​Sharing the love of Christ through service to others is a principle part of Christian life, and All Saints offers its members opportunities to serve not only within the congregation but also around our state, nation and world. Whether the project is to take an hour to give blood or travel on a mission trip, All Saints provides support and encouragement to help its members help others.

Community Happenings

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    Tools for School June 28, 2017

    For the 14th year, our church will partner with St. Paul Lutheran Church in Ironton, Ohio, to provide over 1,700 children in Lawrence County with school supplies and backpacks. Nearly one of every two students in Lawrence County is classified as economically disadvantaged. Teachers in the area have expressed their gratitude to St. Paul’s, and in turn churches like ours, that provided the necessary supplies to help these kids get off to a good start in the fall. Read more...

  • Share Your Passion! March 8, 2017

    During April, we're going to ask the congregation to make a sacrifice of time for service at organizations or charities that matter to our members. Do you have a favorite place to volunteer -- a local animal shelter, a park or playground that may need preparation in the spring, a literacy program -- whatever interests you that might not fall under our usual ministries. Read more...

  • Souper Bowl February 7, 2017

    The big game may be in the history books, but our Souper Bowl continues! So far, we've collected 340 cans of soup for Lutheran Social Services food pantries! Read more...

  • Bring One More from the Store January 4, 2017

    Our Bring One More from the Store campaign is beginning its third year! As you do your weekly shopping, consider grabbing one more item for the pantries. Keep in mind that our donations of personal care items make the biggest non-monetary impact at the pantries. Lutheran Social Services’ buying power makes our monetary donations go further for food, but not for personal care and hygiene items. And, assistance programs such as SNAP do not apply to these items. Pantry clients are grateful when shampoos, soaps, toilet paper, paper towels and personal hygiene items are on the shelves. Read more...

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    Tools for School June 2, 2016

    With summer break well underway, it's already time to start getting ready for a new academic year! Tools for School, our ongoing outreach to our friends in Ironton, will begin collecting school supplies on June 26. Read more...

  • Welcome Table: You Can Help! December 1, 2015

    December’s Welcome Table, served from 5:30 to 6:30 p.m. Dec. 29, will be a New Year’s celebration hosted by YOU, the members of our congregation. Read more...

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    Your gifts head around the globe December 1, 2015

    Once again, the All Saints’ family stepped up and provided 160 boxes for the Operation Christmas Child campaign. Our contributions are on their way to making lots of children happy this Christmas season! Read more...

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    Bring One More from the Store December 1, 2015

    Our Bring One More From The Store campaign, which we began in January, is a year-round collection for the Lutheran Social Services Food Pantries in addition to our seasonal drives The idea is simple: When you buy an item for your home during a regular grocery trip, think about buying an extra for those who rely on the pantries for help! Read more...

  • Food Pantry Volunteer Opportunities November 2, 2015

    We currently help two Lutheran Social Services Food Pantries, so there are many opportunities to serve our neighbors and celebrate that food is a wonderful way to celebrate and share God's love. Read more...

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    Christmas with Dignity November 2, 2015

    Christmas with Dignity is our annual food assistance program for families in Ironton. All Saints has committed to help provide 600 boxes of a week’s worth of frozen meat, vegetables and side dishes to serve a family of four. We are partnering with St. Paul’s Lutheran Church. The price of one box is about $32. Read more...

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    Operation Christmas Child October 2, 2015

    All Saints members can send the love and message of Jesus to children around the world simply by filling a shoebox with fun and personal items. The congregation will again participate in Operation Christmas Child, a ministry of Samaritan’s Purse. The shoeboxes we fill will travel worldwide to reach boys and girls with the gospel of Jesus during the Christmas season. Read more...

  • Hygiene Hoopla October 2, 2015

    We thank Gene Kuhn, who continually gives of his time to help the Lutheran Social Services Food Pantry. It was Gene, who not only picks up donations for delivery to the pantry twice each week but also volunteers at the pantry, who suggested that we concentrate our fall drive for the pantry on hygiene items. Read more...

  • Habitat for Humanity August 31, 2015

    Habitat for Humanity-MidOhio has spent more than a quarter century bringing the dream of homeownership to families in need, and All Saints volunteers have played a role through the Worthington Church Partnership Adopt-a-House program for more than 20 years. Read more...