His Hands and Feet Street Outreach is a multi-church outreach, started by Nathan Jordan, that is focused on serving the practical and spiritual needs of the homeless in our community. Below is a summary of the outreach from Nathan. I was prompted by the Lord to start His Hands and Feet Street Outreach. I and some friends from two churches go out bi-weekly to camps across Huntsville, handing out sack lunches and praying with those who will receive it. We are striving to form relationships and remember people's names, as both are very important. We do not hand out money, but if we can meet a need within reason, we do so. We also do not take pictures of the camps, because although it is a sad situation, where they live is their home, and it would be intrusive to take photos that may cause embarrassment. We seek to honor the Lord in all we do. My hope is for His Hands and Feet to include multiple churches with a singular focus of serving Christ. We can use help financially, with prayer, food prep, and boots on the ground. I would encourage you, if you're interested, to join us at least one Sunday so you can see the ministry firsthand, and have a better understanding on how to pray on how you would like to participate, if you feel led to do so. We meet at Manna House to team up before heading out into the camps. If you have any questions, feel free to call me! Nathan Jordan 256-326-8809
This serve uses our volunteers home repair skills to bless this community and perform maintenance and small scale repairs. During this serve project we will be wrapping up a roof we started 2 weeks prior. We are primed and ready to bless our family in the Northwood and Love community. God is doing powerful things in this community and we have the privilege of being His hands and feet. For questions call or text Chris Pulley at 6155126907.
Join us on Wednesday, 10/21, as we serve alongside the J. Craig Smith Community Center to meet food needs within our area. We will meet at 7:30 am to assist with unloading boxes and prepare for distribution. There will be a drive through process for people to receive food boxes and we will assist with loading boxes into vehicles.
Join us on Wednesday, 10/14, as we serve alongside the J. Craig Smith Community Center to meet food needs within our area. We will meet at 7:30 am to assist with unloading boxes and prepare for distribution. There will be a drive through process for people to receive food boxes and we will assist with loading boxes into vehicles.
We will be loving on the homeless community by providing them with free laundry and showers. Assistance is needed with Shower Up which provides warm showers. Serve volunteers can help with sanitizing showers, handing out towels/hygiene kits, and helping sign people up to take showers or by talking and providing community to those in attendance. You are more than welcome to serve the entire time, or any time you are available. Email firstname.lastname@example.org if you have any questions or want to sign up for a shorter time period.
Join us as we will be assembling grocery boxes for families in need all across the Birmingham area. After we assemble them, we will be going out and delivering them. This is an awesome opportunity to meet new people and a great practical way to be the hands and feet of Jesus.
Jump in with us as we partner with local churches, businesses, and city government to make an impact and change in the Anniston community. This is a monthly multi-organizational serve effort to clean up and beautify Anniston neighborhoods and promote community involvement. Multiple projects with general exterior cleanup & removal of brush, overgrowth, and debris. Kickoff is at 8am at the Anniston Mural Park. Hotdog lunch to follow. Register at annistonchangers.com What to bring: Landscape tools: push mowers,chainsaws, pole saws, string trimmers, rakes, wheelbarrows, etc Paint Tools: Brushes for exterior staining, painting, and sealing.
Join us as we aid Sacred Road Ministries in creative outreach during the Covid 19 pandemic to support the children, teenagers, and adults on the Yakama Indian Reservation in Washington State. A mobile library called “Bookin’ It”is being constructed on the Reservation by Sacred Road to safely offer free books, academic resources, activities, school supplies, snacks, and internet hotspot for students to log in to online classes. All of these items and services are going to be provided in the safest ways possible during this Covid 19 season. We are collecting the following items to be shipped to Sacred Road on the Yakama Reservation to support this creative effort: - Gift cards to be used to purchase items for building the mobile library, cleaning supplies, and for purchasing items/ food to be distributed- Walmart, Costco, Lowe’s, & Home Depot are best. - Handmade masks for children, teenagers, & adults (please avoid red and blue colors) - Books ( contact Serve leader for list of Christian and Native American books for ordering) - Laptops and tablets (along with charging / power cords) - Notes of encouragement for those living on the Yakama Reservation as well as the staff and volunteers at Sacred Road Ministries during this challenging season. Please drop off these items to the Grants Mill Campus near the Children’s Entrance Tuesday October 13 from 4:30-6:00pm. Another drop off date will be Thursday October 15 from 2:30-4:00pm. Please email with questions. Thanks so much for loving our first neighbors well.
We will need two people to put plywood on top of an already existing 11 by 12 shed floor. We will need two people to paint the shed. Then we will need multiple people with trucks and maybe a trailer to help move belongings from a storage building to the home of this widow. Doing this will help free up money she is paying each month for storage. This is a huge burden to Ms Frances and not one she can accomplish alone.