Worship Services Fully Open
Updated May 14, 2021
Dear Family in Christ,
His Eminence Metropolitan Joseph has lifted all of the pandemic restrictions that previously limited our ability to fully worship together (attendance limitations, social distancing, and face covering requirements). As a result, our worship services will return to normal immediately. All are welcome!
This action is consistent with the latest CDC guidance and Governor Cooper’s executive order lifting generally applicable COVID-19 restrictions in North Carolina.
We are grateful to God for allowing this progress and for protecting our parish from illness during this crisis. His mercy endures forever!
You can continue to worship God with your financial offering in one of the following ways:
- Sending a check by postal service to the Church
- Directing your bank to send a check to the Church, typically via online banking/bill pay
- Using this button:
— Fr. David Winn, Pastor
At the present time we will serve all weekend and weekday worship services as scheduled. However, Orthros will be moved to 9:00am. Church School and Coffee Hour have been cancelled at least for the month of March. In order to potentially limit exposure to this disease, we ask:
- If you or another person in home is sick, please stay home and pray with us and for us from there.
- If you are over 60 with a weakened immune system or have an illness that would make you more susceptible to a virus infection, we also advise that you stay home and pray with us and for us from there.
- If you do come to worship at All Saints please abide by the guidelines sent out by Fr. Nicholas in several recent emails.
As St. Paul admonished: “Be anxious for nothing, but in everything by prayer and supplication, with thanksgiving, let your requests be made known to God; and the peace of God, which surpasses all understanding, will guard your hearts and minds through Christ Jesus.” Php. 4:5,6
Glory be to God for all things!
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 Antiochian Orthodox Christian Archdiocese of North America. We belong to the Diocese of Miami and the Southeast overseen by His Grace, Bishop Nicholas.
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. Check Weekly Schedule.
Whether you are already an Orthodox Christian or seeking to become an Orthodox Christian, and would like to become a member of All Saints parish, please schedule an appointment with Father David at your earliest convenience. Please call the Church office at 919-859-1332 or send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org to make an appointment. Read More