All Saints Episcopal Church     

1508 South White Station Road ~ Memphis, TN 38117                       

The Rev. Dr. Jesse W. Abell, Priest-in-Charge                            

In-person worship ~ Sundays 10:00  am                                 

Due to the surge in COVID-19 and the highly infectious nature of the Delta variant, everyone is asked to wear masks

while indoors regardless of vaccination status (unless leading music, prayers, or reading) and to maintain social distancing space.

Coffee hour will be hosted outdoors for the time being.

Special Services and Events


                        Fall Sunday School Begins in September

Children’s Church Class:  Their first class will start on Sunday, September 19.  Following the opening hymn,

the children will move to the Narthex entryway to learn and pray. Their formation time will

include an interactive story, craft activity, and prayer.  Children will rejoin their families

before Communion time. To learn more, contact Susan at


Adults Class  Fr. Jesse will be offering a series on the Parables beginning on September 12 from 11:30 am – 12:30 pm during

September and October. (no class on the third Sunday due to the Mission Council meeting.)  Please bring your bible!  

Contact Fr. Jesse for more information:


All Saints will host our "Special Friends" youth group for a picnic and outdoor concert on September 26th,

featuring Kris and Yolanda playing and singing on our new outdoor stage.

This will be a special time for the young people to visit, enjoy a picnic, and hear great music. 

       Pet lovers are invited to our special activity on October 3rd for the Pet Blessing at the Sea Isle Park Dog Run at 2 pm.       Fr. Jesse will have a special blessing for your pets, treats and pictures will be included.

Our Herald Newsletter (September 2021 issue)


The Rev. Dr. Jesse W. Abell

Fr. Abell invites you to talk with him. To make an appointment, contact 901-685-7333 or jabell[at]allsaintsmemphis[dot]org


For prayer requests call or email:


   In Our Prayers at All Saints


Edith, Laura, Sherry, Iris, Sherry, Mia, John, Michael, Mary,

 all those affected by the coronavirus pandemic,

and all who have asked for our prayers.



The Mission of All Saints' Episcopal Church is to explore and celebrate God's

infinite grace, acceptance, and love with all God's children, through Jesus Christ our Lord.


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