Join us on Sundays for engaging and relevant messages that inspire and bring faith into reality.


    We live in uncertain times. We find plenty of reasons for concern. Some of our fears are legitimate. But, fear can also drive people to bad decisions on one hand, or inaction on the other. We’ll use Adam Hamilton’s book, Unafraid: Living with Courage and Hope in Uncertain Times, as the backdrop for this five-week sermon series. 

    We’ll find encouragement to break through our fears like disappointing others, failure, health, loneliness, insignificance, aging and the challenges of our time. By doing so, we can become the presence of Jesus, and a light in our relationships, our community and our world. 


Check out our past series below. Listen to past messages by clicking on the tab above.

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    What's on your storyboard? Filmmakers create storyboards to capture the key moments in a story. The same could be done with our lives. If you were going to tell the story of your life, what are the inspiring scenes you would include, especially those where you felt spiritually engaged?  The key conversations or relationships that were formative? The moments where you were challenged or had to stretch, whether welcomed or not? As you look at your life, can you see where God has been present? Have you experienced grace and discovered the joy and wisdom of faith? What does your next chapter look like?  

    • September 8 – Storyboard:Your Inspiring Moments
    • September 15 – Storyboard:Your Key Conversations
    • September 22 – Storyboard: Your Stretch Moments
    • September 29– Storyboard:  Your Next Chapter

    Close out the summer on Sundays at All Saints as we share one of our favorite series of the year. Have you ever sat through a movie and seen connections to Christian faith? Join us as we explore four unique movies and share our takeaways for living our faith in the world today.

    August 11 – Toy Story 4

    August 25 – The Zookeeper’s Wife

    August 18 – Yesterday

    September 1 – Rocketman

  • 1 thessalonians

    Join us for a mid-summer series exploring the earliest writing in the New Testament — St. Paul's letter to the Christians in Thessalonica. Faith, hope, and love are hallmarks of authentic faith and they marked the lives of the church there, even as they faced uncertainties and a lack of clarity about their situation.

    “We remember before our God and Father your work produced by faith, your labor prompted
    by love, and your endurance inspired by hope in our Lord Jesus Christ.”      

    – 1 Thessalonians 1:3



    Summer in Minnesota is a great time to air out the house. New homes are built to be air tight and, although they’re efficient, the air inside gets stale. Our lives, our relationships and our faith can feel the same way. We live in controlled, comfortable and efficient environments that may prevent us from experiencing the fresh air we need to thrive. God challenges us to crack open our tightly controlled lives and faith to let the Spirit in.

    June 2 – Crack Open Your Life

    June 9 – Crack Open the Church (Pentecost Sunday)

    June 16 – Crack Open Your Relationships                      

    June 23 – Crack Open Your Purpose                                  

  • The SOund we make

    From the first sound of a parent’s voice to a newborn, to the sounds we make on social media and in late night conversations with close friends, our voice has an impact.  Our voice can be calming, encouraging, alarming, shaming or pleasantly memorable.  The tone of our voice is shaped by those we listen to.  In this series, we listen carefully to Jesus and how we can develop our own voice in a way that is consistent with the values we embrace.   

    April 28 – Peace

    May 5 – Encouragement

    May 12 – Riffs

    May 19 – Openness


    Jesus said that those who follow him are the light of the world (Matthew 5:14). God’s love and grace, experienced through Jesus, is the source of that light. So, how can we allow God’s light to shine in the darkness we experience today — in our families, in the world and in ourselves? Come together in the weeks leading up to Easter and learn how we can let the light shine. Let there be light!

    March 10 – Address Hunger

       Watch the videos shared during this message.

       ICA Food Shelf

       ELCA World Hunger

    March 17 – Do Something

       Make an impact at All Saints

       Make an impact through one of our ministry partners

    March 24 – Support Mental Health

       Discover what our church says about mental health.

    March 31 – Care for Creation

       Join us for a talk by Paul Douglas, April 2 at 7pm.

    April 7 – Pause to Listen

       Guest preacher Rev. Kathryn Tiede, from Lutheran Social Services

    April 14 – Lift Up Hope (Palm Sunday)


    Jesus begins a movement that unifies people around a common identity. We celebrate what makes us unique, while we also affirm that what brings life is an identity rooted in: principles, commitments and a proper perception of ourselves and others. We’ll explore how our identity holds up under pressure and reflect on the true identity of Jesus. In claiming our deepest identity in Christ, we find the life we long for and the impact we hope to make.

    February 3 – Principles

    February 10 – Commitments

    February 17 – Perceptions

    February 24 – Under Pressure

    March 3 – Jesus Revealed


    As we move through winter, the mystery and beauty of the Christmas story still fresh, we reflect on the undercurrents of our faith. They are concerns, yearnings, and imaginings that point to something deeper:  Longing for Justice, Thirst for Spirituality, Hunger for Relationship and Beauty in Creation. They point to the presence and work of God. If you’re seeking to better understand why you are drawn to faith and yet remain restless at moments, join us.

    January 6 Longing for Justice

    January 13 Thirst for Spirituality

    January 20 Hunger for Relationship

    January 27 Beauty in Creation



    Faith is a series of awakenings. It’s not a single moment. It unfolds as we live through new experiences and situations.  It requires time for reflection on our past, present and future… on those who’ve come before us, our capacity, what’s truly important and where God is leading us. It invites us to look to both unseen spiritual realities as well as the very tangible and present needs before us. Faith in Christ draws us to this intersection where personal and communal transformation is not only possible, but experienced in Christ. 

    November 4 - Awaken to Your Belonging

    November 11 - Awaken to Your Capacity

    November 18 - Awaken to Your Foundations

    November 25 - Awaken to God's Voice


    Have you ever heard Christians say things that don't sound quite right? Sometimes we repeat phrases that have the ring of truth, but upon further examination aren't helpful. During this series we explore some of those phrases that might be best dropped. 

    Sept 30 - Everything Happens for a Reason    

    Oct 7 - God Helps Those Who Help Themselves

    Oct 14 - God Won’t Give You More Than You Can Handle

    Oct 21 - God Said It, I believe It, That Settles It

    Oct 28 - Love the Sinner, Hate the Sin


    We are the Church. The Church is not a building or an institution. It's a movement of people centered on the life, teachings, death and resurrection of Jesus Christ. We believe that we are called to something bigger than ourselves and beyond ourselves. And yet, that mission begins here. Because of you, this mission handed off to us 2000 some years ago continues on. Jesus Christ is the light of the world that offers love, hope and transformational grace for all who will receive it.

    Sept. 9 - We Serve the World

    Sept. 16 - We are a Movement

    Sept. 23 - We are Devoted to the Highest Purpose


    Everyone loves a good movie. But, have you ever walked out of the theater and thought something about it reflected the message of Christian faith? Join us for this favorite summer series as we explore where faith and the movies intersect.

    Aug. 19 - Interstellar

    Aug. 26 - Wonder

    Sept. 2 - West Side Story