Outreach & Community
Twelve Baskets Food Pantry
Our food pantry provides supplemental food for families, children, seniors, and Veterans in our community. We offer non-perishable foods and often have toilet paper, paper towel, and cleaning supplies. Produce, dairy, baked goods, and freezer fresh items, at times, are available.
A valid driver’s license or state ID card showing a current address is the only documentation necessary. Our pantry is free and confidential. All Saints' is a partner agency of the Community FoodBank of NJ.
All Saints’ provides hospitality and support to our surrounding community in a number of ways including:
Due to COVID-19, all meetings are not hosted at All Saints'.
Mondays, 12:15 pm in the Parish House, upstairs
Tuesdays, 12:15 pm in the Parish House, upstairs
Tuesdays, 8 pm (Men), lower level of Church
Wednesdays, 8 pm (Young Adults) in the Parish House, upstairs
Thursdays, 12:15 pm in the Parish House, upstairs
Friday, 8 pm (Young Adults) in the Parish House, upstairs
Saturdays, 8 pm, lower level of Parish House
Sundays, 7 pm (Young Adults) in the Parish House, upstairs
The Scouting Movement
Cub Scout Pack 56 – we sponsor the Long Hill Township pack and provide meeting space for individual Cub dens.
Boy Scout Troop 56 – we also sponsor the Boy Scout Troop and provide monthly meeting space for the Adult Leaders Planning Meetings.
Girl Scouts – Brownie and Junior groups meet here, as well as the monthly community Girl Scout Leader Planning Meeting.
A Different Rummage Sale!
Community Dinners for Vets
As we are getting to know our neighbors and our community better, we are hosting dinners for Veterans in our community about five times a year. Vets from the V.A. in Lyons and from our Long Hill area community are invited. Enjoy a yummy home-cooked meal in our cozy Parish House "bistro", and enjoy conversation and fellowship with All Saints' parishioners and friends. We'll be glad to see you! For more information, speak to Kerrie Stepko or Steve Kowalik.
Seamen's Church Institute
We have several busy knitters who make over 75 hats and scarves to the men at Seamen's Church Institute. This is a small way of saying "thank you" for making our lives more comfortable.
We are a small part of the 4,000 knitters from around the country who contribute their time and talent to make over 19,000 hand-knits each year!
Join us! We'll teach you to knit; and you can help others while learning.
We would be happy to teach you to knit if you would like!
Thank you to the parishioners who have been making surgical caps for medical personnel, fabric masks for community members, and 3D-printed mask extenders to go to nurses & doctors!
How can I help?
Donate food, baby supplies & toiletries
Peanut butter, jelly, cereal, oatmeal, canned tuna or chicken, canned vegetables & fruit, dry goods like beans, flower, rice, pasta, granola bars, apple sauce, diapers, Enfamil formula, soap, toothpaste. Items may be dropped off at the side entrance of the church in the food barrel.
Helping the homeless
We are part of a group of volunteers at Trinity House/Shrine of St. Joseph with Family Promise of Morris County. We are responsible for one of the days helping the families who seek shelter. Our duties are to provide a days worth of groceries, make & serve a meal, and volunteers to stay the night.
Contact Kathy Pfeil or Afsaneh .Thursfield to learn more.
Buildings & Grounds
Our buildings and grounds are always in need of some tender loving care. Interested in extending a flower bed, weeding, painting, organizing; we won't turn you away! Contact Tom Day if you can help out.
Driving From time to time, some of our parishioners need rides to doctor's appointments or an a ride to church.
Cooking Are you willing to make a meal for someone in need?
Let us know if you would like to be on our GO TO list of volunteers. We will call and see if you might be available to help out when needed.
All Saints' Episcopal Church - 15 Basking Ridge Road, Millington, NJ 07946 - Phone (908) 647–0067 - Fax (908) 647-7349