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Education at All Saints

All Saints Lutheran Church believes that education and study enhance the Christian life to include more about the world around us and helps strengthen our bond to people and planet.  ​We offer a variety of courses at All Saints taught at different times during the year, for various purposes.  If you'd like to learn more, please see the different offerings below.


Sunday Morning Little Ones

Adult Study

For the little ones!  We have a wonderful volunteer-led craft time where the young ones in our congregation may gather and learn a lesson about the love of God, the hope we have for the world, and the relationships we have as people in church.  These are typically during worship, after the children's message, each Sunday Worship service at 9:30am.  

For those above 14 years old, we offer a bible study that typically has met after worship each Sunday.  Worship begins at 9:30am, and typically the lessons pertain to the texts we heard in worship that Sunday.  Volunteer led, we gather for study shortly after a little fellowship time after the service.  Join us, all levels of biblical literacy are welcome!

Rev. Kent Webber (Retired)

Rev. Kent Webber (Ret) is a Presbyterian pastor in the Novato community with a true love for continued education and fellowship.  His teaching style is approachable and intelligently outlined, with a passion for the people he's educating.  Periodically, Rev. Kent uses All Saints Lutheran Church's building to teach his courses in person and now also online with our Zoom channel.  

The schedule for his classes vary with each new topic.  

The most recent class was Paul: Ambassador for Christ.


Click the button below to view our YouTube channel and see his class videos.

Baptism/First Communion/Confirmation

By appointment, courses will be taught for youth and adults alike for baptism, first communion, and Confirmation at All Saints.  Please contact the

church administrator for more information.


Baptism is something that we live.  The course covers the basics of the rite, where we enter into Christ's death and resurrection so that we die to sin and made a new creation each day.  Instruction for this is typically brief, and is not required to be completed for baptism.  

First Communion

Instruction for 1st graders and up, this is for whomever feels ready to learn about Holy Communion and receive instruction for participation in the sacrament. 


For the 12-14 year olds, this is the affirmation we make to God and to our community that we will live out our baptismal promises as adults.  This is typically a 1-2 year course, either online or in person. 


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