If you’re not yet involved in actively meeting needs and sharing the gospel with the hurting people in our community, we’ll make it easy for you. Through our ministry partners, we have opportunities to help real people while bringing the real hope of Jesus right where you live. Prayerfully peruse the Holiday Service Guide and ask the Lord where He wants you to serve.
Date and Time: Saturday, December 3, from noon–8:00 p.m.
This year’s Christmas Project will focus on Maury County DCS and Maury County schools. Opportunities to serve will include helping host a Christmas party for the Maury County DCS workers.
Date and Time: Saturday, December 10 from 4:00 – 6:00 p.m.
Join us at the Family Christmas Experience for an afternoon of fun, food, and activities for families in the Spring Hill community.
Date and Time: Tuesday, November 29 – Friday, December 2, Tuesday, December 13
Description: Volunteers are needed to gift wrap presents for the students who purchase Christmas Treasures, which are donated items that students are allowed to “purchase” with points that they have earned. Wrapping the gifts allows for conversation with these students and provides an opportunity to detect possible needs.
Contact Alice Johns to learn more.
Date and Time: Saturday, December 17, from 9:00 a.m. – 5:00 p.m.
We’ve been invited to join our friends at Connection Hill Primitive Baptist Church in their annual Red Kettle Ringing. We will serve alongside them singing, dancing, and having gospel conversations with people who engage with us.
Contact Leigh Ann Swords to sign up.
Date and Time: Join a team from January 2 – 12, 2023
Mission Eurasia provides gifts of hope to children in need during the Christmas season. These boxes contain socks and mittens, sweets and toys, hygiene supplies, and a children’s scripture resource. Boxes can be sponsored for $25 each. Learn more here.
The Refuge Center for Counseling
Trek-X (formerly Mobilizing Students)
For those looking to adopt, foster or walk with a family as they are trying to restore their homes, you can find resources, support and encouragement.
For those interested in helping to support needs that come up during these times, you kind find ways to get involved. For the persons that are looking to be informed in trauma or advocate for hard stories, there is a place for you too.
Or if you have a heart for vulnerable children and thrive in events, administration, etc. there is a place for you as well.
To learn more, email Vicki Howell.
For more information on Disaster Relief, contact Dawn Bishop.