All Saints’ Cares

Dear All Saints’ Friends,

At the beginning of May we celebrated the start of our All Saints’ Cares initiative for Eastertide. Now that this season is drawing to a close, below is a snapshot of the heartfelt difference made by the generosity of All Saints’ parishioners, which includes hundreds of lunches, all sorts of supplies and over $28,275 in monetary donations. Thank you, All Saints’, for these remarkable acts of love. Beyond Eastertide, these are ministries that will continue to have needs to which you may wish to continue to respond.

Your Vestry Members,

Todd Silliman, Mary Brennan, Sydney Cleland, Mary Jo Bryan, Ellen Porter, and Bert Clark


All Saints’ Every Member Check-In

Over 850 households have been contacted in an ongoing phone tree effort to check-in on the whole of our parish. Join this team of phone callers as we continue this to check-in with one another. Find out more >>

Contact: Ellen Porter

All Saints’ Core Ministries


Covenant Community has received 10 gallons of laundry detergent, clothing for nine men, five boxes of desserts, five boxes of fresh fruit, eight board games, three boxes of cleaning supplies, a digital thermometer, many encouragement cards, a volunteer Medical Consultant, and continued meals from Twisted Soul supported by Parish Life. Find out more >>

Contact: Johnathan Davis


Midtown Assistance Center has received donations of $3,500 to provide grocery store gift cards and rent assistance. When the time arrives for MAC to open its doors, All Saints’ will start a new food drive for MAC clients. Find out more >>

Contact: Wendy Silliman


Refugee Ministries has received $8,070 to provide grocery gift cards, rent and utilities for approximately 40 families. Find out more >>

Contact: Louisa Merchant


Threads has parish families who are collecting laundry detergent and cleaning out closets for gently used children’s clothing. We will deliver their gifts as soon as Threads is able to open again. Find out more >>

Contact: Lori Guarisco


All Saints’ City Outreach

A. G. Rhodes has received lunch for 100 employees. Parish families contributed 36 toiletry kits, 30 activity books, puzzles, cards, and pencils for residents, and more items for 50 appreciation bags for the staff. Find out more >>

Contact: Mary Brennan

At Promise Youth & Community Center has received $1,500 in donations and 15 families filled five car loads with donations of groceries and non-perishable items. Find out more >>

Contact: Todd Silliman

Church of the Common Ground: Parishioners from Wednesday Night Supper, the Faithful Locals and The MICAH Project (and more!) will provide meals for over 300 people on June 14, July 19, and July 26. Our parish also made and distributed over 50 masks and donated an additional $1,600. Find out more >>

Contact: Mary Brennan

Emmaus House has received just under $4,000 in donations for food and assistance with rent, utilities, and mortgage payments. Parishioners also donated bags of groceries and bought books for the summer academy. Find out more >>

Contact: Sydney Cleland

All Saints’ for Healthcare

Good Samaritan Health Center has received 150 meals for medical staff at the clinic. Find out more >>

Contact: Jill Gossett

Support Healthcare Workers has received 110 meals for Emory’s frontline healthcare workers. Find out more >>

Contact: Jill Gossett

A special thank you to Mary Brennan, Mary Jo Bryan, Bert Clark, Sydney Cleland, Ellen Porter, Todd Silliman, Wendy Silliman, and the sextons of All Saints’ for being the driving force behind this community outreach blessing!

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