All Saints' worship on a Sunday is rooted on the Eucharist.
It's been over 200 years since the first Anglican eucharist was celebrated in Rome. We continue this tradition at All Saints' to this day. We offer a quiet service of Holy Communion at 8.30 AM in the inspiring language of the Book of Common Prayer. We also have a sung parish Mass at 10.30 AM in modern language, accompanied by our choir, with hymns, Sunday School, and refreshments at the end. On the first and the fourth Sundays of the month, we use traditional language for the main service and a Marbecke setting of the Mass, other times we offer more contemporary but dignified styles of worship. We also keep the most important feasts of the Christian year.