Current Service Opportunities

Provide a Meal to the Men of Covenant Community on Monday Evenings
It would be wonderful if you could help with the Monday dinners for Covenant Community. Although it will be quite a while longer until we are able to join the men in the residence to break bread, an encouraging protocol has been put in place. For the foreseeable future, dinner can be dropped off at CCI’s front door on Spring Street any time during the day. After dinner the men would very much like to do a Zoom meeting with the parishioner(s) so that everyone can virtually get together. Please click here to inquire about providing a meal and Barbara Blender will be in touch to help coordinate the date.

The Threads Winter Coat Drive is Back!
Donate Coats for Children by October 20

Threads, our children’s clothing ministry, is collecting new or gently used winter coats for children (sizes toddler through big kids size 18 and adult small), along with new winter hats and gloves. Bring donations to All Saints’ during business hours or you can place an order online and have it shipped to the church at 634 W Peachtree St NW, Atlanta, GA 30308 (attn: Threads). Due to the global pandemic, we ask that you please follow these guidelines when donating items:

  • If you would like to donate a gently-used coat, please wash it before you bring it to the church.
  • All donations that you bring to the church must be in a bag or container that is labeled “Threads Coat Drive.”
  • Threads cannot accept donations of any other type at this time (winter coats, hats, and gloves ONLY).

We also invite volunteers to help deliver the coats on Saturday, October 24 and Sunday, October 25; please click here to sign up. For more information, please contact Lori Guarisco at threads@allsaintsatlanta.org or watch this video from Lori called “Winter Coats 101”.

Serve as a Tutor with Refugee Ministries (on Zoom)
Refugee Ministries invites volunteers to provide weekly one-hour tutoring sessions on Zoom to former refugee children in Dekalb County who need educational support to successfully complete their distance learning assignments. We will provide an orientation session, the materials, and ongoing support for volunteers. Adult volunteers, as well as youth in grade 6 and above, are welcome to serve as tutors. To sign up or for more information, contact Louisa Merchant at louisam@allsaintsatlanta.org.

Donate Toiletries to Covenant Community
Covenant Community invites donations of personal hygiene products, including hair brushes, WAHL hair clipper sets, deodorant, shower soap, washcloths, lotion, toothpaste, and tooth brushes. Please drop off donations at the front door of Covenant Community or place an order on Amazon and have it shipped to Ugo Anikpe , Covenant Community, 623 Spring St. NW, Atlanta, GA 30308. For more information, contact Jill Gossett at jgossett@allsaintsatlanta.org.

An Update from Midtown Assistance Center
Midtown Assistance Center continues to offer remote support for people in need. Over the past few months, MAC has provided over 200 households with rent and utility assistance, over 300 households with grocery gift cards or deliveries, and over 60 people with MARTA cards. Donations are welcome to continue to support those in crisis during COVID-19. Thank you to everyone who has been so generous already! To learn more and donate, please visit http://www.midtownassistancectr.org.

All Saints’ Four Core Ministries

Covenant Community is a life-stabilization residential program for men experiencing homelessness and recovering from substance abuse. Our mission is to provide resources and tools to help our clients achieve personal life stabilization and full-time employment, enabling them to return to their families and community as productive citizens. Find out more >>

Contact: Johnathan Davis


Midtown Assistance Center (MAC) is an interfaith ministry providing assistance to the working poor. Midtown congregations support MAC’s distribution of clothing and food, emergency funds for rent and utility bills and it directs clients to appropriate agencies to assist in meeting a particular need. Find out more >>

Contact: Ciara Castenell


Refugee Ministries is rooted in the transforming relationships that develop between parishioners and newly-arrived refugees in the Atlanta area. Parishioners help families in many different ways, including English and GED tutoring, arranging and driving to medical and other appointments, helping refugees pay bills, and offering advice on life in the U.S. Find out more >>

Contact: Louisa Merchant


Threads is an All Saints’ mission devoted to clothing children in need with dignity. Located in Tate Hall on the All Saints’ campus, Threads serves families referred by neighboring social service agencies. Threads is a volunteer ministry driven by a desire to provide children with clean, durable clothing and footwear. Find out more >>

Contact: Lori Guarisco


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