new_uBehold, I am doing a new thing — Is.43:19

As human beings, we long to become more fully who we were intended to be. As we learn and experience new things, we actually become new people. Here are some of the ways we support that growth at All Saints.

Sunday Spiritual Talks. Once known as sermons, the spiritual talks given each Sunday morning seriously engage the scripture of the day and bring it to you. Scripture can be challenging, comforting or confusing (sometimes all at once) — but at All Saints we’re committed to connecting it directly to our lives today. Scripture is alive with God’s Spirit, and taking it seriously changes us.

Tuesday Centering Prayer. Every Tuesday from 12:30pm-1:30pm a group of people from the church and broader community meet for a guided hour-long centering prayer session. 

Wednesday Bible Study. Every Wednesday morning at 10:45am, a number of us meet at the church to study the lessons we’ll hear on the next Sunday. It’s a lively time for learning, discussion and fellowship — and adds so much to the experience on the following Sunday morning!

Annual Lenten Series. Every spring between Ash Wednesday and Holy Week, we have a Wednesday evening series. Each deals with how we can allow God to lovingly change us for the better.

Programs for Children. Each Sunday morning, we provide Sunday School for the little ones and age-appropriate learning time for older children. We offer a mix of high-quality curricula, from Godly Play to The Way of the Child and more.

One-Time Special Events. We regularly offer one-time events for learning. Past topics have included preventing falls, ranked-choice voting, and more. We also have fun educational trips for adults, children and families; past visits have included beach cleanups, air and railroad museums, ice skating and art museums.

Women’s and Men’s Devotional Groups. Each month All Saints’ women and men gather seperately for spiritual study, practice, sharing and support.