Christian Formation encompasses more than just education. It is a lifelong process of growing in our relationship with God, self, others, and all creation. At All Souls', we strive to support youth in their development as people of faith and character who serve as leaders both within the Church and in their daily lives.
Friday Evenings: 6:30 - 8:30pm (Location Varies)
4th - 8th Grade
Our Explorers gather most Friday evenings when school is in session for a holistic approach to faith formation that encompasses education, service, and fellowship. We are formed as Christians in the process of forming relationships with one another and reaching out to our community in Jesus' name.
First Sunday of the Month: 7:00 - 8:30pm (in the Youth Room)
INTERMission: Reflections on Mission, Ministry, and the Good News -- 7th - 12th Grade
Our Voyagers (7th - 12th Grade) gather monthly on Sunday evenings to consider the meaning of "mission"
for Christians today. We will learn about poverty and injustice as symptoms of brokenness in the world, and we
will reflect on our own role in healing those divisions at home and abroad.
This class is an excellent formation opportunity for all our youth, allowing them to examine the role faith plays in
encouraging social transformation, as well as the ways faith can bring us healing and hope even when our
circumstances do not change. Participation in INTERMission is required for all who wish to be part of our summer
mission trip to Belize.
INTERMission meets on the following Sundays, from 7 - 8:30:
For more information about INTERMission or to sign up, email firstname.lastname@example.org.
To learn more about our upcoming mission trip to Belize, check out our Mission Trip page.
Our INTERMission class will engage in a study developed by the Chalmers Center, which reframes poverty alleviation in terms of restoring broken relationships with God, self, others, and creation.