All Saints Episcopal Church in Chicago

Overview of Sunday Services

We have three Sunday services, at 8:00, 9:00 and 11:00 a.m. Education for Children and Adults takes place from 10:00 to 11:00 or 11:15 a.m. To view a schedule displaying upcoming services along with other church activities, please refer to our church calendar.

8:00 Service

A spoken service (no music) using the beautiful gender-inclusive language found in the New Zealand prayer book.

9:00 Service

This service is popular with families as it comes before church school. It is currently nearly identical to the 11:00 in form but has been shortened by removing one of the Scripture readings. The 9:00 service has a choir and once a month fills the space with voices from the age of 5 on up with the All Ages choir. Click here to view a recent worship booklet.

11:00 Service

The 11:00 service has fewer children but remains child-friendly. This congregation enjoys the quieter atmosphere, but also simply likes getting up a little later in the morning! The choir here is a separate group from the 9:00 services, although during special services during the year the choirs combine. Click here to view a recent worship booklet. 

2:00pm Service at The Breakers

In December 2016, All Saints’ members began offering a prayer service at The Breakers, a senior lifestyle center at Edgewater Beach (5333 N Sheridan Road). This brief service, held every Sunday at 2:00pm, is drawn from the Evening Prayer liturgy in the Book of Common Prayer. Members of All Saints’, residents of The Breakers, and any friends and neighbors are welcome to attend. Stop by The Breakers, where parking is free (for 2 hours), the coffee is hot, and the folks are friendly! Contact Paul Mallatt with questions.

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Tuesday Night Service at 4pm

Our service on Tuesday night meets the needs of many of our neighbors and volunteers who come together over the Community Kitchen we hold every Tuesday in connection with Ravenswood Community Services. It is primarily a spoken service but has included some music around the Eucharist in the past.