Littleton Area Youth Enrichment and Support (YES!!)
Our call: “To find and serve the Child Jesus in our communities by moving away from asking how can we get more young people from our community in the doors of our church to asking, how can we go out the doors of our church to serve the needs of young people in our communities?”
All Saints' is now offering inclusive free and low-cost enrichment and support for local youth, and is partnering with Littleton Recreation Department to offer weekly programming. Come be a part of the fun!
Our volunteers are friendly and experienced, many of them former educators. Meet our Team.
Whether you're a teen looking for some one-on-one support with your life at school, or for some fun things to do in the summer or after school, or both, Littleton Area YES!! has something to offer. Check it out!
Individualized Student Support
Our support volunteers give students access to a trusted adult who can provide one-on-one mentoring, academic support, encouragement, and organizational coaching. Students and their Support Volunteers meet online or in person here at the church, conveniently located just a block from the Littleton High School and are fully supervised.
We provide between 2 and 4 weekly Student Support sessions monthly per student. Sessions run between thirty and forty-five minutes long, and vary in frequency according to the needs of the student, and the availability of the Volunteer.
If you or your teen are interested in this program, please fill out this inquiry form, or call the church at
603-444-3414 and leave a message for Fr. Curtis. We'll get back to you with more information, and answer any questions you may have. We look forward to hearing from you!
If you are a parishioner at All Saints' or a nearby parish and are interested in volunteering, check out this video for more information. If you would like to volunteer or are interested in hearing more, please reach out to
Thanks to the generosity of the Episcopal Diocese of New Hampshire, our Parish and our Volunteers,
this program is free to any qualified student in the area.
Donations gratefully accepted.
Littleton Recreation Department After School Collaboration
In Fall of 2021 we kicked off a collaboration with the Littleton Recreation Department. Our
volunteers offer enrichment programs to students who are attending the Littleton Recreation
Department After School Program. We offer a Storytime, Chess Club, and a Homework Club.
In addition, we bring in guest presenters and speakers free of charge.
Meet Our Team of Volunteers
All of our volunteers bring a wealth of life experience and professional expertise to this program. Every volunteer undergoes a background check and training on working with young people. They are leaders in our community, grandparents, educators, parents, and professionals ready to partner with students in being the best people they can be--volunteer and student alike.
Jennifer Carbonneau holds a Masters Degree in English: Teaching of Writing. She has worked in education for 24 years as a middle and high school English teacher as well as a school leader. Jen has experience working through the National Writing Project and integrating place-based writing activities to support writing skill development. Besides writing, she enjoys writing and craft projects. She works as a principal in an area school. The best part of her day is being with family. She is the mother of two teenagers.
Victoria Cole has taught voice to singers and speakers of all ages for over 30 years. She has a Masters of Music in Vocal Performance from Carnegie-Mellon University. Her studio in Franconia is the main locus of her teaching now, although she has served on the faculties of Plymouth State University, Point Park University, and Carnegie-Mellon, as well as Concord Community Music School. She lives in Franconia with her dog and cat, and occasionally with her college-age son Sasha.
Terri Fillion grew up in, and lives in, Littleton. She is married and the mother to four grown children and three grandchildren. Terri has a degree in Economics from UNH, and experience in advertising and marketing. For the past 15 years she has worked in the Littleton school district, initially in Special Education, and currently as a Preschool Teacher at Little Leopards Learning Center which is part of the Careers in Education class in the Hugh Gallen Career Center.
Cynthia Lanchester is a Masters level therapist who specialized in dance/movement and play therapy. She worked for 25 years in a school for children with special needs. She also worked at Princeton House, a psychiatric facility, where she led groups with adults and adolescents. She had a private practice in Princeton, working with children of all ages and abilities, and their families. She has been retired and living in New Hampshire for the past 6 years. She is the mother of 3 adults and 6 grandchildren, aged from 2 to 22.
Robert Lanchester taught Speech and Sermon Delivery at Princeton Theological Seminary for 21 years, before retiring with his wife, Cynthia, to New Hampshire in 2015. Previously, he held the position of Associate Artistic Director of McCarter Theatre, a professional theatre on the campus of Princeton University, for 11 years. Rob’s work as an actor/director took him to numerous cities across the U.S., on Broadway, Off Broadway, Off Off Broadway, and, mostly, on the regional-resident-repertory circuit. His favorite roles include Scrooge, Dracula, Sherlock Holmes, and anything by Shakespeare.
Mary Sturtevant, M.Ed., MBA, owner of PATH OF HARMONY in Sugar Hill, NH is a certified instructor of Reiki, Qigong, Taiji; student and practitioner of eastern philosophy, healing modalities and movement forms for 30+ years; she embraced PATH OF HARMONY as her spiritual path in 1994 and teaches Reiki, Qigong, Meditation, Taiji and Native American Flute. Mary is a student of Nature and seeks the forests, mountains, and streams as sources of renewal for body, mind, and spirit.
Elaine Winters lived in Connecticut where she and her husband raised two boys. Elaine worked at a Public Utility Company in the accounting field. The mountains of New Hampshire called to the Winters and they have made New Hampshire their home since 2009. They now reside in Bethlehem with their dog Tucker. Elaine works at Bethlehem Public Library where she does children’s programming.