February 2021 Outreach
MONDAY, FEBRUARY 1
PROJECTS
CLEAR ALL
Gadsden

LEADER Connie Kennamer DESCRIPTION

Please join us to donate/support the LifeSouth blood drive. We’ll provide hospitality for the LS team and promote the drive for much needed donations.

Alabaster

LEADER Olivia Snyder DESCRIPTION

Columbiana Middle School created and dedicated a butterfly garden in honor of one of its former teachers. Since then the garden has fallen to disrepair and the schools flower beds and front really need some TLC. This outreach project would be trying to: Create some raised bed gardens Till the ground and weed the existing garden Re-do a pebble path And pressure wash the front of the school The AAA department has taken over the garden as a class project but feel overwhelmed and discouraged by the amount of help it needs. If we could work together to fix these needs then the AAA department would have a much better chance at success.

Columbus

LEADER Ken Corcoran DESCRIPTION

Volunteers are needed to donate milk and cereal, and to pray for a local shelter for families experiencing domestic challenges. The weekly need is around 3-5 gallons of milk and/or 4 boxes of cereal. Volunteers are asked to sign up to be part of a rotation that is every 6-8 weeks.

The Birmingham Dream Center, Uptown

LEADERS Robby Johnson, Madison Harris DESCRIPTION

Join us as we deliver food bags to families in the Birmingham area, but more importantly build relationships. There will be prayer at 9:00 at the Birmingham Dream Center, and you’re more than welcome to join us! We will huddle after prayer at 10:00, assemble the bags, and head out to the neighborhood. We can’t wait to serve with you!

Uptown

LEADERS Kane Reedy, Alonso Moreno DESCRIPTION

Join us this first Saturday in the Growth track room at Church of the Highlands Grandview campus. To assemble goodie bags that will carry much more than just items but will also allow us to share the Love of Christ with our local college students. We will be preparing these small bags intending to deliver them to two separate locations. (If interested in serving care package delivery, see "Miles college Care package delivery" or "University house delivery on the Serve app).

Columbus

LEADER Hannah Hendley DESCRIPTION

This serve opportunity includes taking temperatures and asking screening questions for patients that visit MercyMed. Not only do we get the opportunity of serving patients but we are also serving those employed by MercyMed by taking a small amount of workload off of their hands. Shifts throughout the week available.

Oxford

LEADER Kim McCutcheon DESCRIPTION

Come join us as we invite local churches in Jacksonville to assemble on and around the Square to pray for our community as described in 2 Chron 7:14. Focus this day is families and health.

Oxford

LEADER Kim McCutcheon DESCRIPTION

Come join us as we invite local churches in Jacksonville to assemble on and around the Square to pray for our community as described in 2 Chron 7:14. Focus this day is all the attendees.

Oxford

LEADER Kim McCutcheon DESCRIPTION

Come join us as we invite local churches in Jacksonville to assemble on and around the Square to pray for our community as described in 2 Chron 7:14. Focus this day is churches and businesses.

Columbus

LEADER Tasha Wallace DESCRIPTION

Providing a meal for Soldiers/Veterans along with their families as they attend the REBOOT combat recovery course hosted by Cru Military. Each meal will serve 10 adults and 2 children. The meal provided can be homemade or purchased. It should be dropped off at 6:00 p.m. at Christ Community Church (4078 Milgen Road, Columbus, GA). Please contact project leader to be added to the list to provide a meal or with any other questions. REMAINING AVAILABLE DATES: 3/9, 3/16, and 3/23.

The Birmingham Dream Center

LEADER Julie Spencer DESCRIPTION

The Lovelady Center (LC) Card Project to benefit the residents of the Lovelady Center. Their mission is to: "Help women rebuild their lives and walk forward with faith-driven hope for the future as a contributing member of our community. The Lovelady Program ensures each woman is taught how to overcome barriers to success by providing access to needed services." Some guidelines for the project: 1. The LC continually needs cards of encouragement so you cannot make too many or too few. 2. Prayerfully write each card and be intentional about the message, whether you purchase or make them. 3. Take your time. It is better to make/write 1 with purpose than 50 hastily thrown together. 4. Locate scripture that speaks to: how God loves us how He has a plan and purpose for us God does not condemn us forgives us and remembers the sin no more He is a loving Father Christ died for us we have hope and can live with Him in eternity 5. Try to place each card/letter in its own envelope so the ladies have their own personal mail to open. 6. You may sign your FIRST NAME ONLY to the cards. 7. You may write on the front of the envelope: For a Lovelady, For a Child of God (any such sentiment that is genuine) 8. PLEASE DO NOT SEAL THE ENVELOPE. Mail and packages are subject to inspection for the safety of all involved. 9. Put all the cards/letters in one larger envelope. Seal this one and address to: Joni Morton, Volunteer Coordinator c/o The Lovelady Center 7916 2nd Avenue South Birmingham, AL 35206 Thank you!