Make a Connection

Connect with other adults in groups geared around conversation, music, study, activities, outdoor recreation, or service. For information and to get connected email the church office.

Sundays through October 15
Have you ever thought it's important as a person of faith to engage in civic life but wrestle with the best way to do that? Are there ways you think people of faith and congregations should be more engaged in political advocacy and affairs? Do you see examples of unhealthy entanglement of church and state? Come and explore some distinctive insights within Lutheran theology and teaching and engage in conversation about navigating this important intersection of faith and life.

If you’re interested in participating, please fill out this form or contact the church office.
All Saints has a strong music tradition and has multiple ways to participate. Music groups are a great chance to share music and make friends. Interested in joining a group? Click here to get involved.
  • Saints Chorale - Adult vocal choir
  • Carillon Choir - Adult bell choir
  • Saints Brass - Brass ensemble that plays quarterly and for other special services
  • Instrumentalists of all kinds are featured regularly throughout the year.
  • Choristers - Youth vocal group. Registration and info here

Contact: Meg Redmond

Contemporary music (electric guitar, bass, drums, percussion, keyboard) is featured at one service per month.
Contact: Tom Klemond. Email the church office for information.
Join a Writing Group
WordWorkers, a writers' group led by Rolf Olson, holds virtual meetings to discuss writing of all types. New members are always encouraged to join. Sessions meet from 7 to 8pm on Wednesdays and last about an hour.

Contact: Rolf Olson.  Email the church for information.

Bicyclists gather typically on Sunday afternoons for fellowship, fun and great exercise. Bike a variety of trails around the metro and out state. Most rides are under 20 miles, and all abilities are welcome. Rides are planned through summer into the fall, usually at 1 p.m.

The 2023 Ride Calendar can be found here.

Contact: Eileen Anderson.  Email the church for more information or to be added to the email list.
Faithful Walkers meets on Tuesdays or Thursdays to walk one to three miles. Gather at the west entrance of the church and carpool to various sites or meet at the walking site parking lot. Let Cindy know if you wish to carpool. Bring a water bottle and wear comfortable shoes. 

Walks take at least an hour and are meant to be a social experience. All are welcome. Join us once or more FAITHFULLY! No pets, please. In the event of rain, we will walk the following week at the postponed location. Find this year's schedule here.

Contact: Cindy Grotz.  Email the church for more information.
The Racial Justice team works on understanding the impacts of racism in our country, our communities and even in the Christian church. The team works to further the understanding of racism and promote meaningful dialogue among friends and family. Find more information about this team here.
Contacts: Kim and Kathy Hovey.  Email the church for more information.
The Creation Care Group meets to discuss ideas to move forward in caring for God’s creation with His guidance and teachings. For additional resources supporting environmental sustainability, click here.

Contacts: Eileen Anderson and Steve Suppan.  Email the church for more information.
This small group nurtures and supports living out Jesus’ teachings of nonviolence — locally, nationally, and globally. Through a number of education, advocacy, and outreach opportunities, ASAP develops individual peace within and promotes Christian peacemaking, alternatives to war, human rights, social justice, environmental protection, and other means to bring peace to ourselves and God’s world.

Contact: Beth Young.  Email the church for more information.
Our All Saints knitting group is welcoming additional knitters, quilters and those who would like to pursue other crafts. Find community and friendship with this group on the first and third Wednesdays of each month. It's a great pastime and can be a calming activity.

Our knitting group creates prayer shawls for those in our community in need of prayer and emotional support. They also create the beautiful blankets we give to those being baptized. If you're interested in quilting or other crafting, come and join the group and find community while you work.

Email the church for more information.

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