Open for Prayer: No matter your situation or circumstances, we hope you'll join us in prayer:

Morning Prayer: Thursdays at 8 a.m. in St. Paul's Chapel

Centering Prayer: Saturdays at 9:30 a.m. in the Undercroft

Our Historic Church is open for prayer during business hours.

The Good Book Many of us have been exposed to "bits and pieces" of the Bible all our lives but have never really known what it's all about at its core. Join Fr. Earl for a 9-week small group Christian Formation Bible Study, centered around The Good Book: Reading the Bible with Mind and Heart by Peter J. Gomes. Interested? Download Flyer for info and registration.

Great Season of Youth Events! We kick off our Youth Formation season with our Youth Hike, and continue our season with service projects, a cookie party, the much-loved Lock-in, and more. Download our youth calendar

Formation for all ages, including youth, is held Sundays at 10 a.m. Visit our formation page for more information or youth registration forms.


The Search Process

As you may know, we're in the Search Process for a new Rector. We've created a page for you to get the most accurate, up-to-date info on how it's going. Check out for the latest news!

'Joy of Music': An Evening with the California Guitar Trio!
for the Benefit of the Frederick Rescue Mission's Faith House, Sponored by Auto Nation Nissan of Leesburg

We have a fabulous concert on Fri., Nov. 13 at 8 p.m. with a Frederick favorite, the California Guitar Trio! We'll publish more details as they become availabe, but tickets are currently on sale for $25 each. Get your tickets now via our Paypal link on the right. Learn more about the band or hear their music on their website. A portion of the proceeds will benefit the Frederick Rescue Mission's Faith House.

'Ode to Food and Wine' Dinner

An Eight-Course Chef's Dinner & Live Auction will be held in the Great Hall on Saturday, Nov. 14. See the menu, peruse our Auction Packages, or get your tickets now at

'Dear White Christians' Book Discussion

On Sunday, October 18, 2015 at 3:30 p.m. in Parish Hall, All Saints' Episcopal Church summer reading and book study ministry will come to a fantastic conclusion: the Rev. Dr. Angela Shepherd, Canon for Missions at the Episcopal Diocese of Maryland, will come to open an engaging discussion about race relations. A potluck dinner and Holy Eucharist will follow the presentation and discussions of the book. Interested in joining us? Check out the Diocese's 'book study' questions for Dear White Christians. For more information, you can also visit the Diocesan's website.