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Royal Ball Run – Autism Awareness
All Saints Lutheran Church has been listed as a Royal Supporter for Royal Ball Run for Autism for the last several years and has been listed on back of 1,500 t-shirts because of your financial support! Anyone interested in donating again this year can place your donation (checks written to All Saints) into the offering plate on Sunday mornings, just make sure to designate the donation by marking the memo line Royal Ball Run and one check will be written from All Saints to support this great non-profit. Thank you for your donations!

The Royal Ball Run for Autism raises funds, awareness, and greater acceptance for royally remarkable children and young adults on the Autism spectrum. In our first 9 years, thousands of runners, volunteers, sponsors, and donors have helped the Royal Ball Run for Autism contribute approximately $230,000 to local programs serving children and families touched by autism.

We are royally grateful for your support! To date, our signature events, the Royal Ball Run for Autism Race and Royal Ball for All Carnival has provided financial assistance for autism programs and services in the Quad City Area, which includes, the Quad Cities Autism Center, scholarships for speech and language therapy, peers program, Blackhawk Area special education center and others.

At the 2nd Annual Quad City Autism Resource Fair in February 2019, we unveiled The Royal Guide which will help to be a resource for new or experienced caregivers, parents, or teachers with individuals on the autism spectrum. The Royal Guide will continue to evolve, and we will continue to ask for your recommendations. You can find the guide at

We also provide a community of support for families of autism through parental networking, social skills development, and celebration/awareness events for families and their extended family and friends to come together. The fact that 1 in 59 children are now diagnosed on the spectrum means there are approximately 5,600 individuals in the immediate QCA (Rock Island, Moline, East Moline, Davenport, and Bettendorf) who are on the spectrum.

Proclamation Ministry Team
The Proclamation Ministry Team would like your input! Let Amanda, Laura, or Marilyn know if you would be interested in supper club. They are thinking this would only take place at a restaurant.

From the Office
E-weekly and Bulletin Articles/Announcements

The deadline to have articles/announcements in the e-weekly is Mondays at noon. This allows our Director of Communications person to have time to get everything compiled and into the e-weekly that is scheduled to send at 5 am on Wednesday mornings. Bulletin announcements need to be submitted by Thursdays at noon to allow time for the bulletin to be completed. Please email information to: or fill out a yellow Announcement form and place it under the office door. Thank you!

Did you know?
Did you know that you can listen to past sermons on the church website? Did you know there is also the transcript posted if you would like to read past sermons? If you don’t have access to the internet but would like to have a copy of past sermons let the office know.