We believe that true and healthy formation happens in and through Christian community balanced with our own life of devotion and intimacy with God.  Our shared prayer, common life, and sacramental worship are the primary resources we have for growth and grace.  As Anglicans, the Bible and the Book of Common Prayer (BCP) are the foundations of our prayer and worship, providing daily, weekly, and seasonal structure and orientation for our relationship with God and our life together as His Church.

That said, below you will find a small sampling of the wealth of orienting and equipping resources that we think are helpful as we journey together in the Way of Christ.

New to Daily Prayer?  Read this for an introduction.

Join All Saints for corporate daily prayer!  Here's more info.


The Book of Common Prayer 2019 (ACNA)

The Divine Hours by Phyllis Tickle

Celtic Daily Prayer by the Northumbria Community

Common Prayer: A Liturgy for Ordinary Radicals by Shane Claiborne & Jonathan Wilson-Hartgrove


The Daily Office - based on ACNA Book of Common Prayer (2019)

Daily Prayer App - based on ACNA Book of Common Prayer (2019)

Centering Prayer Mobile App

Pray As You Go


Daily Office Booklet from the Anglican Compass website - If you are new this is a great place to start!

The Daily Office - morning and evening prayer according to the Book of Common Prayer (2019)

Audio Daily Office from The Trinity Mission

Daily Prayer from Crossroads Anglican Mission

Pray As You Go

Contemplative Practices from Contemplative Outreach

Daily Prayer Podcast at Crossroads Abbey


rule of life

New to Rule of Life?  Bridgetown Church has put together a great introduction.  Check it out here.


Emotionally Healthy Leader with Pete Scazzero explores the paradigms and practices leaders need to transform their church culture and multiply deeply changed disciples.

Renovaré with Nathan Foster is a conversational podcast on spiritual formation, spiritual disciplines, and life with God.

Things Above with James Bryan Smith is a podcast for “mind discipleship” for those who want to set their minds on “things above” (Col. 3:2)—something good and beautiful and true, something excellent and and praiseworthy—to fill your mind with heavenly truths.


more about angLicanism

New to Anglicanism?  Start here.


Word & Table with Alex Wilgus and Stephen Gauthier; a weekly podcast about liturgy, sacrament, and the great tradition of Christian worship and why it is vital in our world today.

Always Forward - Anglican themes in general as well as ACNA church planting specific



Anglican Compass - All Things Anglican! There is a wealth of resources here!

Ten Books that have shaped All Saints' culture

Monk Habits for Everyday People by Dennis Okholm

Call to Commitment by Elizabeth O'Connor

Journey Inward, Journey Outward by Elizabeth O'Connor

The Rule of Benedict for Beginners: Spirituality for Daily Life by Wil Derkse

The Imitation of Christ by Thomas à Kempis

Practicing the Presence of God by Brother Lawrence

Emotionally Healthy Spirituality: It's Impossible to Be Spiritually Mature While Remaining Emotionally Immature by Peter Scazzero

The Good and Beautiful Series by James Bryan Smith

Sticky Faith (and others by these authors) by Dr. Kara E. Powell and Dr. Chap Clark

Anything by Thomas Merton, Dallas Willard & Timothy Keller


All Saints Holland is committed to shaping leaders for healthy, lifelong ministry. In addition to formal education, we believe disciples are made through the daily work of the Church. 

The All Saints Curacy is a residential program (typically a year-long) for individuals who have discerned a call to Holy Orders in the Anglican Church in North America (ACNA). Housing is provided within our core neighborhood. Over the course of the year, the curate works closely with the rector as well as a program supervisor. The rector is responsible for personal spiritual formation, while the program supervisor supports the curate in identifying and accomplishing vocational goals. The curate will join All Saints Holland in different aspects of parish ministry, as well as serving our neighborhood.

For more information, please reach out: