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Saint Charles endeavors to live out the Gospel message through varied ministry opportunities, both within the city of New Orleans and around the world. Our congregation sponsors spiritual growth through a variety of programs. Please take a moment to explore what Saint Charles offers to this community of faith and the community of New Orleans.

Community Partners, Community Engagement

Community Engagement
‘Truly I tell you, just as you did it to one of the least of these who are members of my family, you did it to me.’ Matthew 25:40 (NRSV)

As followers of Jesus, we are called to serve the least of these in our city, state, and world. In Matthew 25, Jesus points out that when we serve those on the margins of society (hungry, thirsty, stranger, naked, sick, and imprisoned), we are showing our love for God and God’s creation. Over the course of 6 years, St. Charles will create opportunities to “educate” and “engage,” each of these 6 areas. This year’s guiding principle is “I was thirsty and you gave me something to drink.”

Food For Thought:
Each week, Food for Thought provides weekend meals for students in partnership with a local school. While students have access to food each day at school, many students are susceptible to food insecurity over the weekends. Food for Thought was created in 2015 in response to this need. We welcome volunteers each week to pack backpacks. For more information, email Tim Moon at tim.moon@scabc.org.

Crop Hunger Walk
Each Fall, St. Charles joins together with other area churches for a walk to raise awareness and funds to end global and local hunger and thirst. Proceeds from the annual CROP Walk go to the work of global partner Church World Service and local partner Desmond Project.

Annual Offerings
Spring Offering: Each Spring, we receive an offering to support the work of a local (city or state) agency in their work of being good neighbors. In 2015, we supported the work of Food for Thought.

International Christmas Offering: Each December, we receive an offering to support the work of an international agency in their work of being good global neighbors. In 2015, we supported the work of Mama Maji’s clean water initiatives in Kenya and Graz Baptistgemeinde’s work with refugees in Austria.

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