WORSHIP WITH US ONLINE
All Saints' Episcopal Church, Offices, and all buildings on campus are temporarily closed. In light of CDC recommendations and the Bishop's Guidelines, we are organizing opportunities for online worship. You matter a great deal, and our connection to you and to each other matters a great deal. God is with us.
The preferred way for us to communicate in groups online is Zoom. If you would like step-by-step help with Zoom, click or tap here.
If you have concerns about "Zoom Bombing" or other concerns about the safety of our meetings, please click or tap here.
SUNDAY SERVICES: Join us on Zoom at 10:30 a.m. Everyone is invited and encouraged to participate.
The service bulletin for the upcoming Sunday service can be downloaded by clicking or tapping here (updated Fridays).
To participate by phone only, call 346-248-7799, and enter 866-734-240 when prompted for a meeting ID. Note that this ONLY works Sundays at 10:30 a.m., so if you try it at any other time, your connection will not work.
Our worship services are recorded, posted to YouTube, and can be viewed in the window below. The recordings are typically available a few hours after the end of the service. To play the recording, press the arrow in the middle of screen below. To see a list of recorded services, choose the playlist icon in the upper right corner of the window below (the icon looks like three lines with an arrow).
RECORDED WORSHIP SERVICES
USING ZOOM: The preferred way for us to communicate in groups online is Zoom. Zoom is a company that provides facilities and software for online meetings. To use Zoom you set up a Zoom account and download the Zoom software for your computer, iPhone, iPad, Android Phone, or tablet.
Please watch this short tutorial video for help installing Zoom and creating a Zoom account:
Please watch this tutorial video for help using Zoom during worship or a meeting. The tutorial includes information about connecting to a meeting, in-meeting chat, muting your microphone, and exiting a meeting:
You can download the Zoom software for free from the Zoom website by clicking or tapping this link, or you can download the Zoom app for your phone or tablet from the iOS (iPhone, iPad) or Google Play (Android) app store. If you need help figuring out how to install and use Zoom, you can access guides and documentation on Zoom's website by clicking or tapping this link.
Once you’ve installed Zoom, you’ll have the option of creating a user account. We recommend that you create an account because it makes it easier for others to identify you when you’re using Zoom.
If you prefer not to install Zoom or can’t figure out how, you can join our Zoom meetings by simply dialing a phone number on your phone, though you’ll have sound only, and no video. When you connect by phone, you will be prompted to enter a meeting ID number. The phone number and the meeting ID for our Sunday Services are listed in the Sunday Services section at the top of this page.
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Important Referral Resources about Social Services and COVID-19
- Connect Austin (United Way referrals)
- Health Resources from the Episcopal Diocese of Texas
We will post an update here when we plan to return to our service schedule.
8:00 a.m. (Church) We use the Book of Common Prayer and the hymns are led by the organ.
Following this service we offer fellowship and refreshments in Gregg House (the brick building across from the Church). At 9:20 we offer Christian Formation for children and youth, and at 9:30 we offer several programs for Adults.
4:00 p.m. (Church)
On the last Sunday of the month for most of the year, Choral Evensong is presented by our Organist/Choirmaster, Gregory Eaton and the choir. (In the Church). No Eucharist at Evensong.
1st & 3rd
5:00 p.m. (Kinsolving Parish Hall)
On the first and third Sundays of the month, we have a unique service led by the Rev. Jimi Calhoun, the Rev. Julaine Calhoun, and Madre Cynthia. Contact Madre Cynthia at 512.476.3589 ext. 110 for details.
6:30 p.m. (Church and sometimes The Chapel of the Holy Spirit)
A Rite II Liturgy with Holy Eucharist led by the Episcopal Student Center. Sundays during the fall and spring semesters. The service is followed by a complimentary meal for students in the Student Center.
Weekday Morning Prayer Services
7:30 a.m. Tuesdays (Church)
This service is a traditional Morning Prayer service led by clergy and open to all. Many of our Loaves & Fishes clients attend along with parishioners.
7:05 a.m. Wednesdays (Church)
This service is a traditional Morning Prayer service led by lay leaders and open to all.
The music tradition at All Saints' Parish is a rich one.
Parish Choir and Quin Choir at the 10:30 a.m. service.
(During the Summer the 10:30 a.m. service has a pick-up Choir)
Organ, but no choirs at the 8:00 a.m. service.
(During the Summer the 8:00 a.m. service has no music)
Music plays a large role in many special services during the year, such as Advent Lessons and Car…Read More »
BULLETIN FOR THIS SUNDAY
Download the Service Bulletin PDF
The Fifth Sunday after Pentecost, July 5, 2020
10:30am Daily Morning Prayer Service Bulletin
The Fourth Sunday after Pentecost, June 28, 2020
10:30am Daily Morning Prayer Bulletin
The Third Sunday after Pentecost, June 21, 2020
10:30am Daily Morning Prayer Bulletin
The Second Sunday after Pentecost, …Read More »
Acolyting presents a visible and tangible way that the youth serve the parish as well as a way that they participate in stewardship by offering their time and talent. The acolyte program at All Saint’s is philosophically part of our youth ministry. Acolytes rotate among four acolyte roles at the 10:30 a.m. Sunday service. Acolytes have an opportunity to serve as Cruc…Read More »