Ways to help

“Goals,” “achievement,” “accomplishment,” “success,” and other such words fill the air in our societys prescriptions for happiness, joy and fulfillment. Yet, so often people follow the script of others, working hard, even achieving big things, only to find a want for something more that lasts. While it is easy to just keep busy with next steps and projects (even church projects) to distract us from a longing for a deeper, more meaningful, and joyous life, our souls continue to stir for something else—deepening relationship with God.

At All Pilgrims, we know that all are called and equipped to serve others, and we value our providing opportunities for people to connect in ministries. There are many options for serving and room for more. On Sunday, you will find an “Information and Welcome Table” in the Fellowship Hall with information.

Listed below are some of our own ministry opportunities. It is easy to get started and discover new life.

Community Suppers are free dinners to those in need. Dinner is served every Wednesday and Thursday from 5PM to 6PM at All Pilgrims.

You can volunteer starting at 3PM to cook, set up, serve, eat with folks, and/or clean. We serve approximately 150 guest each night. Times are flexible, and we make it easy and fun to join.

I was hungry and you gave me something to eat.

(Matthew 25:35)

“With increased residential density on Capitol Hill, and the coming of light rail and trolley service to our neighborhood, All Pilgrims wants this garden to be a reflection of the character of our neighborhood and a place of celebration that will serve our growing community,” Greg Turk, Pastor

Hospitality Team

Hospitality teams bring warmth and welcome to Sunday services,
and after service in Stuart Hall fellowship gatherings.

Serve on Sundays by greeting people, ushering and setting up the communion table. After service, you can help by bringing food, setting up and cleaning Stuart Hall for post-service socializing. It’s a great way to meet people and share God’s love and welcome.

Information is available in Stuart Hall following worship, or by emailing the Church Office.

National & Global Ministries

Join a larger cause through one of the ministries supported by our denominations: United Church of Christ (UCC) or Disciples of Christ (DOC).

Week of Compassion (DOC)
One Great Hour of Sharing (UCC). Relief, refugee, and development missions. Help others through disaster response, humanitarian aid, sustainable development, and missions around the world.

Southwest Good Samaritan Project (DOC) Serving refugees, immigrants, and the poor of the Texas-Mexico border since 1985. Serve by providing shelter, services, food, and spiritual support on both sides of the border.

Neighbors in Need (UCC) Ministries of justice and compassion throughout the United States. This ministry supports the Council for American Indian Ministry, as well as a variety of justice initiatives, advocacy efforts, and direct service projects.

GlobalMinistries.org (UCC, DOC) Together, UCC and DOC supports ministries in 47 countries, responding to existing needs and working toward self-sufficiency.

National & Global Ministries

Join a larger cause through one of the ministries supported by our denominations: United Church of Christ (UCC) or Disciples of Christ (DOC).

Week of Compassion (DOC)
One Great Hour of Sharing (UCC). Relief, refugee, and development missions. Help others through disaster response, humanitarian aid, sustainable development, and missions around the world.

Southwest Good Samaritan Project (DOC) Serving refugees, immigrants, and the poor of the Texas-Mexico border since 1985. Serve by providing shelter, services, food, and spiritual support on both sides of the border.

Neighbors in Need (UCC) Ministries of justice and compassion throughout the United States. This ministry supports the Council for American Indian Ministry, as well as a variety of justice initiatives, advocacy efforts, and direct service projects.

GlobalMinistries.org (UCC, DOC) Together, UCC and DOC supports ministries in 47 countries, responding to existing needs and working toward self-sufficiency.

Give to All Pilgrims

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