W E L C O M E . . . to the blog site of ALL SAINTS ANGLICAN CHURCH of Rochester
We pray that our Lord Jesus Christ will be glorified and...
you will be blessed by your time spent with us.

Thursday, January 11, 2007


All Saints Anglican Church
is meeting at:
111 N. Chestnut Street
in the Chapel
You may contact us at:
>>>P.O. Box 67824<<<
Rochester, NY 14617
>>>(585) 342-1605<<<
We are a Bible-based parish in the
orthodox Anglican traditions of our Christian Faith
Come join us on Sunday mornings
to worship Our Lord in the Beauty of Holiness!
HOLY EUCHARIST is celebrated at 10 am
May you enjoy singing hymns led by Allen Walck, Jr.
and sermons that encourage us to grow in faith
and to apply biblical principles to our lives
all during the Celebration of Holy Eucharist according to the
historic Faith and Order in the Anglican Communion
1928 Prayer Book
We would love to have you come and join us
as we take our stand together for the Lord Jesus Christ
and the Authority and Importance of the Bible: His Holy Word!
May we raise One Voice in prayer, praise,
worship and witness of our Lord Jesus Christ!
We are an affiliate parish of the American Anglican Council
and an Anglican Communion partner parish
in the Anglican Communion Network of Dioceses and Parishes
under the Ecclesiastical Authority of the Church of the Province of Uganda,
the Most Rev. Henry Luke Orombi, Archbishop of Church of Uganda
in the Mukono Diocese
with The Rt. Rev. Elia Paul Luzinda Kizito as our Bishop

North Chestnut Street is within the INNER LOOP
in DOWNTOWN Rochester
Diagonally across from the Eastman Theatre
at the corner of Pleasant St. and N. Chestnut St.
All Saints meets at the chapel at 111 N. Chestnut St.
in the buildings of Reformation Lutheran Church


  1. this is an awesome site...

  2. This is excellent news - hearing about how All Saints is prospering!

    I have been searching for a new church in Rochester for well over a year and find that very few mainline churches preach the true gospel that is presented in the New Testament. I challenge all Rochester churchgoers to read the book of Romans and then compare this with what you hear at your church (or, more importantly, to what you DON'T hear). You will probably find that your church vehemently disagrees with what's in the Bible or is ashamed to proclaim it.

    All Saints is a healthy church and no doubt God will bless her for her faithfulness!