Holy Apostles is an open, inclusive community.

Whether you are in need of help and support, exploring spirituality, or feeling called to help others, we welcome YOU to our community.

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Sustained by grace, strengthened to go forth — Join us for Holy Eucharist Sundays at 11AM (on site and via livestream). Scroll down for weekday service times.

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Every $5 donation provides 5 meals for our neighbors in need of nourishment. Your support allows Holy Apostles Soup Kitchen to keep our doors open.

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Over 13 million meals served since 1982.

At Holy Apostles Soup Kitchen, everyone is welcome, without question or qualification. From greeting guests to serving food, help make a difference!


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Offering nourishment and community through meals and life-changing services.

Serving Hot Meals To-Go
Monday – Friday
10:30 AM – 12:30 PM
Pantry Hours
Tuesdays, Wednesdays & Thursdays
9:30AM – 11:00AM and 1:30 PM – 3:00 PM

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This place is an oasis in the desert. Eating here is a lifeline. Shelters don’t have to provide sustenance. But this place is therapeutic. They uplift you here.



A spiritual community for everyone.

The Church of the Holy Apostles is an open and inclusive Christian community of people coming together in the Episcopal tradition to worship and create community.

Our Sunday services take place at 9AM (on site) and 11AM (on site and via live-stream). View our full service schedule below.    

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Join our worship community online and in person.

Holy Eucharist | Sunday 9AM (on site)
Holy Eucharist | Sunday 11AM (on site & via Livestream)
Insight | Tuesday 6:15PM (on Zoom)
Morning Prayer and Bible Study | Wednesday 8:30AM (on Zoom)
Compline | Thursday 9PM (on Zoom)



At Holy Apostles, we aim to help serve our guests’ nutrition needs, as well as their holistic needs.

Our Social Services Center offers a range of additional supportive services central to achieving our ultimate goal, which is to empower our guests to move on to a more manageable and fulfilling way of life.

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Rest | The Rev. Canon Robert A. Jacobs, Deacon

Rest | The Rev. Canon Robert A. Jacobs, Deacon

Summer becomes a time to work on ourselves and our ability to be the light and find meaning in our journey, even when it seems uncertain.

In our daily lives, we often find ourselves caught in a whirlwind of tasks and responsibilities. Work, family, social commitments, and even church activities can fill our schedules. We become so engrossed in our duties that we forget to pause, to breathe, to rest. Yet. In the midst of our busyness, we see Jesus inviting His disciples to a quiet place to rest. This is not a mere suggestion but a clear instruction from our Savior.

Jesus understood the importance of rest. He knew that His disciples, after their rigorous ministry, needed time to rejuvenate….

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Summer Reflecting | The Rev. Dr. Anna S. Pearson, Rector

Summer Reflecting | The Rev. Dr. Anna S. Pearson, Rector

I am on the mailing list for the Society of St. John the Evangelist, the monastic order located in Cambridge, MA. The theme of their most recent newsletter was “Growth,” and included articles titled “Awake,” “Patience,” “Know Limits,” “Anxiety,” “The Breaks,” and “On the Hard Road.” The final page if the newsletter offered some loosely connected reflection questions. Depending on how the pieces of your life are aligning just now, the rhythm of life may slow down a bit during the summer months. Maybe there is just a bit more time and space to reflect….

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The Rev. Dr. Pauli Murray, Priest | The Rev. Susan E. Hill, Associate Rector

The Rev. Dr. Pauli Murray, Priest | The Rev. Susan E. Hill, Associate Rector

With both the Pride and Independence Day celebrations in late June and early July, it can be easy to overlook some of those whom we commemorate in the church during this time. For example, on July 1, we remember two remarkable people: Harriet Beecher Stowe and Pauli Murray. The Rev. Dr. Murray is by far less well-known but also had an outsized impact on both society and the church. During her long and varied career she was a lawyer, a writer and poet, a civil rights activist, a professor, and eventually, an Episcopal priest. On January 8, 1977, Murray was ordained the first African American woman priest at the Washington National Cathedral….

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Be the change you want to see in the world.

If you are feeling called to do something that makes a real difference in people’s lives, and helps make the world a better place, Holy Apostles offers several volunteer-led programs designed to provide crucial support for individuals and families that are experiencing difficulties. We welcome you to share your time and talents.

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