Newcomers at All Souls come in all varieties. From cradle Episcopalians recently moved to the Asheville area, to music or art lovers who first came to All Souls for a concert or presentation, to folks who have never been to church before and are simply curious, All Souls (as the name implies) takes all comers.
Regardless of why you are here, Welcome. We hope that browsing this website will help you learn more about this community, its ministries, and how we gather, worship, and understand our place in the history of people called to gather in Christ’s name.
Please introduce yourself to us when you join us for a service or parish event or get in touch using the contact info below. We look forward to meeting you, and once again, welcome.
From I-40, take Exit 50B to Rt. 25 North (Biltmore Avenue). Follow Rt. 25 through 2 traffic lights. Stay in the right lane. The Church is on the right, just beyond Bank of America, at the corner of Rt. 25 and Angle Street. It is located in Biltmore Village.
From West of Asheville
From I-40, take Exit 50 to Rt. 25 North (Biltmore Avenue). At the exit ramp traffic light, turn left and follow Rt. 25 through 2 more traffic lights. Stay in the right lane. The Church is on the right, just beyond Bank of America, at the corner of Rt. 25 and Angle Street. It is located in Biltmore Village.
Street parking is available on Swan Street, Angle Street, All Souls Crescent, Boston Way, Kitchen Place, Biltmore Plaza, and Sweeten Creek Rd (Alt 25). Additionally, the parking lots of Wells Fargo Bank on Swan Street, the State Employees Credit Union on All Souls Crescent, and Bank of America on All Souls Crescent are available to visitors on Sundays.
PLEASE NOTE: Please do not park in any of the Wells Fargo drive-through lanes on Sunday.
Contact or Visit
The Cathedral of All Souls is open to visitors Monday through Friday from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m., with volunteer docents from Spring through Christmas to answer questions.
The Cathedral offices (immediately across the street next to Wells Fargo) are open Monday through Friday from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m., or you can reach us using the contact info below.
“The object of pilgrimage is not rest and recreation. To set out on a pilgrimage is to throw down a challenge to everyday life.” - Huston Smith “Pilgrimage is a way of travel that orients lives of faith.” …