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All Saints is a traditional Orthodox Church in Raleigh, NC, totally English speaking, with an emphasis on worship and education.

Attached Clergy

Archpriest Nicholas R. A. Sorensen, Pastor

Deacon David Keim

All Saints Antiochian Orthodox Church began in October of 1992. It is a parish within the ancient Patriarchate of Antioch — where the disciples of Christ “were first called Christians.” The parish is under the jurisdiction of the Self-Ruled Antiochian Orthodox Christian Archdiocese of North America. We belong to the Diocese of Miami and the Southeast overseen by Bishop Antoun. In November of 2010, our parish completed a one year building project to add a new temple and education wing to our property and to remodel the parish hall. In November of 2011, Bishop Antoun consecrated our Temple, Iconostasis, altar, and icons to the glory of God, and during the consecration service, the bishop placed a relic of St. Raphael of Brooklyn in our new altar. We thank God for this great blessing of spiritual and physical growth!

An important goal of All Saints is to provide the Raleigh area with a completely American, English speaking, multi-ethnic, Traditional parish with an emphasis on worship and education. Our congregation is very open, active, and loving. We welcome visitors to our worship services and genuinely enjoy sharing our Orthodox faith with others.

Please explore and enjoy our website. You will find many interesting articles about our parish and about Orthodoxy as you move through its pages.

Glory be to God for all things!