All Saints Dallas

Radical Inclusivity, Profound Transformation. Come and See! Dallas, TX
All Saints Dallas

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Address
2733 Oak Lawn Ave
Dallas, TX 75219

Phone
972-755-3505

Website

Directions
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Who We Are

All Saints Dallas is a Christ centered, Bible teaching, Spirit filled liturgical church. We believe God reveals his love and draws us to worship Him through the Scriptures, the Sacraments and the Spirit, the three streams of a life giving church.

Here you can expect a rich, authentic worship experience and a thoughtful liturgy offering a connection to an ancient faith. We cherish the confidence that comes from historical connectedness, from theology that is not tied to the whims of contemporary culture but to apostolic-era understandings of Christian faith and practice.

Upholding the Biblical and historic essentials of the Christian faith, all of the teaching, preaching and worship seek to offer a vibrant, living relationship with Christ.

We rely on the Holy Spirit to lead, guide and empower our worship and work, believing that He operates today as He has throughout history.

We believe the Christian life is lived out in true community. We invite you to join us. Our prayer is that in our worshipping community you will encounter the living God who through the Holy Spirit leads, restores, heals and transforms our lives.

Anglican Christianity is rooted in the ancient faith and practice of the first century church, tracing its history through missionaries to the British Isles and the development of Celtic christianity early in the first millenium A.D.

Anglicanism upholds the authority of Scripture, is guided by Apostolic Tradition and is instructed by the English Reformation. Its essential statement of faith is expressed in both the Nicene and Apostles Creeds. It has received the English Book of Common Prayer, originally published in 1549, as its beautiful liturgical worship resource.

Driven by a missionary focus Anglican Christianity has been about the work of making disciples for centuries and has expanded into a global church.

You are welcome, come and see!

About Us

Denomination
Anglican

Size
Medium

Founded
2010

Contact

Address
2733 Oak Lawn Ave
Dallas, TX 75219

Phone
972-755-3505

Website

Directions
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Leadership

Philip Jones

Philip Jones

Philip Jones is the Senior Pastor of All Saints Dallas as well as the Apostolic Vicar of the Anglican Mission in the Americas (theamia.org). Philip was born and raised in Dallas. He practiced law in Waco, Texas for seven years before he was called to the ministry. He led churches in Marshall and El Paso, Texas and St. Andrew’s Church in Little Rock, Arkansas before returning to Dallas in 2010 to help launch and lead the church plant that became All Saints Dallas. His wife, Claudia Clinton Jones, is from Burnet, Texas. They have seven children and six grandchildren.

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  • I love that I came on the Invitation of my son, Isaac Vancil who said he thought I would like it.My wife Mimi and I immediately liked when Phillip greeted us. He said if your life is a mess then then you might like it here because all our lives are a mess. How refreshing! My life was a mess . We immediately loved the worship having been music and worship leaders back in the 70’s/ 80’s In interdenominational “charismatic churches” All Saints worship was like our ministry even to the set up and mix of hymns , New songs and and then some. We have been Anglicans for 37yrs. . I love the no pressure, bright and fresh Church services ( with windows!!!!!) I love that it rest upon the Blue Print of Christ and Him Crucified , no hype, no personal bias no bigotry! Wow!!! We actually love and respect all Belivers and I have not heard any Criticisism of other churches in 35 years, but rather praise for their work and devotion in Christ,Not in sermons nor fellowship nor in personal friendships.How refreshing!!! In our 70’s we enjoy the care we have received in home groups and other fellowship from the children to our peers.We are weekly sent off to love and serve The Lord ,after the Joyful Hallelujahs of the children , leading us adults. I love that We are allowed to think and grow and be our selves with liberty in Christ and the responsibility of believers to” Work out our own salvation with fear and trembling without policing or fear of bigotry. I like how that the worship and liturgy leaves no stone uncovered in the essentials of faith every week. I leave fulfilled and free of condemnation to serve the Lord. I love that the world in all it’s chaos and political battles have no place in the sanctuary of Christ’s Holy Presences. When the Temple of Moses in the the wilderness Was being built,God commanded that all the work be done out of ear shot of the Temple then brought reverently to be assembled at the temple site. A picture of New Testament Worship. Personally, I came there a very sick man weak in body and mind and continued to be through various illnesses and there was no pressure nor theories as to my illness. Especially the young adults surrounded me with love and respect no matter what. Need I say more. Yes, and the prayers of healing so effective but, as I asked for it at my digression. Not expected to live, I am now active , and progressing in vitality. Finally, All Saints is not perfect and does not claim the corner of the market, ,not in competition with anyone. Just sinners washed in The Blood and Saved by Grace in the Faith given to us byJesus Christ. Amen . (Great place for wounded warriors) Thank you for this opportunity to testify on behalf of our church and The Work of The Lord Jesus .
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