Times:9:30 a.m. Sunday School10:45 a.m. Worship Service
Times: 9:30 a.m. Sunday School | 10:45 a.m. Worship Service
During the school year
Join us for Bible Club at Balmoral Ridgeway Elementary, just 3 miles from First Evan on Wednesdays 3:30-4:30! In addition to helper volunteers, we are looking for someone who would like to coordinate Bible Club.
Donate supplies for our Bible Club at Balmoral by selecting from the ARISE2Read Amazon list. Click here for the list.
Contact Christine Hannah or Stephanie Moore if you would like to volunteer, provide snacks, or have any questions.
Young Life Memphis Urban Center
We need hands on volunteers! At Wednesday Clubs, moms and babies are welcomed by loving mentors and volunteers as they make crafts, sing, play games, hear the gospel, and end with a family style dinner.
We also need volunteers for childcare, meal teams, and our committee to help with developing the ministry.
If you are interested, please contact Danita Calhoun (901) 239-1797.
Now that the pandemic is over, class sizes have started to build back up, and more students are coming through their services! This also means that they have more spots open for meal providers. Bringing a meal is one of many ways that they try to help their volunteers connect with students and build lasting relationships with the community and is also a lot of fun!
Contact firstname.lastname@example.org for more information.
Click HERE to Sign up.
October 11–December 15
Tuesday & Thursday mornings
One of World Relief's most pertinent needs for volunteers right now is RoadRunners. Language and transportation are some of the biggest challenges our clients face when they are resettled here in Memphis. We want to make sure that they are able to attend English class at Connect Language Center, so we offer transportation services.
Their next English class cycle is October 11th through December 15th . Classes are every Tuesday and Thursday and they start at 9:30am and end at 11:30am. If you know anyone who is interested in this volunteer opportunity, please have them contact Lydia Milton or World Relief's ministry liaison, Diane Brower.
They also have the full list and an amazon wish list.
Help a recent refugee or asylee adjust to American life by walking alongside them with a group of volunteers (a small group of your friends and/or fellow church members). You'll be their guide from the very beginning, from meeting them at the airport, to helping enroll them in social services, to building a relationship.
For more information, contact Diane Brower.
You can be trained to be a Baby Prep Mentor, which involves following the mother for her 9 months and working through a video-based discussion with guided talking points. They currently have a waiting list of moms needing Baby Prep Mentors.
The contact for Life Choices and any questions you may have regarding Baby Prep Mentor training can be directed to Wendy Quinn or Stephanie Moore.
Monday - Thursday
(school year and 6 weeks in the summer)
Who: PK-12th grade students of refugee or immigrant origin
Where: Locations in 38111, 38112, and 38114 zip codes
When: 3:00–7:00 Mon-Thu during the school year and 6 weeks in summer
What: Homework help, literacy and math skill development, social and emotional skills, college and career readiness, entrepreneurship skills, mentorship, arts, music, gardening, leadership development, cultural acclimation, field trips, nutrition, recreation...and more!
10:00 - 11 :30 am and 5:30 - 7:00 pm
Who: Adults of refugee or immigrant-origin
Where: 258 N Merton Street, Memphis TN 38112
When: 10:00–11 :30 am and 5:30–7:00 pm Monday - Thursday
What: Three levels of classes designed around the needs of our students, including: English language skills (listening, speaking, reading, and writing), life skills, civics, naturalization support, cultural acclimation, digital literacy, and college support program.
To Volunteer with REP: 1) Complete an on-line application; 2) Submit a
background check form; 3) Attend or watch an orientation; 4) Have a initial virtual meeting; 5) Set your schedule; and 6) Connect with a program! For more information, about getting started, email email@example.com.
For other questions, please contact REP's ministry liaison, Leslie Brock.
Weekdays during the school year
BCA welcomed 136 students to campus on Monday, August 8 for the start of the 2022–23 school year! We are so excited about all the great things in store for this year. BCA volunteers are the best and are an important part of the culture of our school.
Are you eager to get back involved now? BCA has an urgent need for dinner meals for our Residential Students and Staff in August and beyond. Please visit our meal calendar (link below) to view open dates as well as find detailed information on how you can help. Volunteers can provide meals for the girls and/or boys dorm students. Meals may be dropped off any day of the week or volunteers can bring dinner on Monday and Thursday nights and stay and eat with the students. Thank you in advance for helping to fill this important need!
Meal Calendar: www.takethemameal.com
Last name: Dorms
Contact BCA's ministry liaison Diane Brower for more information.
CEF is always needing volunteers for their after school Good News Club program. This is a great opportunity to invest in the lives of youth in our city!
Contact CEF's ministry liaison Gerald Thompson for more information.
Multinational currently has a few needs for their ministry:
1) School supplies.
2) Volunteers for after school clubs this fall (reading, homework help, etc).
3) Volunteers to help with ESL morning classes for international women.
Contact Multinational's ministry liaison Gerald Thompson for more information.
Weekdays, 8 :00 a.m.–4:00 p.m., year-round
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 or MCFL's ministry liaison Gerald Thompson for more information.
Tuesday nights at Club Nathan
1) Teach a class or assist in class:
2) Lead a Craft/Game for 8 and under boys and girls only.
3) Prepare food in the kitchen on Tuesday afternoon for Club Nathan.
4) Breakdown/Cleanup crew.
Please contact Eikon's ministry liaison Jordan Bernardini for more information.
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