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All Saints Lutheran Church
2 San Marin Drive, Novato, CA 94945
God has a dream for the world: peace, justice and love in a world where no one is left out.
In God’s dream, all people can celebrate life even when there is little else to celebrate. That dream is to have perfect living conditions, perfect health, perfect relationships. That dream is a world without violence, without discrimination, without hate.
The church is a place where individuals can connect with others who share God’s dream, learn more about how God is working in the world today to realize that dream, and draw on resources we need to help us work toward realizing that dream: faith, hope, prayer, energy and excitement.
We’re a gathering of ordinary people, journeying together as we worship, discuss, question and grow in our faith and spirituality. We come together every Sunday morning at 9:30 a.m. to worship God with song, prayer and celebration of Holy Communion. Extra services are scheduled during Christmas and Easter season.
We enjoy coffee fellowship following worship and adults are welcome to a study class. On the second and third Sundays of each month, children gather at 9:00 a.m. for Spark Sunday School.
During the summer, we occasionally worship outdoors on our front lawn. During Lent and Advent we gather for special Wednesday evening services. If you’re a seeker or a visitor … a life-long Christian or new to the faith … passing through or a close neighbor … we welcome you!
Followers of Jesus can make a difference in the world through worship, prayer, study, and service.
At All Saints, we strive to be a center for healing where individuals of all ages are invited and equipped to live their Christian faith in daily life. We worship God through all aspects of our lives. We pray for each other in all situations, seeking God’s guidance in bad situations and rejoicing with each other in good situations. We take time to learn more about what it means to be Christian. And, we care for the earth, and serve others, as we are called to do, in our community and the world.