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Our Campus

Our campus includes both historic and newer structures, each dedicated to offering a sacred oasis for our parishioners, as well as for our neighbors who live, work, pray, and play in Midtown. Hundreds of gatherings are hosted in our spaces each year, and every day passersby stop in our courtyard to rest and enjoy the grounds and gardens. 

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Learn more about our main spaces below.

The Church

The main sanctuary seats 440, and another 150 can be accommodated in the adjoining chapel, which was renovated in 1994.  When entering, a visitor is struck by the vibrancy of the red apse and the stained glass windows. Six of the nave and chapel windows were crafted by Tiffany studios. Our 9:00 and 11:15 a.m. Sunday services as well as the 10:00 a.m. summer service take place in this this space, along with large weddings, funerals, concerts, and feast day celebrations. 

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The CHAPEL

Renovated in 1994, our smaller chapel adjoins the main sanctuary and is home to the 8:00 a.m. and 5:30 p.m. services on Sunday, as well as our daily noonday services.  The chapel seating consists of chairs, not pews, and the congregation is oriented to look towards the choir area of the main church for large services.  It contains a closed-circuit TV for an enhanced view of the sanctuary and is the preferred seating area for many families with young children, with easy access to restrooms and the courtyard.

The contemporary windows depict saints ancient and modern, including the only known stained-glass depiction of Martin Luther King, Jr. in a seated position, a posture historically associated with that of "teacher." 

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Kennedy Courtyard

The beautiful Kennedy Courtyard serves as a year-round outdoor gathering space for coffee fellowship between services, as well as for special worship services and other gatherings such as church picnics, musical events, labyrinth-walks, and receptions. The courtyard is open to the public throughout the week and provides an atmosphere of peace and serenity amidst the hustle and bustle of the city. 

Ellis hall

and the Parish House

Located in the Parish House, and renovated in 2014, Ellis Hall serves as our primary gathering space for large indoor events. In addition to Ellis Hall, the parish house is home to our commercial kitchen, adult formation classrooms, and other office and meeting spaces.

Pritchett Center

The first floor houses Bright Horizons pre-school, which doubles as nursery space on Sundays. The second floor is home to kids (grades K-5) and includes classrooms, large group spaces, a children's chapel, and rehearsal space for children's choirs.

The third floor, known as "The Attic, houses our youth ministry (grades 6-12). It includes large gathering spaces, a basketball court, pool and ping pong, a kitchen, and classrooms equipped with extensive tech.  We occasionally make this space available to outside groups for events, and retreats.

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Egleston Hall

Main Weekday Entrance

Completed in 1908, the historic Egleston Hall is home to our clergy and program staff offices, music suite, parish library and archives.  Egleston serves as the main entry point during the week and is accessible from the parking lot as well as the door directly across the archway from the church.

Tate Hall

Located on the Spring Street side of the campus, Tate Hall serves as a resources for the wider community. This building houses Threads clothing ministry, the 12-step recovery groups that meet at All Saints and the Covenant Community, a therapeutic residential recovery program for men. In addition, Tate Hall provides additional classroom space on Sunday mornings. 

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