Small Groups @ All Saints

Small groups are a growing ministry at All Saints. We started our church-wide small group Bible studies in the fall 2019 and are looking into continuing the activity going forward. Our vision is that every person attending the All Saints Lutheran Church would also be a part of a small group. Our plan is to have two church-wide study sessions a year. The groups can continue in between or dissolve to form new ones when the new session starts.

The small groups come together once a week in homes to study God’s Word. The materials and plan for studying together is provided by the church. In addition to studying, the home groups also provide prayer support, and most of them also offer snacks and fellowship. It is a perfect opportunity to learn to know God and fellow believers more deeply. It can be like a family that supports you in your faith walk and helps out at times of trouble.

To attend a small group you don’t have to be knowledgeable about the Bible – the whole point is to learn and grow together. This form of fellowship works for new and mature Christians alike.

If you would like to join a small group, ask Pastor Dolby and he’ll connect you with the right persons. You can also email the Small Groups Ministry team at biblestudy@allsaints-lcms.com .

Here are some resources you can make use of with your small group:

Lutheran Hour Ministries Lutheran Hour Ministries is a trusted resource in global media that equips and engages a vibrant volunteer base to passionately proclaim the Gospel to more than 136 million people worldwide each week.

Concordia Publishing House  Concordia Publishing House is the publishing arm of The Lutheran Church—Missouri Synod. It exists for the purposes of strengthening and aiding member congregations in their proclamation of the Gospel of our Lord Jesus Christ and working in partnership with the agencies and congregations of the Synod to provide publishing services.

Ligonier Ministries Ligonier Ministries is an international Christian discipleship organization founded by theologian Dr. R.C. Sproul in 1971 to equip Christians to articulate what they believe, why they believe it, how to live it, and how to share it. Proclaiming God’s holiness is central to Ligonier’s purpose.

Living on the Edge Living on the Edge exists to help Christians live like Christians. Established in 1995 as the radio ministry of pastor and author Chip Ingram, God has since grown it into an international discipleship ministry. Living on the Edge provides Biblical teaching and discipleship resources that challenge and equip spiritually hungry Christians all over the world to become mature disciples of Jesus.

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