There's a place 

 at the table for you. 

If you are looking for a place to come and find a home, there is room for you here.

We look forward to seeing you on a Sunday morning!




Looking for a church but not sure where to turn? We want to help you find a home. Our church is dedicated to gathering people into communion with Jesus Christ, one another, and the world -- we want to have some fun along the way! Click below to find out more and plan a visit.

Have kids or youth? We've got you covered. We have a ministry for you child birth through graduation. We love the little ones, and understand the importance of a safe environment for children to learn they have an important place at God's table.


On a Sunday morning you can expect to be welcomed warmly by our volunteers and staff. We engage in dynamic worship, an engaging sermon, and coming to the Lord's Table for communion each week. We can't wait to meet you!


Looking to get connected at church? We have plenty of opportunities for you here at out church, and we would love to help you find your place! Click the more info button to learn more about all the groups ASUMC has to offer.


All Saints UMC is where tradition and liturgy meet connection and inclusion, inviting all to a bigger table of worship, community, and love.


Check out the "New Here" page where you can find the answers to all your questions. If you have never been to our church before, come by this Sunday! We look forward to meeting you! 



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Our Welcoming Statement

All Saints’ United Methodist Church is committed to being a Christian community which seeks to reflect Christ in all aspects of our life together. As such a community, we welcome and value the sacred worth of every individual, without exception. We welcome individuals of every age, ability, race, color, creed, ethnicity, economic status, sexual orientation, gender identity, education level, marital status, nationality and country of origin. All are welcome at All Saints' United Methodist Church, where we strive to follow the greatest commandments: to love God and to love our neighbor.

ASUMC is proud to be a United Methodist Lighthouse Congregation

Lighthouse Congregations are local churches in The North Carolina Conference that are particularly equipped and willing to be a caring and hospitable place that welcomes anyone whose church has closed or disaffiliated. If you find yourself in these circumstances, a Lighthouse Congregation may be just what you need to fulfill your desire to remain United Methodist. Consider these faith communities a resting place, with people who will care for you while providing a haven of peace and grace.

Lighthouse Congregations will be committed to the following:
(1) Worship: Providing worship opportunities whether online or in person. These services should be intentional about engaging and welcoming new people into the fold.
(2) Discipleship: Creating space to learn and grow, through small group gatherings, Bible studies and prayer opportunities.
(3) Mission: Inviting fellow United Methodists into opportunities to serve through hands on ministries. This can include things like backpack ministries, community gardens, literacy and C4C programs, or anything that involves making a difference and sharing the love of God with others.
(4) Sacrament: Communion will be offered at least one Sunday a month, but also may include invitations to communion outside of traditional worship such as mid-week gatherings and in small groups.
(5) Pastoral Care: Offering care such as hospital visits, gatherings at coffee shops, and finding ways to be available to those who are in need of pastoral care. This is not just the responsibility of the pastor, but includes ways in which the congregation may engage in visitation ministries, meal trains, and communications ministries.