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Opportunities to love and engage our neighbors! We want to continue to provide healthy and appropriate opportunities to love and engage our neighbors. Social distancing is important, of course, and we want to abide by the protocols being encouraged from local officials. As much as ever, we desire to be Christians who embrace the least of these. Here are a few opportunities for you to consider:


Meet Memphis Save the Date: Saturday April 2, 2022, 9:00 a.m.–1:00 p.m.

Save the date for our annual Meet Memphis work day coming up in April! We will be on site at different locations with our ministry partners. Stay tuned for more details in the coming months.


World Relief Memphis

  • Open HouseOver the past 40+ years, World Relief has been guiding people like you to volunteering in ways that make a lasting impact. You can bring your gifts, abilities and interests, and World Relief will help you connect and walk alongside families and individuals as they rebuild their lives in Memphis. The dates are January 22 at 10:00 a.m., February 26 at 10:00 a.m., and March 26 at 10:00 a.m.

  • Resettlement 101 – This is a chance for you to learn more about the refugee resettlement process from A to Z: from pre-arrival, to their first days in Memphis, and beyond. The dates are February 6 at 3:30 p.m., March 6 at 3:30 p.m., and April 3 at 3:30 p.m. Contact Catherine Gross at cgross@wr.org for more information.


YoungLife Memphis

  • YoungLivesYoungLives is a program lead by Mrs. Danita Calhoun for young women who are mothers but desire to complete high school. They need volunteers to help with snacks for the parenting classes, provide a meal for clubs, and/or help serve or be a childcare volunteer. For more information, please contact Jo Anne Clark at 901-409-8401 or joanne@clarkandclark.com.


Neighborhood Christian Center

  • Women's Bible Study – NCC Binghampton would love to have other women come and love on the women who come to the study. You may also have an opportunity to teach if you desire. This takes place every Thursdays, 10:00–11:30 a.m. during the school year at NCC. For more information, please contact Jo Anne Clark at 901-409-8401 or joanne@clarkandclark.com

 

Eikon Ministries

  • Nathan Street Ministries –Eikon has several opportunities for their Club Nathan activities, Tuesday nights at Club Nathan.

    • Teach a class or assist in class:

      • 8 and under boys and girls

      • 9–18 boys

      • 9–18 girls

    • Lead a Craft/Game for 8 and under boys and girls only.

    • Prepare food in the kitchen at Nathan house on Tuesday afternoon for Club Nathan.

    • Breakdown/Cleanup crew.

 

Life Choices of Memphis

  • Baby Prep Coaches – You can be trained to be a Baby Prep Coach, which involves following the mother for her 9 months and working through a prescribed notebook. They currently have a waiting list of moms needing baby coaches. The contact for Life Choices and any questions you may have regarding Baby Prep Coach training or any other volunteer opportunities can be directed to Shelley Sumner. Please click this volunteer form to view it, fill it out, and send it via the information at the bottom of the form.

Memphis Coalition for Life

  • Prayer Warriors, Weekdays, 8:00 a.m.–4:00 p.m. Volunteers are needed to stand outside Planned Parenthood (2430 Poplar) with a counselor who speaks with women going in for services. You can pray quietly while standing alongside the counselor one hour per month, week, year, etc. Contact Cindy Granger for more information. No training or volunteer form is required to be a prayer warrior.

 

Forgiveness House

  • Meal Providers – Forgiveness House needs volunteers to provide meals any night, Monday–Thursday, for 10 people. Please contact Jordan Bernardini at (901) 692-6649 or Bob Sauter.

 

A Way Out Ministries:

  • Women's Alumni Bible Study Food Volunteers, Tuesdays, 5:45 p.m. Drop-off time. Every Tuesday AWO has a bible study for alumni who graduated from our program and we have a food committee where volunteers sign up to bring food for about 20 people. Contact Andrew Beach for more information.

  • Agape House Extreme Makeover (On-going need)—AWO partners with Agape House, a safe-haven for abuse victims, and it is undergoing a complete renovation. A team from FEC recently came out and filled a whole dumpster! They still need help with a few things to complete the renovation like, finishing the firepit, putting together beds once they arrive, etc. Contact Andrew Beach for more information.

 

If you'd love to help in any way, contact Andrew Beach.