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   8:30am and 10:30am

Godly Play and Nursery are available during the 10:30am service

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Serving the Outer Banks Community

An open-hearted, open-minded parish of the Episcopal Diocese of East Carolina


All Saints' Episcopal Church seeks to build community in the generous spirit of the Good News of Christ Risen and to expand the capacity of the Episcopal Church to reach those who do not know the reconciling love of God in Christ Jesus. As the mission of the Church is to restore all people to unity with God and each other in Christ, All Saints Episcopal Church aims to worship God and to reach out and nurture hope by seeking and serving the saints of God.

Upcoming Events

The Adult Education and Spirituality Committee will host its Monthly Labyrinth Walk for racial understanding, dialogue, reconciliation, and reparation on Monday, February 19th at 12 Noon.  Please join us if you can as we celebrate the annual living of Black History Month.


2024 Lent Worship and Lunch: All Worship is at noon at the Outer Banks Presbyterian Church MP 8 ½ 158 Bypass in KDH. Led by the North Dare County Ministerial Association. Monies for lunch are given to the area food pantries. There will be seven worship and lunch sessions. This week’s worship will be led by our former rector, Father Tom Wilson. All Saints’ will  also be providing lunch to follow.


Our Women’s Bible Study meets on Wednesday, February 21st at 3PM at the church. We continue reading selections from Into the Mess, and Other Jesus Stories: Reflections on the Life of Christ by Debie Thomas. This group has elected to extend its sessions and will begin a new book once this one concludes. All women are welcome!


As we begin the new year, we will be updating our Parish Records. Forms are available in the Narthex for individuals and families to fill out. If you have previously filled out a form, we would still greatly appreciate an updated form along with any new information for our records. Thank you in advance for taking the time to fill these out!


All Saints’ Food for Thought Volunteer Program needs your help on February 16th. The sign-up book is in the Narthex. For questions or information contact Bob Baldwin (240) 385-5261.

Room In The Inn February 18-February 24. Thanks to all of the many volunteers who are supporting this important Ministry. Saturday dinner is still open. Food and bulk items will be collected in the cooler on the gazebo beside the entrance to the office from Saturday until Sunday at 1:00 p.m.


All Saints’ Book Club


All Saints Book Club is meeting on Monday, February 26th, 2024 at 2 p.m. We will be reading Fresh Water for Flowers by Valerie Perrin. All are welcome to join us! If you have any questions, please reach out to Colleen Sargent, 703-338-9239,, or Mary Moynahan, 252-267-3993,

“Come Closer” Lenten Mission


Holy Redeemer by the Sea Church

and All Saints Episcopal Church

February 20-21-22, 2024 – 7:00 PM


On Ash Wednesday, we heard these words of the Prophet Joel: “Even now, says the LORD, return to me with your whole heart.” During this three-day Mission, we will explore how Salesian spirituality enables us to draw closer to God—in the Lenten season and always.


February 20 - Tuesday Night: The Only Lenten Resolution You’ll Ever Need

(Holy Redeemer by the Sea)

(Light Refreshments in Parish Hall after Presentation)


Lenten resolutions can get us started, but they also can get in the way of a wholehearted return, by keeping our eyes fixed on our own success or failure instead of on the God who calls us closer. Tonight, we will consider the only resolution we really need: to notice and respond to God’s daily invitations to prayer, sacrifice, and generosity. “Great occasions for serving God come seldom, but little ones surround us daily.” 

   St. Francis de Sales


February 21 - Wednesday Afternoon – 2:00 PM (Women Only)

Women’s Wisdom: The Quotable Jane de Chantal

(Holy Redeemer by the Sea)

(Light Refreshments in Parish Hall after Presentation)


During this more conversational gathering, we will savor some gems from St. Jane de Chantal and reflect on how they apply to women’s spirituality today.


February 21 - Wednesday Night: Forgive and Re-Member

(All Saints Episcopal)


The expression “forgive and forget” does not do justice to the painful process of seeking or offering forgiveness. Tonight, we will consider God’s invitation to receive and extend mercy. While being honest about the obstacles, we will explore how embracing forgiveness can heal us and bring us closer to God in this Lenten season. “Don't lose your inner peace for anything whatsoever, even if your whole world seems upset.”

 St. Francis de Sales


February 22 - Thursday Night: Seen, Known, and Cherished  (Holy Redeemer by the Sea)

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