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Worship at All Saints

We offer three Sunday worship services at All Saints, one at 8:30 a.m. and two concurrent services at 10 a.m. 
The 8:30 a.m. Traditional and the 10 a.m. Contemporary services are also livestreamed every Sunday on our Saints On High YouTube Channel.

At All Saints, YOU ARE WELCOME ... YOU ARE ACCEPTED ... YOU ARE LOVED.

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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. These services follow the liturgical calendar outlined in the Evangelical Lutheran Worship hymnal, however you'll also find unique elements in the service each week.

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Contemporary Worship

Held in the Parish Hall, 10:00 a.m.

Our contemporary worship service, called The Gathering, offers contemporary songs and modernized hymns. This worship service offers a more casual feel, but still includes important liturgical elements such as Confession/Forgiveness and Holy Communion.

Sample our worship music from our Traditional Service

Sample our worship music from The Gathering

LUTHERAN SACRAMENTS

All Saints honors the two traditional sacraments of the Evangelical Lutheran
Church in America (ELCA), which are Holy Baptism and H
oly Communion. 
Holy Communion is offered every Sunday at All Saints.

 

Lutherans believe that in these sacraments — whenever they are properly
administered by the use of the physical component commanded by God, along
with the divine words of institution — God is present with the Word and the
physical component.

 

At their core, the sacraments of Baptism and Communion are simply ways that the infinite (God) becomes finiteSacraments are tangible ways that ordinary people can receive the grace and love of an extraordinary God. The elements of water (for Baptism) and bread/wine (for Communion) signify God's grace, imparted to all humanity. These are elements that are essential for human life to exist, and so they beautifully represent the way that Christ's own life gives life to all people and things.

 

If you'd like to know more about Baptism or Communion, please feel free to contact the pastors.

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