Prayers of the People
Each week we share prayers from our community at All Saints and Crosstown at our Sunday Worship Service. We encourage you to pray for each other throughout the week.
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All Saints is here is to serve our city and make an impact on our community. The way in which this will truly be accomplished is through the act of worship. Our “ceremonial” worship on Sunday mornings should lead us towards “substantial” worship at other times. Our worship includes acts of generosity, not just confined to our own congregation or facilities, but generosity that reaches into the needy places in our communities. We want to provide an opportunity for you to do just that while meeting the people in our immediate neighborhood.
As a practical way of demonstrating God’s love for our community, we are transforming this piece of property we have purchased at Jefferson and Claybrook into a small park for ministry in the neighborhood. Ultimately, we want this to be a picture of God’s transforming love and grace for our neighborhood. With the purchase of this small piece of property, we are buying more than a vacant lot…we are buying a corner; it is an investment in redemption.
Breakfast on Bellevue
The first Sunday of each month we host a potluck breakfast open to all. Everyone who can brings a dish to share. It is great time to get to know new friends as we share a meal together. Join us at 9:15 am.
Coffee & Community
Join us every Sunday at 9:00am for a time of fellowship & free coffee.
God has called All Saints to proclaim with brokenness and humility, the transforming love of Jesus Christ, and the hope we have in His love through Sacrificial Service to our neighbors regardless of their beliefs, because Christ cherishes Midtown and we dedicate ourselves to the healing of its physical, emotional, and spiritual wounds. You are welcome to join us for any of these Serve the City activities. For more information or details about any of the Serve the City opportunities please contact us.
Serve the City Partners
Snack Packs are served to the hungry of Midtown on Monday evenings from 5:00 PM to 5:30 PM in the backyard of the Manna House, (1268 Jefferson). The Lord is blessing All Saints through relationships formed at More on Monday. It is always a festive time meeting new people while serving Snack Packs. We prepare the Snack Packs after the worship service on Sundays. Join us in the kitchen and help!
All Saints partners with Manna House to serve one Thursday a month. Manna House, located at 1268 Jefferson, is a place of hospitality for people who are homeless and others in need. Each guest is welcomed with respect and compassion. Manna House offers a place for conversation or rest, a cup of coffee and use of a bathroom, like a living room for those from the streets. There are showers for men and women and some personal hygiene items. To read more about Manna House visit their blog, Radical Hospitality.
Door of Hope is an organization formed to minister to the chronically homeless in Midtown. It provides a welcoming place where people living on the streets may come for a meal, learn healthy living skills and build positive relationships with other people.