Our Church campus is situated on a hill overlooking the beautiful Indian River lagoon. The five buildings serve as home to congregants, neighbors, guests, and visitors alike, as they engage in worship, service, outreach, fellowship and discipleship. The campus also has a large cemetery with mausoleums, two gardens, and an outdoor altar and large cross.

Church Building

This small Carpenter Gothic building, dedicated in 1899, seats 150. On entering the building, persons are usually amazed by the beauty and tranquility of the interior, with its stained-glass windows, wooden walls, and brass chandeliers.  All services on Sundays at 8 a.m. and 10 a.m., on Wednesdays at 10 a.m., weddings, funerals, concerts, and the like, take place in this building.

Houg Hall

The hall is used for fellowship events including Sunday morning coffee hour, meetings, receptions, tea parties, and suppers. It includes a kitchen and classrooms for the children’s Christian education programs.

Coffey Hall

Once the former rectory, Coffey Hall houses the Church and Cemetery offices. It also serves as a place for committee meetings and the Adult Christian Formation program. Coffey Hall is a hub of activity during the week, with office hours on Monday to Friday, from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m.

Thrift Shop

Located across the street from Houg Hall, and open Monday through Friday from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m., the Thrift Shop is the place to find gently used clothing, books, furnishings, household goods, and other items at very reasonable prices.

Bethany House

This building is home to the outreach ministry of the Bethany Ministries, which is offered by the Women’s Fellowship. The ladies produce quilts and tote bags for women and children in centers like SafeSpace.

The Gardens

The beautiful, award-winning gardens on the campus are situated to the south of the church building. They are used for outdoor services and other church events.

Conkling Cross and Altar

Dedicated in 1970, and situated to the east side of the church building, the huge outdoor “Alleluia” Cross and altar sits above the resting place of the seventh Bishop of Chicago and his wife.  The sunrise service on Easter morning and the service commemorating the faithful departed are held there.


All Saints’ Cemetery is a non-profit lawn cemetery offering options for burial plots, mausoleum and columbarium interments, and a Serenity Garden. Its caring and knowledgeable staff will be delighted to assist you.


The Mausoleums, which are situated next to the Serenity Garden, provide single and true companion crypts for caskets and niches for cremains.

Serenity Garden

The garden was created as a compassionate solution to provide a meaningful resting place for your loved ones choosing cremations. It is also a place where one can sit, pray or meditate.

Campus View along Dixie Highway

Image created by Hugh Holder

Campus View from Seaview Drive

Image created by Hugh Holder