Welcome to All Saints-by-the-Sea! Whether you visit All Saints for the first time on a Sunday morning, attend one of our Wednesday night “Eventide” services or simply stop by on a weekday, we are glad you are here. We sincerely hope to extend to you the generous hospitality of God’s love.
Located in beautiful Santa Barbara, All Saints-by-the-Sea is a growing Episcopal Church made up of people seeking to deepen both their faith and friendships. Looking for a church home, friends or wanting to take that “next step” in pursuing a deeper faith? Needing to talk with someone? We would enjoy very much having a chance to meet you!
At All Saints, we believe that the heart of the Christian life is a relationship with God through Jesus Christ. And because God first loved us by reaching out to us in Christ, we reach out to others in love as well. Jesus taught that when we serve our neighbors — from those around the corner or those around the world — we're serving Christ too, and growing closer to Him.
At All Saints-by-the-Sea, we believe that being shaped after the image of Christ is not a one-time event or the product of an education class, but a rich, ongoing growth into the full humanity God desires for us.
Supporting one another through pastoral care, the sacraments of our church, weddings and memorials, All Saints will be there for you and your family. Please do be in touch with us as we walk as one as the Body of Christ.
As families come to worship at All Saints, we want all to feel welcomed and loved. Our Children & Family Ministry program strives to serve our church family by providing opportunities for Christian growth, service, and fellowship through high quality programs and special events.
Welcome to All Saints-by-the-Sea! Thank you for visiting - we are glad that you are here - and we hope you will find what you are looking for on our site. Please contact us if we can answer any questions!
On Sunday, March 26th, Bishop Diane Bruce will visit All Saints at both services. At the 10 a.m. service she will Confirm, Receive, and Reaffirm those who prepared for these sacraments. If you are interested[...]
Our early service is at 8 a.m. and features a hymn but no choir and is a Rite II service, which uses contemporary language that retains the majesty and reverence of traditional Anglican (or Episcopal)[...]
Beyond the words and thoughts of ordinary prayer, there is another way to encounter the Presence of God. It’s a deliberate intention to become still within and to simply hold ourselves open to God’s Presence.[...]
Sunday School starts again after summer vacation. We offer three classes with nearly fifty children registered covering Pre-School (ages 3 and up) through Eighth Grade. There is childcare for children three years old and younger. Sunday School[...]