Senior Ministries

 Senior Ministry Mission Statement....

Enabling seniors to continue to experience the baptismal promise of being part of the Lord’s family.

But speaking the truth in love, we must grow up in every way into him who is the head, into Christ, from whom the whole body, joined and knit together by every ligament with which it is equipped, as each part is working properly, promotes the body's growth in building itself up in love.”    Ephesians 4:15-16





Leadership Team 

Back row left to right: Denny Reiman, Terri Reiman, Bonnie Arthur, Leo Arthur
Front row left to right: Marrita Fink, LaDonna Ashmore

Older adults from early retirees and empty nesters on up are invited to participate and help with events. Contact Maritta or a team member if you have questions or would like to join us.

Maritta Fink - Senior Ministry Team Leader



Friday Friendly Luncheon

November 10

12NOON in the Fellowship Hall

 "Singing TV Guy”

Mike Chamberlin returns to perform the “Love Songs of WWII.” Some of the greatest love songs of all time came out of the early 1940s and the call to arms. These songs served as an inspiration to the soldiers and the loved ones they left behind and a tribute to the men and women who served, fought or died in WWII. A true trip down music's memory lane. We will also observe Veteran’s Day.

Join us for a hot, catered meal in the fellowship of others. A suggested donation of $10 helps us operate. Sign-up sheets will be at the Senior Ministry Cart (red and white striped awning in Narthex) and at the church office reception area. Contact Maritta Fink if you would like to bake a dessert or help clean up after the event.

Monthly luncheons for seniors are held the second Friday of each month September through May at 12:00 noon. All are welcome.

OWL Adventures Bus Trip

Martin Auto Museum ~ Phoenix, AZ

Thursday,  November 30, 2017

Bus leaves ASLC at 9:30am~arrive 15 min. early (Return by 2:30pm)

Cost: $15.00 (includes museum fee and bus) 

Lunch after the museum at Horny Toad Café in Carefree.

You pay for lunch at restaurant — lunch prices $10 and up.


The museum is dedicated to the preservation of collectible automobiles for educational purposes. The museum was founded by real estate developer Mel Martin to showcase his collection of vintage vehicles and automobile related memorabilia. We will have a guided tour plus some time on our own. Some seating along the way and wheelchairs welcome. 

You must sign up and pay for the trip to ensure you reservation.  Sign up at the Sr. Ministry Cart!

We Have Fun! 

Calling Tree & New Daily Check-in Choice

Do you live alone?  Would you like a daily reassurance call from an All Saints friend?

Calling Tree is just what you're looking for.  Calling Tree is a service offered by volunteers from All Saints Lutheran Church.  The program is offered year round and without charge.

Every morning program participants call their designated volunteer.  When a volunteer does not receive a call from their appointed participant, they will initiate a standard procedure to locate the participant and ensure that he/she does not need assistance.

In addition to our on-going telephone assurance program, you can now choose to be partnered with just one person and check in with each other via cell phone, text, email or whatever method works best for the two of you. A quick text each morning will allow you to be assured that someone knows you are okay.

For more information, please contact Maritta Fink at 602-866-9191 ext. 110 or or click
More Information to read more about the program.

Helpful Information on Medicare & Health Insurance Benefits


 A Tradition of Service for 24 Years! 

9:00am - 11:30am 
Fellowship Hall

Sewing machines and all materials (yarn, thread, notions) are provided. 
Fabric donations needed OR gift cards to purchase the fabric. Contact Terri Reiman for details: 602-439-4181

The Cut-Ups would welcome your participation (both gals and guys).  The group enjoys the fellowship as well as the gratification that comes from their service to those in need. 

The group knits, crochets, cuts, sews and quilts newborn layettes, shawls, lap robes, afghans and baby quilts for patients at Maricopa County Hospital.

Co-Leaders: Terri Reiman & Shirley Baltuch

Please call the Church office if you have further questions or just show up if you would like to try it out.

Area Agency on Aging Information

Free, 24-hour Senior Help Line 602-264-4357
Area Agency on Aging Website