All Saints holds a unique position among Saskatoons Anglican churches. For over half a century, it has been a parish which has cherished the High Church traditions of catholic Anglicanism. Having set out from its beginnings to implement the principles of doctrine and worship that were re-discovered and returned to the Anglican Church by the "Oxford Reformers" of the mid-19th century, All Saints continues in this path, using the Canadian Book of Common Prayer (1962) and the Book of Common Praise (1938) for all of its regular services.
In addition to our heritage of reverent worship and fine music, spiritual development and social outreach are our primary concerns. Please explore these pages to discover more about our connections to the community, the University, and the world, and to learn about our people, our worship, and our music.