We generally hope that people will worship with us for a few months before making the decision to pursue membership. Then to become a member, sign-up for the upcoming spring or fall "All About All Saints" class. You'll be asked to fill out a bit of paperwork and to schedule an interview with a pastor or elder. The final step is to publically take membership vows during worship.
Twice a year. Usually once in the spring and once in the fall.
You’ll be formally welcomed into membership upon publicly taking the membership vows during worship on New Member Sunday.
By no means, but we hope you do! “All About All Saints” is simply a chance for you to get to know us better and vice versa.
There are extenuating circumstances under which we receive new members throughout the year. If you would like to explore this possibility, please email Rebekah Rice at email@example.com.
Yes. Even if you have been a member of another church in our denomination, the All About All Saints class is a required part of the membership process. We ask that you participate in this class to fully grasp what makes All Saints unique in her culture. Plus, we want to get to know you!
Members of PCA churches can join All Saints as Associate Members and still retain full memberships in their home churches. Our denomination does not offer Associate Membership for members of non-PCA churches. If you think this is a good fit for you, email Rebekah Rice at firstname.lastname@example.org.
You’ll be asked to answer these 5 membership vows as set forth in the Presbyterian Church in America's Book of Church Order: