All Saint's Anglican Church

Barracks Road, Hillsborough, North Carolina

     

The Most Rev. Stephen C. Reber, Rector
  
Schedule of Services 1st and 5th Sundays
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Holy Communion and Sermon 11:00 AM
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2nd, 3rd & 4th Sundays Morning Prayer and Sermon 11:00 AM
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History of All Saints' Anglican Church (UECNA)

Charles Courtney Tew entered The Citadel at its opening in 1842, and graduated first in his Class in 1846. He founded the Hillsborough Military Academy in 1859. This building is a part of the School, as is the frame building to the west and the brick residence to the East, across the street. The Mists of time have obscured the original use of the building but it is thought that it may have been the chapel for the school.

In 1991 this building was in deplorable condition but Frank Frederick, an experienced builder (and former Clerk of the Superior Court) gave the opinion that it could be restored. As a consequence and in reliance on his opinion work was begun and on Christmas Eve 1992 the first service was held. Services have been held every Sunday since at 11:00 AM.


About us:
The United Episcopal Church of North America embraces the divine truth that Jesus Christ is Lord and Savior and the Supreme Head of His Holy Body; the Church. Its members hold fast to nineteen centuries of life in the Spirit proclaimed by the Apostles' teaching and fellowship. We hold firmly to the truths of God's plan for man proclaimed
in the authoritative Holy Bible. We also affirm that the 1928 Book of Common Prayer reflects the Bible on worship and teaching. The Articles of Religion contained in the Prayer Book stand in defense against man's attempt to alter God's truth.

We are evangelical and catholic in scope and embrace the broad base of ceremonial practice inherent in the Historic Anglican Communion. We offer you the chance to worship your Lord Jesus Christ in peace, honor and dignity.

About Our Rector
The Most Reverend Stephen  C. Reber is the Bishop-Rector of All Saints' Anglican Church in Hillsborough, North Carolina.

Bishop Reber is the Presiding  Bishop of the United Episcopal Church of North America. He has served as the rector of All Saints' since 1990 and resides in Statesville, NC.

Contact Information
The Most Reverend Stephen C. Reber Sr.
614 Pebblestone Ct.
Statesville, NC 28625
Phone and Fax:
(704) 871-0272 or (800) 782-9344

Or Contact
Mr. H. Carlton McKee, Jr.
210 E. Corbin Street
Hillsborough, NC 27278
Phone: (919) 732-4527