Congregational Care

Congregational Care

Our desire is to help the members of our congregation know and care for each other, to “rejoice with those who rejoice, and mourn with those who mourn” (Romans 12:15).

Significant life events (births, deaths, marriages) among the members of our congregation are listed in the announcements section of the weekly worship bulletin. The announcement makes it possible for individuals to express care and concern for those who are mourning, or who are celebrating.

We want to serve you and to help members of our church serve one another. If you have a ministry need (new baby, loss of a loved one, illness) or if you are interested in serving through one of the ministries listed below, please contact Kara Dunleavy.

Connections Team

The Connections Team is a group of All Saints members of all ages and stages of life who are committed to welcoming, loving, and pursuing newcomers. Our mission is simple: “Contribute to the needs of the saints, and seek to show hospitality” (Romans 12:3). Some team members give newcomers a quick email or phone call to invite them to an upcoming event. Others hand-write “Thank You for Visiting” notes. Some get really creative and go above and beyond. Whatever your commitment ability, if you would be interested in joining the team, please contact Kara Dunleavy.

Meal Ministry / Care Calendar Team

This is the place to actively serve those who are living through a period of particular need, such as an illness, surgery, or new baby. Whatever the case, opportunities exist to deliver a meal or provide for other needs of All Saints members and attenders. If you’d like to join the team or to need to make us aware of a need, contact Kara Dunleavy.

Prayer List

Staff, officers, and women’s leadership pray regularly for the needs and concerns of our body. If there’s something you’d like us to pray for, or if you’d like to be added to the prayer team, contact Kara Dunleavy.

Benevolence Fund

The benevolence fund is administered by All Saints’ deacons, guided by a principle of generosity and practical assistance to people in need. To request assistance, contact any deacon, or contact the church office. To give to the fund, simply write “benevolence” on the memo line of your check, or give to the fund online.