Kids Connection resumes in the fall. Stay connected over the summer with new videos and Bible stories available below.

    Vacation Bible School takes place on Sundays in August and includes parents! Click the tab to register.


    Sundays, August 1, 8, 22, 29 from 2-4 p.m.

    This year, Vacation Bible School is for the entire family. Join us for one Sunday or for all Sundays and experience the fun of VBS alongside your kids. As you spend time with your kids on these Sunday afternoons, you'll find meaningful time together focused on building values and faith. It's also a great time for both kids and parents to build connections and community with one another.

    Something remarkable happens when people learn how God sees them. Because of Jesus, we can be confident that we are known, we belong, we are forgiven, and we can make a difference. Families will learn together about how God sees us — a lesson that kids and adults both need to hear.

    VBS is $25 each Sunday for every family unit. The cost includes a craft, games, a snack, and lots of fun and learning.  If you choose to come every week, you will receive an extra gift!  Watch a fun video to get you excited for summer VBS fun.



    Register the kids for a fun week of camp (July 25-30) with other All Saints youth or select your own week. There are also camping dates available that families can register for to camp together. For details and registration, click here.


    Understand more about the importance of play in a video discussion led by All Saints Child Care Director Heather Charmoli. Play is the way children interpret and understand their world. 



    • What could a child possibly learn while playing? 
    • What skills are learned through play? 
    • Strategies promoting more in-depth play
    • Suggestions for toys and materials that teach different things

    • sunday, june 20

      You will not be the best at everything or you may not think your role is important. However, God can use you no matter what. This week we hear about how God used Gideon in a pretty unique way.

      Watch the video here.

    • sunday, june 13

      This week we learn that we can have confidence because God has a plan for us. The plan may be something that we wouldn't have chosen or couldn't initially see, but we can trust God's plan. One example of this in the Bible is the Battle of Jericho. Joshua probably went into the Battle of Jericho thinking he would have to fight his way in, however, God's plan was much more peaceful.

      Watch the video here.

    • sunday, june 6

      Hear  the words of John 3:16, "For God so loved the world that he gave his only Son, for everyone who believes in Him shall not perish but have eternal life." When we hear these words, we can be confident because we can see just how deep God's love is for us.

      Watch the video here.


    • may series

      Anyone who has participated in a long-distance race knows that most people cannot wake up on the morning of the race and be successful without training. Races require training and preparation. Faith is the same way. There are many different things we can do to strengthen our faith. During May we talked about different spiritual practices, such as prayer, meditation, generosity, and serving, that can be used to strengthen our faith.

    • april series

      Ever since the beginning of humanity, there have been arguments and wars that divided individuals and groups of people. We see this throughout the Bible and in our world today. Jesus’ death and resurrection are signs of incredible peace and create the opportunity for us to reconnect with each other and with God.

      One of our responsibilities as Christians is to connect and build bridges and not tear apart our connections with others. Kids listened to stories from the Bible about people demonstrating peace and how they learned from their mistakes.

    • march series

      Have you ever had to wait for something you were really excited about? So excited that you kept looking at the clock, counting the seconds, minutes, and days until it came. Sometimes waiting is hard. However, most of the time we find out that what we were excited about is worth the wait.

    • february series

      Any sports fan knows the joy and energy that accompanies a stadium filled with people. Super fans rarely miss a game, cheer until their voices are almost gone, and never cheer for their team’s rival. What if we cheered for our neighbors like super fans? What if we became super fans of everyone we encountered?

    • january series

      Jesus teaches us how to treat others using five simple rules: Love God and love others, share what you have, work hard, make the most out of what you have been given, and use your words wisely.