Experience the Timeless Beauty of Traditional Worship

Are you searching for a spiritual home that embraces the rich traditions of liturgical worship? Look no further! All Saints' United Methodist Church warmly invites you to join our vibrant community.


Discover the Difference of a Highly Liturgical Experience

At All Saints' UMC, we cherish the timeless beauty of traditional worship. Our services are carefully designed to engage your heart, mind, and soul, as we journey together in faith. With a deep reverence for God and a commitment to honoring the sacraments, we offer a sacred space where you can find solace, inspiration, and renewal.



Immerse Yourself in Communion Every Week

For those seeking a deeper connection with Christ, we celebrate Holy Communion every week. It is a powerful and transformative experience that strengthens our bond with God and one another. As we partake in the bread and the cup, we are reminded of Christ's sacrifice and the abundant grace that is available to all.

A Welcoming Community of Faith

All Saints' UMC is more than just a place of worship; it's a family of believers who genuinely care for one another. Our diverse congregation spans different ages, backgrounds, and walks of life, united in our shared love for God and His people. Here, you will find a warm and inclusive community where you can build meaningful friendships, find support, and grow spiritually.

Nurturing the Next Generation

We believe in the importance of passing down our cherished traditions to future generations. Our dedicated youth and children's ministries provide a nurturing environment where young hearts can discover their faith, explore their gifts, and develop a strong foundation in Christ.

Come as You Are, Everyone is Welcome

No matter where you are on your spiritual journey, we invite you to join us at All Saints' UMC. Whether you've been a lifelong follower of Christ or are just beginning to explore your faith, our doors are open wide for you. Come as you are, with all your questions, doubts, and hopes. You will find a supportive community ready to embrace you with love and understanding.

Take the Next Step Towards a Meaningful Liturgical Experience


Plan Your Visit to learn more about our worship services, ministries, and events. We invite you to join us this Sunday and experience the rich tapestry of liturgical worship at All Saints' UMC. Together, let us draw closer to God, deepen our faith, and live out the transformative power of His love.



The mission of ASUMC is Gathering people into communion with Jesus Christ, one another, and the world.

We do this through three primary ways:

- Gathering into communion with Jesus Christ through weekly worship and daily prayer.

- Gathering into communion with one another through discipleship opportunities such as small groups, youth group, and Bible studies.

- Gathering into communion with the world through various mission projects, community outreach and connectional church financial contributions.


Almighty and everlasting God,
whose sacred communion is the source of all life and whose divine  communication imparts all love;

Grant that we might hear and answer your call to join in communion with you in order to receive new life, with each other in order to share in your grace, and
with your world in order to offer your love and healing to all creation.


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.


We value Scripture, Tradition, Reason, and Experience as sources of guidance and inspiration.

The study of Holy Scripture - with consideration given to tradition, reason, and Christian experience - directs our course and helps us to navigate the challenges of life in the sure knowledge of God’s redeeming love for all creation.

We value the holy sacraments of baptism and communion

Each is a means of grace and is central to our shared life at All Saints’. Baptism initiates us into Christ’s holy church, making strangers and friends into members of the family of Christ. Holy Communion nourishes us for our life of discipleship in the world and reminds us that in Christ, no matter our individual differences, we are one. Gathering around the baptismal font and the eucharistic table are essential acts, drawing us into the Communion of Saints - past, present, and future.

We value community.

We believe that life with God is not a solitary journey but one that can only thrive when shared with others. We cherish the community we have at All Saints’; with our local neighbors, including nearby churches, schools, philanthropic organizations, and individuals; and with the entire world. Acknowledging that many have been wounded by the Church universal, we believe that God can work through us to help heal those wounds and to break down barriers that exclude or discourage any person from participating fully in our community. All God’s people are welcome as we grow in diversity and hospitality.

We value the
ministry of all

As members of the Body of Christ and the priesthood of all believers, we recognize that God has bestowed each person - lay and clergy alike - with gifts, talents, skills, and resources to be used for the good of the community. We understand the importance of identifying and celebrating those gifts as we prepare people for Christian service and wise stewardship of all God has entrusted to us. All are called to serve the Lord, and we cherish the opportunity to affirm and nurture people at every stage of life as they discern their individual and collective calls. We especially appreciate the unique ministry talents of children, of youth, and of adults.

We value corageous ministry

We value ministry that responds to the needs of our local community and the world, embodying the Gospel and our church’s mission, even when that requires us to step outside of our comfort zone. Following Jesus requires us to be bold in serving him in every circumstance. We are not afraid to try new things, evaluate outcomes, and alter our course when appropriate.

We value growth.

We believe that disciples of Jesus Christ should strive to grow in communion with him, one another, and the world. We recognize that such growth is measured in multiple ways, such as depth of individual faith, level of committed engagement beyond weekly worship, and number of members. Faithful and intentional growth of our ministries will increase All Saints’ level of impact, both in the lives of our members and in the lives of those in our surrounding community and world.



All Saints’ United Methodist Church held its first worship service on All Saints Sunday 2007 in the Brier
Creek Community Center and was chartered by the North Carolina Conference of the United Methodist
Church in June, 2013.


Rev. C. Greg Moore was the founding pastor. In 2015 All Saints’ UMC merged with Bethesda United Methodist Church.


In late 2016, All Saints’ UMC moved into its new buildings at
the current location.


Rev. Chae Albright

Lead Pastor

Chae is our Lead Pastor and gathers people into communion with Jesus Christ through the four-fold office of Word (preaching and teaching), Sacrament (presiding over and inviting others into the sacraments), Order (leading the staff and leadership team), and Service (helping cast and clarify vision). Chae graduated from UNC-Chapel Hill and Duke Divinity School. He and his wife Whitney enjoy traveling and family time with their two young sons and two dogs.

Christen Borrello

Preschool Executive Director

Christen is the Director and Lead Teacher for our Preschool, which meets during the week at the ministry center. Christen is originally from Springfield, Virginia. She received a BS in Sociology from Virginia Tech, and a Masters of Education, Preschool through Elementary, from Marymount University. She has taught at various preschools and elementary schools over the past 23 years. Christen loves living in North Carolina with her husband, her son and daughter, and their two little dogs.

Sue Ellen Nicholson

Minister of Administration and Operations

Sue Ellen helps to facilitate the daily operations of the church and supports the pastoral and program staff. Sue Ellen also supports the church leadership teams in their various ministries. She is originally from Rocky Mount, NC and has a BA in Accounting from NC State University and a Masters of Divinity from Duke Divinity School.

Chris Johnson

Minister of Music and Liturgy

Chris grew up in St. Augustine, Fla. He attended Florida State University and majored in French Horn. For over 25 years, Chris has served churches leading traditional and contemporary music in Florida, Georgia, and North Carolina. Chris is a published composer of handbell and vocal music as well as Christian praise music. In addition to music, Chris enjoys playing board games and painting miniatures. For Chris, church music helps us to sing together, laugh together, cry together, pray together, and most importantly, worship together. Church music is a way to reach those who have not known the love of God, and to introduce them to the fellowship of the church.

Rachel McKelvy

Minister to Children and Youth

Rachel is our Ministry Intern with a focus on Children and Youth Ministry. She is a Master of Divinity student at Duke Divinity School. Rachel is from Hartselle, Alabama and married to her high school sweetheart, Colin Boggs. Her undergraduate degree is from Birmingham-Southern College. She is a lifelong United Methodist and has always been very involved in the life of the church. Rachel is deeply passionate about the full inclusion of all people into the Body of Christ, and aims to be about the work of making the church the best version of itself that it can be.

John Drymon


John recently joined the ASUMC Team!