We are connecting, learning and remaining engaged. 

    Join online activities and upcoming outdoor worship services. 


      The west parking lot comes alive with music, prayer and appropriately-spaced togetherness. Registration is required and is currently limited to 70 so sign up today!

      Upcoming outdoor worship dates and registration links:

      August 9

      August 23

      September 13

      Bring your own lawn chair!  

      We'll be following strict practices to protect each other including: 

      • minimum 10 foot distancing
      • no handshaking or physical contact
      • masks required at all times

      Volunteers will be present to ensure safe practices. The building will not be open to attendees during the morning. Please park in the south or east lot and distance appropriately when walking to and from the worship area. If you have experienced symptoms recently or have new symptoms prior to the event, we ask that you participate online from home for the well-being of others.

      Find the e-bulletin through the All Saints Minnetonka App (available on your phone's app store) to follow the service or use the e-news link from the prior Thursday. We ask you to give online by using the tab in our App. You can also contribute using Text to Give. Simply text the dollar amount you’d like to donate (no $ sign needed) to 952.260.3352. Follow the prompts to enter your credit card number.

      The outdoor service will be in place of our usual 9 a.m. online weekend service. It will be livestreamed on our All Saints Lutheran Church Minnetonka YouTube channel for all who are unable to attend or are not comfortable doing so. The service will also be available on-demand later in the day on our website. In case of inclement weather, the outdoor service will be canceled, and worship will be available online only. Please watch our Facebook page or website for cancellation notices.

      • breakfast of hope

        The following is an event that supports our church vision relating to Healthy Souls. 

        Mental Health Connect brings Mental Health resources and education to the community. On Tuesday, August 11, while eating breakfast and enjoying a cup of coffee, virtually join Mental Health Connect for an hour of hope. Learn about what Mental Health Connect is doing in the Twin Cities for people with mental health concerns and leave with resources to help you, your friends and loved ones. 

        Michael Maddaus, our special guest, will speak about resiliency. From 24 arrests as a juvenile to a successful career as an academic thoracic surgeon, and into the painful depths of prescription drug addiction, Michael has navigated life’s twists and turns with resilience like few people you’ll ever meet. Michael Maddaus captivates audiences with his unapologetic lessons on how to build a Resilience Bank Account by practicing eight daily habits that lead to optimal physical, mental, and emotional performance.

        Funds raised from this event will support the mission of Mental Health Connect, providing community-based resources, support and education to improve access to mental health services and to connect individuals and families with the services they need. Register today. Spread the word and share on Facebook.

      • wordworkers

        WordWorkers, a writers' group led by Rolf Olson, holds virtual meetings to work on projects. New members are encouraged to join. Contact Rolf for information.

        Sessions meet from 7 to 8 p.m.

        • August 26
        • September 16
        • September 30
      • saints on bikes

        Saints riders explore local trails and parks. Rides are scheduled every other Sunday through early fall. Become a part of this fun and friendly experience.

        View the schedule here. Contact Eileen with questions.

        Wearing masks and social distancing are being practiced.