Saturday, December 16, 2017
Special Events
All Saints' Christian Ed

All Saints' offers many opportunities for all members to continue to grow in the knowledge and love of the Lord. From Sunday School and Wednesday programs for children and adults to youth programs to special events and more, we are sure you will find something to pique your interest.

For more information, please contact Holly Luke.

Click here for Christian Education Registration Form (Nursery through Grade 12)



Sunday School for Children

Sunday School is held from 10:10 a.m. - 11:05 a.m. during the academic year

Godly Play  (Ages 3-Grade 3)
St. Matthew's Room, St. Mark's Room, St. John's Room and St. Luke's Room in the Undercroft

Using a Montessori approach, children enter into parables, silence, sacred stories and liturgy in order to discover God, and the world around them.  Godly Play assumes that children have some experience of the mystery of the presence of God in their lives, but lack the language, permission and understanding to express and enjoy that in our culture.  The teachers tell stories and ask “I wonder…” questions meant to guide the children on their spiritual journey and help them fall more deeply in love with God.  The Godly Play rooms are eye-catching, sacred spaces used only for the purpose of finding the presence of God.  The multi-sensory materials are playful, fun and meaningful.


Godly Talk (Grade 4 -5)

St. Augustine's Room in the Undercroft

Lessons are based on the weekly lectionary and used to explore and facilitate a deeper discussion about Biblical answers, and how to apply those teachings in our lives. Through a greater understanding of themselves and an emphasis on serving others, we explore the world around us and begin the formation of what our role as Christians in the world should be. This class also begins to strengthen student's social connection at church through coordinating several opportunities outside of the classroom. These events are to encourage and grow the group's bonds as they matriculate into Rite-13 and EYC.