We believe that we have a spiritual responsibility for life-long learning and formation.
We aim to provide high-quality education appropriate to every age and stage of life, with a rich variety that helps people find educational opportunities that are a good fit for them. Theologically, we are progressive and embrace open discourse and intellectual curiosity.
We rejoice in our children and place a great emphasis on them. Children grow up at All Saints’ with a sense of ownership in the congregation and an awareness that their spirituality is honored. Our Montessori-based Catechesis of the Good Shepherd church school curriculum starts at age three and builds broader understanding as children mature, complemented by involvement with their families in other church activities.
Our clergy, staff, and talented lay teachers offer ongoing learning opportunities for adults in scripture, prayer, the Episcopal Church and its history, and more. Small groups gather to read books, discuss current events, and deepen our knowledge and understanding of our faith and the world. We invite you to come and learn and grow with us.
- Adult Formation Wherever you find yourself, come, explore, and enliven your faith. Exploration, not answers. Time to connect deeply with God and one another. Topics and speakers that challenge us to think in new and creative ways about our faith. Adult education and formation at All Saints' is this, and so much more. Many of our programs… Continue Reading
- Youth and Children’s Formation The goal of our church school program is to enable our children to learn about the Bible, Christ and our Church through experiences as part of a loving Christian community beyond their immediate family. We hope to achieve this by offering a curriculum which includes outreach activities, special parties and events and age-appropriate exploration of… Continue Reading