Boy Scouts Volunteers for 50 years


All Saints Catholic Community is proud to sponsor Boy Scout Troop 46. Boy Scout Troop 46 has been serving boys in Berlin since the American Brigade. Please visit their website or contact the All Saints representative Vanessa Hansen ( for more information.

Annual pancake breakfast at the JFK Schhool

...enjoying the pancake breakfast...


Peace Light of Bethlehem

The Berlin Scouting community would like to distribute a special gift of Peace, the Peace Light flame and symbol, as a present from the Scouts to the American and international communities in Berlin.

The Peace Light from Bethlehem in Austria was created as a charitable relief mission for children in need. Since 1986, it has co-operated with Scouts in many countries allowing the light to travel throughout Europe. Each year, teh Austrian Scouting community organizes a trip to the Church of the Nativity in Bethlehem to light the first Peacelight lantern from the eternal flame burning in the Church Grotto and brings it back to Austria for distribution it at a service of dedication to delegations from across Europe. The light has been presented to such dignataries as Pope John Paul II, Mikhail Gorbatshow and former King Hussain of Jordan.

We invite the All Saints community to join us in receiving the flame and in becoming the bearers of the “light” and to help us distribute it to all of our families, friends and neighbors. The main Peace Light service took place at the Marienkirche in Mitte at 14:30 on December 14, 2008. The Peace Light arrived at All Saints on Sunday, December 21st during Mass.

For further information please contact Vanessa Hansen at


Scouting Food Drive

The Scouting Food Drive at Cinestar (Sony Center) on Saturday, September 19th, was a great success! We collected over 400 canned and/or dried food for the Sisters of Charity soup kitchen in Kreuzberg.

Troop 46 'Freedom Outpost' would like to thank the All Saints community for hosting the legendary Col. Halverson (the Chocolate Pilot) on February 10th at Hüttenweg 46. We had nearly 400 people attend this very successful event!


The Beloved Chocolate Pilot

Col. Halverson with All Saints members, Mike Hoth, Kathleen Rueckeis, Vanessa Hansen, Bernward and Jonathan Steinhorst at the 60th Anniversary of the Berlin Airlift at Tempelhof Airport on Friday, June 27th, 2008. More about Col. Halverson's visit at All Saints in Feburary here.




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