Welcoming all who believe, doubt, and seek.
For those who are searching for a deeper connection with Christ and a more authentic experience of Christianity, you have found a home at All Saints Church. We are a diverse congregation that seeks to embody the true spirit of Christ's love and acceptance. We believe in the importance of questioning and wrestling with faith, and we welcome people to explore their beliefs and share in this journey with us.
As the world changes rapidly. The church finds itself at a precipice. We can keep our traditions, styles, and preferences, and fall off the cliff, or we can read the culture and make maximum impact on the world in which we currently live. All Saints virtual community desires to earn the right to influence all who believe, doubt and seek. We want to serve and love our communities and neighborhoods with the life transforming power of Jesus Christ.
We want to imagine a community that future generations will want to stay connected to.
We want to be a community we are excited to introduce our friends to, and our friends want to engage with.
We want to be a place where people who don’t feel welcome today feel welcome tomorrow.
We love Jesus and the world for which he died.
We have a passion for those who don’t know Jesus yet.
We are a community for all who believe, doubt, and seek.
Finally, setting the stage for the future will require change, patience, and a renewed focus on discipleship. We see All Saints being in many homes, locally, regionally, and nationally. We desire to be in any place where people meet to be places of learning, equipping, and engaging our doubts. Furthermore, we want to change the culture from passivity to purpose, from one to many.
We believe in the one true God, eternally existent in three persons, creator of heaven and earth. We believe in the one Lord Jesus, begotten Son of God: fully God and fully man. We believe in one Holy Spirit, sent by Father and Son, who leads and empowers our life of faith.
We believe that because of humanity’s rebellion against God [sin], we are separated from Him.
We believe that Jesus suffered, was crucified, died, was buried and rose again. He then ascended to the Father’s right hand where he now reigns as Saviour of the world. Through his atoning sacrifice, humanity can now be reconciled to God.
We believe the Bible is the authoritative and trustworthy Word of God in all matters of life, faith and conduct.
We believe in the Church, the priesthood of all believers, the unity of all followers of Jesus empowered by the Holy Spirit. As the people of God, we are called to reflect God’s character to the world, through the proclamation of the Gospel, formation of disciples, caring for the marginalised and continual worship of God.
God created people in His image. Through His love, God invites us to share in His eternal life, worship Him and care for His creation.
We believe humanity is justified by faith in Jesus as Saviour and Lord.
Bill is passionate about creating space for authentic and meaningful discussion about the things of Jesus Christ, addressing the nuances of how Christianity shows up in our culture today, and challenging the status quo of American evangelicalism.
His sermons are known to be thought-provoking and invite listeners to wrestle with the gray areas of faith and biblical literature with love and acceptance understanding that everyone is at a different place in their spiritual journey. For those of us who believe and often doubt, Bill encourages us to continually seek our own relationship with Jesus.
In addition to the weekly podcast and community outreach, Bill is studying to complete his PhD in Oxford. His thesis is how the Church in Acts is structured as a rhizome.