All Saints' Episcopal Church

1508 South White Station Road.   Memphis, TN 38117

Holy Eucharist Rite II - Sunday - 10:00 am             Adult Christian Formation - 9:00 am

Coffee Hour following the service


All Parish Meeting

All Saints' parishioners will meet in the Faye Cook Parish Hall after the 10:00 am service on January 20th for a light lunch and the Annual Parish Meeting.  Reports from the Sr. Warden,  Jr. Warden, Deacon, and various committee chairs will be delivered.  

New Vestry members will be elected.

Outgoing Vestry members will be honored: Sharon Momony and John Blanton.


A Message from Deacon O'Shea


January is a fine time to do some planning for All Saints’, and we will have our annual meeting on January 20.  Please plan to be present to look at the year ahead as we add dates to our calendar.  It is an opportunity for us to meet in fellowship as the committed parishioners of this church, who make responsible decisions for our future growth and development. Our vestry depends on the input of everyone, and I also want to be mindful of the hopes and desires of the congregation.  Beverly is always ready to hear your ideas, and even if we cannot implement them, we want to be good listeners.


Beverly keeps an ongoing wish list; please feel free to contact her. We have angels among us who respond when we have critical needs, so don’t be hesitant if you notice something that needs attention.


My hope for all Saints’ is that we work together as a church family, taking care of each other and reaching out to our community wherever possible.  We have received the light of Christ; let us shine that light beyond White Station and Quince.




First Sunday Breakfast

February 3, 2019

Breakfast prepared by our outstanding couple, Cain and Karen Carson

Come Hungry!



The Rev. Deacon Nancy O'Shea celebrates her 33 years of service

in the Episcopal Church.  

We are truly a blessed parish to have her with us.


Read her articles about West Tennessee's newest Bishop and A Great Beginning on the Parish Life page.



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.


WEBPAGE UPDATE   January 12, 2019

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