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About Us

About Our Church

Welcome to All Saints', where we have been sharing and celebrating the story of God's love for us for well over 100 years. We has been a part of the community of Bayside (part of the City of New York in the borough of Queens) since 1892 when our founding families realized the vision of providing a place of worship for Episcopalians in Bayside. Today, we are the stewards of the beautiful buildings, and carry on the vision of providing a church home for all who seek a place of grace and peace in their lives. Our congregation reflects the wonderful diversity of Queens. People of many cultures, from all walks of life, and from many Christian denominations have come to call All Saints' their own. On any given Sunday, you are likely to have something or many things in common with the person in the next pew or at Coffee Hour.


For many people, walking into a new church for the first time can be a formidable experience, full of wonder but also full of uncertain ties. All Saints’ is more than a lovely  building; it is a loving and growing family.  Everyone that passes through our doors is welcome here.  You do not need to be born into the Episcopal tradition, nor do you need to be someone of much religious background or church experience.  Our worship is unique, but it reaches out to a great variety of people on many different levels.  We hope that your first experience at All Saints’ will be a pleasing and one that you will not forget, but most importantly we hope that you feel welcome here. If you are searching for a parish, we would like All Saints’ to be a community you can call your church home.  If you are visiting, we love having you with us and hope that you visit us often and feel very comfortable and very much at home.



Because we are an Episcopal parish, we are part of something larger than ourselves. We are a member of the Episcopal Diocese of Long Island, and therefore a member of the Episcopal Church in the United States of America, which makes us part of the world-wide Anglican Communion. On Sundays, we celebrate the Holy Eucharist at 8:00 and 10:00 AM. The 8:00 AM service is a spoken Rite I liturgy with very traditional language. The 10:00 AM service is a Rite II liturgy in contemporary language with full choir, organ and hymns. The Church School meets at 9:45 am, then joins us during the second half of the 10:00 service. We celebrate most major Holy Days at 7:30 PM in the evening.

Service Times & Directions

Weekly Services

Tuesday:  12:15 pm  Holy Eucharist & Healing Service

Sunday:       8:00 am Holy Eucharist Rite I

                      9:45 am Sunday School

                    10:00 am Holy Eucharist Rite II

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214-35 40th Avenue
Bayside, NY 11361
(718) 229-5631