The Spirit is alive and at work through All Saints'.

When we pray and learn, we are nourished and empowered to live out our faith in the world around us. We offer a range of opportunities to serve those in need at our church and in the community at large. Some of these are official ministries, and sometimes our most effective service is in our daily life, as God places us in environments where we can make a difference.  Want to get involved?  Contact Mother Holly Davis at or 602.279.5539 x116.

For more information about our local Mission Partners, click on the links below.

  • Socks for Souls

    Collecting NEW Men’s White Tube Socks

    from January 8 through Super Bowl Sunday, February 5

    for ICM Food & Clothing Banks & André House

    Put your donations in the red, marked bins in the narthex/lobby and the Church Office . . . and help with one of the most important essentials for a community in need.

    A good place to start would be to PUT ONE FOOT IN FRONT OF THE OTHER, and take the NEXT STEP. Don’t just buy SOCKS! Challenge people at work, school, and in your neighborhood to a month of giving. Place a collection bin in your office, school, or on your front porch. Hamper? Clothes basket? Maybe just a box!! Ask for people to “SOCK it to you.” Hold a multi-day “drive by SOCKING” at your house. Wanna WALK humbly with your God? First you gotta have SOCKS! Our goal is 1,000 pair of socks by the time we hit the Super Bowl! 

  • All Saints' helps out at this downtown soup kitchen preparing food and serving over 500 dinners to the homeless and hungry in our community.

  • Central Village connects residents within a community, by developing a meaningful network of resources, social opportunities, and the exchange of services.  To learn more: Call the Central Village office: 602-550-1050 or contact:

  • A non-denominational program that enables the elderly and/or handicapped to live independently in heir own homes. Services are offered through trained volunteers from All Saints. and other congregations throughout the valley. Services include shopping with or for, friendly visiting and/or phoning, business help, respite assistance, minor home repairs and transportation to doctor appointments.

  • This organization is dedicated to creating simple, clean, affordable homes for needy families.  Volunteers work side-by-side with families in building their new home.

  • This ecumenical agency provides food and supplies, some direct assistance, referrals, clothing, and health services to the working poor. Volunteers from the church assist on-location at ICM directly helping those in need. Another way people can volunteer is with donations. A cart for the collection of canned and packaged foods, clothing and baby items is available on the Church Patio--in addition to our Annual Backpack and School Supply Drive in July/August.  Monetary donations are always welcomed.

  • San Pablo is All Saints' "Diocesan Mission Partner."  All Saints' helps in a variety of ways from financial support to Christmas/Epiphany gifts for children each year.

  • JustFaith is a mind-and heart-opening journey that invites participants to encounter the Spirit of Jesus in our midst, especially in the lives of the people who are poor and vulnerable. It is an opportunity to honor the call of discipleship within God’s vision of justice and reconciliation. Through prayer, readings, films, and dialog the JustFaith journey provides a way of sharing present perspectives, finding new perspectives, and discerning how to respond to the call to discipleship in our blessed, broken, and hungry world.  The course is made up of twenty-four 2-1/2 hour sessions, broken into four phases of six sessions and a short, fifth phase for participants who want to discern next steps.  If you are interested in joining the group or have questions please contact Lora Villasenor at or Juliaette Chamberlain at Mother Holly Davis will serve as clergy liaison.

Reaching Out into the World

All Saints’ Partnership with Haiti Through a program of the National Association of Episcopal Schools, All Saints’ has been paired with an Episcopal church and day school in Haiti: Saint
Paul’s in Gascogne. We have been sharing culture and resources with our partner, St. Paul’s, in
Haiti’s Central Plateau. These partnerships were in the works long before the earthquake hit Haiti in January 2010.  Our engagement includes mission trips and visitations, ongoing prayer spiritual support, potential building projects, school programs, and more. This  relationship provides us an opportunity to do what God has called us to do.

Here is a snapshot of our companion parish and school: they have 250 people for Sunday worship, 300 students in the day school, and a staff of 6 teachers, a principal, and a guard. Their priest is Pere Alphonse. Through the hard work and generosity of All Saints' Episcopal Church & Day School, we have provided a new school building, a cistern and water system, a latrine, goats, wedding rings, school supplies, and a number of other items that continue to improve the conditions of St. Paul’s community.

Other Global Ministries We Serve

Habitat for Humanity International
Each year, several of our devoted Habitat volunteers from All Saints’ travel abroad and help
with builds in developing countries.

Episcopal Relief and Development Programs
Throughout the year, through various parish ministries, All Saints’ gets involved with programs
such as Nets for Life, providing mosquito nets to rid Africa from the ravaging effects of malaria.

To get involved with these outreach programs, watch your bulletin announcements and e-blasts for details as they come up. We will also publicize these events on the Ministries Help Wanted Page on this website.

Spring 2016  Assistance for Syrian Refugee Family in Central Phoenix
Thank you to everyone who provided financial assistance and employment information for this local family of 12 getting started in America. More opportunities ahead.

Fall 2015 Refugee Crisis: Our Response
“According to a recent UNHCR report, more than 4 million people (through the end of 2014) have fled their homes to escape the war in Syria, adding to a worldwide total of nearly 20 million refugees, half of whom are children. This is the largest and most widespread refugee crisis the world has known since World War II.”                            –Episcopal Relief & Development

Update: Tuesday, October 13, 2015, our staff met with The Rev. Donna Buckles from Refugee Focus to learn about the Syrian refugee crisis specifically, and refugee resettlement ministry generally. We inquired about how All Saints’ might partner with Refugee Focus to help resettle a refugee family here in Phoenix. We continue to discern how God is calling on us as a community of Christian faith to respond not only to the Syrian refugee crisis but also to any refugee in our midst. Please continue to pray with us that God might use All Saints’ as a source of healing, comfort, and justice for the refugees here in our midst and those far away.

For more information:
Episcopal Relief and Development:
Refugee Focus: