Being sent out into the world from our baptism to witness to God’s love,
we at All Saints’ seek to live out our mission:
"To know Christ and
make Christ known."
We are equipping adults to live into their Baptismal Covenant:
To proclaim by word and example the Good News of God in Christ
To seek and serve Christ in all persons, loving our neighbors as ourselves
To strive for justice and peace among all people and respect the dignity of every human being by offering a number of faith forming opportunities
Acoustic Nights in the Garden
First Sunday nights of June, July and August from
6-8pm. Bring a picnic and lawn chairs and enjoy music under the summer sky.
Enjoy fellowship while watching some vintage flicks!
Baines Hall Adult Forum
From 9 to 9:50 a.m. in Baines Hall (adjacent to the Woodside La. facing entrance to the building) every Sunday from the Sunday after Labor Day to the Sunday before Memorial Day, adults gather in Baines Hall for a lecture/discussion format.
Topics include: Gospel Studies, Faith Journey Stories, History of Religion, Study of the Major Religions, Eco-Justice, etc.
Jan's Wednesday Morning
FALL TOPIC T.B.A.
Pinder Hall Adult Sunday School
On Sundays from 9 to 9:50 a.m. in Pinder Hall
(the detached building adjacent to our Meditation Garden ), from the Sunday after Labor Day to the Sunday before Memorial Day, adults gather together for Christian Study, small group sharing, and prayer.
Men's Bible Study
Wednesday mornings at 7am in Baines Hall.
Wednesday Evening Book Group
The Wednesday book group meets each Wednesday
evening at 6:30 PM in the library. The meeting lasts
one hour. The group members select the books--
usually a non-fiction with a religious bent. We read
a chapter a week--about 20-30 pages --depending
on the book. Members bring a question they wish to discuss or a comment on a part of the book they would like to discuss further. The selection is advertised in the church newsletter and weekly
Newcomers are always welcome!