FAITH GROUPS connect believers to God and His family. Faith Groups (previously known as Small Groups) expose participants daily to the Holy Spirit working in the hearts of people and ministries that reach out to men, women, and children who are forming who they are and who they will be through the saving grace of God's love. Faith Groups develop believers for ministry and evangelism by teaching do-able actions that fit their lives. Faith Groups invite members to gather around Scripture, prayers of intercession and thanksgiving and, at the end, say: "Wow, we just engaged in the act of witnessing!" And they will be right. Like Peter and John before the Sandedrin, may the people of this church SHARE all they have seen and heard about the love of Jesus because they can't keep it to themselves!
New ideas for Faith Groups ministries are ALWAYS welcome! Please contact Kevin Harpel in the church office with your suggestions. Continue to scroll down to see is what is offered at All Saints:
What Would Jesus Brew
Christian groups centered on the home brewing of beer are gaining popularity. After much discussion, planning and prayer, Joe Schwartz and Kevin Harpel have launched a chapter of “What Would Jesus Brew.”
Our goal is to help people connect with each other and with God through the common appreciation of beer. Jesus made wine. Monks brewed beer. Martin Luther, the leader of the protestant Reformation, was an avid brewer of beer.
By coming together to enjoy a barley-brewed beverage, we believe that people will build more relationships with each other, and with people who they wouldn’t cross paths with otherwise.
A typical meeting opens with a devotion and prayer We then move between learning about the brewing process and different styles of beer and bible discussion then close in prayer.
Contact Joe Schwartz for location, date, and time.
If you’re interested in attending or have more questions, contact:
Joe Schwartz email@example.com OR (602) 866-9191 ext. 118
A Growing Place - All Saints Community Garden
We are located on the north side of the campus outside Fellowship Hall.
With hard work and many hands, the garden is growing, and we're excited about the progress. Sunday School students have planted beans and herbs. Our faithful gardeners have sifted rocks and worked hard to make the soil ready for more. We've decorated and filled three raised bed planters. We've also started a pollinator garden to attract and support bees, butterflies, and hummingbirds.
We need you, your time and your talents!
We meet the first Saturday of every month from 8:00 am to 10:00 am!
How can you help? Experienced gardeners, inexperienced wannabe gardeners, idea people, action people….YOU! We need donations and builders to build a permanent structure that will keep animals (rabbits, birds, squirrels) from eating what we've planted. We need more of YOU to help construct a permanent structure to keep those pesky desert animals at bay.
Bring a hat, refillable water bottle, sunscreen, gloves, kneeling/knee pads.
Then the LORD God formed man of dust from the ground, and breathed into his nostrils the breath of life; and man became a living being. Genesis 2:7
See you in the dirt!
For more information please contact Monica Rabb at firstname.lastname@example.org
A Time For Us - Couple's Group
...Couple's Bible Study
Meets the 1st & 3rd Tuesdays September through May
7:00—8:30 pm; Room 201
A time for couples in mid-life to join together for fellowship and fun while learning and growing in knowledge of the Lord.
Contact: Mary Schroeder
You are invited to join fellow lovers of literature as they discuss current books... fiction, non-fiction, and topical. Participants are encouraged to suggest titles for the group to consider.
We always welcome newcomers! If you enjoy reading and discussing books, please join us.
The Book Club meets the 2nd Tuesday of each month at 9:30 am in the Café/Theater of the Life Building.
Our May selection is "The Whistling Season” by Ivan Doug
“Can't cook but doesn't bite.” So begins the newspaper ad offering the services of an "A-1 housekeeper, sound morals, exceptional disposition" that draws the hungry attention of widower Oliver Milliron in the fall of 1909. And so begins the unforgettable season that deposits the noncooking, nonbiting, ever-whistling Rose Llewellyn and her font-of-knowledge brother, Morris Morgan, in Marias Coulee along with a stampede of homesteaders drawn by the promise of the Big Ditch-a gargantuan irrigation project intended to make the Montana prairie bloom. When the schoolmarm runs off with an itinerant preacher, Morris is pressed into service, setting the stage for the "several kinds of education"-none of them of the textbook variety-Morris and Rose will bring to Oliver, his three sons, and the rambunctious students in the region's one-room schoolhouse.
Contact: Renate Kaufman at 623-434-8993 for more information.
ASLC Card Group
Food, Fun and Fellowship describe the all Saints longest standing small group. We meet twice a month on the first Saturday and third Sunday evenings.
We alternate hosting in member homes. If hosting presents a problem, you are still welcome to attend and encouraged to co-host, or help a host occasionally.
Beginning with a devotion, we proceed to our pot-luck type meal, then split into various card or board games. A number of fun games are played, with no particular skill set required.
If you have an interest, or questions, please call Duane Loranger at
The All Saints Culinary Service creates personalized dining experiences for receptions, parties, and special events for the congregation and in other locations.
Culinary’s annual “Nutcracker Sweets” event provides delicious home-made cookies and candies that are beautifully packaged for the enjoyment and convenience of the congregation. Funds received help to purchase important items to support congregation ministries.
You are invited to join in the fun as the group researches, plans, coordinates, designs, learns, shares, laughs, prays and serves our Lord. No experience is necessary! The group meets the 1st Tuesday of each month at 7:00pm in Fellowship Hall.
Contact: Scott Hagen
This group gathers in friendship and fellowship to visit the magnificent outdoor beauty God has created. Most hikes are easy enough for people of all fitness levels. We have an average of 10 participants on each hike typically scheduled monthly from September through June. To see a schedule of hikes (prepared in September annually) or to view pictures of past hikes, go to:
We normally meet in the church parking area to carpool to the trailheads. Members and their friends are more than welcome to join us!
Contact: Bill Lewis