Church Planting

A key part of All Saints’ vision for mission to the city of Austin is the planting of new churches. In 2015, this vision became a reality when All Saints planted Grace+Peace in north-central Austin. Our hope is to continue to send people out to establish new churches throughout the greater Austin area. All Saints is  part of the Reach South Texas church planting network, whose goal is to plant new churches throughout central and south Texas. Read more about Reach South Texas and some of our past and current church-planting efforts below:

Resurrection Presbyterian, NW Austin

All Saints welcomed Adam Radcliff and his wife, Natalie, to its staff in July 2022 as Church Planting Apprentice. Originally from West Virginia, Adam is a graduate of Moody Bible Institute and Trinity Evangelical Divinity School. He has served churches in Chicago and Greenville, SC, most recently as an assistant pastor at Downtown Presbyterian Church. In 2009, while in seminary, Adam married Natalie, a native of Illinois. Together they have four children: Vivian ('15), Charles Jr. ('17), Jude ('19), and Calvin ('21). As a couple with four kids, they are committed to drinking copious amounts of coffee.

Adam is currently serving as an Assistant Pastor at All Saints while preparing to plant Resurrection Presbyterian Church in NW Austin in August 2024. 

Grace + Peace Presbyterian Church:

All Saints has always been a west and southwest Austin church. For many years, our leadership prayed about sending out a new church into north-central Austin, building upon the work the Lord had already begun in and through All Saints in the southwest part of the city. Born out of an All Saints evening church service that met at Park Hills Baptist Church, Grace + Peace Austin held their first service as an independent "daughter church" of All Saints on August 23, 2015.  As stated in their story, G+P's vision is to be a “Gospel-Formed Family for the City”, emphasizing both the calling of God’s people into intimate community and mission to bring His light to the city.

Reach South Texas

"In the Great Commission, Jesus essentially gave his disciples a church-planting imperative. By calling the disciples to go, baptize and teach, Jesus also provided a context their disciple-making mission. This mission aimed at more than a person making a decision for Jesus Christ, but envisioned lives being enfolded into churches— living and worshiping communities of faith.

Church planting is still at the heart of Jesus' mission for the church in the 21st century and the primary purpose of Reach South Texas. It is our aim to plant churches that are soaked with Gospel life so that they embody God's grace in worship, community and mission.

It is critical to us that we plant churches that are deeply rooted in the truth of God's word, contextually-aware and winsomely missional. We seek to plant churches that are neither against the culture nor blindly follow it, but which faithfully, graciously and courageously exemplify Christ’s presence to our neighbors."