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We're Glad You're Here

Wherever you find yourself on your spiritual path, know that you belong here. Take a deeper dive into who we are by exploring our website. Our community extends a warm invitation for you to join us in worship or in contributing to our shared mission.


What We Believe

All Souls’, a warm and welcoming community, actively seeks to invite God’s people into ministry. We regularly greet newcomers after each service and our robust Coffee Hour is an effective avenue for fellowship and inclusion. Wearing parish nametags is expected!

Who We Are

All Souls’ has a long and rich history of fun and fellowship. As a parish, we love to get together on a social basis to share our personal lives, stories, and God’s gifts of friendship and community. During the year, we have multiple gatherings to accomplish this, all of which include plenty of food and drink.


How We Serve

We put our faith into action as an outward and visible sign of God’s transforming grace working in and through us. Simple acts of kindness, generosity and loving compassion make a difference in the lives of those we serve as well as our own lives. Following Christ’s teaching, we have more than a dozen ways in which we engage in community pastoral care. We minister to the homeless, hungry, seafarers, military, battered women living in a safe house and needy school children on both sides of the border.

How We Worship

Regular Sunday worship at All Souls' is the celebration of Holy Eucharist. We are a liturgically traditional parish which follows the 1979 Book of Common Prayer and maintains the rituals of the church which have been celebrated by Christians for nearly two millennia. The service includes readings from scripture, a sermon, and prayers. All these build up to the sacrament of Holy Communion at which we share the bread and wine, which we understand to be the real presence of Jesus Christ.

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All people are welcome at our worship services, including children of all ages. We have several options for families with young children. If your little ones need a way to keep their hands busy while they participate in worship, there are "Play & Pray Bags" available at the back of the church, feel free to bring them into the pews with you. We also provide an age-appropriate component to our worship, which we call Small Souls. It is available to children on all Sundays save for the third Sunday of each month (which is Family Sunday). In Small Souls, the children will hear an age-appropriate sermon and offer prayers together prior to rejoining their families before communion. Finally, If you prefer, we provide nursery care for children up to age 6. The nursery is open from 7:30 am to 12:30 pm every Sunday, and it is staffed by qualified professionals who have completed Safeguarding God's People training. The nursery is located just inside the door in the building by the flagpole.

  • Where are you located?
    We're located in Point Loma, San Diego at 1475 Catalina Blvd, San Diego, 92107
  • Is there parking?
    We have designated visitor parking spaces, and it is accessible from Chatsworth Blvd. Greeters will welcome you at the front of the church and ushers will provide the service bulletin. Feel free to sign the guest register on the way into the church, it will be right inside the front doors.
  • Where is the entrance?
    The entrance is facing Catalina Boulevard through the blue doors.
  • Is there a dress code?
    Attire ranges from beach casual to coat and tie. Whatever you feel comfortable wearing is fine! If you have any questions, please feel free to contact one of our ushers or seek out a member of the clergy or vestry following the service. And remember, no matter where you are in your spiritual journey, you are welcome here.
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For questions about All Souls', contact Father Douglas

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1475 Catalina Blvd,

San Diego, CA 92107

(619) 223-6394

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