Get Involved in the Community

 
 
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Community meal

All Saints offers a community meal on the fourth Friday of each month at 6:00pm. The community meal is open to all. Whether you are looking for a night off from cooking or just looking or an opportunity to get out and meet others in the community you are welcome to join us. The meal is free and no free will offering is expected or requested.


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Fare for all

Fare for All is a cooperative food buying program. The Fare for All packages are normally sold on the second Thursday of the month at 6:00pm at All Saints. Check the calendar for dates.

 
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Friends in need food shelf

Friends in Need food shelf serves the communities of Cottage Grove, St. Paul Park, and Newport. While it originated at All Saints, the food shelf is now located at 255 3rd St. in St. Paul Park. For more information, call 651-458-0730.


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Habitat for Humanity

Every year, All Saints is deeply involved in the construction of homes in the St. Paul community. Habitat for Humanity provides home ownership opportunities for low-income families. There is a build this summer during July 22 - 26. Sign up here.


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Open Hands Midway Missions

At Bethlehem Lutheran Church in the midway area of St. Paul on the second Monday of each month from 11:30am to 2:30pm. Contact Julies Anderson at 651-387-5103 or juliesanderson15@yahoo.com if you are interested in volunteering.


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Outreach Ministry

We are in partnership with Kipaduka congregation in the Iringa Diocese of the Lutheran Church in Tanzania, Africa. The goal of this partnership is to experience the joy of shared ministry and support that we have with each other as people of God. Members of All Saints have traveled to Tanzania to develop deeper relationships with the people there. Contact the church office for more information.


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Stone Soup Thrift Shop

This nonprofit store sells donated clothing, furniture, and kitchen items at extremely reasonable prices. While its mission is to serve primarily low income persons, the store relies on a high volume of sales to all income groups to remain economically viable. For more information, call 651-458-9786. Stone Soup is located at 950 3r4d Street in St. Paul Park.


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World Hunger/Global Missions

Global missions inlaced and support the sponsoring of:
- Equal Exchange Coffee Project
- ELCA World Hunger
- Animal Ark, which is a part of the Heifer Project
- SERRV gift catalog
These organizations support worldwide efforts of independence in third world countries. If you are interested in donating your time or money to any of these organizations, please contact the church office.