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Our worship together as a faith community shapes and connects to our daily lives. We hope that you will join us on Sunday mornings at 8:00 am or 10:00 am. We find that our services offer opportunities to deepen our faith, feel the companionship of community, and renew our commitment to life and service.


Our 8:00 am and 10:00 am mask-optional services are being held in the sanctuary. These are Holy Eucharist services where we offer the Host (bread) at the Communion Rail. If you prefer you can bring-your-own-bread or cracker, or pick up a host container as you enter the sanctuary. Stay in place for the Prayer of Consecration and consume your host where you are seated. The cup (wine) will be in form of small glasses offered from a tray at the altar rail. As of June 2023 we are also offering the common cup for those who feel comfortable receiving that way. Please check with the usher if you are unsure, and do whatever is comfortable for you. 

All Saints' is an Episcopal Church and our services follow the Episcopal liturgy (the structure of the worship service) as set out in our Book of Common Prayer. 

For a brief guide about what to expect from our worship services, click here.

Our rector presides and preaches at both services, except as announced on the calendar. The Rev. Paul Higginson, Deacon, assists in worship and preaches on a regular basis. Lay volunteers serve as acolytes, ushers, altar guild members, readers, Eucharistic ministers and prayer leaders.

Click here to access recent sermons and be connected to online worship opportunities from the Diocese of New Hampshire and National Cathedral. 

Altar Flowers

Click here for information on providing altar flowers 


If you are interested in serving as a lay volunteer, or would like to learn more about what is involved, please contact the rector. Training will be provided.

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