Hospitality – helps us reach out to people and welcome them to worship and other activities and events through personal interaction.
Greeters help visitors and members feel welcome at worship by greeting them at the door with a smile and a handshake.
Shepherds help new members and new member families get acquainted with new people, introduce them to the congregation during the New Member welcome, and help them plug-in to All Saints ministry and social events.
Guided by the Food, Faith and Farming Network, we are part of a group of area congregations around the greater Milwaukee area that are serving as hosts this winter. This is a non-profit organization that works to provide opportunities to link farmers and consumers. It supports Harvest of Hope, a non-profit, faith-based group that offers financial help to distressed farmers through grants.
What does a winter farmers’ market look like? Vendors set up tables to display their products in the Family Life Center. Many offer free samples so you can try before you buy.
The All Saints market includes a meal prepared by an All Saints team with ingredients provided by the vendors.
There are many ways to get involved: greeting guests, set-up/take-down, kitchen prep, meal serving, kitchen clean-up, to name a few.