Getting involved in the life of the church.
Though there are many ways to get connected with others at All Saints, our primary avenues for community outside of Sunday worship are Parishes and Pastorates.
Large Scale Community: Meet and serve alongside people from All Saints in your region of Dallas.
Small Scale Community: A place to connect with God and one another in a smaller community group.
As a regional church, All Saints serves folks from as far south as Waxahachie and as far north as Allen and everywhere in-between. To help decrease the barrier of geography in community life, we’ve oriented our engagement between Sundays around four geographic “parishes”: North, South, East, and Central.
These parishes are each supported by a parish leadership team of 10-15 people living in that area who organize quarterly social gatherings and service opportunities so you can meet your neighbors who already go to All Saints and build community between Sundays.
Sign up to receive the church newsletter with details about the upcoming events in your parish. If you want to hear about more organic opportunities for fellowship, contact Erin Waller Roy, our Director of Community Life and Outreach, about being added to your parish’s Slack, a communication tool for organizing at the parish level.
Pastorates are our main source of relational connection outside of our weekly Sunday morning worship. It’s a space for us to connect with God and one another through fellowship, discussion and prayer.
Explore the different ways to gather with others and find a home at All Saints Dallas. For more information, or to sign up, view our upcoming events.