All Saints House, an independent-living housing ministry that supports elderly and disabled persons, was founded in the mid-1980’s by All Saints Church and the Episcopal Diocese of Mississippi in conjunction with the Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD).
Located on Historic Main Street across the street for All Saints Church in Grenada, All Saints House is comprised of forty-four (44) residential apartments, four (4) of which are accessible to those who are physically disabled, and a bright sunroom for residents to enjoy fellowship and community activities. All residents of All Saints House have to meet HUD requirements in order to ensure that our program is serving those in the greatest need. (Note: Anyone interested in seeking residence must make an application through the office at All Saints House.)
To enhance the lives of the residents, parishioners of All Saints Church reach out by hosting Bingo and fellowship on the Second Tuesday of each month, hosting monthly Friday night Cookouts during the warmer months, as well as inviting residents to come to celebrations at All Saints, such as our Annual Shrove Tuesday Pancake Supper and a Thanksgiving Feast especially for the residents. In addition, the children of Little Saints Preschool make seasonal trips across the street to All Saints House to share their angelic and spirited spirits in song, dance, crafty projects and games.
The management and day-to-day operations of the property are the responsibility of the All Saints House Board, formally the Episcopal Housing and Development Corporation of Grenada, along with a property management company hired by the board.