Small Groups

See a list of active small groups.


A small group is a family of disciples within All Saints’ body that worships, grows and serves together.  Loving God, learning Christ, and loving others.

At All Saints, we have small groups for men, women, couples, young adults, families, and more!  We want all of our groups to be places where we:

  • Worship- especially by studying God’s Word together;
  • Serve- by meeting the needs of those both within and outside of our body;
  • and are Formed into the image of Christ- by practicing spiritual disciplines together.

We want all of our members and regular attenders to participate in a small group as we realize that deeper spiritual and relational depth happens in more intimate gatherings. If you’re not part of a group, please consider joining one. Click here to see all of our current small group options!


To join a group, check out our current options and email the indicated leader. Email Rebekah if you have any questions or want to chat about a group recommendation.


What do groups do?

  • Fellowship – social engagement that facilitates true friendship
  • Study & Discussion – weekly Bible-based content
  • Prayer – responding to God so that His Kingdom would define our lives and world
  • Mission – to begin, like Christ, to re-orient our lives around serving others out of love


What is the content?

Content varies according to group. Most groups will follow a discussion guide based on the previous week’s sermon. 


For more info on current curriculum, email Rebekah.


How long will this last?

Small groups generally follow a semester schedule with Christmas and summer breaks. Group sign-ups occur at the beginning of each term. Be on the lookout for notices about signing up. After that, dig in, at least for the semester. If the group just isn’t working out for you, switch up next semester.


Who leads these groups?

Groups are led by trained All Saints members. Leaders attend quarterly leader meetings and receive ongoing support from pastoral staff. Interested in leading? Email Rebekah.


Can I start a new small group?

New groups can form most any time. Find some friends, neighbors, colleagues, people like you, people unlike you…gather them up and start a new group. To further discuss how you can help get a new group off the ground, email Rebekah.