The Episcopal Church in Portsmouth, Ohio since 1819

We are an open, engaged, and inclusive community from which members are called to restore all people to unity with God and with each other in Christ. We pursue this calling as we pray, worship, proclaim the Gospel, and promote justice, peace, and love.

Sunday Worship

Note:On Sunday, January 23, 2022, there will be ONE service at 9 a.m. Our annual congregational meeting will follow, immediately.

8 a.m., Holy Eucharist, Rite I

Traditional worship style, traditional language, without music

11 a.m., Holy Eucharist, Rite II

Traditional worship style, contemporary language, with music

We will continue making an online option available by webcasting our 11 a.m. services, and other seasonal services and events, to this website and to our Facebook page.

Are you new to worship in the Episcopal Church or to the Anglican tradition? Click here to learn about the differences between the rites (I or II) and what to expect when you visit.

All Saints’ Online Worship and Webcasts

Use this link to worship with us in realtime and to watch our most recently streamed service. Service bulletins are also available for download, here.

Virtual Café and Children’s Chapel

Gather with us each Wednesday at 6:30 p.m. in our Virtual Café for Christian fellowship and formation and Sundays at 10:30 a.m. for Children’s Chapel (we also gather in-person). The Virtual Café is a safe space, open to all people.

Pray the Daily Office Online

A group of Episcopalians (and those from other faith traditions) gather via Zoom, several times per day, to pray the Daily Office. Click here to pray the offices (morning prayer, noonday prayer, evening prayer, and compline) with others in the western hemisphere.

Not sure what the Daily Office is? Click here to learn more about this prayer tradition/discipline.

A Prayer for the Power of the Spirit Among the People of God

God of all power and love, we give thanks for your unfailing presence and the hope you provide in times of uncertainty and loss. Send your Holy Spirit to enkindle in us your holy fire. Revive us to live as Christ’s body in the world: a people who pray, worship, learn, break bread, share life, heal neighbors, bear good news, seek justice, rest, and grow in the Spirit. Wherever and however we gather, unite us in common prayer and send us in common mission, that we and the whole creation might be restored and renewed, through Jesus Christ our Lord. Amen.

Light a Candle

You can light a candle online to pray for yourself, for a loved one, or for a situation. Whatever is going on, make space to pray in your life.


All Saints’ is an open, engaged, and inclusive community from which members are called to restore all people to unity with God and with each other in Christ. We pursue this calling as we pray, worship, proclaim the Gospel, and promote justice, peace, and love.

  • All Saints’ Church will continue to host the American Red Cross blood drive on the last Tuesday of each month. Click here for more information.
  • The recovery community that regularly meets at All Saints’ has been largely displaced during the pandemic, but some meetings are available in-person and via Zoom. Please call the church’s office at (740)353-7919 for the updated schedule. We hope you will find these resources useful: online AA and recovery resources.


Presiding Biship Curry believes in us because he believes in the power of Jesus who offers us a unique path to travel as we follow Him.

An Invitation from Presiding Bishop Michael B. Curry to practice The Way of Love: Practices for Jesus-Centered Life

I pray that you, being rooted and established in love, may have power, together with all the Lord’s holy people, to grasp how wide and long and high and deep is the love of Christ, and to know this love that surpasses knowledge—that you may be filled to the measure of all the fullness of God. – Ephesians 3:17-19

In the first century, Jesus of Nazareth inspired a movement. A community of people whose lives were centered on Jesus Christ and committed to living the way of God’s unconditional, unselfish, sacrificial, and redemptive love. Before they were called “church” or “Christian,” this Jesus Movement was simply called “the way.”

Today I believe our vocation is to live as the Episcopal branch of the Jesus Movement. But how can we together grow more deeply with Jesus Christ at the center of our lives, so we can bear witness to his way of love in and for the world?

The deep roots of our Christian tradition may offer just such a path. For centuries, monastic communities have shaped their lives around rhythms and disciplines for following Jesus together. Such a pattern is known as a “Rule of Life.” The framework you now hold – The Way of Love: Practices for Jesus-Centered Life – outlines a Rule for the Episcopal branch of the Jesus Movement.

It is designed to be spare and spacious, so that individuals, ministry groups, congregations, and networks can flesh it out in unique ways and build a church-wide treasure trove of stories and resources. There is no specific order you need to follow. If you already keep a Rule or spiritual discipline, you might reflect and discover how that path intersects with this one. By entering into reflection, discernment, and commitment around the practices of Turn – Learn – Pray – Worship – Bless – Go – Rest, I pray we will grow as communities following the loving, liberating, life-giving way of Jesus. His way has the power to change each of our lives and to change this world.

Your brother in the Way of Jesus,

The Most Reverend Michael B. Curry, Primate and Presiding Bishop of the Episcopal Church

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Our building has been on the corner of Fourth & Court Streets, Portsmouth, OH, since 1833. Join us for worship or contact us if you'd like to arrange a tour.

All Saints’ Episcopal Church, 610 4th St., Portsmouth, OH 45662

All Saints' Episcopal Church, Portsmouth, OH