Posts Tagged community service

Read to Grow – A partnership promoting literacy in Louisville

Read to Grow - A partnership promoting literacy in Louisville

As AOC continues to invite more people, congregations, groups, and partnerships to join us, we’re happy to feature the Read-to-Grow partnership in Louisville Kentucky as one of our newest members. This partnership between St. Thomas’ Episcopal Church and the Zachary Taylor Elementary School is now going into

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Introducing the Emerson-Gridley Partnership

Introducing the Emerson-Gridley Partnership

This month we are excited to welcome a brand-new partnership to our network! Say hello to the Emerson-Gridley Partnership. Run by AJ Noyes at the Cathedral of St. Paul in Erie, Pennsylvania, they are currently focusing on donating supplies, supporting teachers and classrooms, and one-on-one tutoring. We

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Introducing the South Woods Volunteers

Introducing the South Woods Volunteers

Today we’re giving a warm welcome to our newest member, a partnership between Christ Episcopal Church in Ponte Vedra Beach, Florida and the South Woods Elementary School in a rural outlier of their community, Elkton. Christ Church’s Associate for Staff and Ministry Development, Steve Harrison has shared

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Introducing the Dillard Middle School Partnership Project

Introducing the Dillard Middle School Partnership Project

Three congregations in Goldsboro, North Carolina come together to pursue collective service, ministry, and school partnership. We’re thrilled to welcome the Dillard Middle School Partnership Project as the newest member of the network! We connected with Rebecca Bean, a Deacon at St. Andrews’ Episcopal Church in Goldsboro,

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A Trifecta of Need – Part 1: Housing Segregation

A Trifecta of Need - Part 1: Housing Segregation

This is the first of a three post series inspired by a speech by Mike Sabin, principal of the McCormack Middle School in Boston by AOC Director, Lallie Lloyd. Not long ago I attended a fundraiser for the the Trinity Boston Foundation (a subsidiary of Trinity Church

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Meet the Newlin School Partnership!

Meet the Newlin School Partnership!

About a month ago, All Our Children was excited to welcome the partnership between the Church of the Holy Comforter and Newlin Elementary School as a member of our network. Their partnership, based in Burlington, North Carolina, is 3 years old and does everything from providing supplies

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AOC Members in the News: 2015 “ServiceBowl” at St. Stephen’s Boston

AOC Members in the News: 2015 "ServiceBowl" at St. Stephen's Boston

SEATTLE MAYOR FULFILLS SUPER BOWL PROMISE AT ST. STEPHEN’S, SOUTH END By Tracy Sukrow and Jeremy Kazanjian-Amory – Originally published in the South End News Mayor Ed Murray of Seattle picked up a paintbrush at St. Stephen’s Church on Shawmut Avenue on Saturday, March 21 and got

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