Our mission is to equip, prepare, and encourage parishioners of all ages to demonstrate God’s love to those in our local community by helping to meet their physical and spiritual needs. Assistance is primarily through food, shelter, education, and community - most often through volunteering with, or supporting, local partner organizations and through the All Saints Food Pantry (blessings bags) ministry.
Contact: Shireen David, Director of Mission and Outreach, [email protected]
Little Lights empowers under-served youth and families in Southeast Washington, D.C., through practical assistance, racial reconciliation, and the love of Christ. Help us address food insecurity by providing healthy after-school snacks for kids - click HERE and choose “SHARE the Love” in the drop-down menu.
Race Literacy 101 - All Saints is committed to building relationships with our neighbors so that we truly represent the Body of Christ. Many in our parish have participated in this 11-week, Biblically-based, discussion group to thoughtfully discuss the issues of race and racism in an honest yet grace-filled environment. Next class begins Sept. 22 - sign up now!
Central Union Mission is the oldest private social service agency in D.C., helping to meet the needs of our city's homeless and hurting people - providing safe shelter, hot meals, medical care, job training, and compassionate care to transform lives.
The IW Women’s Center is a 70-bed emergency shelter serving approximately 300 women per year, working with women to facilitate recovery and stability and to connect them with housing, medical, mental health, and social services. All Saints provides food, community, and shares the Love of Christ with the women at the Shelter.
(Partnership with Prison Fellowship)
Angel Tree Christmas™ equips churches and other organizations to serve incarcerated parents by providing a pathway for strengthening and restoring their relationships with their children and families. Angel Tree Christmas mobilizes local churches and community organizations to give hundreds of thousands of children a gift, the Gospel message, and a personal message of love on behalf of their incarcerated parent.
During the pandemic last year, ASC provided gifts for 50 children in the DC area. We aim to give gifts to 100 kids through this program in 2021!