All About All Saints Class*



Are you interested in learning more about All Saints and the PCA? Join us for All About All Saints – a 4-week class taught by All Saints pastors covering everything from the basics of orthodox Christianity to the details of life and worship at All Saints. This class is open to anyone who would like to learn more and we encourage participants to ask questions. Classes meet September 21 and 28 & October 19 and 26. Food and childcare are provided. Register here for either the morning or evening class.   *AAAS is required for membership.





Fall Classes begin Sunday, September 7



Fall Adult Spiritual Formation and Children’s Sunday School classes begin Sunday, September 7 at 9:15 AM at St. Gabriel’s. A complete list of classes is available here.





Job Opening | Children’s Ministry Director

Find out more about a current job opening at All Saints for a Children’s Ministry Director. Please submit all inquiries and resumes to




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Mini-Conference with Dr. Richard Pratt

Providence Church is hosting a mini-conference with Dr. Richard Pratt who will speak on the kingdom of God. The conference will be at Central Christian Church (1110 Guadalupe St.) from 8:30-12:30. Coffee and light breakfast will be provided. Cost is $10. Find Dr. Pratt’s bio and registration information here.




In the City




Serve dinner for the ARCH, a public resource to the male homeless population in Austin. Young Adults currently commit to the third Tuesday evening of every month from 5:30 PM – 8:00 PM. For more information, ontact Martina or Josh Eby.





All Saints Specific Serving OpportunitiesPartner Ministries: On this page you will find serving areas that are specific to All Saints such as the Haiti project, or Side by Side Kickball, ESL, Service Day, Latino Center of Leadership and  other ways to serve our mission partners. To learn more about who our local ministry partners are click here.



For the CityFor The City: All Saints has partnered with For the City network to provide you with ways to serve the Austin community. For the City provides a search matrix for you to choose available days, types of ministry, and times that will work with your schedule all around the city of Austin.



“Burmese help group.” Monday nights from 7-8:30 PM. We meet to do ESL, go over questions for the U.S. citizenship test, and to discuss any questions recent immigrants have about insurance, teacher evaluation forms, school documents, etc. Our main goal in all of this studying and conversation is to empower this community to navigate an intimidating environment of a new country. Contact Kady.


In the Church

There are many ways you can serve at All Saints. Find a complete list here or contact Rebekah Rice to help find a place for you to serve.



Interested in serving with the Children’s Ministry?

There is a place for you! All Saints has over 200 children and we are always looking for new faces to serve as greeters in the children’s hallway, classroom musicians,  Sunday School teachers, and Children’s Church teachers! Email to find out how you can serve.


Children’s Ministry Teacher Training

If you are volunteering in the Children’s Ministry this fall and have never attended a teacher training, please plan to attend either the morning or evening training session on Sunday, August 24. For more info contact Meghann Presley.


Find more information about the Children’s Ministry here.


Lake Travis Boat Party | Sun., Aug. 24 | 4:00-9:00 PM

Last youth group event of the summer! We are joining one of our sister churches (Crosspointe Church) on the boat and thus have limited space, so please RSVP to Josh Keller when you are able, so we can plan accordingly. Cost is $20.





Save the Date: Youth Group Camping Trip – October 17-18







Fall classes for middle school and high school students will begin in September:

  • Middle School | “1 John: Pushing Back the Darkness”

Church Office; Wednesdays at 7:30 PM

In 1 John, Christ is presented as two things: light and love. And John argues that these two characteristics are the foundation of the Christian community. It is a community which embraces light not darkness and one that is loving. And these two characteristics do what John talks about in chapter 5; they overcome the world.
  • High School | “Judges: The Spiral of Sin and the Staircase of Grace”

Park Hills; Sundays at 6:45 PM

We don’t often think about sin as an addiction, but it in a real sense it is. Though we realize it’s not good for us, left to ourselves we can’t give it up. The book of Judges shows us that left to ourselves we will spiral downward, but that God will intervene with His grace and provide a way out through His son.



Find more information on the youth group here or contact Josh Keller.



Draught House Thursdays: Every Thursday starting at 7:30 PM a group of young adults gather at the Draught House Pub. Bring a camping chair if you have one as we sit outside in the parking lot (weather permitting). If you don’t own a camping chair please come anyway and we can figure it out. But also consider swinging by Academy for a $4.99 pick-up. Invite your friends.





Men’s Fall BBQ – Save The Date



The Men’s fall BBQ will be Saturday, September 27. More info coming soon!







Suggestions or questions about Men’s ministry? Contact Josh Eby.

Women’s Summer R/V Club (Read & View)

Love to read? And watch movies? Join Joanne Moore and Lauren Brownfield for the last R/V gathering for the summer: Wednesday, August 20 at 7 PM we will discuss Jane Austen’s Persausion and watch a movie adaptation. Popcorn & drinks will be provided at Joanne’s home (4701 Gold Flower Hollow, 78731). Please RSVP to Joanne by August 19.



Women’s Fall Monday Bible Study

In addition to several other weekly women’s gatherings, women’s Bible study at Park Hills will continue this fall on MONDAYS starting September 8! We’ll have coffee and fellowship from 9-10AM and then we’ll study the book of Romans from 10-11:30AM. Childcare will be available.  REGISTER HERE.


When you register you’ll be asked to pick one of the following:

a) provide refreshments (choose a date)
b) prepare a lesson for the older 4’s (choose a date)
*or both!
and pick a Small Group to join for discussion time:
  • Mary Jane Grooms and Teri McClendon (scripture based discussion, w/ emphasis on parenting)
  • Nancy Donaldson and Shelley Malachowski (scripture based discussion w/ emphasis on doctrine/theology)
  • Kim Hall and Suzanne Wilson and Ellen Lee (scripture based discussion w/ emphasis on outreach/hospitality)

50+ Fellowship is a community of people of similar ages, interests, and energy. Do you love hospitality? Those interested in hosting (simply providing space) for future gatherings please email


All Saints Acoustic Concerts at Hill House: B. Sterling on Friday, September 5
The fall season of our acoustic concert series kicks off with the return of Austin singer-songwriter, B. Sterling, on Friday, September 5th! A reception with light refreshments will begin at 7pm, followed by the concert, which takes place in the intimate parlor of this historic home and student ministry center located at 2104 Nueces, 78705. Space is limited, so an RSVP to David Lutes is required.



All Saints Arts Roundtable: First Wednesday of the month. The next meeting will be Wednesday, September 3. If you’re a creative professional or simply have creative interests, you’ll find fellowship, encouragement, and opportunities to discuss, learn, and serve with fellow creatives at our monthly Arts Roundtable lunch at Hill House (2104 Nueces 78705). RSVP to David Lutes.






NEW All Saints Arts Ministry Small Group: Arts Ministry Small Group meets once a month at 7:30 PM at Jennifer Park’s home (1723 Deerfield Dr.) to discuss the book Art & Fear by David Bayles and Ted Orland. The next meeting will be Wednesday, August 20. Contact David Lutes for more information and to be added to the arts group email list.