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All Saints' Episcopal Church
Warner Robins, Georgia

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All Saints' Episcopal Church Warner Robins


Behind the Red Doors



All Saints’ Campus and Sanctuary



To view Photos and Videos of Bishop Robert C. Wright Visit to All Saints Episcopal Warner Robins, GA on Palm Sunday, click on the colored text, then click on Slideshow.



Come Join Us

+ The Rev. Scott B. Petersen has been called as Rector of All Saints' Episcopal, Warner Robins, GA. Petersen, who arrived in Warner Robins in mid-February 2013, is the former Rector of St. Paul's Episcopal Church, Wilkesboro, N.C., and also served in the Diocese of Southeast Florida. A graduate of the University of Massachusetts and Virginia Theological Seminary, he was ordained a priest in 2007.

To hear why and where Rev. Petersen became an Episcopalian, click on this colored text. 




Welcome to the All Saints’ Episcopal Church website!  We are so glad you have chosen to visit our website. Please take a few minutes to explore the many dynamic Ministries which includes but not limited to: Christian Education and Youth Program opportunities, and our vibrant Outreach Programs.

A Lectionary is a table of readings from Scripture appointed to be read at public worship. It tells us what lessons are to be read on a given date. The Episcopal Lectionary is based on the Revised Common Lectionary, which is, itself, based on the Roman Catholic Lectionary, a product of Vatican II. So it is that, most often, the Episcopal, Lutheran, Methodist, Presbyterian, and Roman Catholic and other churches are using the same lessons, with slight variations. The lessons that we use follow the Episcopal form of the Revised Common Lectionary. If you are a member of one of the other denominations, these may also be your lessons. To read the Lessons and Psalm Appointed for use during our Sunday Holy Eucharist Service, click on this link Lectionary Pages and the Liturgical Calendar.

We believed that this website provides an exceptional inside of what is Behind the Red  Doors and an excellent snapshot of who we are as a church family, and reflects our action as individuals seeking to work out our faith through the values expressed in our mission statement. The best way to get to know us, is to "come and see". So we hope that you will visit us one Sunday and allow us to get to know you.


Who We Are

All Saints’ Episcopal of Warner Robins, GA, is a progressive Christian congregation in the heart of Warner Robins, marked by:
Ø  Lively worship with great music and timely preaching

Ø  Concern with meaning and integrity in coherent Christian faith

Ø  Passionate spirituality marked by a concern for justice for all people

Ø  Relationship-based ministries with local, global and international reach

Ø  Communities of mutual concern in which every person may know others and be known for who they are in Christ

Ø  An eye to the future in our stewardship of all that has been entrusted to our care

We profess that the way of abundant life is found in choosing to follow Jesus with all that we are and all that we have, in freedom using all the resources of this community in pursuit of our spiritual growth, giving generously of ourselves and our wealth, and inviting others to share in what we enjoy.

We seek to serve our immediate neighbors in residences, businesses and nearby Robins, Air Force Base  (2 miles away -  Driving Directions) as:

Ø  An oasis and place of hospitality in the midst of a great city

Ø  A Campus and Sanctuary of faith for all who seek a deeper knowledge of God



Our Neighborhood

All Saints’ Episcopal Church is proud to be located in the middle of vibrant, growing Warner Robins, Georgia. Always striving to strengthen its connection with the surrounding community, All Saints’ clergy meet with pastors of other Warner Robins churches to discuss concerns particular to our area.

Our core ministries are:   

Ø    All Saints' Food Pantry! Beginning in 1992 as a small grass-root effort to serve the needy residents in our community, it was unimaginable to foresee how this program would grow to become a vibrant and necessary vital program under the umbrella of All Saints' Episcopal Outreach Ministry.   

Ø       All Saints'  Episcopal Church Women (ECW) organizes annual fund raising events such as the Wine and Cheese Party, Silent Auction, Rummage Sale, Easter Breakfast  and the Autumn Market Place.   These funds are distributed to All Saints' Ministries,  local schools, programs to help the mentally ill and mothers and children affected by drug abuse. 

Ø       All Saints has developed and sustained a supportive relationship with  Westside Elementary School, a local school in Warner Robins.  Our congregation is so responsive to their need that there is usually two large pick-up trucks filled with school supplies and Christmas gifts delivered to the school yearly for the students in need.  The faculty and staff are overwhelmed by All Saints’ generosity.  

Ø      We also support the work of other local, national and international agencies such as Daughters of the King (DOK),  Habitat for Humanity, United Thank Offering (UTO),  Episcopal Relief and Development (ERD) and many others.      

All Saints' Episcopal is located at 1708 Watson Boulevard, within 2 miles from Robins Air Force Base (Driving Directions).


About The Episcopal Church


The Episcopal Church (TEC) traces its origins back to the Church of England, which was created by King Henry VIII of England in the midst of violent religious disagreements of the 16th century. This was the time of the Reformation, and after several disagreements with the pope, King Henry VIII cut ties with the Roman Catholic Church and declared himself the head of the newly independent Church of England – also known as the Anglican Church.

TEC is distinguished by the following characteristics:

Ø Protestant, yet Catholic

Ø Worship in One's First Language

Ø The Book of Common Prayer

Ø Scripture, Tradition, and Reason

To read more about The Episcopal Church, click on About The Episcopal Church.



Welcome Newcomers


All are welcome at All Saints' Episcopal. We are glad you have decided to visit our website and hope that you will spend some time in our church and in our community as well.

If you are new and would like more information about All Saints please fill out our visitor registry, then the Greeter will hand the information to you. If you are interested in membership, please fill out our Short Membership Application Form in the gift bag and place it in the offertory plate or give it to one of the Ushers. You will be contacted by the Rector or a Vestry Member within 24 hours after the service.

If you're not sure how to find our church, we hope our  Maps Page/Driving Directions will help you locate us. Also, you can always call our office for directions at 478-923-1791.

We offer campus tours daily—please call our office (478-923-1791) for upcoming dates and times. And the Newcomers Greeter is always outside and visible every Sunday morning after the morning service at 11:35am.

In any event, welcome, and we hope to see you soon. For more information about our Greeter Ministry and Welcome for Newcomers, please click on the colored text.



All Saints' Episcopal Church has been called to action by the Holy Spirit. We are to love and serve the Lord by ministering to the needs of others, by teaching the Holy Scriptures, by preaching the Gospel and by celebrating the Sacraments of Holy Baptism and the Holy Eucharist in Christ's Church.

All Saints provides an opportunity for worship as a community and to strengthen our faith in Christ. Our goal is to prepare ourselves to go into the world to do God's work and to share our faith with one another as we personally deepen our intimacy with God.

It is our sincere desire that you will find refuge here at All saints' Episcopal Church. May God's peace be with you and may you find rest here among His children.

The Mission of All Saints' Episcopal Church is "to love and serve the Lord by ministering to people, teaching the Holy Scriptures, preaching the Gospel, and celebrating the Sacraments".

Episcopal Church tradition is followed by using The Book of Common Prayer. We break bread together and receive the Body and Blood of Christ. All Saints has an active lay ministry, with members leading the Prayers of the People, reading lessons, and assisting the priest with Holy Communion.

For more information about The Episcopal Church (TEC) Liturgy, visit the Visitor Center. Please click on the colored text.



Present Day

At All Saints, our motto is "People loving each other and serving Christ"  and we welcome you, whether you are visiting for the first time or “trying us on for size and comfort” as you search for a church family that is right for you. If you are looking, we won’t pressure you to make a decision, as we know how important this vital connection is to you as an individual or for your family.  Come worship Christ our Lord in community with us.  We would love for you to join us.

To learn more about why Liturgy and the Guide and Explanation of Episcopal Worship (-by Reverend D. Rebecca Dinovo), click on the colored text 

To read the Lessons and Psalm Appointed for use during our Sunday Holy Eucharist Service, click on this link Lectionary Pages and the Liturgical Calendar.


2014 Annual Canvass




We believe stewardship to be essential to who we are as Christians and part of our path in knowing God and being in community with others. It is sacramental. Like Baptism and the Eucharist, it is an outward and visible sign of an inward and spiritual grace. Knowing and recognizing grace is not always easy to do, especially in difficult economic times or when experiencing other hardships or tragedies. It is not something you wake up with but rather it is a spiritual practice you live into, and in living into grace, we come closer to knowing God and experiencing that shared trust in God with others. 

Please make your pledge to All Saints by December 31, 2013. You may do this on paper with the use of the Pledge Cards. Thank you for responding to the grace of God in your life.


Ways to Give

Thank you for considering a gift to All Saints’ Episcopal Church! Gifts to All Saints’ can be fulfilled by clicking on Ways to Give and use one or more of the methods indicated.

Office Hours

Monday - Friday, 8:00 am - 12:00 pm

Saturday, Offices Closed


Holy Eucharist Service, Every Sunday at 10:15am - Please Come Join Us

Sunday Staffed Nursery Opens at 9:00am

For more information contact All Saints' Episcopal Church

All Saints' Episcopal Church
1708 Watson Boulevard

 Warner Robins, GA 31093

Telephone: 478-923-1791

All Saints' Episcopal is located within 2 miles from Robins Air Force Base (Driving Directions).


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