Volunteer

In our Baptismal Covenant, we promise "to seek and serve Christ in all persons, loving our neighbor as ourselves." At All Saints', one of the ways we fulfill this promise is through our local feeing ministries. Whether we are packing bags of kid-friendly food to sustain hungry children over the weekend, making sandwiches for the clients of the Presbyterian Night Shelter, or assembling staple groceries for students at the International Newcomer Academy, we strive to show our love for our neighbors through our actions. 

Come and serve with us! No matter your age or physical ability, we can put to work. Sign up below to let us know you're coming. Questions? Email Mthr. Hill

International Newcomer Academy

Every month, we pack staple, shelf stable groceries for students at the International Newcomer Academy, a FWISD school which serves children and their families who are new to the United States. Every Friday, those groceries are delivered via our mobile food pantry. We need volunteers to sort deliveries from the Food Bank, pack grocery bags, and to deliver / pass out food on Friday afternoons at INA.

Como Community Center

Many of the children served by the Como Community Center depend on free and reduced lunches throughout the week, which means that they are at a very high risk for going hungry over the weekend. And so, we send 150 bags of shelf stable, healthy, kid friendly food to sustain these children from Friday evening to Sunday evening. Sign up below to help us pack these bags. Email Mthr. Hill to help deliver food to the Como Community Center.

4/3/22

5/1/22

Presbyterian Night Shelter

In the wake of the pandemic, the homeless population in Fort Worth has skyrocketed, now at about 2,000 men, women, and children. The Presbyterian Night Shelter serves any and all who are without a home and works with them to find one. For more than 30 years, All Saints' has partnered with PNS to provide 1,000 sandwiches every month for those in need. Come, roll up your sleeves, spread some mustard, and feed your hungry neighbors. 

3/13/22