We are called to help those in need, whether it be spiritually, financially, or physically.  To inquire about any of our Outreach ministries, please call the Parish Office at 708-895-6700

Are you experiencing temporary or long-term food insecurity?  The Lansing Community Food Pantry is here to help Lansing residents and non-residents who are members of Lansing Churches.  Please call for an initial appointment:  708.466.9298.

Tuesdays, 11:00 a.m. – 1:00 p.m. 

Lansing Assembly Church • 2990 Ridge Road

There is also a weekly Food Pantry at St. James for registered parishioners of All Souls Catholic Parish and Sauk Village residents.  Please call for more information:  708.757.2170.

Tuesdays, 10:00 a.m. – 12:00 p.m. 

St. James Church • 22400 Torrence Avenue

We collect donations for both Food Pantries at our worship sites.  Thank you for your contributions!

Our Christmas Giving Tree is a charitable initiative that takes place during Advent, in which parishioners have the opportunity to purchase Christmas gifts for Lansing area children.  Donors taking a tag off of the Giving Tree indicating gender and age of the recipient and return gift-wrapped and tagged presents for delivery.  A devoted group of volunteers collects the gifts and prepares them for distribution.  The process is entirely discreet, and usually serves in the area of 200 children.

These special Ministers bring compassion and communion of the church to the sick and the homebound at their own homes, nursing homes and assisted living facilities, and hospitals.  Please call the parish office at 708-895-6700 if you or someone you know is seriously ill or homebound and would like to receive Communion.  We will add you/their name and address to the Homebound list, and someone will contact you to schedule a visit.

The grief we experience over losing a loved one is a relatable experience that crosses all boundaries of race, religion, and social and economic status. Virtually no one is immune to the loss of a loved one, but there are countless ways to manifest that grief. As our three churches have come together, we recognize that this experience shared by so many is one that bears addressing. Therefore, we would like to begin a new All Souls Bereavement Group. Our friends at Catholic Cemeteries will come and train us to facilitate the group, so we are looking for people to join in on this meaningful ministry. Please call the Parish Office at 708.895.6700 to add your name to the list, and we will survey all interested individuals for preferred dates.

Volunteers who are members of the Prayer Tree ministry join leader Debbie Wright in praying from their homes for the needs of our parishioners and our parish. Parishioners can call our Parish Office with names of those they wish to be included in our prayer tree.

The Society of St. Vincent DePaul would like to thank the parishioners of All Souls Catholic Parish for your ongoing support.  Through your donations to the Poor Box and the monthly envelope collection, we have been able to help those in our parish or community who find themselves in temporary need.  Know that we deeply appreciate your willingness to give to the poor.

Should you (or someone you know) find yourself facing tough times, the St. Vincent de Paul Society of All Souls is here to assist you.  Please call 708-745-4760; all information is kept confidential.  Please do not wait until matters become insurmountable.