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: April 20-26

    Monday, April 20th 7:00pm NO Men’s Group Bible study this week Wednesday, April 22nd 6:00pm Supper Club & Bible study 7:15pm Compline Friday, April 24th 10:00am Women’s Precepts Bible Study (in Ballard Hall) 6:00pm Intercessory Prayer Vigil 7:00pm Koinonia Saturday, April 25th 11:00am Food Pantry Parish Distribution 12:30pm Food Pantry Public Distribution Sunday, April 26th 9:00am Holy Communion 10:30am Sunday School 11:15am Holy Communion + Children’s Church   Collect for the Week - “A...  Read More...

  • This Week at All Saints: April 6 - 12

    Monday, April 6th 7:00pm Men’s Group Bible study Wednesday, April 8th 6:00pm NO Supper Club or Bible study this week 7:15pm Evening Prayer (no nursery provided this week only) Friday, April 10th 10:00am NO Women’s Precepts Bible Study this week 7:00pm NO Koinonia this week Saturday, April 11th 10:00am Ordination of Barry Kowald to the Diaconate 11:00am Food Pantry Parish Distribution 12:30pm Food Pantry Public Distribution  Easter Sunday, April 12th 9:00am Holy Communion 10:30am Sunday Scho...  Read More...

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  • Liturgy Lesson: Eastertide Canticles and Symbols

    Eastertide is the most important season of the Christian year and is best characterized by the prayerbook canticle for Easter, “Christ is risen, alleluia!” Celebrating the Resurrection, it is the keystone in the arch of Christianity and reminds us that if Christ had not risen, then we, in St. Paul’s words, would still be slaves to sin and death. But He did rise, indeed—and this is a season for celebration, rightly proclaimed by the symbols of the season which point to His victory. One of these, used on our parish prayer list and displayed below, is the combination of the Cross and the abbreviations IC and XC, short for IHCOYC XPICTOC or “Iesous (Jesus) Christos (Christ).” Iesous is a transliteration of the Hebrew "Joshua," meaning "Jehovah is salvation." Christos is a translation of the Hebrew "Messiah," meaning "Anointed One." The same symbol is combined with the Greek word “NIKA” meaning “victory”—incidentally, the same word used for the popular athletic apparel manufacturer, Nike. This little symbol is a quick summary of God’s plan of salvation and empowerment for us, as it shows us who paid our debt to God, and where—and what it gives us in this life and the next—complete victory over everything, even death itself. That is a reason to celebrate!

    Collect for the Second Sunday after Easter

    ALMIGHTY God, who hast given thine only Son to be unto us both a sacrifice for sin, and also an ensample of godly life; Give us grace that we may always most thankfully receive that his inestimable benefit, and also daily endeavour ourselves to follow the blessed steps of his most holy life; through the same thy Son 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