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Fellowship Groups


Daily Morning Prayer

A small prayer group that meets each week, and uses an abbreviated version of Luther's Order for Morning Prayer (pp. 293 in the ELW Hymnal). These meetings don't include any of the singing, only a reading from the Psalm and two Scripture readings based on the Daily Readings for that day. We also focus our daily prayers around a different theme for each day: 

  • Monday - the church and its mission

  • Tuesday - individuals/families in need of care

  • Wednesday - the nation, the world, and its leaders

  • Thursday - care for God's creation
    To learn more, please contact Rick Bradley (

(Mothers of College Adults)

(Check Calendar for all specific dates)

MOCA (Mothers of College Adults) is a group of women from All Saints who have children in college (and beyond). They get together on the third Thursday of most months at 7 p.m. to enjoy dinner (or an appetizer) and a drink, at various surrounding restaurants. It’s a way to stay connected and to share fellowship with others in a similar phase of life.

For more information please contact Lisa Brooks (


The Welcome Table
–Free Monthly Meal–

Last Tuesday of every month, 5:30–6:30 PM

(Check Calendar for all specific dates)

The Welcome Table is a free meal offered to the congregation and community to foster friendship and fellowship. Different groups within the church take turns preparing a meal with support from the congregation when needed. Join us this month!


For more information, please contact our staff at

Yoga and Pilates
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Yoga and Pilates classes are held at All Saints each month. See the calendar for current dates and times.


For more information please contact Jane Karras at

You can also watch Jane's yoga lessons from home using these videos:


Seasoned Saints

First Wednesday of the month (September – June)
Calendar for all specific dates)

Seasoned Saints welcomes people of all ages and is open to anyone who has the flexibility to join us for a luncheon, although it is most often aimed at those who are retired. It encourages social connection and gives the opportunity to learn about topics of all sorts — from history to religion to social issues — and sometimes just to have fun. 

Sign-up sheets are posted on our bulletin board in the Gathering Area each month.

"Pray For Me" Campaign

In November 2019, All Saints launched the "Pray for Me" Campaign, connecting church members across generations with thoughtful prayer.

Research shows that youth who remain connected to their church flourish in their faith, beyond high school, and had multiple adult believers (Prayer Champions) intentionally investing in their lives.


To learn more — or to become a "Prayer Champion"— please contact Lisa Brooks (

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