Establish the Work
of our Hands

All Saints invites you to join us in our Capital Campaign to raise funds for the construction 
of a permanent Sanctuary.
"Let the favor of the Lord our God be upon us, and establish the work of our hands." - Ps. 90:17

When we first built a church building in southwest Austin, this was our prayer. That the Lord would establish us as his Body, establish us as a life-giving part of the community. By his grace, we have seen this happen, to the point that we now need more room in order to welcome all those the Lord brings through our doors.

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Why more room?

A community of God's people, called to live and to love as the Body of Christ.

When All Saints first undertook to build our permanent church campus nearly a decade ago, we did so in faith that the Lord was calling us to put down roots and minister to the community in and around southwest Austin. Since that time, we have been blessed with abundant growth in many ways. We've grown in simple attendance from Sunday mornings to weekday ministries - across the board attendance growth. But we've also grown in depth, in the type of ministries we are able to support. Most recently, what began as a single, small ESL class, the Lord has shaped and grown into an entire ministry, an after-school program, and a Spanish-language worship service.  All of the things that we do on our campus are only possible because of having a physical space in which to do them.

We want to continue not just to sustain our existing ministries, but to open up new opportunities for serving all those who come through our doors. 
All Saints "Outdoor Overflow" on Easter Sunday 2023
All Saints Narthex overflow Sunday, August 20, 2023

All Saints Sanctuary Project

The current space in which we gather for worship is titled "Interim Sanctuary." This is because All Saints has always planned to complete our campus design  with a permanent Sanctuary. The design for this Sanctuary comes from Andersson-Wise Architects who also designed the first phase of our campus.

A combination of historic architectural elements complemented by clean modern touches, the design embodies the ancient-modern mixture of All Saints' worship services.
Notable Features Include:
Seating for 950
Traditional Cruciform Shape
Wooden Pews
Bell Tower
Three Balcony Seating Areas
Youth and Classroom Space

Plan View

Traditional Cruciform Shape

Estimated Costs

At present, the sanctuary project costs are estimated as follows:
$28MM construction costs
+$2MM remaining costs for architects, engineers, permitting, contingency, and FF&E (furniture, fixtures, and equipment)
There are infinite ways and combinations to get to $30 million. This chart represents one way, showing there's an opportunity for our church members to participate at every level.

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How we're already seeking to make more room...

All Saints has already implemented several steps to help open up space. And, in addition to the Sanctuary project, there are more in the works or being considered:

Three Worship Services

In April 2021, All Saints began offering three worship services every Sunday morning.

Spanish-language Service

Easter of 2023, All Saints launched its first Spanish-speaking worship service which meets concurrently with the third English service.

Service Times

You may have noticed that our service times have changed several times over the last two years. This is another way we seek to make room. By adjusting service times in order to find just the right times to balance attendance, space opens to welcome guests and regular attenders alike.

Additional Plans and Possibilities

  • Current Church Planting: Dripping Springs with Byron West (new, January 2023) 
  • Future Church Planting: north Austin with Adam Radcliff (2024)