Mission & Outreach
In cooperation with the mission partners of Church of the Redeemer, there are many opportunities throughout the year to show God’s love to our local and extended community.
Engaging the parish to develop and nurture programs and relationships that further the mission of the Church of the Redeemer within its walls and beyond by serving those in need and forming disciples of Christ.
1. Recruitment and organization of volunteers for outreach events.
2. Internal publicity about our mission partners, our involvement with them, and their needs.
3. Recommendation of recipients for Redeemer's Outreach Grants and recipients for the All-Parish Christmas and Easter Offerings.
Pilgrim Africa is a Christian relief organization created in 2004 as a response to the tragedy of more than a million Ugandans of the Northeastern (Teso) Region driven from their homes by the Lord’s Resistance Arm.
St. Stephen’s Youth Programs
St. Stephen's is an Episcopal mission church in Boston's South End neighborhood providing services including an after-school program, a summer enrichment camp, a food pantry and lunches (check out this video of Rev. Mike discussing the food donations to St. Stephen's) . The after-school program (B-READY) supports 185 youth during the school year and its B-SAFE summer camp provides a safe place for 540 young people during the summer.
FUELFUEL is a food drive to provide weekend food for students who rely on free or reduced-price breakfasts and lunches at school during the week. FUEL is working with six Newton elementary and middle schools and Newton North High School as well as St. Stephen's B-SAFE after-school program and the Epiphany School.
Common cathedral (Ecclesia Ministries, Inc.) is an outdoor congregation, housed and un-housed, sharing God’s love through community, pastoral care, creative expression, and worship on Boston Common. We are non-proselytizing and ecumenical. We welcome and support all people.
Epiphany is an independent school for children of economically disadvantaged families in Boston, with scholarships for all. We admit children of diverse faiths, races, cultures, and cognitive profiles, believing in the Episcopal tradition that we find God in and through each other.