shielfThe Episcopal Church Welcomes You!

We certainly do here at All Saints Episcopal Church. Explore our website to learn more about us, our work in the community, and our vision as a congregation: to know Christ and make Christ known in our community!

The grace of the Lord Jesus Christ and the love of God and the fellowship of the Holy Spirit be with you all.

-2 Corinthians 13:14 (ESV)


About Our Congregation

All Saints Church is a friendly and close-knit community of Christians from all backgrounds living out the Jesus Movement here in Wise County: “Loving God & Loving Our Neighbors“! Our congregation was formed in 1914 and the present building constructed in 1916. The Parish Hall was added later, and a rectory was built in 1940.
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We invite you to come and worship with us! We offer a place to hear the Good News of Christ, explore the Christian faith, wrestle with questions and doubts, receive the spiritual nourishment of the Sacraments, and form relationships with other people seeking God’s will in their lives. Just as Jesus said to his disciples, “come and see!

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Worship With Us

To fully experience the Good News of Jesus Christ in our midst we invite you to come and worship with us!

Sundays at 11:15am
Sunday School begins at 10:30am

Our worship services are arranged via the Book of Common Prayer and follow the orders of worship handed down from the early Church. Using the Prayer Book we proclaim the Word of God (also called Holy Scripture or The Bible), celebrate the Sacraments of Baptism and Holy Communion, and pray together as a congregation so that we might “worship the Lord in the beauty of His Holiness” (Psalm 96:9).

To learn more about the Episcopal Church and our Anglican identity we invite you to browse these resources from the Anglican Communion website:

Our Anglican Identity

Service opportunities at All Saints are numerous both inside and outside the building. Inside the church you could sing in the choir, serve as a layreader or on the Altar Guild, help with Sunday School, or become an Acolyte (Altar Server). In the community we are involved with the Wise County Food Bank, Heritage Hall, Grace House on the Mountain, Hope Team Prison Rideshare, and many other organizations. Our monthly “Outreach Sunday” dedicates the loose offering to the Food Bank and follows our regular worship with a hymn-singing service is held for the residents at Heritage Hall. A small food pantry is maintained in the Parish Hall – access can be arranged by contacting the Rector or a Vestryperson.

Almighty God, to you all hearts are open, all desires known,
and from you no secrets are hid: Cleanse the thoughts of our
hearts by the inspiration of your Holy Spirit, that we may
perfectly love you, and worthily magnify your holy Name;
through Christ our Lord. Amen.

– The Book of Common Prayer, page 355

Clergy & Vestry

With grateful hearts for his many years of service the Vestry announces the departure of our Rector for the past 8 years, the Rev. Robert Beauchamp.

We ask and encourage your prayers during this period of searching.

Those seeking further information should contact a Vestryperson.

Our Pastoral Contact during this period will be the Rev. Deacon Preston Mitchell.

The Rev. Deacon Preston Mitchell, Pastoral Contact

Senior Warden: Anne Sturgill

Junior Warden: Renee Mullins

Other Vestry Members

Robin Benke

(Photo Pending)

Jim Kegley


Heather Wamsley

Our Diocesan Bishop: The Rt. Rev. Mark A. Bourlakas, D.Min.