Adult Faith Formation

Adult Sunday School Classes

Sundays at 9:45 AM in the Parish Life Center

We never graduate from the School of Faith!

A variety of adult classes are offered in Sunday School throughout the year. Currently, there are three adult classes available:

  • Faith and Life Class – This class discusses topics of current interest from a faith perspective.
  • Lectionary Class – This class delves more deeply into the Gospel reading of the day.
  • Coffee and Conversation – This class is an opportunity for informal fellowship, especially for Young Adults and parents of Sunday School children.

Thursday Morning Group

Thursdays at 10:00 AM in the Parish Life Center

This Bible Study group meets weekly for fellowship, study, and treats! Thursday Morning Group is much more than a Bible Study; it’s a community!

Via de Cristo

Via de CristoReunion Groups meet at various times throughout the week

Via de Cristo or “Way of Christ” begins with a weekend retreat designed to strengthen and renew the faith of Christian people and bring them to a new awareness of living in God’s grace. The retreat experience is followed by participation in a Reunion Group for weekly encouragement and accountability. For more information, visit the SC Via de Cristo website, or  Gina Shuey, Tricia Finkenberg or Wendy Register.

Fellowship Opportunities

Saints’ Night Out

Saints’ Night Out includes adult fellowship outings, scheduled at various times and places. Events may include Oktoberfest, a ball game, or game night. At All Saints, we enjoy spending time together as a part of building up the Body of Christ. Come, get to know your fellow Saints!

Sinners and Saints

Sinners and Saints is a Young Adult Fellowship ministry designed to gather together people in a similar stage of life to share community and faith. Events are scheduled at various times and places. Childcare is provided.

Parents’ Night Out

Parents’ Night Out is an opportunity for parents to bring their children to church to spend some quality time with some “substitute grandparents” from the congregation while the adults go out for a few hours. Parents may meet together at a planned location, or use the time to go out alone.

Parish Neighborhood Ministry

In order to facilitate communication among members and to help coordinate a variety of congregational ministries, the member households of All Saints are divided into five geographic zones or “Parish Neighborhoods”. Each zone has a leader or co-leaders who are responsible for contacting the households in their zone. This system is used to keep in touch with members as well as to coordinate parish events, meals following hospitalization, funeral receptions, and as a communication tool in the event of a crisis or natural disaster.

All Saints sponsors a variety of opportunities for Christian fellowship throughout the year. Whether it’s sharing a meal, taking in a show, enjoying a ball game, or working together on an outreach project, there are lots of ways to spend time together in community…and to have fun, too!

Lutheran Men

3rd Tuesdays at 7:00 PM in the Parish Life Center

This group of men of all ages gathers monthly for a fellowship meal, devotions and a program. Lutheran Men sponsor an Annual BBQ and Bake Sale (in partnership with Lutheran Women), the proceeds from which helps support local outreach ministries. They also prepare and serve an annual Mothers’ Day Breakfast.

Lutheran Women

2nd Tuesdays at 6:00 PM in the Parish Life Center or in member’s homes or special outings

Lutheran Women provides an opportunity for Christian fellowship among the women of All Saints. Monthly gatherings usually include an interesting program or fun activity. Lutheran Women conducts an annual project to fill backpacks of school supplies for children living at My Sister’s House, a shelter for victims of domestic violence. They join with Lutheran Men for the annual BBQ and Bake Sale benefiting a local outreach ministry, and also prepare and serve an annual Fathers’ Day Brunch.

All Saints Quilters

Thursdays at 12:30 PM in the Parish Life Center

This gathering of experienced and novice quilters meets weekly to create quilts for those served by local charities, military veterans, and in response to special needs in the community. The group also holds occasional “Sew-in Saturdays”.

Contact Lisa Rebula for more information on any of these groups and activities

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