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!



New & Events

  • This Week at All Saints: July 21-27

    • Monday, July 21st  

      •   7:00pm Men’s Group “The Jesus Lifestyle” Study (in Elisha House)
    • Wednesday, July 23rd  

      •   6:15pm Supper Club and Bible study
      •   7:15pm Compline
    • Friday, July 25th

      • 10:00am Women’s “Kinsman Redeemer” Precept Bible Study
      • 12:15pm Mass, honoring St. James the Apostle
      •   6:00pm Intercessory Prayer Vigil
      •   6:00pm Salt & Light (in Ballard Hall)
    • Saturday, July 26th

      •   9:00am Salt & Light (in Ballard Hall, lunch provided)
      • 10:00am Daughters of the Holy Cross Discernment Class (in Elisha House)
      • 12:30pm Food Pantry Distribution (all are welcome)
    • Sunday, July 27th

      •   9:00am Holy Communion
      • 10:30am Sunday School (all ages)
      • 11:15am Holy Communion & Children’s Church
      • 6:00pm Koinonia


    Coming Up -


    • Salt & Light (Anglicanism 101) second half of our two weekend confirmation class for prospective members and a refresher course or new learning opportunity for anyone who would like to know more about what Anglican Christians believe and why we do what we do. Classes will be held in Ballard Hall. Class is free (includes handouts), optional textbook “An Outline of an Anglican Life” by Louis R. Tarsitano available for $17.00. Signup in Narthex or call the parish office. Class dates are:
    Friday, August 1st 6-9pm
    Saturday, August 2nd 9-2pm (lunch provided)
    • Sat, Aug 9, 9:00am to 2:30PM - Share Your Faith Workshop. One of the main reasons believers don’t share their faith is that they feel ill-prepared. Through a Share Your Faith Workshop, the hand becomes a simple memory tool you use to share a Gospel presentation that has proven effective in every nation of the world. Each finger represents a key point of the Gospel. Share Your Faith Workshops also help you discern where God is working and show you how to join Him in it. You’ll learn how to engage people spiritually and pleasantly. No more arguments, and no more pressure! Participant Fee is $12 and includes class materials and lunch (due date of event). To register, signup in the Narthex or call the parish office.

    Collect for the Week -


    “GRANT, O Lord, we beseech thee, that the course of this world may be so peaceably ordered by thy governance, that thy Church may joyfully serve thee in all godly quietness; through Jesus Christ our Lord. Amen.” [Collect for  the Fifth Sunday after Trinity, 1928 BCP p.195)




    Encouraging Word for the Week -


    “But they who wait for the Lord shall renew their strength; they shall mount up with wings like eagles; they shall run and not be weary; they shall walk and not faint.” - Isaiah 40:31

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For All The Saints...Blog

  • Liturgy Lesson: The Prayer of Humble Access through the Gloria in Excelsis


    We approach the Holy Table—after hearing the Word proclaimed, asking for mercy in the Kyrie, declaring our Faith in the Creed and even confessing/being absolved—with the Prayer of Humble Access, our admission of unworthiness of the privilege God affords us by His Sacrament—where we partake of His lifegiving nature in the Real Presence. Since it prepares us to receive that infusion of life He promised us in it, our prayerbook very appropriately makes this the last thing we do before actually receiving the Lord’s Presence in the consecrated elements. It calls us to examen—asking God the Holy Ghost to show us the places in our lives where we need His help to change, in order to avoid eating or drinking unworthily at the Lord’s Table. This is an important concept, because Scripture teaches if we have unresolved sin (or its attendant attitudes, such as bitterness or unforgiveness) in our hearts, we are more liable to incur God’s judgment from Communion than His blessings—not a pleasant prospect. After this last spiritual “attitude check” then, we rightly approach by reverently and humbly kneeling (making ourselves small before God), taking the bread in palms open and lifted high to His ministry and grace, and not manipulated with closed fingers. Likewise, we take the cup firmly, with both hands, embracing Christ’s nature to replace our own, praying silently the devotion St. John Baptist gave us, “More of Him…Less of me.” No wonder we usually follow with the ancient Gloria in Excelsis (High Gloria)—we've received our magnificent Lord entirely by His Grace and not by our own merits—joining in the ancient angelic praise—“Glory be to God on high”— recharged by the Holy Ghost via the Sacrament!


    Collect for the Sixth Sunday after Trinity


    O GOD, who hast prepared for those who love thee such good things as pass man's understanding; Pour into our hearts such love toward thee, that we, loving thee above all things, may obtain thy promises, which exceed all that we can desire; through Jesus Christ our Lord. Amen.


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

Sunday

9:00am – Holy Communion
10:30am – Sunday School
11:15am – Holy Communion
6:00pm – Koinonia in Ballard Hall

Monday

7:00pm – Men's Bible Study


Wednesday

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

Friday

10:00am – Women's Precept Bible Study