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Ministry Sunday, April 21 at Woodmont Hills Family of God

April 14th, 2013 · No Comments

Update: just got a link for a ministry map

Since Mission begins at home, here is a partial list of areas you can investigate for involvement if the Holy Spirit is leading you:

Caring Ministry

Food Pantry
Help us keep our food pantry organized and food bags prepared for people in our community who are hungry. The food pantry is located in the Annex. Watch for announcements in Life Together about what foods are needed for the month. A collection cart is located near the Welcome Center where donations can be delivered.

Harvest Sunday
Harvest Sunday is a special time for our family. Volunteer to help in contacting schools, arranging for food pick up, and other administrative details . Time frame is November 1 – Thanksgiving.

Little Red School House
Each year we serve the children in our community by providing them with basic school supplies at the beginning of the school year. Members of our congregation purchase and bring paper, glue, scissors, backpacks, and more to the “Little Red School House” located in the lobby.

We need your help to contact schools, organize the supplies, and help with scheduling a time to pick up the supplies. Time frame is July – August

For more information about the opportunities above contact:
Joan Gregory, jgregory@woodmont.org, 297-8551

CCSI Christian Community Services, Inc.

http://www.ccsinashville.org

CCSI inspires underserved families to achieve quality lives and build a legacy of self-sufficiency. Our mission is to empower underserved families, through mentoring relationships, to achieve a legacy of social, spiritual, and economic self-sufficiency. To support the whole family, we provide guidance, homework assistance, and encouragement as well as providing financial management classes and counseling, life skills classes, and family mentoring. We promote asset-building by providing matching funds for Individual Development Accounts (IDA’s) and provide homeownership education and counseling.

For more information about CCSI email info@ccsinashville.org

Adopt A Metro School Class
Woodmont Hills supports several teachers and administrators in local schools whose students cannot afford their basic school supplies and clothing. Support includes: volunteer as a teacher’s aide, provide supplies/uniforms, provide snacks or “breakfast box”, food bags at holidays. We connect individuals and small groups with schools, age groups, etc. You can set your own schedule, actually volunteering in the classroom or simply meeting the needs of a particular class as they arise. It’s a great small group project and the more you get to know the teachers and students, the more opportunities arise.

Paragon Mills Elementary – Parent’s Profit Program
Several groups at Woodmont have been meeting children’s needs at PME by donating uniforms, school supplies, food boxes, and other items. The school is now using those donations to begin a program for the parents where they can “earn” the donated items, rather than just receiving a handout. Anytime a parent volunteers at school or participates in the many family programs offered at PME, they receive a “Community Cash Buck” which they can “spend” at the store. Volunteers from Woodmont will be hosting, “selling” donated uniforms, school supplies, shoes, coats, Angel Food boxes, and more. We are always looking for volunteers and donated items.

Contact: Mary Alice Neal 376-8077 maryaliceneal@hotmail.com
Kristie Barnett 315-9165 kristiebarnett@yahoo.com
Connie Hasty 969-1712 hastycb@gmail.com
please email for updated opportunities list!

Room in the Inn
Room in the Inn is an outreach ministry to homeless men in the Nashville area. We strive to meet the basic human needs of food, shelter, clothing (Matt. 25:35-36). The program begins in November and runs through the end of March. Each Monday evening we pick up 12-13 men in our church van from the Center for Human Development on 8th Avenue and bring them to our building for the night. During their stay with us, our guests are given two hot meals, shower facilities, laundry facilities, and clothes. We also present a short devotional and make ourselves available to meet their spiritual needs as well. This is a great opportunity to serve and have a direct influence in someone’s life

For more information about Room in the Inn contact:
Wendell McGuirk, mcguirk@comcast.net
251-2343w
478-1121c
292-0147h

Second Saturday
Always looking for new volunteers, these ladies meet on the 2nd Saturday morning of each month from 9:00 -11:30 in the Annex kitchen. They prepare sack lunches and deliver them to families at Vanderbilt Hospital ICU. They also send cards, pray together, and laugh a lot. It has become its own small group!

For more information about Second Saturday contact:
Joan Gregory, jgregory@woodmont.org, 297-8551

Hospital Communion
Serve communion to Baptist Hospital patients. 4th Sunday each month 8 a.m. Servers assemble in hospital cafeteria.
Contact: Bob Kendrick
rekendrick@comcast.net
297-5754

Wednesday Morning Prayers
This prayer group meets every Wednesday morning to pray. The prayers are centered on the requests collected Sunday mornings through the prayer request cards.

Contact:
Merle Van Vleet, remcv@comcast.net, 356-2102

Caring with Food
This ministry is a great opportunity to “Love God, Love Each Other, and Serve the World” by providing meals to families who have faced events such as a death, birth or an illness.

We are using an online tool that allows you to sign up and help with food. It’s quick and easy and it sends you a reminder. Click HERE and you will be directed to the sign-up page for our Woodmont Hills’ needs.

Contact:
Cindy Elmore celmore@woodmont.org 386-4155

Woodmont Hills Community Garden
In 2011 Woodmont Hills began transforming a piece of our unused land into a vegetable garden with the plan to provide healthy food for the poor, working class and homeless people in our community. As we continue to care for the earth and battle poverty and food injustice, we need volunteers to ensure our garden flourishes throughout this growing season.

We are recruiting individuals for: Planting, Watering, Weeding, Picking/Harvesting, and Closing up the garden

To become a part of our gardening team click Garden signup or Contact: Joan Gregory jgregory@woodmont.org or 386-4154.

Financial Mentoring
This service opportunity helps provide financial counseling for families. Volunteers work one-on-one helping families develop and implement budgets. Volunteers should be willing to work for 3 to 12 months with a family to help them accomplish their goals. Budgeting experience is required.

Senior Saints and Special People
Be a part of our ‘Human Touch’ ministry. Call Joan Gregory if you are willing to be on call when the need arises.

Contact:
Joan Gregory, jgregory@woodmont.org, 297-8551

Prayer Team
The Prayer Team is a group of people willing to serve with other team members or as individuals to cover our church family, mission and community in prayer. Required is weekly prayer and monthly meetings. To join the prayer team, you need the desire to cover your church in earnest prayer and the ability to interact with brothers and sisters of the Church. Volunteers are added at direction of Dean and our eldership.

Contact:
Jared Bowlin, jaredbowlin@comcast.net, 473.7485
Diane Harris, 1thess524@bellsouth.net, 509-7616

Hospitality
Help needed to organize/prepare general church family dinners and special events such as summer Wed dinners, funerals, etc. Financial Support often needed. Duties may include: Food preparation, set up/clean up, greeters/directors for funerals Provide funds to purchase food.

Contact:
Joan Gregory, jgregory@woodmont.org, 297-8551

Ladies’ Inspiration Breakfast
This breakfast is an edifying and encouraging morning of fellowship, singing, keynote speakers, and sharing in small groups. Volunteers are needed: keynote speakers, song leaders, and help with decorating. Held twice a year in the lobby of the Great Hall on a Saturday mornings from 9:00 to 11:30 am.

Contact:
Barbara Bridges, bebridges@bellsouth.net, 377-0557

Ladies’ Luncheon
The Ladies’ Luncheon is an encouraging time for women to fellowship around a delicious meal and inspiring program. Volunteers are needed to cook, set up, clean up, plan and participate in this program.

Contact:
Joan Gregory, jgregory@woodmont.org, 297-8551

Senior Saints and Special People – Gift bags
Assembling and delivering seasonal gift bags to shut-ins and people with special needs.

Contact:
Joan Gregory, jgregory@woodmont.org

Curb to Pew to Curb Hospitality
Contact:
Overseers – Jan and Wayne Hipps – janhipps44@gmail.com
(615) 361-6143 home
(615) 479-3731 cell

Welcome – Information Desk
Volunteer at the Information Desk during either service, to help direct, give information and welcome our members and guests.

Contact:
Mary Nell Snoddy, scottish4@gmail.com

Coffee Reception
Designed

Mission Philosophy
See God glorified through the image of Christ in every
mission location.

Bear witness to Christ through caring and sharing ministries.
Provide for both spiritual and physical needs through our
mission work.

Make a commitment of significant resources to sponsored
missionaries and outreaches.

Mission Committee
Email us at woodmonthillsmissions@gmail.com or talk to Howard Newsom-Chairman, Bruce Anstey, Ed Dodds, Pat Dwyer, Jeff Floyd, Michael Galo, James & Anita Hutcheson, Bob Kendrick, Ted MacDonald, Necie Elizabeth Pable, Dolores Parker, Mark Phillips
Marilyn Swing, Roger Wiemers

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