All Saints WELCOMES children and families with open arms!
"To walk with children on our journey with Christ, sharing the good news of God's unconditional love through Bible stories."
...Sunday School Leaders Mission Statement
FAMILY SUNDAY SCHOOL
FAMILY SUNDAY SCHOOL
March 24, 2019 at 9:00am
Parents and guardians of children ages 3 through 5th grade, please plan to join your children for this fun-filled hour as we share what they are learning in Sunday School this spring, as well as simple practices for reinforcing lessons at home.
ALL families and households are welcome to join us for this time of singing, prayer, storytelling and learning—whether you have a Sunday Schooler or not!
(Note: All ages are welcome! However, two-year-old Sunday school, 6th Grade Spirit, Confirmation and High School Sunday School will take place as usual. Nursery care will also be available for kids 5 and under.)
Questions? Please contact Joe Schwartz or Pastor Kristin.
VBS ~ Vacation Bible Study (Save-the-Date)
Vacation Bible School 2019
Save the Dates: June 24-28th
Children ages 3 through 5th grade are welcome to attend!
Adults and youth are welcome to volunteer!
Come together with your church family and community as we learn about, celebrate, and share Jesus’ miraculous mission to save the world. There is a place for YOU in this mission!
Contact Shannon Mooring-Benson or Pastor Kristin to find out how you can be involved.
Children's Holy Communion Class
Children’s Holy Communion Classes
Thursday, April 11th at 6:30pm in the SANCTUARY
Saturday, April 13 at 10:00am in the Life Building Café
(Parents & Kids attend both classes together.)
This class is for children who have been baptized and have not yet received communion, and also for those who have already received communion and would like to learn more about what this sacrament means for our faith.
Holy Communion Received on Thursday, April 18 at 7:00pm Maundy Thursday Worship.
6TH GRADE SPIRIT
“Why are we attending a Lutheran church?” “Have we always been Lutheran?”
“Will we always be Lutheran?”
These are some questions as you may hear as a parent of a child going through faith education here at All Saints. During their 6th grade year, our students begin to piece together some of the answers to these and more questions.
This milestone helps them to take a look at, with the help of their parents and other loved ones, their faith family tree. They will create a tree showing how they came to be part of All Saints Lutheran Church. It will also help them as they begin to examine their own faith lives during the 3 years of Confirmation. Confirmation is something that helps you understand how you connect with God and with the church.
This milestone is meant to begin a conversation about faith and what it means to each of us and our family. It is literally a time to remember your own baptism and “confirm” the faith that our parents and our church handed down to us.
If you would like more information regarding this milestone, please contact Pastor Kristin, Joe Schwartz or Kevin Harpel.
What is 6th Grade Spirit?
This is a crucial period in the life of a 6th Grader. At this time of the year, they have discovered that they are the leaders at their school and are beginning to gain more independence. Soon they’ll be experiencing life in middle school and more opportunities to make choices on their own. Here at All Saints, we offer “6th Grade Spirit”, which is designed to assist the family in helping these young people in making the best faith-based decisions possible when faced with new challenges. This experience is designed for our ‘tweens to discover him or herself, while continuing to grow in their relationship with Jesus, through the guidance of caring adults.
Kevin Harpel leads the class, which meets at 9:00am Sunday in the YO Zone.
Families are encouraged to join the class at any time.
Campformation registration is open!
Camp dates are July 7-12, Sunday-Friday. Camp is offered to all incoming 6th graders through 10th grade (the grade you will be in during the 2019-20 school year).
Cost of camp is $325.00.
Please contact Joe Schwartz regarding partial and full scholarships. Cost includes all meals, activities and lodging. This does not include transportation to and from camp or canteen purchases (snacks available at camp).
6th-9th Grade Campers
A camp experience that includes campfires, high-ropes, zip-lining, low-ropes, bible exploration, small group time, large group games, hiking, swimming pool, volleyball, basketball, archery, and more!?
10th Grade - GAP Campers
A camp experience that includes a mix of the camper and counselor experience.
GAP Campers will have opportunities to develop their individual gifts and explore
how those gifts can be used in a camps setting.
Just like the rest of camp, GAP campers will experience campfires, high-ropes, zip-lining, low-ropes, bible exploration, small group time, large group games, hiking, swimming pool, volleyball, basketball, archery, and more!
Please follow this link for registration and more important info! The password is “Jesus”, because he’s all you need! Get it?!?https://www.lutherancampformation.com/
Camper registration deadline is May 31, 2019!
Camp Pinerock is our host camp this year, and hopefully for years to come! Please check out their website at the link below.
Contact Joe Schwartz with any questions or concerns you have about camp.
ALL AGES MISSION TRIP TO BAJA, MEXICO
ALL AGES MISSION TRIP!
July 25th to July 30th (Thursday thru Tuesday)
Mission trip to Baja, Mexico.
Amor Trips will be our host on this trip.
Everyone is welcome to join us, under 16 must be accompanied by a parent.
Cost per person is $325. This may come down with successful fundraising!
2 yrs. old through 6th grade
Sundays at 9:00am
Register now below!
One on One Sunday School
"One on One" Sunday School
Some children learn best in a smaller consistant class environment...some would benefit seeing the same teacher and shepherds every week! Some children are "born leaders" and would love to share their know-how with other children.
All Saints has a dedicated classroom for children who might learn better in a more typical style of learning enviroment, yet interactive and hands-on...too good to be true? If you would like to learn more about what this class has to offer your child please contact Joe Schwartz. Your child is special, we know that and we hope this class helps them feel that way!
"One on One" is:
During the regular SS hour (9am-10am)
In YO Room 2 (located behind the basketball net)
Follows the same stories as our rotation SS only class curriculm in adapted for the needs of the students
Children enjoy playing, learning and growing in their faith
Children have the same teachers and shepherds all year long so no need to adapt to different teaching styles every week.
Safeguarding God's Children
Child Protection Program - Preventing Child Sexual Abuse
Become a Certified Adult Volunteer!