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- WORSHIP STYLES | All Saints
Worship Styles at All Saints During this unprecedented time, the mission of All Saints is to be united as one in the body of Christ, in our faith, our worship, and our service to the community. While All Saints typically gathers in two distinct styles of worship, in this time we believe it’s especially important to gather as one worshiping community, incorporating both styles of worship. Our current worship service is livestreamed every Sunday at 8:30 a.m. on our Saints On High YouTube Channel. Our health guidelines during this pandemic also allow for two concurrent worship services, both at 10 a.m. on Sundays. See our page for sign-ups and availability for these in-person services. HOME Traditional Worship Held in the Sanctuary, 8:30 a.m. and 10:00 a.m. Our weekly traditional worship services feature music from our choirs and members of the congregation. We follow the liturgical calendar outlined in Evangelical Lutheran Worship, but we also change things up for special services. Contemporary Worship Held in the Parish Hall, 10:00 a.m. Our contemporary worship service, called The Gathering, offers the best in modern Christian music. The Word for the service is narrative-based, allowing those in attendance to follow along with the story.
- PRESCHOOL | All Saints
'Little Saints on High' Preschool Little Saints on High www.littlesaintsonhigh.com 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 or contact Preschool Director Suzy Eakin ( ). website email@example.com
- CHOIRS | All Saints
Choirs at All Saints All Saints has plenty of wonderful opportunities to participate in music, from vocal choirs, to soloists, to handbell choirs. To learn more, please contact our Director of Music Ministry and Worship, Lauren Grangaard ( ). firstname.lastname@example.org Virtual Choir All Saints Virtual choir is comprised of singers who enjoy the art of singing and choral community. They prepare classical choral works for the Sunday livestream worship services during the choir season. Virtual Meetings and Rehearsals Wednesdays; Labor Day to Pentecost (September through May) Virtual Rehearsal Details Handbell Choir The Hand Bell Choir at All Saints is a jubilant group of mixed-age ringers. The group enjoys performing a varied repertoire of music and always welcomes new ringers and those who are interested in learning to play the bells. The choir prepares an anthem for one worship service a month during the choir season. Virtual Meeting and Rehearsals Labor Day to Pentecost (September through May) Rehearsal Calendar
- FESTIVALS | All Saints
Seasonal Festivals at All Saints Join us for our Fall Festival on October 18 from 1:00-4:00 p.m. at the Farm at Harvest Hills, 670 Hills-Miller Rd, Delaware, OH. We'll have Trunk-Or-Treat and a whole lot of FUN! Click here to register.
- Jen Shively | All Saints
Jen Shively, Accompanist Jen Shively has a Bachelor of Music degree from Heidelberg University in Vocal Performance and a Master of Arts in Music Education and Vocal Pedagogy from The Ohio State University. She taught Secondary Vocal/Choral Music in Columbus, Chillicothe, and Upper Arlington prior to her full-time job of being a mother to three daughters. She has taught private voice lessons and has played for numerous local school districts at OMEA Solo & Ensemble Contests, Large Group District and State Contests, Choral Concerts, Musicals, and Variety Shows. She has also held music positions in local churches for over 30 years and is currently the Director of Chorus at St. Charles Preparatory School.
- Lisa Brooks | All Saints
Lisa Brooks, Director of Faith Formation Lisa serves as the Director of Faith Formation, overseeing All Saints’ children from birth through college years. Lisa has a passion for youth and ensuring every opportunity for them to form a relationship with Jesus throughout their formative years. Lisa also oversees Women’s Ministry and looks forward to developing more faith formation experiences for all ages. Lisa has been a member of All Saints Lutheran Church since 1995 with her husband Mitch, and three children, Lydia, Mallory and Nolan. Lisa received a Bachelor of Science in Human Ecology from The Ohio State University and held a License in Social Work, working in the mental health field, prior to becoming staff at All Saints in 2000.
- Pastor Bonnie Gerber | All Saints
Bonnie Gerber Lead Pastor Pastor Gerber has been with All Saints since 2001, serving as Lead Pastor since 2010. She was ordained on August 3, 1997, having graduated from Trinity Lutheran Seminary. Prior to ordination, Pastor Gerber was a math teacher for 12 years. She’s found her teaching experience to be very beneficial and complimentary to her work as a Pastor.
- COMMUNICATION POLICIES | All Saints
All Saints Communication Policies At All Saints, we strive to provide clear and consistent communications, from weekly emails, to bulletin-board announcements, to bulletin inserts. Provided below is a link to our Communication Policies Guide, which will offer an explanation of the many methods of weekly communication that we publish. 2019-2020 Communication Policies Guide
- Liz Keener | All Saints
Liz Keener, Faith Formation Team As a part of the Faith Formation Team, Liz finds fun and creative ways children can form and grow a relationship with Jesus. Liz Keener and her family have been members at All Saints since 2009. Liz is delighted to be a part of the Faith Formation Team and is honored to watch God work in the lives of All Saints youth.
- Pastor Scott Nellis | All Saints
Scott Nellis Associate Pastor Pastor Scott is the Associate Pastor at All Saints, sharing pastoral duties with Pastor Bonnie. He received his Bachelor of Fine Arts degree in Graphic Design from Shepherd College (WV) and his Master of Divinity from Trinity Lutheran Seminary (Columbus, OH). He is passionate about creating new ways—both visual and verbal—to share the message of the gospel, and also to further the ministries of the church. Pastor Scott is married to Mary Nellis, who is a registered nurse and also a musician. They have two daughters, Lydia and Adalynn. Pastor Scott previously served Emmanuel Lutheran Church in New Philadelphia, Ohio. You can read some of Pastor Scott's musings on faith and life at: https://scottnellis.blogspot.com/