Ways to Serve in Our Community



Urgent Needs:

Meals for the Atlanta Justice Program

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(sign up to help provide meals for students)

The Atlanta Justice Program is launching March 11 - 15, through our local missions partner, InterVarsity Christian Fellowship, as a spring break experience for college students to live among and learn from the urban poor within our city, to spend time in Scriptures that call God's people to respond to poverty and marginalization, and to send students back to the campus to invite all people into the Shalom of God's Kingdom.

All Souls has committed to providing the food for the students participating in this program. Sign up HERE or at the "join us" link above to help meet this need.


Our Mission Statement:

"The purpose of the All Souls Local Missions Team is to worship the Lord by building relationships with key community partners, so that we may serve alongside them in hopes to bring restoration and wholeness to people in need."

All Souls partners with a wide variety of local ministries and organizations, both financially and through service projects.

If you or your community group would like to volunteer further, please contact Eveie DeWitt at service@allsoulsfellowship.org.

BeLoved Atlanta


BeLoved Atlanta provides transitional residential housing that allows women in the sex industry to regain their freedom through discipleship, education and professional counseling so they reintegrate into society.

All Souls Liaison: Jessica Raczka

Decatur Cooperative Ministry


Decatur Cooperative Ministry helps families facing homelessness settle into safe, stable homes and build healthy lives filled with peace, hope and opportunity.

All Souls Liaison: Eveie DeWitt

Focused Community Strategies (FCS)


FCS Urban Ministries partners with under-served neighborhoods to provide innovative and holistic development that produces flourishing communities where God’s Shalom is present.

All Souls Liaison: Nate Ensor

Friends of Refugees



Every year, thousands of refugees are formally welcomed to the United States, carrying dreams of a better life and the desire to escape political, religious and ethnic persecution, or the violence of war within their home country. Many of those refugees have ended up in our own backyard–Clarkston, GA, which has been called “the most diverse square mile in America” by the New York Times Magazine. As the refugee population in Clarkston grew, the need for specialized human support service organizations became apparent. Friends of Refugees (FOR) was founded in 1995 for this purpose by Pat Maddox, a resident of Clarkston, full-time volunteer and current active Board member. In 2015, Friends of Refugees’ volunteers gave more than 40,000 hours to serve over 4,000 individuals across 7 program areas. These programs facilitated hundreds of job placements, served over 150 kids in our summer camp and after-school programs, taught hundreds of moms and kids English together, welcomed dozens of babies born to healthy moms in our labor doula program, filled over 90 family kitchen tables with fresh produce from their plots in our community gardens, created thousands of handcrafted items in the Refugee Sewing Society, and helped launch 16 new businesses through the StartME business accelerator.


All Souls Contact:  Eveie DeWitt

InterVarsity Christian Fellowship


InterVarsity Christian Fellowship shares God’s truth with college students through establishing small group Bible studies, large gatherings on campus, leadership training, thoughtful discipleship and life-changing conferences and events.

All Souls Liaison: Keri Dziuban

Our House


Our House provides services to homeless women and children through early childhood education, family advocacy, employment readiness and emergency shelter.

All Souls Liaison: Susan Trotti

Volunteer! Decatur


The mission of Volunteer! Decatur is to respond to the needs of the Decatur community by promoting and facilitating volunteer involvement through the partnership of nonprofit organizations, businesses, government, schools, and individuals for personal and community enrichment.

All Souls Liaison: Brandon Whitt

Young Life East Atlanta


Young Life is a world-class organization for adolescents. Our staff and volunteers enter the world of kids, focusing on what matters to them – fun, adventure, friendship and a sense of significance. In doing so, we earn the privilege of talking to them about something that we believe matters most of all – the truth about God and His love for them.​ Our area is on the Eastside of Atlanta. We currently have both middle school and high school ministry at Decatur High, Druid Hills High, Lakeside High, Tucker High and Henderson Middle as well as ministry to teen moms at Cross Keys High School.

All Souls Contact:  Brandon Whitt or Troy Earnest