Caring for One Another
At All Saints' Church, we are a community who cares for one another, and we believe that through any act of caring, great or small, we bear Christ's love for the world. We pray for each other, we help provide meals, rides, clothing and more when a parishioner is in need. We offer healing prayer for times of distress or heartache. We believe in being present to each other's suffering and celebrating each other's joys.
Serving Our Community
Service to each other and the wider community is at the very heart of who we are at All Saints' Church:
We offer a weekly Community Supper from September through July. A free meal available on Tuesdays from 5:30 to 6:30, each Community Supper features two homemade soups, freshly baked breads and desserts, salad, cheese and fruit.
We support the Peterborough Food Pantry and connect people in need with food. We accept food donations to support this important ministry.
The Serendipity Shop is a resource and inexpensive option for quality, second-hand clothing. Visit the shop Thursdays from 1pm-4pm, Friday's from 10am to 4pm and Saturdays from 10am to Noon.
Serving the World
For more than a decade, All Saints' has supported Centro Victoria, a home for abandoned children in Juarez, Mexico. Founded by Pastor Joel Ramirez and his wife, Carmen, Centro Victoria provides more than 100 children of all ages safe shelter, nutrition, healthcare, educational opportunities, and love as they struggle against overwhelming odds to escape the poverty and drug addiction all around them. In addition to offering financial support, All Saints' parishioners travel to Juarez 2-3 times each year to visit with the children there, to take on construction and other facilities improvement work projects, and to support Pastor Joel and his family in this vital ministry.