All Saints' Episcopal Church

​Saugatuck, Michigan

Upcoming Events

AA & Al-anon schedule


1:30 pm - AA


12 pm - AA

7 pm - Women's AA


12:30 pm - AA


8 pm - AA & Al-anon

All Saints' is always open for prayer and meditation

Message from the Rector

​G. Corwin Stoppel

​      All Saints’ follows the ancient tradition of observing the four weeks of Advent which lead up to Christmas.  In very practical terms, this means that we don’t rush from the end of Whitsuntide into Christmas.  Rather, we use these four weeks to spiritually prepare for the celebration of the birth of our Lord and Saviour.  It affords us the opportunity to reflect on our life, especially our sins and weaknesses so that we become increasingly aware of just how important Jesus is to us.  We sing hymns that emphasis waiting, watching, and preparing for that most holy of nights.     On Christmas Eve we embrace the joys of the birth of our Saviour.  Our church will be decorated and we will sing those beloved, glorious Christmas Carols.  Our doors will be open for the three services at 4:30, 7:30, and 10:30, and we encourage you to bring friends and family with you.  

A Grief Workshop

with Kristi Gillette

Meets Monthly on the first Monday of the month at 5:45 pm . This two hour workshop is free and open to the public; and is especially beneficial for anyone who has lost a close friend or loved one in the past few years.

Note: Our Next Workshop The workshop will meet on Monday October 3rd.


           4:30 PM           HOLY COMMUNION, RITE I

                     7:30 PM           HOLY COMMUNION, RITE II           

           10:30 PM           HOLY COMMUNION, RITE II

There will be no service on Christmas Day.


office hours

Fr. Cory Stoppel - Rector
Fr. Cory can be found in his office most mornings, Monday-Friday, from 8:30 a.m. until noon, or by appointment at 616-886-8007.

Rocky Kruithoff - Parish Administrator

8 a.m. - 12 p.m.
Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Friday

The Mission of All Saints' Episcopal Church is to love and serve the Lord and to love all others as ourselves by creating an atmosphere for worship; by promoting and providing opportunities for study, growth, fellowship and service; by encouraging stewardship; by recognizing and celebrating individual talents; and by appreciating differences while cherishing the oneness of the parish and the family of God through Jesus Christ.

Service Schedule


7 am - Coffee Hour
8 am - Holy Communion - Rite I

9 am - Adult Sunday School
10 am - Holy Communion - Rite II

10 am - Children Sunday School

11 am - Coffee Hour