“A new commandment I give unto you,That ye love one another; as I have loved you, that ye also love one another.” – John 13:34
You are needed now more than ever. Please help in Times of Crisis!
Our Next Outreach is Postponed due to the COVID-19 Pandemic, but you can still help by making donations to the Soup Kitchen and Pantry!! Go to by clicking: Mary House .
We are also being urged to Consider Donating Blood! If you are otherwise healthy you are encouraged to consider a donation to the Blood Bank of Rhode Island
We are United in the Spirit of Stewardship
In the spirit of Christian stewardship, part of our parish outreach effort is to donate food to the Mary House food pantry
and to volunteer at St. Patrick’s meal kitchen
TBD is our parish’s next date to volunteer. We meet at St. Patrick’s on Smith Street by 3:45 PM. The last meal is served by 5:15 PM when we help with clean-up. Call the Church office, Joyce Avedisian (724-3978) if you have any questions.
Four o’clock in the afternoon is part of the workday for most of us, but there is another way to help. Every time you come to church – for Badarak, church school, a meeting, an event – make a donation of one nonperishable food and/or personal hygiene item. We deliver an average of 100 cans every 10 – 12 weeks. If we could collect just one can from every man, woman, and child each time we step through the doors of the church it would mean a donation of 400+ items each month. The food pantry supports the unemployed and working poor by offering them a place to get a bag of groceries one or two times a month. Sts. Sahag & Mesrob Church is one of several groups who contribute to this effort.
Thanks to those parishioners who have participated in the past.
The Outreach Committee