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An Anglican church in the heart of Dallas

Welcome!

If you’re new to Christianity, or even the Anglican expression of Christianity, we recognize that throughout this site there may be words, phrases, or ideas that feel unfamiliar. If so, your curiosities are welcome here! Please don't hesitate to reach out with any questions or interests you may have about our community. We'd also love to meet you in person! Join us for worship on Sunday. Come and see.

"And they devoted themselves to the apostles' teaching and the fellowship, to the breaking of bread and the prayers."

St. Luke, Acts 2:42

"And they devoted themselves to the apostles' teaching and the fellowship, to the breaking of bread and the prayers."

St. Luke, Acts 2:42

Clergy & Ministry Directors

Rector and Bishop

Rector and Bishop

+Philip Jones

+Philip Jones

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Vicar

Vicar

Dustin+ Messer

Dustin+ Messer

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Associate Pastor for Pastoral Ministry

Associate Pastor for Pastoral Ministry

Jay+ Wright

Jay+ Wright

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Associate Pastor for Prayer Ministry

Associate Pastor for Prayer Ministry

Mike+ Murphy

Mike+ Murphy

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Community Life and Outreach Director

Community Life and Outreach Director

Erin Roy

Erin Roy

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Family Ministries Director

Family Ministries Director

Robin Turner

Robin Turner

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Music Director

Music Director

David Belt

David Belt

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Operations & Support Staff

Mike Blanchat

Executive Administrator

Caroline Norris

Assistant to the Bishop, Communications, Event and Facilities Director

Jen Hendrick

Communications Coordinator

Adrian Smith

Facilities Coordinator

Brandon Fountain

Facilities Assistant

Christia Caudle

Family Ministries Program Coordinator

Isaiah Fuqua

Youth Intern

David Hickman

Financial Director

Angelia Thames

Senior Accountant & Database Coordinator

Wes Combs

Tech Ministries Lead

Michael McGee

Pastoral Resident

Kissy Blanchat

Altar and Sunday Service Team Coordinator

Board of Stewards
+Philip Jones
Rector
Jared Fuson
Tim Hudson
David McCloskey
Anne McDonald
Mike Allen
Larry Luby
Steven Saunders
Truitt Matthews
Adrienne Jackson

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Sundays at 9 & 11am

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Sundays at 9 & 11am

Three Streams

Scripture, Sacrament, Spirit

“A gospel-centered, liturgical, Spirit-filled community of believers...”

Founded upon the “three streams” of historic Christian worship, All Saints Dallas is a gospel-centered, liturgical, Spirit-filled community of believers.

The former Bishop of South India, Lesslie Newbigin, grieved that the church was broken up into what he saw as three tributaries—those Christians who focus on bible teaching (Evangelicals), those who prioritize liturgical and sacramental formation (Catholics), and those who emphasize the ministry of the Holy Spirit (Charismatics). Along with Newbigin, we believe these “streams” come from the same fount, and the church is at its healthiest when all three of these emphases are present. To that end, we seek to be a community shaped by:

Scripture

We believe the bible is the authoritative guide for God’s people, telling the true story of the whole world.

Sacrament

We believe God has chosen to work through physical objects—water, wine, bread, oil—to commune with and strengthen His people.

Spirit

We believe the Holy Spirit is presently at work in the world, supernaturally filling, empowering, and gifting all those who confess Jesus as Lord.

Our Beliefs

Summary

As an Anglican church, our theology is rooted in Scripture and encapsulated in The Book of Common Prayer and the 39 Articles of Religion. A helpful summary of our beliefs can be found in the Jerusalem Declaration.

The Book of Common Prayer

  • Both in the Old and New Testaments we see God's people sanctifying time by setting aside certain hours throughout the day to pray. In this tradition, the Book of Common Prayer invites Christians to commonly order their day, week, and year around prayer. In the Prayer Book you will find ancient liturgies intended to be used by individuals, families, and churches. 

The 39 Articles of Religion

  • During the Protestant Reformation, The Church of England laid out the basic tenets of her faith in what came to be known as The 39 Articles of Religion. To this day, The 39 Articles remain a paragon of doctrine for Reformed Catholics in the Anglican tradition. 

Membership Class

A Saturday morning class answering questions like:

  • What are the "Three Streams?"

  • Why do we follow a set liturgy each week?

  • How does the Holy Spirit work today?

  • How can I get more involved at All Saints?

Liturgical Calendar

The liturgical calendar is a yearly cycle that both tells of and invites one into the life of Jesus and the Church. It is a re-orienting of time around God’s mission in the world through his Son and his people.


It begins in Advent, crescendos in Holy Week and Easter, and ends in Ordinary Time. Through the liturgical calendar, our churches and families become a re-storied people as we embody the one true, good and beautiful story of God redeeming all of creation.

Advent

Waiting for Jesus to make all things new.

Christmas

Welcoming the arrival and birth of Jesus.

Epiphany

Revealing Jesus as the light of the world in his life and ministry.

Lent

Following Jesus in the wilderness for 40 days.

Holy Week

Journeying with Jesus from Palm Sunday to the tomb.

Easter

Celebrating the resurrection of Jesus from the dead.

Pentecost

Experiencing the person and power of the Holy Spirit poured out for all people.

Ordinary Time

Walking with Jesus in the ongoing, regular and daily life of the Church.

Anglicanism

The Anglican Communion

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The Anglican Communion

All individual Framer subscriptions have been grandfathered into a Pro plan at your existing rate. If you were on a Small Team plan, then all 5 seats have been converted over to Pro seats at your existing rate. Regardless of your subscription plan, all new paid editors that you add to your subscription will be billed at the new plan rates.

The Anglican Mission in America

All individual Framer subscriptions have been grandfathered into a Pro plan at your existing rate. If you were on a Small Team plan, then all 5 seats have been converted over to Pro seats at your existing rate. Regardless of your subscription plan, all new paid editors that you add to your subscription will be billed at the new plan rates.

The Anglican Mission in America

All individual Framer subscriptions have been grandfathered into a Pro plan at your existing rate. If you were on a Small Team plan, then all 5 seats have been converted over to Pro seats at your existing rate. Regardless of your subscription plan, all new paid editors that you add to your subscription will be billed at the new plan rates.

All Saints Dallas

All individual Framer subscriptions have been grandfathered into a Pro plan at your existing rate. If you were on a Small Team plan, then all 5 seats have been converted over to Pro seats at your existing rate. Regardless of your subscription plan, all new paid editors that you add to your subscription will be billed at the new plan rates.

All Saints Dallas

All individual Framer subscriptions have been grandfathered into a Pro plan at your existing rate. If you were on a Small Team plan, then all 5 seats have been converted over to Pro seats at your existing rate. Regardless of your subscription plan, all new paid editors that you add to your subscription will be billed at the new plan rates.

Membership Class

Sign up for the next class to learn the basics about Anglicanism, All Saints Dallas and how to get more involved.

Membership Class

Sign up for the next class to learn the basics about Anglicanism, All Saints Dallas and how to get more involved.

Questions?

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Contact

Let us know how we can help.

Questions?

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Sundays at 9 & 11 AM

901 S Ervay, Dallas, TX 75201

allsaints@ascdallas.org
972-755-3505

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