Thriving in Society

 All Saints is home to many groups which serve the community's health, and/or an individual's health by community support.  It is an essential part of the mission of our church that groups that heal individuals and society -- whether they are religious or not -- find a home on our campus. 

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Palo Alto Community Child Care (PACCC) PACC's Downtown Childrens Center for pre-schoolers makes its home at All Saints. More
Hand-in-Hand Parenting Hand in Hand makes its home at All Saints, and brings parents skills and support that nurture the parent-child connection, and foster sound judgment and close family ties. Check our unique approach: Parenting by Connection. More
Kara Grief Support & Education Kara offers emotional support and information to adults, teenagers and children who are grieving a death or coping with a life-threatening illness.            On December 10, 2010, All Saints' Interim Rector The Rev. Sherridan Harrison delivered a reflection on love at Kara's Candlelight Service: Annual Interfaith Gathering of Remembrance.  Here is the text of that reflection: More
Continuing The Conversation (CTC) Continuing the Conversation meets weekly at 8:10am-9:10am on Thursday mornings at All Saints, usually in the Youth Room (26/27).  CTC's goal is to help people and our society cope with the rapid deterioration in our economic and social environments and manage the efforts to stimulate a recovery toward a healthier community.   More
Young People's AA Young People's AA meets weekly at All Saints on Saturdays at 7pm, usually in the Multipurpose Room, Room 29.  Contact 650-679-2374 More
Women's AA Women's AA meets twice weekly at 7pm at All Saints: Monday (usually in the Library) and Wednesday (usually in the Fireplace Room). Contact: 650-679-2374 More
Narcotics Anonymous NA meets weekly on Thursdays at All Saints, usually in the Parish Hall.  Contact: 650.802-5950 More