All Saints’ joined United Power for Action and Justice, part of the Industrial Areas Foundation (IAF), in early 2019. In September 2019, 136 parishioners were among the 1,251 people who met with Chicago’s new Mayor to hold her accountable on policies to address gun violence, racial inequity, and economic investment on the south and west […]Read more “United Power”
All Saints’ is an inclusive, progressive community rooted in our neighborhood and engaged in our world.
A Campaign for the Soul of our City Called to Respond Acting with vision and in faith, our community will forge deeper relationships that matter: with our neighbors in North Lawndale, along with faith communities across the city and beyond who feel called at this moment, and among ourselves at All Saints’ as we imagine […]Read more “Greenlining Campaign”
We are all neighbors. All Saints’ has longstanding partnerships in multiple eastern and southern African countries (not just South Sudan) because we understand that “neighbor” does not equal geographic proximity, but rather is an indication of our shared humanity. Renk Diocese in South Sudan is one of two companion dioceses to Chicago and St. Peter’s […]Read more “Friends of South Sudan”
For a dozen years, All Saints’ has enjoyed a unique relationship with congregations in Mexico led by Padre Bayron Chanchavac. Parishioners have visited the churches where Padre Bayron has served as the priest, and he has visited All Saints’. Why a Monarch Butterfly as the symbol of our relationship? Most of us know the Monarch butterfly […]Read more “Mexico Ministry”
In the wake of Hurricane Katrina, All Saints’ sent 14 teams to Louisiana to help in recovery and rebuilding efforts. We raised over $90,000 to help in these efforts. In addition to gutting and rebuilding homes, we volunteered to help restore wetland areas, an important buffer during storm surges. We continue to make donations to […]Read more “Louisiana”
CROSSwalk was a citywide effort to engage people of faith on ways to address persistent violence against youth in Chicago. What began at All Saints’ as an idea for creative Holy Week liturgy grew into a 1,500-person multi-faith procession that crossed the city and today operates as an ongoing ministry of the Episcopal Diocese of […]Read more “CROSSwalk”