Who We Are

We are a parish of the Episcopal Diocese of California. We are a diverse and inclusive Christian community, offering opportunities for worship, spiritual growth, ministry and service for people of all ages, races, cultures, and orientations.

We are Anglo-Catholic, participating in a tradition begun over 150 years ago to deepen the church’s spiritual life with an emphasis on sacramental worship and neighborhood service.

Worship & The Sacraments

During COVID-19 we gather on Zoom at 10:00 Sunday mornings to celebrate the service of Ante-Communion. Email the Interim Rector for the Zoom log-in.

In the Episcopal Church our principal form of worship is the Holy Eucharist, or Mass, by which we give thanks for all of God’s blessings, in remembrance of Christ’s life, death, and resurrection. 

In addition to the Eucharist, we celebrate the full range of Christian sacraments, including Baptism, Confirmation, Marriage (including Same-Sex Marriage), Reconciliation, Anointing for Healing, Last Rites, and Burial.

Stewardship

Stewardship is how we generously share our gifts of time, talent, and treasure in response to God’s love.

The Memorial Fund is an endowment that receives designated memorials and other gifts to provide for the future of the church.

See our Donations page for how to support All Saints’.

Organ—

Built in 1989 by M. L. Bigelow & Co., Inc., All Saints’ organ is one of the best mechanical-action organs in the Bay Area.  The organ is dedicated to the memory of the Rev. Leon P. Harris, Rector of All Saints’ from 1949 to 1971.

Shrine to Michael and All Angels—

Designed and built by Louise Patton in the Parish Garden, the Shrine is dedicated to St. Michael and All Angels, in memory of the many members and friends of All Saints’ who have died of AIDS.

Columbarium

All Saints’ has a Columbarium inside the church, in the Chapel of the Good Shepherd. Niches are available. Email the church office for information.

Parish Life

Email Newsletter

To subscribe to our weekly email newsletter, email the church office.

Parish Garden

Volunteers are always needed to help design and maintain this lovely space.

Buildings and Grounds Committee

Long range property use and care, funded in the Parish budget and by the “Saints at Work” program.

Parish Vocations Committee

Provides assistance for parishioners who are preparing for Holy Orders.

Parish Retreat

The annual retreat is held on a fall weekend at the Bishop’s Ranch, Healdsburg, California.

Community Service

Haight-Ashbury Community Services Committee (HACSC)

Saturday Neighborhood Food Program.  Contact the church office to volunteer. On hiatus due to COVID-19.

Eldercare

We visit residents at the Grove Street Extended Living and Care home, on the fourth Sunday of every month. On hiatus during COVID-19.

Neighborhood House

Many 12-step groups and other organizations use our facilities.

Pastoral Care

We provide pastoral care to members and friends of the church and to patients in the five hospitals in our neighborhood.

Parish Representatives

Members of the Parish officially serve in many neighborhood and diocesan organizations: Episcopal Impact Fund, the School for Deacons; the Church Divinity School of the Pacific; Commission on Ministry

Christian Formation

We meet on Zoom on Wednesday evenings for Bible Study. Email the Interim Rector for Zoom log-in.

Our Children’s Program is on hiatus. Children are invited to attend services with their parents. Special events are the Christmas Pageant on the Sunday afternoon before Christmas; the Easter Egg Hunt in the parish garden on Easter; and the Blessing of Animals on the Sunday closest to St. Francis of Assisi Day in October.

Inquirers Class

Annual program for all interested in refreshing their basic knowledge of the Christian faith, and the Episcopal Church, especially those seeking to be baptized or to reaffirm their faith.