The Community Harvest Project uses donations and volunteers to farm vegetables in Grafton. The produce then goes to local food pantries. Throughout the year, teams from our parish help with the work of the CHP farm.

Our Father’s Table is a feeding program in Marlborough that offers hot meals to those in need. We host the meal whenever there is a fifth Monday in the month. Help preparing and serving the food is always welcomed.

The Little Red Wagon is located in the narthex and collects items for the Westborough Food Pantry. Donated items are taken to the Pantry on a weekly basis.

The Giving Tree goes up every December with ornaments that describe a child’s wishlist item for Christmas. You are invited to buy a gift for a family in need and to return it to the tree.

United Thank Offering is a collection taken up twice a year at Episcopal churches. The money goes to benefit numerous outreach causes around the world.

The Yarn Club is made up of knitters and crocheters, who create blankets for Project Linus and Warm Up America. All levels of experience are welcome.

Valentine Care Packages are made up every February, with snacks, notes, and cards, and distributed to members of the parish who are attending college and to those who are in nursing homes or are homebound. 

The annual Blessing of the Pets takes place on the church’s front lawn at the beginning of October, near the feast of St. Francis of Assisi, patron saint of animals. It’s a time to celebrate our animal friends.

The Living Nativity is a reenactment of the Christmas story, told with musicians, narrators, actors, and animals, and it is put on for the community free-of-charge.