Much has happened at All Saints Church since it was established as a place of worship for summer residents of Bay Head more than 125 years ago. In fact, much has changed at All Saints since October 2012, when the church building was ripped from its foundation and the rectory was rendered uninhabitable by Hurricane Sandy.
Under the leadership of our new rector, the Rev. Robert A. Nagy, we are continuing to celebrate our rebirth. And, we are reconsidering how we define "community," what our mission and goals will be going forward, and why the unique character of this parish—its fellowship and resilience—are so important to us and to our neighbors in Monmouth and Ocean counties, across New Jersey, and around the world.
We have sought to create a welcoming environment paired with a loving outreach ministry. By creating programs for people of all ages, we help our members come together in faith and in everyday life. As we continue our recovery beyond the physical church, we invite all resourceful, imaginative, inquisitive, or energetic newcomers to join us and "pitch in" on our journey.
If you are joining us in worship for the first time, please introduce yourself to the ushers and join us at Coffee Hour following 10:15 service on Sunday. We'd love to meet you and answer any questions you may have about becoming a member of All Saints Church!
For more information, please call the Church Office (732-892-7478) Monday through Friday from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m.