Meet All Saints Lutheran Church
Welcome to All Saints! We strive to nurture the Christ in ourselves and each person that we encounter. Our church is a thriving community of believers and lovers of the word of God. Join us to find Christ’s fellowship and God’s power alive in this world. Together, empowered by the Spirit, we lead others to faith, change the lives of the people in our community and impact the world!
Join us on Sundays to Celebrate God’s abundance and promises. We meet weekly to
Worship @ 10:30 am at the All Saints Campus, 751 Dunlawton Ave, Port Orange, FL.
A Center for Healing and Peace in Port Orange
ASLC has been participating in six months of listening in the neighborhood and in the congregation. We have explored where people experience God’s peace. These listening sessions have clarified a vision of the ASLC campus becoming a center for healing and peace in Port Orange. We celebrate the healing and peace that people experience through our building partners Alcoholics Anonymous Donut Group, Alcoholics Anonymous New Beginnings, and Taking Off Pounds Sensibly (You can find their meeting times in our monthly newsletter) . We are exploring other partners who help people experience peace and healing. If you have any ideas, let us know!
ASLC & Volusia County in the Green Zone
ASLC has moved to the CDC green zone because community transmission is decreasing and because the new CDC guidelines have moved from preventing the spread of infection to preventing overload of our hospital systems. This does not mean that the pandemic is over or that there is no risk of contracting COVID-19.
- If you are feeling ill or just “not right”, stay home.
- Talk to your doctor about your individual risk (high risk, immunocompromised, etc.) to determine when it is appropriate for you to participate in indoor activities with large groups and if you need to mask.
- Testing is essential if you have symptoms or have been exposed. Rapid Tests are most accurate several days into an infection, so retest if your first rapid test is negative.
- If you test positive, follow CDC isolation guidelines.
- If you are immunocompromised or at high risk for severe disease, talk to your doctor about whether you are a candidate for treatments like oral antivirals, PrEP & monoclonal antibodies.
- Get vaccinated & boosted!
For more information and links to up-to-date guidance from the CDC, click here.
To see how we gather as a community and center love of God and one another, check out our Love Zones.