Baptism & Communion


The sacrament of baptism is the entrance into the Christian life. Whether the candidate is 6 weeks old, 6 years old, or 60 years old, in baptism the Christian dies and is raised to new life in Christ.

If you have questions about baptism either for your child or yourself, please reach out to one of our pastors.

If you would like your child to be baptized at All Saints, you can sign up for an upcoming baptism date here. Church membership is required for baptism.

First Communion

It is one of the greatest joys of Sunday worship to welcome children to the Lord's Table for the first time. The age for first communion at All Saints is up to the discretion of the parents.We have put together a brief Communicant Readiness Workbook for children about communion. You can download a copy here or pick up one in the bookstore or the Children's Hall on Sunday morning. If you feel your child is ready to begin communing at All Saints, the next step is to set up a time for him or her to talk with a pastor or an elder.