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Local Mission Outreach Partners

The Local Missions Committee members work with the following service organizations, for example, by tutoring, making and serving meals, donating clothing and money, sponsoring drives, and repairing houses.
 

 

 

 

POVERTY LOGOA Wider Circle

A Wider Circle furnishes the homes of more than 4,000 families a year, equalling more than 15,000 children and adults each year whose homes are transformed from empty spaces into furnished homes. We also provide comprehensive job preparedness support, including resume assistance, unlimited professional attire and accessories and long-term job coaches.

http://awidercircle.org   To volunteer:  301-608-3504

 

CENTRAL UNION MISSSIONCentral Union Mission

The Mission glorifies God by proclaiming and teaching the Gospel, developing disciples, and serving hungry, hurting, and homeless adults and children in the Washington, D.C., area by providing food, shelter, comfort, and Christian counselling. Executive Director David Treadwell frequently visits All Saints to speak.

http://www.missiondc.org   To volunteer:  http://www.missiondc.org/volunteer/

 

CHRIST HOUSEChrist House

This established 33-bed facility and organization, located in the Adams Morgan neighbourhood of Washington, D.C., provides temporary housing and medical treatment to the homeless community, as well as a host of other support, counselling, and day services. All Saints’ parishioners provide a nutritious dinner to the residents of Christ House every fourth Monday of the month. Casseroles must be dropped off at church the Sunday before Monday delivery. Recipes available. Many other volunteer opportunities exist at Christ House.

http://www.christhouse.org   To volunteer:  Dave Long, Director of Volunteers, Dave.Long@christhouse.org

 

FRIENDSHIP PLACEFriendship Place

CCHFP helps rebuild and sustain the lives of those who are, have been or are at risk of being homeless in northwest Washington, D.C., by providing food, transitional or permanent housing, mental health counselling, help for addiction, and medical referrals.

http://www.cchfp.org   To volunteer:  Jayme Aronbert, 202-503-2963

 

INTERFAITH WORKSInterfaith Works

Interfaith Works runs the Wilkins Avenue Women’s Shelters in Rockville. One week per year, teams of All Saints volunteers provide dinners, bag lunches and breakfast supplies for 30+ homeless female shelter residents.

http://www.iworksmc.org   To volunteer:  Theresa Ford, 301-525-1999

 

MARTHAS TABLEMartha’s Table

On the second Saturday of every month, from 10:30 a.m. to 1:00 p.m., volunteers from All Saints prepare lunches for the many who come seeking relief from hunger and poverty at the corner of 14th and V Streets, N.W., in Washington, D.C. At Thanksgiving, Christmas, and Easter, parishioners also provide cooked whole turkeys, chickens, and hams. Look and listen for announcements in church, in the announcement bulletin, and in the News and Events section of the web site.

http://www.marthastable.org     To volunteer:  202-750-8454

 

REBUILDING TOGETHERRebuilding Together

Rebuilding Together (formerly Christmas in April) has long been one of All Saints great community service activities. For more than 20 years, we have financially sponsored either the Montgomery County branch or the Washington, D.C., branch of this nationwide service organization. More importantly, we provide volunteers to work on one or several houses in our community that need some TLC. We paint, repair walls, re-cover floors, replace windows, haul trash, clean, and do all sorts of other work to help those in need. And frankly, through all the work, dust, and grime, we have a great time!

http://www.rebuildingtogether.org    To volunteer:  All Saints Church Office, 301-654-2488

 

SAMARITAN_MINISTRYSamaritan Ministry

Founded by 12 Episcopal parishes in 1986, including All Saints, Samaritan Ministry of Greater Washington (SMGW) now serves the homeless and others in need at three locations in the Washington area, allowing Partner Parishes to do more together than they could individually. In addition to emergency services, SMGW provides counselling, medical care (including people with AIDS and who are HIV-positive), assistance with job hunting, and many other services designed to bring about permanent, positive change by empowering individuals to achieve more than they otherwise would be able to.

http://www.samaritanministry.org    To volunteer:  202-750-8454