CONNECT WITH US ONLINE
All Saints' Episcopal Church, Offices, and all buildings on campus are temporarily closed until further notice. In light of CDC recommendations and the Bishop's Guidelines, we are organizing opportunities for online worship. You matter a great deal, and our connection to you and to each other matters a great deal. God is with us.
The preferred way for us to communicate in groups online is Zoom. If you would like step-by-step help with Zoom, click or tap here.
If you have concerns about "Zoom Bombing" or other concerns about the safety of our meetings, please click or tap here.
SUNDAY SERVICES: Join us on Zoom at 10:30 a.m. Everyone is invited and encouraged to participate.
To participate by phone only, call 346-248-7799, and enter 866-734-240 when prompted for a meeting ID. Note that this ONLY works Sundays at 10:30 a.m., so if you try it at any other time, your connection will not work.
Sunday worship services are recorded. The recordings are typically available a few hours after the end of the service. To play the recording, press the arrow in the middle of screen below. To see a list of recorded services, choose the playlist icon in the upper right corner of the window below (the icon looks like three lines with an arrow).
RECORDED: SUNDAY WORSHIP SERVICES
CHECK-INS (Monday and Thursday mornings at 11 a.m.): Join our check-in on Zoom at 11 a.m. every Monday and Thursday. This is a time for anyone in the parish to exchange information, convey prayer requests and needs of our people, and maintain human contact while we’re separated from each other. You don’t need a good reason to be there. We just want to see you and know you’re well.
To participate, click or tap this link.
To participate by phone only, call 346-248-7799, and enter 904-192-370 when prompted for a meeting ID. Note that this ONLY works on Monday or Thursday at 11 a.m., so if you try it at any other time, your connection will not work.
EVENING PRAYER: We are seeking volunteer LEADERS for daily Morning and/or Evening Prayer on Zoom (i.e., people who plan not just to participate, but to officiate, recruit readers, and manage the technology). If you would like collaborate with Fr. Lane Hensley to lead on one or more weekdays, please send email to [email protected].
A limited series of recordings of Evening Prayer can be found in the window below or by clicking or tapping this link. To play the recording, press the arrow in the middle of screen below. To see a list of recorded services, choose the playlist icon in the upper right corner of the window below (the icon looks like three lines with an arrow).
RECORDED: EVENING PRAYER
USING ZOOM: The preferred way for us to communicate in groups online is Zoom. Zoom is a company that provides facilities and software for online meetings. To use Zoom you set up a Zoom account and download the Zoom software for your computer, iPhone, iPad, Android Phone, or tablet.
Please watch this short tutorial video for help installing Zoom and creating a Zoom account:
Please watch this tutorial video for help using Zoom during worship or a meeting. The tutorial includes information about connecting to a meeting, in-meeting chat, muting your microphone, and exiting a meeting:
You can download the Zoom software for free from the Zoom website by clicking or tapping this link, or you can download the Zoom app for your phone or tablet from the iOS (iPhone, iPad) or Google Play (Android) app store. If you need help figuring out how to install and use Zoom, you can access guides and documentation on Zoom's website by clicking or tapping this link.
Once you’ve installed Zoom, you’ll have the option of creating a user account. We recommend that you create an account because it makes it easier for others to identify you when you’re using Zoom.
If you prefer not to install Zoom or can’t figure out how, you can join our Zoom meetings by simply dialing a phone number on your phone, though you’ll have sound only, and no video. When you connect by phone, you will be prompted to enter a meeting ID number. The phone number and the meeting ID for our Sunday Services are listed in the Sunday Services section at the top of this page.
STAY CONNECTED WITH ALL SAINTS' NEWS AND UPDATES
Facebook and Twitter
- Follow All Saints' on Facebook https://www.facebook.com/AllSaintsEpiscopalChurchATX/
- Follow All Saints' on Twitter https://twitter.com/SaintsOfAustin
Daily News Updates:
- Read daily news updates from Interim Rector Lane Hensley https://www.allsaints-austin.org/news-from-the-interim-rector/
- Daily news updates are available via email Sign Up for Daily Email Updates
Thank you for your gifts to All Saints'! Your gifts fund our ministries and mission to share the beauty and power of God’s transforming love through worship and service in the world.
You can give online using our secure giving system. Choose "Give Now". Fill out the form, including dollar amount, fund, and email address. You can log-in to have the gift post to your member giving record, or you can give as a Guest without logging-in.
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Special Prayers in a Pandemic
We have posted some prayers adapted from the Book of Common Prayer and Enriching Our Worship 2.
Important Referral Resources about Social Services and COVID-19
- Connect Austin (United Way referrals)
- Health Resources from the Episcopal Diocese of Texas
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