Our Youth Group is on vacation for the summer! Watch for Fall programs.
Catechesis of the Good Shepherd
We have two atriums on Sunday mornings led by our trained Catechists Cheryl Berg and Maria Romero and assistants. Cheryl has her Masters in Elementary Education and Maria has 20 years experience teaching and working with children with special needs. Together, they lead our children in the love and knowledge of Jesus Christ through stories and faith in the Good Shepherd. They are each married with children and grandchildren of their own. Maria leads The Good Shepherd atrium for 3-6 year olds and Cheryl The True Vine atrium for 6-12 year olds.
Little Lamb Nursery
Coordinated by Nissha Erdman, trained in early Montessori preschool, and certified in VPK. She and her assistants welcome our youngest parishioners in a quiet Spirit-filled atmosphere that is clean and safe for our little ones. Parents can drop off children at 10:15 before the second service and they will join the parents at Offertory.
Wednesday Night Program
6:00-6:45 Begin with dinner for all in our parish hall
6:45-8:00 Adult study
Children and Teens meet from 6:00-8:00 in Youth Building
Join us Thursday mornings at 10:30 for a light snack and study as we gather, grow, and go as disciples for Christ!
Men’s Discipleship Breakfast
Come out the last Saturday of the month at 9:00am for Breakfast & Study as we become and make disciples for Christ!
Order of St. Luke Healing Ministry
Our Healing Team is available for intercessory prayer during the services and meet monthly.
For children Sunday Mornings between services at 9:30am and Wednesday Nights for all ages from 6:00-8:00pm.
The Altar Guild is responsible for preparing the altar and church for regular services, holy days, and great festivals such as Christmas and Easter. The Altar Guild works in teams. Each team serves one week a month, and is responsible for all services during that week.
Bread Baking Guild
Members of the Parish bake bread on a monthly basis to be used for Holy Eucharist.
“Make a friend, be a friend, and bring a friend to Christ” is the motto of Cursillo. Those who have attended a Cursillo weekend make a commitment to follow Christ and serve Christ in others. All Saints’ has a long history as on of the first parishes in this diocese to embrace the Cursillo movement. Retreat weekends are held at Canterbury Retreat Center.
The Flower Guild provides lovely arrangements on a monthly team rotation, sponsored by parishioners as a memorial or thanksgiving to beautify our sacred space on Sunday mornings. Following our service, flowers are delivered each Sunday to our home or hospital bound parishioners. Both ministries are needed and a blessing to others, whether your gift is arrangements or delivery.
Lay Eucharist Visitors
Lay Eucharist Visitors have the unique privilege to bring the sacrament from our Sunday Eucharist and to pray with parishioners who are either home or hospital bound.
Lectors are those who read the Old and New Testament readings each Sunday, leading us in hearing the Word of God in the Bible teachings.
Ushers & Greeters
Greeters and ushers are the first faces to greet our parishioners and welcome newcomers, bringing forth the offerings and giving direction both before, during, and after the services.
This institution is an equal opportunity provider. Serving our local community with love and compassion every Wednesday morning 9:00 – 10:00 am. We need volunteers for pick ups on Tuesday mornings as we gather food from Second Harvest, stock and prepare bags before our guests arrive on Wednesday mornings. Serving coffee and/or water, snacks and prayer while waiting in line to enter our parish hall.
Thrift Shop – email@example.com
Serving our community with low prices of quality clothing, housewares, books, and toys, our dedicated volunteers work Thursdays 3:30 – 6:30pm, Fridays and Saturdays from 9am – 2pm. Volunteers are also needed to Monday and Wednesday mornings sorting and pricing donations, in addition to regular sale hours for the Thrift Shop.