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Social Justice Lunch & Learns

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Social Justice Ministry Online Lunch and Learn

Thursday, May 18



All are invited to attend this online Lunch and Learn! This month All Saints will host Kim Likens, Director of The Boys and Girls Club of Hilton Head Island.

For over thirty years, The Boys and Girls Club has served local children ages 6-18 with outstanding educational and recreational programs after school and all day in the summer. Currently they have over 260 members enrolled, and over 200 children walk through the doors every day. They serve a total of 48,000 meals to those children every year. The Club has a diverse membership comprised of 42% Latino, 29% Caucasian, 28% African-American and 1% identifying as “other”.

A staggering 63% of the Club members live in families that fall below the national federal poverty guidelines. In fact, 45% of our members’ families fall at the lowest level, making $25,000 or less per year. The Boys and Girls Club has enjoyed great success as an organization, but there is more to be done. There is a need to prepare the Club for the new generation of learners who may be left behind without access to technology and innovation to spark their interest and feed their passions.


Join us on Zoom on Thursday, May 18 at noon by clicking here


Meeting ID Number: 833 9022 0176

Password: 3001

Social Justice Ministry Online Lunch and Learn

Thursday, April 20



All are invited to attend this online Lunch and Learn! All Saints recently began a ministry to help support a new Deep Well community program, CIRCLES USA. This national program is celebrating its 23rd year and has a history of success. It works to empower families to increase their income level, lead their families to financial stability, and provide better opportunities for their children. Participants gain training on how to budget and save money. Children of the families also receive their own program centered around empowerment.


Our speaker this month is Shavonne Vasquez. Shavonne, a bilingual social worker, recently relocated from New York to continue her pursuits of equity and social justice to manage the Circles Chapter at Deep Well. For the past eighteen years, she’s remained committed to the human services field in the form of direct care and advocacy.



You can watch the recorded session at the link below:

Passcode: $^.U2+EQ


Social Justice Ministry Online Lunch and Learn

Thursday, February 23



All are invited to attend this online Lunch and Learn! Many have heard of United Way but may not be familiar with the specific programs and volunteer efforts supported by The United Way of the Low Country (UWLC). This month we will host Mr. Dale Douthat, President and CEO of the UWLC whose mission is to mobilize resources to solve human problems. This non-profit organization’s vision is to be the leading force for social change to improve basic needs, education, health and economic mobility outcomes for the citizens of Beaufort and Jasper counties.


Mr. Douthat will be giving an overview of local United Way programs which include Early Reading programs that partner with local schools, Backpacks for the Homeless, Operation Holiday Heroes, and VITA (volunteer income tax assistance), to name a few. He will also discuss a more recent initiative to address a community issue that may be unfamiliar to many of us, so tune in to learn more! Last year, more than 206,000 local people benefited through United Way efforts!


You can watch the recorded session at the link below: 

Passcode: %^TnB@2h





Social Justice Virtual Lunch and Learn

Thursday, January 26



All are invited to attend this online Zoom Lunch & Learn! This month, the Social Justice Ministry will host Dr. Gloria Holmes. Dr. Holmes is a professor at USCB and lives on Hilton Head.


What is Critical Race Theory? Is it a plan to make our white children feel guilty? Is it a program promoted by liberal teachers and politicians? Or is it something else? What we do know, it is a hot-button issue in the media, in politics, and at school boards. Attend our Noon January 26, Lunch and Learn session and engage in an interactive discussion of this challenging subject with Professor Emeritus and Author Dr. Gloria Holmes.

You can watch the recorded session at the link below:


Passcode: T3h.Mr83

Social Justice Ministry Online Lunch & Learn

Thursday, November 17


Our speaker this month are Sarah Gieseke and Aimee Deverall with the Low Country Immigration Coalition. 

You can watch the recorded session at the link below: 
Passcode: 6ws!&vZH



All Saints Episcopal Church Hosts a Virtual Lunch & Learn Event

with the Lowcountry Human Trafficking Task Force

Are you surprised to learn that human trafficking is a problem in the Lowcountry?


Lowcountry Human Trafficking Task Force Co-Chairs Michelle Fraser and JoJo Woodward will share information about human trafficking, a complex, insidious crime that infiltrates communities across South Carolina and violates basic human rights. Learn what human trafficking entails, how local, state, and federal task force members collaborate to combat human trafficking in the Lowcountry and beyond. Learn how you can help.


Woodward and Fraser were elected as the task force’s co-chairs in April 2021. Both work for Solicitor Duffie Stone and the 14th Circuit Solicitor’s Office, which prosecutes General Sessions-level cases in Beaufort, Jasper, Colleton, Hampton and Allendale counties.

Woodward has more than 30 years of law enforcement experience and is a member of the Solicitor’s Office Career Criminal Unit. Fraser oversees the day-to-day operation of the 14th Circuit Victims Services Center (VSC) and its community partners. She has been a Solicitor’s Office victim advocate for more than 15 years.

To watch this Lunch & Learn click on the link below:
Use password: jq=9=9!T


All Saints Episcopal Church Hosts a Virtual Lunch & Learn Event

with the All Saints Sacred Ground Ministry

Thursday, May 26



“He has told you, O man, what is good; And what does the Lord require of you but to do justice, to love kindness, And to walk humbly with your God?”    

Micah 6:8


Have you heard about Sacred Ground? Maybe you are interested, but have questions? Join us for this Virtual Lunch and Learn to hear from your fellow parishioners who have taken the course, and how it has helped and educated them in their daily lives.


All Saints has offered two successful Sacred Ground teaching series. There are several small groups that meet twice a month to learn more about the history of race in America, including those of Indigenous, Black, Latino, and Asian/Pacific American as they intersect with European American histories. We’ll share stories and experiences of race, and learn how to grow in your commitment to racial justice.


The Sacred Ground program meets every other week for 11 sessions starting in October.  We offer both day and evening as well as in-person and zoom sessions.


For more information go to:   For questions or to sign up for the next series contact Laurie Rotella at 252-917-7082 or

You can watch the recorded session at the link below: 

Passcode: !1!9qNVA

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