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 21-27

    Saturday, 21 November 2:00pm Women Meet with Bishop Dobbs wife, Brenda (in Ballard Hall) 6:00pm Special Koinonia welcoming Bp. Julian Dobbs & new members Sunday, 22 November 9:00am Holy Communion 10:30am Sunday School (all ages) 11:15am Holy Communion, Confirmation/Receiving of New Members, and Children’s Church Monday, 23 November 7:00pm Men’s “The Christian Atheist” Bible study Wednesday, 25 November 6:00pm NO Supper Club or Bible study this week 7:15pm Thanksgiving Eve Mass Friday, 27 Nov...  Read More...

  • This Week at All Saints: Nov 14-20

    Saturday, 14 November 10:00am Daughters of the Holy Cross Quiet Day  (offsite, contact Josie for details) 10:30am Vestry Meeting (in Ballard Hall) Sunday, 15 November 9:00am Holy Communion 10:30am Sunday School (all ages) 11:15am Holy Communion + Children’s Church Monday, 16 November 7:00pm Men’s “The Christian Atheist” Bible study Wednesday, 18 November 6:00pm Supper Club & Bible study 7:15pm Evensong Friday, 20 November 9:00am Mattins 10:00am Women’s “Revelation–Part 2” Precepts Bible...  Read More...

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  • Liturgy Lesson: Thanksgiving

    Thanksgiving Day, established by the Continental Congress in the 18th century, is a day we traditionally gather to feast and remember the Lord’s mercy and blessing to us all. In the Church, we offer our thanksgiving more often. Called Holy Communion, Mass, the Lord’s Supper or Holy Eucharist (Greek: “Thanksgiving”), Anglican Christians have observed this holiday with special prayers and lessons for the Eucharist celebrated that day. Rightly, Christian thanksgiving should focus on this service—which we hold at All Saints on Thanksgiving Eve. This is a very proper observance, since the sacrament of Holy Communion was ordained, as the Catechism says, “for a continual remembrance of His death and the benefits which we receive thereby.” But it’s more than a memorial meal. St. Paul wrote, by God the Holy Ghost, in 1 Cor 10:16, that it’s actually koinonia—partnership, as at the altar of sacrifice, in the Lord’s Blood and Body. This is one of the deepest mysteries of the Gospel—imparting Jesus’ life itself to our spirits. It is also a means we confess Christ to the World, while honoring Him by “showing forth His death until He come.” And we should partake in it as often as we have opportunity, in obedience to His command, and to edify ourselves and resist sin. With good reason, the ancient Church celebrated daily—they were thankful they had survived another day—and needed as much of Christ’s nature as they could get to face the new day.Consequently, they always linked thanksgiving with Communion. Real thanksgiving, then, is given to God our Father, thanking Him for His provision and asking for more of Him...less of us.

    Collect for Thanksgiving Day

    O MOST merciful Father, who hast blessed the labours of the husbandman in the returns of the fruits of the earth; We give thee humble and hearty thanks for this thy bounty; beseeching thee to continue thy loving-kindness to us, that our land may still yield her increase, to thy glory and our comfort; through Jesus Christ our Lord. Amen. (Collect for Thanksgiving Day, 1928 BCP, p. 265)


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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