All Saints Lutheran Church maintains a Spanish language mission, holding services of Word and Sacrament in Spanish on Sunday afternoons. After a kick-off celebration, at which two area Hispanic NALC congregations joined All Saints, weekly services began. Outreach to the local community, membership classes and Bible study have led to the growth of this mission. The mission of the Church is to go into all the world, making disciples of all nations, baptizing them in the name of the Father, and the Son, and the Holy Spirit; and teaching them everything that Jesus has commanded. All Saints Lutheran Church exists to fulfill this mission, and is located in the greater Dallas-Fort Worth metropolitan area, in which many people speak Spanish as a first language. All Saints has the organizational infrastructure and physical space to support a Spanish-language ministry, and is conveniently located near two freeways, allowing a Spanish language ministry to draw people from around the region as well as the local neighborhood. Additionally, All Saints offers First Communion, Confirmation and youth ministry in English, creating an ideal circumstance for first and second-generation families who attend worship in Spanish, yet require student ministry conducted in English for their second-generation and third-generation children.
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