Outreach and Mission

All Saints Episcopal Parish has a long and rich history of Outreach Ministries.

All Saints Episcopal Day School

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All Saints Episcopal Day School is a mission of the Parish aimed at serving the educational needs of families with children ages three through eighth grade. An interdenominational school since 1985, All Saints Episcopal Day School currently educates 270 students, and is a leading private School in Hoboken. All Saints Episcopal Day School

Jubilee Center

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The Jubilee Center serves the children and families on the west side of Hoboken. Opened in April 2003, the Center provides quality after-school programming for over 100 students from kindergarten through sixth grade from 3 pm to 7pm during the school year, and all day during the summer and school vacations. The Jubilee Center

Hoboken Shelter for the Homeless

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At the corner of 3rd and Bloomfield Streets, there is a very special ministry among the homeless, providing an evening meal for 100 people daily and sleeping arrangements for 50 people each night. Organized in 1982 under the leadership of the Hoboken Clergy Coalition, Hoboken congregations continue to come together to provide partnership in this ministry. Contact:Parish Office
Hoboken Shelter for the Homeless

In Jesus’ Name Food Pantry

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Organized in 1981, this ecumenical partnership responds to people in need by providing food and clothing to the poor in Hoboken. Under the guidance of founder, April Harris, in Jesus’ Name is located on the campus of The Church of Our Lady of Grace at 411 Clinton Street. In Jesus’ Name

Outreach to the wider community and world

Alleluia Fund for Outreach, The Episcopal Diocese of Newark
American Friends of the Episcopal Diocese of Jerusalem
Bread for the World
Episcopal Relief and Development
Hoboken Together
Midnight Run

The History of All Saints Episcopal Church

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