All Saints’ Episcopal Church

A beloved community based in Frederick, Maryland, where people come to be resurrected, transformed, and made whole.

Worship Offerings

We hope that you’ll join us in worship:

  • 8am: In-Person, Historic Church
  • 10am: In-Person and Livestreamed, Historic Church

Candlemas Festival

  • Saturday, February 4

An ancient feast day will be observed here in a new event organized by the Rev. Amy Richter and St. Mary’s Chapter.  The Feast of the Presentation of Jesus Christ at the Temple celebrates the coming of the Light of the World forty days after Christmas.  In Luke 2:22-39 the aged Simeon and prophet Anna rejoice in the coming of the Redeemer and bless the Holy Family.

Schedule of events

  • An ice sculpture of the church façade and steeple will be in front of the church all day.
  • The historic church will be open for visitors from 10 am to 5 pm.
  • Baked goods go on sale in the Great Hall at 10 am, free hot coffee & hot tea!
  • Hot food sales will be in the Great Hall for dine-in or take-away 11 am to 6 pm
  • Labyrinth in Parish Hall will be open for walking 2 pm to 4 pm
  • Blessing of Candles at 1 pm, 4:45 pm and other unscheduled times
  • Candlemas Service with music (no Eucharist) begins at 5 pm.

Rev. Amy is designing a Candlemas Service for All Saints’ like evensong but specific to the February 2 feast.  Music Director Emeritus Carroll Howe will lead the choir and congregation in music with particular emphasis on the Song of Simeon.  The service will begin at 5 pm with a candlelit procession.


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All Saints’ Episcopal Church

All Saints’ Episcopal Church is a growing and vibrant community of faith where people come to be resurrected, transformed, and made whole through an experience of Christ.

Our church is not just a building. We are a community that worships together online, in-person, and in hybrid settings.  During this rapidly changing phase of the pandemic, we are balancing the desire to gather in-person with a science-based approach to community safety.

Stewardship Drive 2023
“See, I Am Doing a New Thing.”

Each fall, we ask everyone to estimate your financial contributions to the church for the coming year. Sharing your intentions helps us plan our budget. Next year will be an important one in the history of our church as we call a new rector. Please help us put our best foot forward by being generous with your giving.

You can submit your 2023 pledge online at https://tithe.ly/pledge/#/campaign/6031940 (where you can also set up recurring gifts via your credit card) or by filling out a pledge card. Please submit your pledge no later than Nov. 13. Thank you!


Watch this space for our latest updates on Covid-19, events, outreach opportunities, and communications from the All Saints’ community.

Social Justice

At every baptism and every renewal of our vows to live out our faith, we promise to work for justice and peace in the world. The celebrant asks, “Will you strive for justice and peace among all people, and respect the dignity of every human being?’

And the people respond, “I will with God’s help.”

This is our calling to social justice on behalf of all people, every human being. It is a tall order, and we are only able to do it with God’s help.

Waymon Wright’s Call To Action

Regathering for In-Person Worship

As our community experiences a downturn in the COVID pandemic and easing of restrictions, we would like to ensure that folks in our parish have the information needed to prevent serious illness from SARS-COV-2 infection. Click here for more details.
During the Services, we encourage, but do not require, mask-wearing. The Clergy, Lectors, and Choir may take off their masks as they feel appropriate, with social distancing, to lead Worship. Additional instructions regarding Communion will be given during the Service. We do this out of an abundance of caution for those in our Congregation that are vulnerable.

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