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  • Preparing for our Worship Workout

    At one time I sat on a working committee tasked with assembling a new prayerbook. The bishop went around the room asking everyone which prayerbook we used. When I responded, “The 1928 Book of Common Prayer,” someone asked why we would not adopt a more modern language version. I responded by saying what we do in God’s house in worship is our work before Him, like working out in a gym, and that since the older language forces us to pay more attention, then, if we worship in Spirit and Truth, it will yield a more disciplined and focused result. There are huge analogies there. First, we make a considered decision to go to work out and prepare ourselves by being properly rested and dressed for the task. In the gym, we wear clothes suitable for the exercises. The same is true with what we wear to worship—except instead of sweats and t-shirts, we wear our best to reflect the spiritual exercises we do. Once we arrive at the gym, we don’t immediately rush to the equipment —we set it up for us and get stretched and warmed up. Ditto for God’s gym— we do an examen—asking the Holy Ghost to show us where we need to confess and/or forgive, and then we spend time in prayer, doing our preparation for worship—our warm-ups and stretches. In the gym, we would not do our exercises wildly, but would exercise proper form to derive the desired effect. Same in the People’s Work—aligning our bodies, souls, and spirits towards the end of rendering service to God and welcoming His Presence by the Holy Ghost into our lives, to change us from what we would be without this work into what He intends for us to be. After we finish, we leave, grateful for the workout, feeling energized and better equipped for the day. The same way when we do the liturgy, powered and guided by the Holy Ghost—the Word convicts and edifies us, and Jesus reveals and shares Himself with us in the Sacraments and prayers. And we are healthier because we work hard!

    Collect for the Sunday Next Before Advent

    STIR up, we beseech thee, O Lord, the wills of thy faithful people; that they,plenteously bringing forth the fruit of good works, may by thee be plenteously rewarded; through Jesus Christ our Lord. Amen.


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All Saints Anglican Church
11122 Link Dr
San Antonio, TX 78213

(210) 344-1920 

Service Times


9:00am – Holy Communion
10:30am – Sunday School
11:15am – Holy Communion


7:00pm – Men's Bible Study


6:15pm – Supper Club
6:30pm – Bible Study
7:15pm – Evensong or Compline


10:00am – Women's Precept Bible Study
7:00pm – Koinonia