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All Souls Serve

is the banner under which we as individuals and groups serve the needs of our church and world. Each year we undertake projects large and small, seen and unseen, one-time and ongoing. Watch The Weekly for info on these and other opportunities to serve. Or, if you have a new service project idea, contact Father Jadon.

The Cuban Church Needs YouOctober 19 Cuba Church Fundraisers . . . Get tickets. Events are being planned to help raise additional funds for our efforts to help reopen an Episcopal church including a water filtration project that will serve the entire neighborhood. On Saturday, October 19 the Bishop of Cuba will join us for a 5-7pm Reception (unlimited, $25 tickets) and a 7:30 pm dinner (very limited, $250 tickets). We hope you will consider joining Bishop Griselda for one of these events and inviting friends from outside the parish! 

 

Jeff THC Apartment croppedService Days . . . are planned throughout the year as a way for parishoners to work together on projects around our building or away from the parish. Our next service day will be on Saturday, October 26. More details to come.

 

 

 

 

Food Bank PhotoCollections for people in need . . . are always underway, some ongoing and some seasonal:

  • Men’s and Women’s Clothing and Toiletries on an ongoing basis, for clients of Samartian Ministry of Greater Washington
  • Ziploc-style Bags, Razors, Toothbrushes, and Non-perscription Pain Relievers this fall, for our partner church in Cuba
  • Christmas Angel Tree Gifts this early winter, for children of Housing Up

 

fried eggs on toastBreakfast at Christ House . . . a health and recovery facility in Adams Morgan for men in need, is servce by a small group of dedicated All Souls parishoners each Wednesday morning. Contact Grace for more information.

 

 

Rachelle and Angie in kitchen croppedOur partner organizations . . . are always in need of volunteers:

Cuban Partnership Parish

Iglesia Episcopal Jesus Nazareno

Cuba Altar

We are now partnered with the Episcopal Church of Cuba to help re-open its parish in the city of Santa Clara and foster opportunities for Cuban and American Episcopalians to build relationships, worship together, pray for one another, and spread love and good news to neighbors in Cuba.

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What can you do?

  • Give toward our goal of raising an additional $10,000 in 2019 and as we gather items to take with us on our next trip.
  • Pray for the Episcopal Church of Cuba, their bishop, Griselda, our parish in Santa Clara, and its priest, Gerardo.
  • Go to Cuba! Our next trip is scheduled for March 2020, with another trip 6–12 months later.

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For more information, contact Stefanie Vestal or Wynsor Taylor.

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