Our Mission: All Saints Lutheran Church is a Christ-centered caring congregation welcoming all and proclaiming the gospel through worship, witness, and service in Jesus' name.
We are a welcoming community of disciples seeking to grow in faith and in our impact for Christ’s mission in the world. All Saints is a congregation of the South Carolina Synod of The Evangelical Lutheran Church in America. Our congregation thrives on the active involvement of our members in all areas of our ministry and mission. Visitors will find that friendliness and inclusiveness characterize the spirit of our congregational community as we seek to grow as disciples in Christ through prayer, worship, generosity, community and service. We would love the opportunity to meet you this Sunday. Please join us!
All Saints was organized in 1975 under Mission Developer Rev. William Earle Stone. Not long after Hurricane Hugo, the congregation moved to its current location. The current worship space was built by Mission Builders and was dedicated on September 20, 1992.
What is a Lutheran?
Lutherans are Christians who profess our faith in God the Father, Son and Holy Spirit. We worship One God in Three Persons who was revealed to us through Jesus Christ. We uphold the teachings of Martin Luther, who taught Sola Gratia (Grace Alone) + Sola Fide (Faith Alone) + Sola Scriptura (Scripture Alone). Luther wanted all people to know the all-encompassing grace of God who forgives and welcomes all saints and sinners. Because we are forgiven and loved, we are called to a life of faith, hope and love for our neighbor, in gratitude for what we have been given.
As Lutheran Christians, we seek to:
- Worship God through praise and our daily living
- Learn more about our faith through the study of God’s Word
- Witness to the Good News of God in Christ, and
- Serve one another and our neighbors in need
All Saints is part of the Evangelical Lutheran Church in America (ELCA), a denomination with about 4 million members in nearly 10,000 congregations across the United States, Puerto Rico and the U.S. Virgin Islands. We follow the traditional pattern for worship, called “liturgy,” and enjoy a variety of praise music and hymns. Visit the ELCA website to learn more.
Where do I fit in (even if I don’t know what I believe)?
Faith is a journey. We are all at different stages in our lives and different places in our faith. We believe that God’s grace is real for you today. Come discover what that means.