All Saints’ Episcopal Church is located at 107 Curry Street, three blocks east of the Square in downtown West Plains. West Plains has a population of approximately 12,000 citizens and is the county seat of Howell County in south-central Missouri. Howell County boasts a growing population of approximately 40,000 citizens. West Plains has become one of the largest towns within a 100-mile radius across southern Missouri and northern Arkansas.

West Plains has something for everyone. Local businesses enjoy economic growth and activity from the entire region. Retirees with simpler goals have chosen to spend the best years of their lives here. Newcomers enjoy a thriving job market, affordable housing, and a decent, safe place to raise their children. And, vacationers seduced by the abundance of outdoor activities return year after year to immerse themselves in the soul-soothing beauty of the Ozarks.

Everyone is welcome here. The people of West Plains are warm, the economy is growing, the climate forgiving and the landscape is nothing short of spectacular. More information regarding West Plains can be found at

All Saints is part of The Diocese of West Missouri. located in Kansas City, Missouri. Our Bishop is the Rt. Rev. Diane M. Jardine Bruce.

Fr. James and Laural Harris. The Installation of the Rev. James Harris as Priest in Charge, All Saints’ Episcopal Church, West Plains, Missouri.

Established in 1890, The Diocese of West Missouri consists of a community of 10,000 members, 47 congregations, a hospital, day schools, a college chaplaincy, a retirement community, and a nursing center. More information about The Diocese of West Missouri can be found at

Celebrating diversity with extravagant hospitality ~
All Saints’ Episcopal Church welcomes you!


Sunday Worship: 9:30 a.m. Holy Eucharist Rite I
Followed by Coffee Fellowship

Wednesday Noonday Prayer at Noon
Followed by a hot lunch in the refectory

News from the Episcopal Churches of West Missouri

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