Members of All Saints' are committed to serving the community through a variety of programs and partnerships with other organizations. A number of grants fund many of the family-oriented activities that are offered free to the community. There are also opportunities for local businesses and crafters to bring their products to the public through craft fairs and markets. Click on the links below to learn more about these different church programs and service organizations that members of All Saints' are involved with:
American Cancer Society Relay for Life - Both the ECW & youth group have participated and supported this event that raises money for the American Cancer Society. In 2013, they raised over $3,500, and won the "lap dance" trophy, dressed as the Avengers & All Saints' Angels Crushing Cancer! The groups welcome all church members to join them in the fight for cancer!
Easter Seals - The ECW volunteer their time to help at the annual Easter Seals Gingerbread Festival at Kukui Grove, which helps raise funds for this organization's efforts.
Hale Ho'omalu - Located across the street, All Saints' collects donations of food and money for this family support center. Donations of packaged and canned goods can be dropped off during Sunday services in the red wagon.
Holiday Craft Fair - An annual event held in the All Saints' Gym and on the lawn with over 60 vendors, a raging food booth by the youth group and lots of wonderful products for the holidays. The fair is usually held on the first Saturday of December.
Kapa'a Interfaith Association's Annual Thanksgiving Luncheon - Churches in Kapa'a join together to bring a free Thanksgiving luncheon to the community which is held in the All Saints' Gym. Over 600 turkey meals are served and delivered on Thanksgiving day.
Kaua'i Economic Opportunity Transitional Shelter - The ECW prepares meals for the homeless families in this transitional shelter twice a year as part of their service to the community.
Kaua'i Humane Society - The Ke Akua Youth Group adopted this organization to do annual events to raise funds and awareness through car washes, Adopt-A-Pet events, and bake sales.
Saturday Markets - All Saints' is pleased to host a community market featuring the finest in Kaua'i products, produce, crafts and food. Held on the All Saints' lawn, vendors and customers come together on the first Saturday of each month, from 9:00 a.m.- 2:00 p.m.
ASIS (All Saints' Indoor Sports) - All Saints' is proud to offer the use of its gym for various community events and activities free of charge. A variety of sports programs are funded entirely by grants and donations, and run by the youth and volunteers of All Saints' Church. The newest indoor sport that has taken off is FUTSAL!
Friday Night Sports Nights - Funded by private grants, this program offers families and teens something to do on a Friday evening, and features different sports in the All Saints' Gym, like volleyball and basketball. New lighting with wire cages was recently installed that has really brightened the gym and made it safer for all sports activity.
Fun In Fellowship Dodgeball Tournament - Kauai's premiere summer sporting event is held in the All Saints' Gym, attracting hundreds from around the island, state and mainland. The FiF program began in 2005, with a grant from the Kaua'i County Anti Drug Program and continues to be funded through grants from different organizations and private donations. FiF Dodgeball is kept free to the community and is spearheaded by the Ke Akua Youth Group. The program runs during the month of July, culminating with a tournament held on the last Friday & Saturday of the month. Visit the FiF Dodgeball Site
Movie Nights on the Lawn - Free movies on the lawn and under the stars is a great family activity that the entire community can come to. Usually a double-feature, the first show is geared towards toddlers and young children, and the second feature with teens and adults in mind. This event is funded by grants and is usually held in the late summer/early fall months.