There are a number of ministry areas at All Saints Anglican Church and lots of ways to volunteer and get involved. We aim to know God better, to encourage one other in the Christian life, to share the good news of Jesus with others, to love people in our local community, and to participate in God's global mission.

There are several weekly services at All Saints Clayton; see here for details about service times. While services differ in style and emphasis, there are several core characteristics that we think are important. These include hearing the Bible explained and applied, praying together, and mutual fellowship and encouragement.

Special services are held around Easter, Christmas, and New Year’s Eve. Baptisms and confirmations, and funeral and wedding services, are convened as required.

We meet in small(er) groups during the week to read and apply the Bible to our lives, pray together, and encourage each other as we follow Jesus. Groups are based around various ages, cultural networks, ministry focuses, and geographical/locational considerations. Our aim is to encourage everyone in the church to discern, develop, and exercise their gifts in ministry and mission, and to equip leaders who can train others.

Dixon House provides activities and programs to increase equity and justice and build community capacity in our society. It exists for people from a diverse range of ages, cultures, and backgrounds, so that they can support one another and learn and celebrate together. Dixon House programs run during school term times, apart from emergency relief, which continues throughout all the year except for a short break from the middle of December to late January. While Dixon House operates independently of All Saints Clayton, it has close historical ties to the church, and many volunteers are from the church. For further information, see the website for Dixon House.

Age-specific activities for children (3–11) are provided during the Sunday 10 am service. A creche area is set up in the foyer and managed by parents.

The youth group at All Saints Clayton currently meets three Sundays of the month during the 10 am Sunday service for a Bible study, typically working through a particular book of the Bible, and gathers once a month for a social event and topical discussion.

There are a variety of other events and activities at All Saints Clayton, including a group for enquirers into Christianity, a fellowship for men, inter-church networks and ministries, lunches for seniors, aged-care ministries, and so on.