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All Saints welcomes all baptized Christians who believe in the Gospel (good news) of Jesus Christ to participate in the eucharist. This includes all Christians, whether members at All Saints or another Christian community. Children who have been baptized and interviewed by the elders of this church or the ruling body of another church are also welcome to the Table.

If you have questions about the Eucharist we recommend attending our Eucharist class offered in the spring and fall lead by Senior Pastor, Tim Frickenschmidt.

Upcoming Eucharist Class

Sunday, March 8, 9:15 AM

This spring we are combining our baptism and Eucharist classes in one class on the sacraments. Join Senior Pastor, Tim Frickenschmidt, on Sunday, March 8 in the Chapel to learn more about the theology and tradition of the sacraments and specifically how they are practiced at All Saints.

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Children & Communion

At All Saints we require (a) that an individual be baptized and (b) that they display a simple, age-appropriate profession of faith before they begin communing. If you feel that your child is ready to begin taking communion, you may reach out to any of our pastors or elders to set up a time for them to meet with you and your child to talk about communion.

After your child has been interviewed please let Kara Dunleavy know when he or she will be celebrating his/her first communion and whether or not you would like it announced on that day.