loving lakelandWe have a new slogan that genuinely reflects how our church family views our place in the community, “Loving God, Neighbor, and Lakeland." Through Christ, all things are possible, and with His guidance, our love for the community and the people in it has grown in exciting ways. God has led us to engage our brothers and sisters by going into their neighborhoods and lending helping hands, delivering food, giving money, and giving time, but mostly we show up!

Sometimes it’s scary to show up for people because we don’t know what to say or what to do. We put pressure on ourselves to say just the right thing or have all the answers when we were never called to do any of that. We are called to love our neighbors as ourselves, and we are called to serve others.

We do this through our semi-annual Compassion Day in North Lake Wire, monthly outreach projects, prayer walks, Martin Luther King Breakfast, Women’s Choice Rally, regular hospital calls and visits, and now at Lakeland downtown events to showcase our church as a place to worship and learn with others.

We remember that Jesus had a fantastic outreach ministry.

Our Partner Charities

In an effort to make the greatest possible impact, All Saints' has focused our giving and congregation support on the seven local charities listed below. Each of these Christian-based charities has proven itself to be a leader in their respective areas. 

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Our mission at All Saints’ Episcopal Church is to lead all people into a deeper relationship with God and each other in Christ and to transform our community and influence the culture.

For decades, our church has practiced this mission by giving to the community in the form of ourselves, money, and witnessing the Word of God to our neighbors. As God moves us, we have ventured more and more into nearby communities to offer ourselves to do His work. Over the last few years, All Saints’ has been returning, month after month to the North Lake Wire area of Lakeland.

Originally, this area was considered a high crime and often unsafe to visit. Lately, the Lakeland Police have reported a drastic reduction in major crimes in the area. This has been attributed, in part, to the presence of our caring Deacon, Reverend Bob Jonson who has led our parish volunteers to pick up trash, deliver food, mow grass, and get to know the beautiful people of North Lake Wire. 

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All Saints' not only support our charities financially we also collaborate with them, participate in their key events, and actively look for opportunities to serve alongside them. Get up, get moving, and get involved!

  1. Lake Wire Ministry
  2. Samaritan’s Purse
  3. Talbot House banquet
  4. A Woman's Choice's Walk for Life Event at Lake Hollingsworth
  5. St. Nicholas Project
  6. VISTE Thanksgiving Meal Delivery
  7. Salvation Army Bell Ringing

Many of us complain about trying to live off a few thousand dollars a month, let alone $600 per month. Yet right here in Polk County, many seniors are forced to live off this meager income. They are faced with the choice of eating or buying much-needed medications on a daily basis. Sadly, many have discovered that Social Security isn't enough. Senior Orphans was founded to help those in need, and your contributions can make such a difference in the lives of so many. With your donations, thousands of needy seniors get help with their day-to-day living expenses.

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