The All Saints  Acolyte  teams are made up of church members ranging from age 6 through adult. Teams serve once every 4 weeks, with combined teams for special services and events. Our motto is "We adapt!" Anyone can be a part of this ministry. If you are interested in joining a team, please contact Amy Floyd or Libbet Turner.

The All Saints Acolyte teams are made up of church members ranging from age 6 through adult. Teams serve once every 4 weeks, with combined teams for special services and events. Our motto is "We adapt!" Anyone can be a part of this ministry. If you are interested in joining a team, please contact Amy Floyd or Libbet Turner.

All are welcome to join and participate in any of the worship services held at All Saints, Warner Robins. Our worship services blend tradition with our unique culture and seek to capture who we are as a faith community. Joy, laughter, song, solemnity, the quiet of prayer and the rich sound of children being children are all a part of who we are at All Saints. For some, getting used to a tradition centered around communion takes some getting used to. It is rich and worth discovering. Everyone is new once. No one, especially your priest, will worry if you are new or can’t follow everything. The key is that you are here seeking God.  Come. Experience. Pray. Breathe.

Special liturgies take place on selected feast days and during Holy Week. Festal Eucharists include celebrations on Christmas Eve, Easter, Pentecost, and All Saints’ day (the first Sunday in November).  These special services include incense, which may affect allergy sufferers.

Sundays, 10:15 a.m. This contemporary-language service features organ, choir, traditional hymnody and rich Anglican liturgy. Our Rite II liturgy is found in the Book of Common Prayer (BCP) and employs modern language. This service includes Holy Communion and a sermon. Nursery care is available in our office building ahead of the service and throughout. Many parents will, at the end of the announcements, go and bring their children to the rail for communion. Please know that little ones are welcome throughout the service.

If you have never taken Communion or are curious about the ritual and the meaning behind it, we invite you to visit how2charist.com for a full tutorial.

 Daughters of the King

Daughters from local churches joined the Mary’s Heart, Martha’s Hands chapter for a Quiet Day with the Vicar of Atlanta, the Rev. Donna Mote, on March 2, 2019.

Daughters from local churches joined the Mary’s Heart, Martha’s Hands chapter for a Quiet Day with the Vicar of Atlanta, the Rev. Donna Mote, on March 2, 2019.

All Saints is home to the Mary’s Heart, Martha’s Hands chapter of the Daughters of the King (DOK). The Order of the Daughters of the King® is an order for women who are communicants of the Episcopal Church, churches in communion with it, or churches in the historic episcopate but not in communion with it. Our membership currently includes women in the Anglican, Episcopal, Lutheran (ELCA) and Roman Catholic churches. The order focuses on prayer, service, and support of the priest. For more information about the Daughters of the King, please speak with Stephanie Johnson or Beth Wood.