All Saints Unidos

All Saints Unidos is our local ministry through which we seek to love and walk with our neighbors, as Christ has loved and walked with us (John 13:34). Unidos means ‘united’ in Spanish, which captures our goal to proclaim and demonstrate the reign of God in Christ through cross-cultural unity between us and our neighbors (Ephesians 4:1-7). We do this by providing opportunities for service, discipleship, and friendship.

Sunday Worship Services in Spanish 
Starting April 9 in the Chapel

11:00am - Easter Service 
11:30am - All Other Sundays 

Sermon Translation to Spanish Available at the 11:15am service

Spanish Bible Study

Start Date: Thursday, January 12
Study: The Story of the Mission of God and His People
When: Thursdays at 6:30 PM
Where: All Saints Tent
Childcare provided.
Dinner followed by study.

Open to anyone who speaks Spanish and would like to study scripture in Spanish.

Volunteer opportunities: Childcare

ESL Classes

A large number of those in the community right next door to All Saints don’t speak English. Learning English helps ease the burden of simple day-to-day life for these families. And there are endless opportunities for connection while teaching English. We always need additional teachers and childcare helpers at these classes.

When: Sundays at 6:30 PM
Where: All Saints Rooms 200-208
Childcare Provided
Volunteer opportunities: Childcare, Teacher, Teacher Aid, Teacher Sub

SSL Classes

Spanish as a Second Language Classes
When: Sundays at 6:30 PM
Where: All Saints Bookstore & Hospitality Room (Room 100)

These Spanish classes are offered to provide an opportunity to pursue cross-cultural friendships and fellowship with those who speak Spanish by learning their language. Anyone is welcome to enroll. Enrollment opens every fall & spring semester.
Side by Side Kids is free, faith-based after school program that serves our Oak Hill community and is hosted in our All Saints campus.

Cafecito con Pan

Start Date: Friday, January 27
When: Last Friday of the Month at 7:00 PM
Where: Various Women’s Homes
Cafecito con Pan is a monthly women’s gathering seeking to grow in Christ as we spend time in fellowship, scripture and prayer over coffee. The word is described in Scripture as the bread of God. Bread in spanish is “pan” so Cafecito con Pan is a time of coffee and the word.

Conversation Spanish required. To join the group, please contact Yajaira.

Service Opportunities 

  • ESL/SSL Teacher - If you're passionate about teaching and would love to build relationships with our neighbors while teaching English or Spanish, please sign up to volunteer! No experience or Spanish required.
  • ESL/SSL Teacher Sub - If you would love to teach but can't commit to teaching weekly, then sign up to be a substitute teacher. No experience or Spanish required.
  • ESL Teacher Aide - Not ready to commit as a teacher but still would love to be involved? Then sign up to become a teacher aide! We're always in need of teacher aides. You'll get to help teachers and assist students as they learn English. No experience or Spanish needed.
  • Childcare - help take care of children while parents are taking classes on Sunday and Thursday nights.
  • Side by Side Kids Classroom Assistant - Assist Youth Development Leaders by helping students with homework, engaging with them during Recreation and Snack Time, and reinforcing what is taught during Crew Time.
  • Provide Snacks for Side by Side Kids
  • Pray for the ministry on a regular basis.

Meet the team.

David Vilches

Director of Missions and Unidos

Yajaira Marmolejo

Unidos Coordinator

Brooke Crockett

Missions Coordinator
For more information on All Saints Unidos please contact Yajaira Marmolejo