Meet All Saints Lutheran Church
Welcome to All Saints Lutheran Church! We hope this site will help you learn more about us and our witness for Christ. We strive to recognize and nurture the Christ in ourselves and each person that we encounter along the way. Our church is a thriving community of believers and lovers of the word of God. All Saints has a long tradition of outreach and service to its members and the community. Come join us for services or other programs to experience for yourself the fellowship of Christ and the power of God alive in this world.
Come to the About section to meet our pastor, staff, and other leaders and find out what we’re all about.
The name of our congregation presents an image of the many stories of Christian faith. Our name focuses attention on our mission service in the world. The mission of the congregation is to make Christ known using the diverse gifts associated with our ministry and name.
COVID 19 Emergency Closing at All Saints until May 1 (or later as updated)
The All Saints campus is CLOSED until May 1 or later depending on the health situation; we will have no worship services in person. Everyone (except those in critical occupations) should stay home.
Services are via Facebook Live under “posts” and on Zoom. Please check your phone voicemails and see the Facebook link (below or at right) for more info. Most home computers and smart phones can link to the live audiovisuals for ASLC online services.
Please click on the “f” link at right or at far left bottom corner below for the All Saints Facebook page and much more info.
Once you are on ASLC’s Facebook page (unless you get the live audiovisuals), find “posts” in middle of page and scroll down for the date you want. If a window pops up to join Facebook, you need not do so; just scroll down to “not now.”Preview Changes (opens in a new tab)
Be safe and keep in touch for updates. You may also ask your ASLC care team coordinators for help and more details.
See these tips (in green below) from Pastor Kari.
All Saints in the Local Community
In 2019 All Saints gave almost $5,000 to about a dozen local nonprofits serving Port Orange and nearby communities; see more about this ongoing community outreach under our “Change for Change” ministry program on this website.
Change for Change ($600) in January 2020 went to Food Brings Hope. In February the Jesus Clinic was the recipient ($679) of Change for Change. In March Change for Change goes to Relay for Life, a local part of the American Cancer Society. From April through June, Vhange for Fhange will go to Halifax Urban Ministries, ‘Cudas Unhooked, and HopeReins.
Lenten Season at All Saints
For at least 1200 years Christians have celebrated Lent as a time of preparation, fasting, and almsgiving as we recognize ways we fail to see the incarnate God and respond to God’s love for us despite our waywardness. Lent began here with our Ash Wednesday Services of Holy Communion and Ashes on February 26.
From now until Holy Week (April 5 – 11), ASLC will offer various virtual online worship experiences. For full details (including using facebook and Zoom via computer or phone), please see the April Trumpet newsletter at “News” above on this site.
How Are We Doing on Our Goals for the IMAGINE Three-Year Plan?
See the May 2018 IMAGINE report on core values and detailed supporting goals for 2019-2022 here.