The All Saints Youth Ministry exists to form high school and middle school students into the image of Christ through engagement with God and His Word, each other, and the world.
All Saints believes that Christian maturity involves a reorientation of our whole selves: our minds and bodies; our sports and schoolwork; our words and actions; our calendars; our life in the home and outside of it.
It is our hope that in the seven years they are with us, students will grow in all these ways and that they will do so together - learning Christ by seeing his image in one another and by seeking the unity for which he prayed and died.
Sunday, April 22
Between worship services, All Saints Youth will be hosting a bake sale to support the middle and high school summer RYM trips. Come buy some goodies!
Sunday, April 29
All Saints Youth are hosting a Breakfast Taco Sale between worship services and after the 11:00 AM service. Please bring your appetites! Tacos are $5 each and we can take cash OR credit. All proceeds will go straight towards funding the RYM trips. We look forward to filling your bellies!
Youth/parents: sign up to bring tacos!
"And they devoted themselves to the apostles’ teaching and the fellowship, to the breaking of bread and the prayers." - Acts 2:42
Christians have always met together. They eat together, learn together, and pray together. So every Sunday night, All Saints students meet to study God's word, eat dinner, play, and pray. We reflect on what God has done in Christ, and send one another out into all he will do in the week ahead.
Whether you've been in the church all of your life, or never at all, we hope you'll join us.
Sundays, 6:00 - 7:30 PM
Sundays, 7:00 - 8:30 PM
April 8 - May 6
From April 8th through May 6th, we are encouraging All Saints Youth to volunteer with Children's Sunday School. You can sign up by emailing Sally Bryant.
"And let us consider how to stir up one another to love and good works, not neglecting to meet together...but encouraging one another, and all the more as you see the Day drawing near." - Hebrews 10:24-26
Small Groups provide an opportunity for students to connect with God and one another in a more intimate setting. The goal is growth in knowledge of both God and self. As students learn more about who God is, and what he has done in the life and death of Christ, we pray that they'll have the safety, vulnerability, and curiosity to explore who God has made them, and what God is doing in their own lives.
Watch for information about our next social!
The All Saints Youth Ministry thrives with sustained and consistent support not just from pastoral staff, but also from parents. To that end, there are many ways to volunteer in the youth ministry, and a place for you!
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