Building a Loving Community in Christ that Reaches Out

1301 E Houston, Ave

 PO Box 103

Crockett, TX 75835

Wednesday Service 5 p.m.

(936) 544-8914 

A Place For You

Open Arms AA Group

MWF 8 p.m.

Saturday 7 p.m

A Place To Dream

Do you ever dream?  While some discount dreams, dreams provide motivation.  At All Saints, we are engaged in an ongoing process of setting Dream, Practical, and Now Goals.

The dreams motivate, the practical goals scale down to something that can occur in 1 to 3 years, and the Now Goals are the day-by-day things that make dreams come true.

A frustrated student once felt trapped until he realized his dream of finishing college, having a good job, and being independent could be translated into finishing high school (practical) while getting out of bed every morning, attending class, and passing exams (now).

You are invited to prayerfully dream with us as we do the daily stuff that makes dreams happen.

A Place For Growth

The day comes when we realize we are on our own. We offer special learning opportunities to encourage personal and spiritual growth.  The Book of Common Prayer contains a framework to aid worship and to explore the Christian faith.

A Place For Fellowship

Ever feel you are alone too much?  Fellowship matters.  Worshiping with others reminds us we are not alone.  After worship, don't be surprised to find others engaging you in conversation.  From time to time, we have special fellowships.  Groups form based on interest.

A Place To Connect

Ever feel you are on the wrong side of the door?  Life is filled with barriers.  Some of the worst are transparent.  We can see one another, but we cannot connect.  The Great Commandment tells us that loving God and loving our neighbor (as though we were the neighbor) removes the barrier.  (See 1 John 4:7-19)

Online Worship Format

Unable to attend on Sunday morning?

Our Online Worship Format is available on our Facebook page, usually published each Wednesday.  The format contains the scriptures for the week, an opportunity to listen to God through thought questions, the Apostles' Creed to remind us of the basic beliefs of our faith, the Lord's Prayer, and a Confession of Sins format to encourage us to remain humble and to receive the forgiveness God offers in Christ.

You can use the worship format anytime if you cannot attend church worship.  Also, suitable for family worship.  Moreover, you might find an interested group who can use the format for focus and discussion.  Sometimes people find others who would like to form a group who can meet at work, in an apartment, at home, in a restaurant, or anywhere convenient.  Also, the format can be used for ministry in a nursing home, hospital, or other places where people gather.

We encourage you to attend a local church at least once a month.  Of course, you are always welcome at All Saints.

1st Sunday Fellowships

On the first Sunday of each month, after our 10 a.m. worship service, we adjourn to the Parish Hall to have coffee, donuts, and a time of fellowship.

Even though we have announcements and discussions each Sunday, a particular time to visit is essential.

We especially invite folks who use our Online Worship Format to worship with us and stay for the Fellowship.  We look forward to meeting you in person.

Prayer & Reflection

Wednesdays 5 p.m.

Private Prayer

Come and go between 5 and 6 p.m.

Group Prayer

Reflect on the scripture for the day

 and pray together.

Why Worship With Episcopalians?

Many people find the Episcopal Church confusing. Dubbed "the rich folks' church," the fact is that most aren't wealthy.

While some Episcopal churches are "high churches," even "Anglo-Catholic," that emphasize ritual, some are also "low churches" that conduct services without elaborate ritual. Some smaller churches without a resident priest build services around Morning Prayer.

One key to understanding the Episcopal Church is The Book of Common Prayer, which is not a substitute for the Bible or the authority of scripture but is a framework of scriptures, prayers, and summaries.  Thus, the Book of Common Prayer can serve as a framework of historical Christianity while leaving individuals intellectually free to follow the light God gives.

You may never "become an Episcopalian," but you will find a welcome within the fellowship that encourages worship while encouraging you to be open to God's Spirit.