All Saints’ Episcopal Church Welcomes You!

We are an intergenerational community of various talents, backgrounds, and life lessons.  We welcome the curious and the courageous, the seeking and the committed, the forgiving and those in need of forgiveness.  We strive to be disciples of Christ who are kind, merciful, and compassionate – in our church community and in the world.


COVID 19 Update October 2020

Churches are now allowed to have indoor services, limited to 20% of the maximum occupancy for the building.  At All Saints’ that means we can have 66 people in the church, which comfortably accommodates most of our services during the year.  We have taped off pews to maintain physical distancing, and everyone is required to wear a mask at all times.  Special procedures are in effect for partaking in communion and no wine is distributed.  We are holding one service at 10:30am each Sunday.  All are welcome!



The Reverend Patricia Sexton, Rector

1001 12th St. Cayce, SC 29033

Phone 803-796-5735 or 803-318-0833 (cell)


Sunday Service Times during the pandemic:

Holy Eucharist, Rite II: 10:30 AM – see notice above – masks required

Sunday School:
Adults: 9:15 AM (year round)  Cancelled for now – check back here to see if and when we will resume these classes.

Children: 9:30 AM (September-May)  Sunday School has currently been suspended through November.

Bible Study: Wednesdays at 11:00 AM (year round)   We have resumed Bible Study.  Masks and physical distancing in the Parish Hall are required.


Upcoming Events:

NOTE: Our traditional All Saints’ Day service with bagpipe and drum will take place on Sunday, November 1st at 9am, NOT 10:30am.  Also, that Sunday is Daylight Saving Time!

Sunday, November 29:  Annual Parish Meeting will be held in the the church directly following the 10:30am service.  Children will proceed to the Parish Hall during the meeting, and Advent and Christmas materials for families will be distributed to them.  Proposed amendments to By-laws will be emailed to all members and snail mailed to those without Internet access in October.














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