Soul Service

The Soul Service Story

Soul Service is the opportunity for individuals to come together and provide sacred service to those in need. Rev. Tony Crapolicchio said,
“The physical act of sacred service to others is a spiritual activity of servicing and empowering our soul.”
The TCSL Soul Service initiative allows individuals to be an active part of the change they desire to see in the world by being an outlet for the loving and giving energy of divine Presence.

TCSL’s Soul Service initiative, under the direction of Rev. Tony and a legion of loving and dedicated volunteers, has provided meals to tens of thousands of homeless individuals within metro Atlanta. The Soul Service initiative provides food through food drives at TCSL, partners with local homeless shelters for teens to provide meals and has an ongoing program of building and delivering lunches for the Atlanta area homeless.

When hurricane Katrina impacted New Orleans, the Soul Service initiative mobilized Centers for Spiritual Living around the world to donate much needed funds.  TCSL served as the only direct donation location for Centers for Spiritual Living to donate funds. The Soul Service initiative for those impacted by hurricane Katrina generated tens of thousands dollars.  Every dollar donated went directly to families and individuals impacted by hurricane Katrina.  After Haiti was devastated by an earthquake, the Soul Service initiative quickly mobilized again to create a relief concert of New Thought performers from the Atlanta area generating thousands of dollars for the American Red Cross.

TCSL’s Soul Service initiative has positively impacted countless organizations by overseeing direct donations to organizations such as; Aid Atlanta, the September 11th Fireman’s Fund, Toys for Tots, Hosea’s Feed the Homeless Campaign, Project Open Hand, Society For The Prevention Of Cruelty To Animals, The Empty Stocking Fund, Aid’s Walk Atlanta, A Season For Non-Violence, Gay and Lesbian Student Education Network, Habit for Humanity and Lost n Found to name only a few.

Join TCSL for one of our Soul Service events or donate to the TCSL Soul Service fund and be a part of the change you desire to see in the world.

The Soul Service Council meets at 9:30 on the 1st Saturday of every month to assemble bag lunches for the Atlanta area’s homeless population.
After the lunches are assembled Soul Service Council participants are invited to a guided meditation and then to assist in delivering the lunches.
Each lunch provided by TCSL cost approximately $2.30. If you would like to sponsor a lunch for a luncheon recipient, please enter your gift in the contribution portal below.

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Upcoming Lost n Found Dinner Dates

3rd Friday of the Month, February to November at 5:30 P.M.

Friday, Dec. 8th, 5:30 P.M.

Friday, Dec. 22nd, 5:30 P.M.

TCSL members will be serving dinner to the current guests of the Lost and Found Youth Organization on lnfthe dates listed to the left. Everyone is invited to attend and provide a cooked dish to provide the guests of Lost and Found Youth a balanced dinner. TCSL is asking our members to determine the dish they would like to provide. If you are unable to attend the dinner and serve the guests of Lost and Found Youth, and would still like to provide a dish for the residents, you may bring your culinary delight to TCSL up to two days before the date listed on our website page.  Your dish will be safely stored in the TCSL refrigerator. All items collected on Thursday will be served at Friday’s dinner.

After serving the guests of Lost n Found, TCSL participants are invited to a fellowship dinner at a local restaurant.

If you would like to sponsor a dinner for one of the youth of Lost n Found you may enter a dollar amount for your sponsorship below.

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If you need directions to Lost n Found, please use this handy dandy map!

 

To learn more about the Lost n Found Youth Organization please visit their website by selecting their logo above.

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Care for Carrying is a TCSL initiative for the guests of the Lost n’ Found Youth Organization. The youth of L n’ F are in great need of backpacks to carry their belongings. At present many of the youth carry their belongings in either reusable or plastic grocery bags. The TCSL Care for Carrying initiative will provide a much needed backpack for the L n’ F youth. You can make a huge difference in the journey of the guests of L n’ F by choosing to be a sponsor for the Care for Carrying initiative.  TCSL will purchase the backpacks wholesale and deliver the packs once there is funding to purchase a full case. Each backpack costs, $9.50 or $230.26 per case, including shipping and handling. There are 24 backpacks per case. You may view the backpacks and their description below. Every dollar received for the Care for Carrying initiative will go to purchasing a backpack for a L n’ F youth and is tax deductible! To sponsor a backpack, a quarter case, a half case, or a full case for the Care for Carrying initiative, simply enter your choice in the portal below. 

sl-61218.5 inch large backpack that gives you a lot of bag for the size and price and is a great fit for both boys and girls in high school or college. Featuring a dynamic multi color design with bungee accenting, this polyester backpack boasts two large and spacious main compartments as well as three more zipper closure pockets in the front for items you need to get to quickly. This sturdy 18.5 inch backpack also has padded adjustable straps and padded back for long term comfort and durability.

  • Colors: black, royal blue, red, grey, purple and dark pink (assorted)
  • Dimensions: 18.5 x 13 x 6.5
  • Material: Denier 600D
  • Case Size: 24 bags per case

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