WORSHIP WITH US ONLINE
All are welcome to join us for our online, live-streamed service at 10:30 a.m. every Sunday.
☎ To join this meeting by phone:
- Call (346) 248-7799 (a Houston number)
- The automated attendant will say, "Welcome to Zoom. Enter your Meeting ID, followed by #."
- Enter 866 734 240 #
- The automated attendant will say, "If you are the meeting host, please enter your host key followed by #. If you are a participant, please press # to continue."
- Press the # key. You don't have to wait for the automated attendant to finish.
All Saints' Episcopal Church, Offices, and all buildings on campus are temporarily closed.
Our worship services are posted to YouTube, and can be viewed in the window below. 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 WORSHIP SERVICES
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.
The music tradition at All Saints' Parish is a rich one.
Parish Choir and Quin Choir at the 10:30 a.m. service.
(During the Summer the 10:30 a.m. service has a pick-up Choir)
Organ, but no choirs at the 8:00 a.m. service.
(During the Summer the 8:00 a.m. service has no music)
Music plays a large role in many special services during the year, such as Advent Lessons and Car…Read More »
Acolyting presents a visible and tangible way that the youth serve the parish as well as a way that they participate in stewardship by offering their time and talent. The acolyte program at All Saint’s is philosophically part of our youth ministry. Acolytes rotate among four acolyte roles at the 10:30 a.m. Sunday service. Acolytes have an opportunity to serve as Crucife…Read More »
Celebrate the events of your life at All Saints’. Share and celebrate the joyful events in your life find comfort during the difficult ones. Our clergy and staff can meet with you to help and guide you in these events. We celebrate many life events with sacraments of our church - baptisms, marriages, funerals and memorial services - and invite you to commemorate the events in …Read More »
Our worship services are posted to YouTube, and can be viewed in the window below. 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…Read More »