We invite you to come and experience our worship and parish life. We welcome all people, no matter where they may be in their spiritual walk.
As a celebrating church within the Episcopal Diocese of Easton, we share the Holy Eucharist as our primary and usual form of worship. Whether it’s contemporary or traditional, the way we worship can be traced to the ancient church of the First Century as instituted by Our Lord, Jesus Christ. All baptized Christians are welcome at God’s Table in All Hallows Church.
The parish dates from 1692 and the existing structure, built in 1756 with subsequent renovations, accommodates approximately 120 worshipers. The church and the adjacent Parish House which houses a kitchen, space for Sunday School classes, and education and social events, is handicap accessible.
Surrounding the church is a cemetery which includes a Memorial Garden for use as a columbarium and a lych-gate housing a Queen Anne bell. Parking is readily available on the street.
Please come and worship with us. You will be welcomed.
Rev. Chuck Hatfield & The Community of All Hallows Episcopal Church