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Adult Formation + Fellowship

Family & Fellowship

 

At All Saints, we believe family and fellowship are at the heart of this community. Good thing we know how to have a good time here! Fellowship events are a time to build relationships and make memories to tie you to this church family. Come for picnics, small groups, charity events, retreats and of course the annual oyster roast-- join in the good times that make us grow in friendship and faith together. Stay updated with our calendar and newsletters.

Prayer Groups + Bible Studies

Mondays, the God Within Bible Study Group meets from 10:15-11:30am in the Library. This group meets for prayer, conversation, and fellowship. To learn more, please email us.

Thursdays, our prayer group, "Pray for the Saints", gathers in the Library from 12:15pm-1:00pm to pray for our clergy, staff, vestry, and anything else that comes up. They offer a welcoming, comforting, and healing environment to join together for prayer and peace. Everyone is welcome to attend as often as they can!

Our Adult Forum meets during our program year at 9:00am and is usually led by a clergy member or a guest speaker.

 

Our next adult forum begins November 27, 2022. Advent is a season of preparation, and this year in addition to preparing for the Messiah, we also are preparing to call a new rector (after Jesus has come!). In the adult forum time from 9 - 10 a.m. on the first three Sundays of Advent, we will gather for conversation and activities focusing on who we are, who we have been, what are our hopes, and how we can welcome a new clergy leader into the community. On November 27 and December 11, we will gather in Thornton Hall to participate in a parish timeline project to show the events, large and small, that have shaped the parish and also offer an opportunity for individual families to note their own milestones here. On December 5, when the Blood Drive is taking place in Thornton Hall, we’ll gather in the church for some conversation. Breakfast treats and coffee will be available! Children's programming is available during the forum for children ages 3-5th grade.

Saintly Stitchers

This group meets weekly on Wednesdays at 2:00pm in the library or on the patio (weather permitting) no prior knitting knowledge required! You will often find this group making prayer squares, prayer shawls, and their own projects. You do not have to know how to knit to be a part of our group.  Members are very willing to teach you and, besides, that you’ll have a wonderful time meeting people in the parish you might not know.  Come when you can or come each Wednesday!

All Saints' Women

 

The ladies of All Saints join together across the generations for friendship, service, and faith. We keep a mix of faith-based activities and 'strictly social' times too, offering guest lectures, service projects, cocktail hours, and study groups for our female members to connect. Stay connected with Facebook, e-mail, and the All Saints calendar.

The Women's Simply Social meets about 4-5 times per year. It is a women only pot-luck style dinner held in the home of an All Saints Parishioner. Fellowship and laughter are always found with this group.

Saint Sisters is a group for young mothers to get together for fellowship and support. They meet every month for service and/or fellowship. To find out more, please email us.