Crossroads gathers Wednesdays from 6:45-8pm during the school year. Youth in grades 7-9 come together for a large group time of music, a game and a brief message. After this, they gather in small groups where they build friendships and spend time with an adult and older high school aged mentors. These groups are a favorite time to catch up with friends and talk about relevant topics for teens. Crossroads provides youth with the message that they are loved by God and always have a place in God's family. Crossroads also offers additional events and retreats during the year, as well as opportunities to make a difference in the community and in the church through serving. Contact Kristine Clemens for more information about Crossroads and any of our youth ministry opportunities. Download the Crossroads Registration Form.


Senior High youth participate as mentors in our Crossroads Ministry. In addition, a variety of events during the year (ski and snowboard trips, movie nights, and Bible studies) draw students together. One of the biggest events of the year is our summer mission trip. Senior high youth travel across the country to serve, while growing in faith and community together.  In summer 2018, youth traveled to upstate New York. In 2019, join us as we travel to the Northern Cheyenne Indian Reservation in Montana. See below for more information about the 2019 trip.

RETREATS in 2018–19

Youth in grades 7-12 have opportunities to get away from school and other commitments during the year for retreats. Youth build community together, explore faith and have fun.  Retreats scheduled in 2018-2019 include:

  • Youth Serving Retreat - October 26-27
  • 8th Grade - November 10-11
  • 9th Grade - December 8
  • February 2019 - 30 Hour Famine.  Youth and friends grades 7-12 participate in the annual 30 Hour Famine. It's a weekend of fasting from food and learning about hunger related diseases. The weekend is spent doing service projects, playing games, growing closer to God, having fun and making new friends.
  • 9th Grade - April 2019

Contact Kristine to register for an upcoming retreat.


Youth have access to Camp Wapo, which offers incredible options to connect with friends and faith during the summer.  Older teens have experiences at Ox Lake Camp in close proximity to Camp Wapo, and more adventurous types can experience Wilderness Canoe Base in the Boundary Waters. Learn more about the Camp Wapo association and the opportunities available to youth through All Saints.


Youth enjoy helping as assistants in our kids ministry, greeters, worship assistants, and in roles throughout the church. Talk to Kristine Clemens or another appropriate staff member to find out how to get started.


July 13–21, 2019  |  Grades 9–12

Be a part of the senior high mission trip  to the Northern Cheyenne Indian Reservation in Montana. Participate in singing, helping with crafts, and reading to kids living on the reservation. We partner with the community to work on home improvement projects, painting, and yard work. In the evenings we engage in fun activities such as visiting the Little Bighorn Battlefield and hearing from a longtime community friend. In addition to a great week of serving, the team will have a lot of fun, meet and make new friends and grow closer to God. Find registration forms here or at the Youth board. Find an information packet here. Submit to the church office as soon as possible!


Join us next year in February

The 30 Hour Famine event promotes hunger awareness and raises money for those in need. Participants engage in activities, service projects and fasting. 


All Saints offers opportunities for youth to express themselves musically.


Choir for those in grades 1-8. 

Older youth provide a great example for younger kids

and the result is a wonderful sound across these ages.

Contact Brian De Young for more information.


Youth with vocal or instrumental skills have opportunities in worship. 

Contact Brian De Young to begin exploring opportunities in our
traditional or contemporary service.