Questions – Abraham Isn’t Such A Great Guy

It’s Fall again which means that community groups are starting back up. The plan is to post discussion questions here for those groups that have chosen to use the sermon as a conversation-piece. Group leaders, don’t feel obligated to use all the questions. Please figure out what works best for your group. Just remember to…

Sunday School Update

Sunday school for all ages resumes this coming Sunday, Sept 7, at 10:00 am. Hooray for the teachers God has given us to serve our beautiful little ones! Ages 2-3: Aly Lensing & Jocelyn Rothchild Ages 4-5: Gabrielle Gardner & Jan Lane Grades 1-3: Renee Ford & Margaretta Ramsey Grades 4-6: Tim Andersen & Adam Carney Middle…

Register for locked website content

Members and regular attenders are encouraged to register for our website (click here). Benefits of doing so include access to our online pictorial directory, bulletin board, and prayer requests pages. You can also view orders of service, listen to or share sermons, and follow our events calendar online — even without a login. Explore our new website and see what it…

Thank You!!

To all who donated school supplies for the children at City Light, a local shelter: Thank You!! Here is a list of what we collected: 1,400 index cards 4 pairs of scissors 2 compass protractor sets 1 bottle of hand sanitizer 3 pencil sharpeners 88 black/red/blue ink pens 42 mechanical pencils 9 Sharpie markers 15…

Community Groups resume after Labor Day

Our Community Groups will soon return from their summer hiatus. Are you looking for a way to make friends, connect with people at All Saints, and be encouraged in Christ? Have you considered hosting a group of 6-12 people on a weekly or biweekly basis? Community Groups come in many varieties — if you have an idea for a group, or…

All-Church Potluck this week!

Please come this Sunday, immediately after worship, to our last All-Church Potluck of the summer! It will be an opportunity to not only fellowship together, but also celebrate our Vacation Bible School. We’ve had at least three reasons to celebrate VBS: 1) So many people have helped — thank you all! 2) Our littlest members…

A suggestion for Family Worship

Parents, there are two books you should be aware of that are excellent resources for Family Worship. Both are published by New Growth Press — makers of the excellent Gospel Story Bible, and a good publisher to follow in any case. First, Long Story Short, which covers the Old Testament:   Second, Old Story New, which…

Four things you should know

In no particular order: 1) The Stoms family, missionaries to Africa who came for our Missions Conference in June, have a blog: click here to see what they’re up to, and please consider supporting them financially. 2) Did you know that the Amazon Smile program will donate a portion of your Amazon.com purchases to All Saints?…

General Assembly passes overture on child abuse

I was pleased to travel to Houston last week for the 42nd General Assembly of the Presbyterian Church in America. It was an encouraging and productive week. I was honored to be elected secretary of the Committee of Commissioners for Interchurch Relations — a subcommittee of the General Assembly that receives delegates from other denominations and…

Sermon: Trinity

Michael Reeves’s book that I referenced throughout the sermon can be found HERE and it’s pure gold. Also, if you are interested in learning more about the theological and historical development of the doctrine, one of the absolute best is Robert Letham’s The Holy Trinity: In Scripture, History, Theology, and Worship. At 20 bucks it’s well-worth purchasing. At the center…