At All Saints we consider it a privilege to worship and minister in the great city of Austin, TX, a place filled with people we dearly love. We'd be honored to have you join us on Sundays for worship or at any of our other ministries during the week. If you have any questions that aren’t answered here please contact the church office or any of our staff.
All Saints Presbyterian Church
7808 Rialto Blvd.
Austin, TX 78735
Facing our campus from the parking lot the sanctuary will be the set of double-doors to your right. There is a Welcome Table in the narthex where you can find information about what is currently happening at All Saints. If you arrive early, help yourself to some coffee, or grab a donut or bagel between services in the Hospitality Room. Worship begins at 9:15 & 11:00 in the sanctuary. We have receptions for Newcomers after each service about once a month. Find dates here.
You will find a wide variety of dress on Sunday mornings at All Saints – from jeans and t-shirts to suits and dresses.
Nursery for children ages birth – 3 years old is available during both the 9:15 and 11:00 worship services. Find out more about Sundays in the children's ministry here. PreK-3rd Graders are welcome to attend our “Small Saints” class while parents are in worship. Children in Small Saints participate in the first part of worship, are dismissed during the sermon, and return before the Eucharist.
The Eucharist, otherwise called Communion or the Lord’s Supper, is celebrated weekly at All Saints. Communion is served in two sections at the front of the sanctuary and two sections in the middle of the sanctuary. Starting with the front row of each section the people walk up the center to the communion rails and receive the bread from a Pastor or Elder and the wine from a Deacon. Ushers will direct you when and where to go. You may partake of the bread and wine as you receive them and then return to your seat. All baptized Christians who believe in the Gospel of Jesus Christ are welcome to participate in the Eucharist meal. Children who have been baptized and interviewed by the elders or ruling body of their church are also welcome to the table. Younger children may come forward with their parents and receive a blessing while you receive communion.