Small Groups and Bible Studies

 

 

 

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Small Group

 Small Groups

All Saints members enjoy being involved in small groups for study and sharing. Groups have helped people deepen relationships with other members and enrich their own faith lives. Participants can share with each other about their lives and pray together.

 

20s and 30s Group

Meet and have fun with other All Saints members in their 20s and 30s at various Twin Cities locations. Contact Maggie Blackmon with questions.

 

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SAINTS ON BIKES

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

 

 

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PRAYER SHAWL MINISTRY

Prayer shawls are a blessing and a comfort for those in the congregation who are facing life and health challenges. Knit as a group on the first and third Wednesdays of the month at the church from 1-3 p.m. Pastors and BeFrienders deliver the shawls with our prayers for healing. Contact: Charlyn Kerr

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MOTORCYCLE GROUP

Meets the first Sunday of every month (above freezing) at noon to ride about 100 miles on some of the prettiest back roads you can find. We usually stop for food about halfway through the ride. Pace is determined by the riders. Passengers are welcome to ride along. Contact: Roger Anderson

Hunger Team serving at Our Saviors Lutheran

Hunger Team serving at Our Saviours Lutheran

HUNGER TEAM

Help those in need by joining the Hunger Team, which serves dinner once a month at Our Saviour’s Housing in Minneapolis, supports the ICA Food Shelf, and identifies and promotes local and global anti-hunger initiatives throughout the year. The team meets three to four times a year.

Contacts: Sheryl Stauss and Jo Carlson

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All Saints Advocates for Peace (ASAP)

ALL SAINTS ADVOCATES FOR PEACE (ASAP)

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

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SPECIAL MOMENTS QUILTERS

Meet monthly on the first and third Wednesdays at 1 p.m. to make baby quilts for baptisms, pillows given during pastoral calls, and quilts for special events. Contact:  Bev Sether

 Gardening Group

GARDENING GROUP

This active group of men and women supports beautification of the church grounds, provides gardening opportunities to enhance our children’s learning experience, and grows vegetables to give to ICA Food Shelf. We have gone on local field trips to enjoy gardening beyond our grounds. Join us for one hour or all season. Contact: Carol Breczinski

 

FAITHFUL WALKERS
Every other week, 6:30 p.m.

Join us for walks, ranging from one to three miles, at different locations throughout the summer. If needed, rain dates will be the following week. Walks are on Tuesdays or Thursdays.

Meet at the church west entrance to carpool; we’ll leave at 6:40 p.m. with a return time around 9 p.m. Bring water, cash for treats, walking shoes, and energy. Walkers of all ages are welcome. No pets please.

Contact Cindy Grotz (952.934.6608). Join us once or more faithfully!

View 2017 walking schedule.

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FAMILIES, FAITH AND DIS/ABILITIES

This small group explores faith journeys through the experience of disabilities. Children and youth with disabilities, their siblings and parents have an opportunity to explore their faith through music, stories, and companionship. Parents and interested adults discuss their own faith journeys as well as their faith formation visions for their children with disabilities. Contact: Kate Bretscher

OWLS

OWLs Outing

OLDER WISER LUTHERAN SAINTS (OWLS)

A social group of singles and couples 55+ plan monthly events like potlucks, service activities, and outings to indoor and outdoor attractions in the area.

Contacts: Ken and Jean Schuldt

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OUTREACH QUILTERS

Help make quilts for people in need of warm blankets. Donate new or used sheets, yarn, thread, or cutting mats (call first to see what’s needed). Attend a group session on Tuesday afternoons from 12:30-3 p.m. during the program year. No quilting or sewing experience needed.

Contact: Bernice Novotny

Small Group Ministry Team

Small Group Ministry Team

SMALL GROUP MINISTRY TEAM

We provide support and encouragement for small groups at All Saints.

Contact: Anne Englert

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BIBLE STUDIES

THURSDAY MORNING BIBLE STUDY

Adults meet at 10 a.m. to read scripture with Pastor Antonio. No preparation required. Coffee provided.

SATURDAY BIBLE STUDY

Men gather for fellowship, study, prayer and mutual encouragement. Learn more about how God speaks to you through Bible study. Meet every Saturday from 8-9:30 a.m. Contact: George Rowley

MARTHA CIRCLE

This women’s Bible study and fellowship group meets at church the fourth Wednesday of the month, September through May, at 12:30 p.m. Contacts: Judy Johnson and Jackie Jones