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  • NEWSLETTER | All Saints

    Newsletters and Weekly Announcements All Saints produces a quarterly newsletter called "Saints Alive!" as well as weekly announcements. Both are distributed by email, but paper copies can be requested by calling the church office. Be sure to subscribe at the bottom of the page to stay connected with all of our weekly and quarterly publications. Weekly Announcements June 18, 2021 June 11, 2021 June 4, 2021 May 28, 2021 ​ May 21, 2021 May 14, 2021 ​ ​ "Saints Alive!" Newsletters Saints Alive Summer 2021 Saints Alive Lent 2021 Saints Alive Advent 2020 Saints Alive Fall 2020 Saints Alive Summer 2020 ​ Saints Alive Lent 2020 ​

  • HOME | All Saints Lutheran Church

    United as one in the body of Christ — in our faith, our worship, and our service to the community. COVID-19 Church Guidelines Worship Services Click here for the bulletin ​ Register for a Worship Service Events and Sign-ups VBS Registration Details All Saints Video Schedule (6/14 - 6/20 ) Find our videos on our YouTube Channel - Saints On High ​ Tuesday: Pastor's Bible Study, 9:30 a.m. Wednesday: Faith, Life, and the Future of All Saints: Authentic Diversity, 4:00 p.m. Sunday: Live-streamed Traditional Worship, 8:30 a.m.; Live-streamed Contemporary Worship 10:00 a.m. Our Mission To give glory to God, share the good news of Christ, and grow in expression of faith and discipleship. ​ Our Vision To transform people into servants of Christ through the good news of the Gospel. 2 Corinthians 5: 7 For we live by faith During this Pandemic... Click here for the bulletin ​ July 12-16, 2021 Sign Up

  • CALENDAR | All Saints

    All Saints Calendar See all that's happening this month at All Saints on the calendar below.


    Fellowship Groups Daily Morning Prayer Monday – Friday, mornings at 8:30 AM (Please check the calendar for current dates) ​ 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 ( ). MOCA (Mothers of College Adults) Third Thursday evenings at 7:00 PM (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 ( ). Mom's Day Out (Various Weekdays) September – May ​ All Saints continues to offer a cooperative child-care program for parents of young children ages 15 months (and walking) to 4 years. With several groups, parents in each group rotate responsibility for caring for their group’s children in the All Saints church nursery, on a selected weekday . The cost is $3 per child, and staying parents do not pay for that week. Each day’s group needs a minimum of 8 parent participants, and caps the number of children at 10. The program is not limited to members, so let your friends and neighbors know about this great outreach! ​ For more information or to participate, contact Ruth Ford ( ). "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 ( ). Seasoned Saints First Wednesday of the month (September – June) (Check 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. ​ For more information or to participate, contact Ruth Ford ( ). Yoga and Pilates (Check Calendar for all specific dates) ​ Yoga and Pilates classes are held at All Saints. See the calendar for current dates and times. For more information please contact 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 Director of Adult Ministries, Ruth Ford ( )

  • FESTIVALS | All Saints

    Seasonal Festivals at All Saints Our Summer Festival will be held on Sunday, July 18, 2021 at All Saints. Registration will be out soon!

  • PRESCHOOL | All Saints

    'Little Saints on High' Preschool Little Saints on High ​ Love. Respect. Nurture. Grow. For over 28 years, All Saints Preschool has provided quality part time programs for 3, 4, and 5 year-old children. The preschool is an outreach program of All Saints Lutheran church. For more information please visit our website or contact Preschool Director Suzy Eakin ( ).

  • CHILDREN | All Saints

    Children's Ministries All Saints offers Sunday School, First Communion, JAM (Jesus and Me), and VBS (Vacation Bible School), while finding new ways to partner with parents to raise faith-filled children who love Jesus. Sunday School Registration Here Sunday School Watch our Calendar for In-Person Sunday School and Take-Home Pack Pick-Up ​ All Saints utilizes Group's Simply Loved curriculum, which is lectionary based, with activities, songs, and videos. ​ —Monthly Sunday-School Offering— Pee-Wee Believers ​ Pee-Wee Believers (PB) is our newest youth group for students who are currently enrolled (at their school) in Kindergarten, 1st and 2nd grade. PB events are offered to provide opportunities for students to bond outside of Sunday School. Contact Lisa Brooks ( ) for all the details. ​ ​ JAM (Jesus and Me) ​ JAM is a youth group provided for 3rd, 4th, and 5th graders. JAM events are offered quarterly and provide opportunities for students to bond before their First Communion classes at the 5th grade level. In the past JAM events have been held at Star Lanes and Lazer Kraze. Contact Lisa Brooks ( ) for more information, or to participate. VBS (Vacation Bible School) ​ We offer a fun-filled week of VBS for 3-year-olds through 6th grade. This energetic week is filled with faith, friendships and fun that include Bible Stories, crafts, snacks, music and much, much more all in a Christ-centered environment. ​ Contact Lisa Brooks ( ) for more information or to register. * 2020's VBS has been cancelled due to the COVID-19 pandemic. Faith Milestones ​ All Saints provides several important "milestone" opportunities for young children to learn and grow in their faith. ​ These milestones include: • Baptism • Kindergarten • First Communion ​ Please contact Lisa Brooks ( ) or Lead Pastor Bonnie Gerber ( ) to learn more.

  • THE GATHERING | All Saints

    The Gathering (Contemporary Service) The Gathering's worship team leads the congregation in singing contemporary worship songs, every Sunday at 10 a.m. The worship team is comprised of volunteers playing a variety of instruments and singing, as well as running the sound system and song slides for the congregation. The Gathering's Worship Team ​ We are always on the lookout for vocalists and instrumentalists! Members of the worship team play as they are available, so there is often variety in instrumentation from week to week, and having "depth" at certain instruments is always welcome. We offer an "open-house" week (the last week of September), to invite those interested to see how our rehearsals run. –Rehearsals– Thursdays at 7:30 p.m. in the Parish Hall For more information, contact Director of Contemporary Worship, Alex Ford ( ).


    Faith Formation Team You’ve dreamed of how your child would grow, how they would become whatever they wanted to be. All Saints Faith Formation Team partners with parents to help you keep baptismal promises and nurture your child so that they may develop a relationship with Christ. Our hope is that your child is connected to Christ, you, and others in such a way that they are able to make good choices and be a person of faith and character. Please feel free to contact us to learn more about the Faith Formation Ministries at All Saints. Lisa Brooks , Director of Faith Formation Bio Rachelle Kramer , Faith Formation Team Bio

  • GLOBAL MINISTRY | All Saints

    Global Ministry Partnerships Jesus called on his disciples to go into all the world to "make disciples of all nations..." At All Saints, we fulfill the Great Commission through partnerships with many organizations doing ministry around the world. Bible Faith Lutheran Church of India ​ All Saints works with Bible Faith Lutheran Church (BFLC) of India, an independent confessional Lutheran church with headquarters in the southeastern Indian city of Guntur, about 40 miles from the Bay of Bengal. The BFLC supports various ministries including the Moriah Home (an orphanage with approximately 15 children) the Moriah School (a K-10th grade private Christian school), a seminary to train pastors, 42 Lutheran congregations in the State of Andrha Pradesh, and an annual Pastor's Symposium for area pastors. All Saints has supported various projects over the years, including providing the funding to build a new church building for the congregation in Nachugunta, India. Prior pastors and other members of the All Saints congregation have visited to support this important mission in sharing Jesus' love. ELCA World Hunger ​ As a member church of the Evangelical Lutheran Church in America, All Saints supports the ELCA's World Hunger ministry. Food For The Poor ​ All Saints works with this international organization on a number of projects, most often in Haiti, where All Saints' generosity has helped to fund housing and, recently, the Marchel Victory Garden, which will allow residents to grow their own food and extra to sell to supplement their incomes. ​ When we partner on projects with Food for the Poor, we’re not simply donating to people less fortunate than us. We’re restoring hope to families. We’re providing economic opportunity. We’re empowering young and old to provide for their families. We’re allowing people to dream of what’s possible. Lutheran World Relief ​ All Saints works with Lutheran World Relief on various projects, including Sew Sew Saints’ annual effort to provide quilts for people in troubled parts of the world. Our Justice Ministry is currently looking at other ways to encourage partnership. ​ We encourage our congregation to stay up to date on the organization, which works with partners in countries throughout the world to fight poverty. ELCA Global Church and Missionaries ​ As a member church of the Evangelical Lutheran Church in America, All Saints supports the ELCA Global Church and its missionaries. ​ The ELCA participates in The Lutheran World Federation, a community of 142 churches in 79 countries that are called to walk together, disciple, and restore communities. This community, the ELCA’s Global Church, endeavors to manage international ELCA relationships, listen and respond appropriately to companion churches, receive the gifts of Christian witness, fund and aid those who are victims of international disasters, call and prepare mission personnel, provide scholarships for international post-graduate study and tools, so that ELCA members may engage with the world. ​ All Saints specifically supports two ELCA missionaries: —John Rogers— John serves as a librarian and teacher in the Evanjelicke Lyceum in Bratislava, Slovakia. ​ —The Rev. David and Alicia Brondos— David serves as professor at the Seminario Luterano Augsburgo in Mexico City and his wife, Alicia, teaches English. Operation Christmas Child Collections accepted in October and November. ​ All Saints collects gift-filled shoe boxes in October and November every year to support this global ministry. With these shoe boxes, Operation Christmas Child brings joy, hope and the good news of God’s love to children in difficult situations around the world. Stop by the table in the hallway to pick up box labels and/or drop off your donation. We have sample boxes on the table to help provide ideas of what could be included in your shoe boxes. ​ On October 18, 2020 from 1:00 p.m. to 4:00 p.m. we'll be having a shoe box packing party at our Fall Festival , and we are collecting items to prepare! Click here to view a list of items that we need. ​ Helpful Tips to Remember: We can no longer put toothpaste or candy, of any kind, in the boxes There cannot be any kind of ornamentation on top of the boxes If wrapped, the box lid must be wrapped separately so the contents can be inspected and your $9 check for shipping can be applied.