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Community Outreach

All Saints’ is a community of love and action; we seek to better serve people, both near and far. 

Christmas 2023

All Saints’ Festival of the Saints'
will be back this fall -
planned especially for enriching,

connecting, and welcoming
our neighbors



A program that provides Easter baskets, back-to-school backpacks with clothing and school supplies, and Christmas gifts to needy children through Child Protective Services caseworkers. The 3 annual campaigns are organized by Jan Hilton and involve parishioners donating money, goods, or gifts.


Your donations to the Adopt-A-Caseworker program are estimated to be about $5-6K per year.


 All Saints’ Compassionate Living Commission (CLC) presents you with hands-on as well, as financial support, for outreach to our community and the world.  Supported through the Compassionate Living Commission are these local organizations:

  • CASA (Court Appointed Special Advocates) of the Coastal Bend — volunteer advocates in court, at school, and in the community for the best interest of children in foster care (Nueces and Aransas counties).

  • Cenikor Corpus Christi (formerly "Charlie’s Place") — residential and outpatient drug and alcohol treatment center for adults and adolescents 13-17 years old.

  • ERD (Episcopal Relief and Development) — "the compassionate response of the Episcopal Church to human suffering in the world." Brings together the generosity of Episcopalians and others with the needs of the world. We can direct money to specific events/disasters/causes, and have given to disasters in Sri Lanka, Haiti, Puerto Rico, the Bahamas, Texas flooding and, most recently, to help refugees/asylum seekers on the Texas border.

  • Food Bank of the Coastal Bend — addressing food insecurity of the entire Coastal Bend area and is our for the Food Pantry 

  •  KIVA — micro-loans for the needy throughout the world

  • Metro Ministries — feeds the hungry, shelters the homeless, provides employment assistance, and spiritual care to the needy through:

    • Loaves and Fishes — cafeteria

    • Gabbard Memorial Health Clinic

    • Rainbow House — transitional housing for homeless women and homeless women with children

    • Rustic House — transitional housing for homeless men who are mentally and/or physically disabled and/or the elderly

  • Mission 911 — reaches out to the homeless and the hard-to-serve population and provides shelter, meals, food supplies, transportation, vocational training, mentoring, life-skills, spiritual help, and substance abuse programs. 

  • Mission of Mercy — provides free healthcare to uninsured working families, as well as classes on healthy cooking, diabetes, money management, and preparation to work.

  • The Purple Door — serving anyone affected by domestic violence or sexual violence in the 12 county area including Corpus Christi, including men, providing prevention education for domestic/sexual violence.

  •  The Wenholz House — recovery homes for people to re-integrate into our local community after substance abuse treatment recovery.

Food Pantry


We're here to help. Contact us via email to find out about our next food pantry. We serve area code 78404 on the 1st and 3rd Tuesday of every month. To volunteer or receive food, contact Juan Martinez at


An ongoing outreach from our church community that is rooted in Christ's call to welcome and serve the "stranger" among us in the asylum seekers at the US-Mexico border. Learn more


Your financial contributions determine the extent of our outreach. If you cannot make a monetary donation, we can always use your help at our Food Pantry, which distributes food every 1st and 3rd Tuesday of the month. If you would like more info about helping our outreach, contact us via email.

Developing intimacy with God puts us into living relationship with all creation and every created being.  It means that we become deeply and vividly aware of our mission and destiny as a creature of God who, through that relationship, is in union with all of creation and participating in the compassionate heart of God.

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