Get Involved in Life at All Saints'
There are numerous ways that you can lend your talent and interests in serving God and others.
Led by our Organist and Choir Director, the choir lends their voices to God each Sunday during the 10:00 a.m. service. Music is played on our Moller organ Opus R-0169 (1985). Originally the gallery organ in St. James Church, New York City, it was relocated to All Saints' Episcopal Church in 2003.
The Episcopal Church Women’s group at All Saints is dedicated to fostering the mission of Christ to be of service to all people. The ECW’s initial focus is to deepen and strengthen Christian friendships and to devote time together in prayer, support for one another and in outreach. The ECW sponsors events to promote Christian relationships, to minister to the community at large and to take part in the offerings of the greater church in support of mission work across the globe. An All Saints’ ECW Steering Team helps plan and guide activities during the year. All women – long-time church members, newcomers, visitors, and seekers – are welcome to participate in ECW activities and leadership. Our ECW is happily a part of “the Episcopal branch of the Jesus Movement.”
A volunteer group of the parish whose ministry is to care for the altar, vestments, vessels, and altar linens of the parish. Altar Guild members prepare the sanctuary for services, and clean up afterwards. Training and guidance are provided for anyone interested in this ministry.
Homeless Disabled Veterans Outreach
Using donations from the congregation, food and hygiene items are purchased in bulk. The first Sunday of every month, during the Children’s Ministry class, the children assemble quart sized Ziploc bags containing either hygiene or food items. These bags are then given to the New Orleans area Veterans Administration for distribution to homeless, disabled veterans in need. On average, the children assemble 120 bags every month.
Love to work with flowers? The Flower Guild is a group of volunteers who enjoy creating beautiful flower arrangements for the altar each Sunday. The Flower Guild also creates the flower arrangements for special services such as Easter and Christmas.