Service Opportunities at All Saints

All Saints has a variety of ways to get involved in serving our community and abroad. We encourage you to contact our Director of Adult Ministry, Ruth Ford (, to learn more or to get connected to any of these ministries.


Serving You

Small Group

Student Success Stores


Sew Sew Saints

Tuesday afternoons, 1:30–4:00 PM (except December)

The Sew Sew Saints use donated fabric to sew useful items for persons in poverty around the community and world. All sewing skill levels are welcomed. People are needed to sort, iron and cut fabric, assemble quilt kits for congregation members to sew quilt tops at home, and then assemble quilt tops. The tote bags and baby layettes are easily learned as well.



  1. Quilts for Lutheran World Relief

  2. Tote bags for an inner city giveaway

  3. Baby layettes for First English Lutheran Church in Columbus

Tools For School


Each year All Saints partners with St. Paul Lutheran Church in Ironton, Ohio, to provide children of Lawrence County with school supplies and backpacks. Nearly half of the students' families are unable to buy the supplies needed for school, and teachers continually express their gratitude to St. Paul's, and in turn churches like ours, for providing the necessary supplies to help their students get off to a good start in the fall. During July, help is needed to purchase, count and sort supplies, pack backpacks and deliver them to the children in Ironton the first Saturday in August.

Worthington Resource Pantry

Meets the third Tuesday of each month, 6:45 PM (Sept.–May)


Worthington Resource Pantry serves 8 zip codes in northern Franklin County and southern Delaware County. They provide food and personal care items to those in need.

—Current Projects—

The Worthington Resource Pantry's March focus is 5 oz. cans of tuna (in water).

To donate, look for the "Worthington Resource Pantry" bin in the main office hallway.