God's Work. Our Hands.
"In as much as you have done it for one of the least of these,
you have done it for me." Matthew 25:40
All Saints Lutheran Church is committed to providing its members and friends with numerous opportunities to "to Share God's love with people in the community and around the world". The Social Ministry Team offers God's people at All Saints many avenues of service through ongoing efforts, short-term and one-time projects. We encourage you to live out your faith through these ministries:
On the first weekend of each month, All Saints receives an offering of non-perishable food items. A portion of the offering is packaged for distribution to those who seek assistance at All Saints, while the remainder is distributed through Desert Mission Food Bank, which provides hundreds of emergency food boxes to people each month.
In high demand are: single-serving, easy open, disposable containers of fruit, juice, cereal, tuna, cheese and crackers; family size containers of pasta, rice, beans, sauces and peanut butter. Baby food, formula and disposable diapers are always needed.
You can support this ministry by:
Donating food and other needed items
Helping to sort, package, distribute donations
Contact the church office with any questions.
On the last weekend of each month, a financial offering is received which is used to alleviate hunger and other forms of suffering.
Gifts are regularly channeled through many proven ministries, including:
Children's Village of Honduras
Evangelical Lutheran Navajo Mission
Lutheran Social Services of the Southwest
Vida Nueva Latino Phoenix Congregation
ELCA: Disaster/Hunger Relief
ELCA Malaria Campaign
University Campus Ministry (UofA, NAU, ASU)
Wheat and Local Food Banks
These organizations extend the love of God far and wide, providing emergency and long-term services for those suffering the effects of natural disasters in the US and abroad. Occasionally, offerings are designated to assist local congregations and families experiencing crises.
Campus LSS Social Worker
Beth Rogers, a social worker with Lutheran Social Services of the Southwest, comes on campus twice a month to assist members and individuals and families of the community with utility help, resume training and other ways to help with job lay offs and other difficulties.
Mr. Robert Sanders is available by appointment only. Call the Church Office for contact information.
If you would like to support the Good Samaritan Fund go to Vanco Online and designate the donation to the ASLC Good Samaritan Fund.
*Note: Due to lack of resources, we can NOT help with rent/mortgage.