Each month parishioners at Saint Michael prepare and serve food for 400 people experiencing homelessness staying at Austin Street Center. On the first Tuesday of each month, 12 to 15 parishioners cook and prepare a full-course homemade meatloaf dinner. On Wednesday, the food is delivered to the shelter and later that day, another 15 to 20 parishioners serve the dinner. To begin t…Read More »
The Brotherhood of Saint Andrew is a missionary and evangelism ministry of the Episcopal Church and Anglican Communion. In fact, it is the oldest evangelistic ministry of the Episcopal Church. The Brotherhood’s goal is to bring men and youth to Jesus Christ through the daily practice of prayer, Bible study, and service.
Our chapter's service projects have included many activit…Read More »
Gateway of Grace integrates and empowers refugees who have recently settled in the Dallas area. One way to serve Gateway is to host a small baby shower for an expectant couple. Saint Michael's would like to host 3 baby showers per year. We are looking for 1 lead volunteer to serve as a host for each shower (3 volunteers total). Hosts are responsible for recruiting 6-10 volunteer…Read More »
SMAA is 1 of 52 covenant congregations who have joined together to support NDSM by providing food, clothing, medical care, and emergency assistance. SMAA has 3 parish food drives per year in the months of February, July, and November. Additionally, volunteers provide job counseling and help with the clothing closet, food pantry, and special projects. Contact: Dane Hardy [email protected]
Project Moses is a mission founded by parishioners to highlight the truths of human trafficking and share the Light of Christ with its survivors. Read below for information on both efforts in fighting human trafficking and also associated ministry opportunities and events.
Myth: There must be elements of physical restraint, physical force, or physical bondage when identifying a …Read More »
The Gathering was founded to build and nurture a loving and compassionate faith community where the housed and un-housed, churched and unchurched gather together to seek healing, spiritual fulfillment, and Christian community. Services are held every Sunday at 1:00 p.m. in Thanks-Giving Square, downtown Dallas.
Saint Michael and All Angels parishioners cook and serve a hot meal …Read More »
Join the 125 members of the Saint Michael Meals on Wheels team and deliver nutritious hot meals to 4,000 Dallas County residents who are homebound and unable to cook for themselves. SMAA volunteers drive 16 weekly routes during the year, delivering meals and social support. Potential volunteers may contact one of our ministry leaders to accompany them on a route at any time.
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