All Saints’ Episcopal Church is one of the oldest faith communities in the Episcopal Church in Southeast Florida, with over 125 years of dedicated worship, ministry, outreach, fellowship, and discipleship. The town of Jensen Beach dates back to 1881, when Danish immigrant John Laurence Jensen established his pineapple farm here.

The earliest reference to Episcopal activity in our region appears in the diary of the Rt. Rev. William Crane Gray, Bishop of the Missionary Jurisdiction of Southern Florida, who visited various settlements along the Indian River in 1893 and 1894. On January 23, 1894, Bishop Gray visited Eden, Florida, and preached in the local schoolhouse. Later that day, he walked three miles to Jensen Beach, where he delivered a sermon in the parlor of the Jensen Hotel.

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