All Saints has a rich history in its Call to serve those outside the walls of the church building. The Gaston Hospice House is named after the first Rector of All Saints, Robin Johnson, who served All Saints for many years while also serving the Gaston County Community by starting many ministries to help those in need. This rich tradition of serving those in need continues today in many ways. Explore this page to learn more about the ways we serve our surrounding community.
All Saints provides food for needy children at Pleasant Ridge Elementary School. Enough food and snacks are provided for the children for the weekend to ensure basic nourishment.
Angel Tree at Christmas
Names of children in need and their Christmas wants are received from a local group and places on the Angel Tree. Parishioners select a tag containing the first name of a child along with their clothing sizes and buy gifts of clothes and toys to meet their requests. Tags for food baskets for the families are also on the tree. These are delivered to the local group for distribution.
All Saints is part of the Interfaith Hospitality Network that host Homeless Families at their church four times each year. The church feeds, mentors, and houses homeless families.
Crisis Assistance Ministry
Organization consisting of local member churches that provide food and financial assistance to those in need.
Morningside Nursing Home
All Saints leads a Sunday worship service every Sunday morning at 10AM for the residents at Morningside Nursing Home. The service is led by a lay worship leader and a musician. Communion is offered to all those in attendance by Licensed Eucharistic Visitors. Volunteers are needed as musicians and lectors.
All Saints provides and serves meals at The Salvation Army every Monday evening. We need volunteers to assist with cooking meals, prepared fresh salads, and scheduling servers.
All Saints maintains bags of food to be given to those in need.