Prayer Ministry: (prayer room and email prayer chain): Prayer Room Volunteers come and pray in the prayer room weekday mornings from 10-12. Please click here to have your prayer request added to the St. Luke Prayer Chain.
Respite Care: For over 17 years, St. Luke Respite Care Ministry has provided caregiver relief for families caring for loved ones with cognitive issues. This outreach ministry is designed for adults who can benefit from a time of socialization and stimulation while providing the family members / caregivers with a break for themselves. The program operates Tuesday, Wednesday, and Thursday from 10-2 in an inviting, homelike, free standing building at 1021 Third Avenue. The staff and trained volunteers design a day filled with activities including exercise, music, active games, crafts, devotion time, and lunch.
Respite Care is open to anyone in the community. Caregivers must call and schedule a time for an assessment visit.
The St Luke Respite Care Ministry is a wonderful way for St Luke members to volunteer. There are no requirements, just a willingness to give a listening ear or helping hand to some of the most delightful people you could hope to meet. You can volunteer weekly, monthly, or whenever you are available.
For more information about St Luke Respite Care Ministry or to schedule a visit, contact Kathryn Fussell, Director of Respite Care Ministries. 706-256-3117
Meals on Wheels: Please call and ask to speak with Julie for more details or to get involved!
Samaritan’s Fund: Provides utility assistance to those in need in our community. For more information, please contact Richard Jarboe at email@example.com
BRIDGE: Building Responsible Individuals through Discipline, Guidance, and Education is a ministry to at-risk young people (18-25) that provides GED training and job skills. Contact is Willie Coleman.
Open Door Community House/Circles of Columbus: A United Methodist mission agency, Open Door was founded by Methodist women during the Depression to assist women and children of the Bibb Mill village, and still works to help women, older adults, and children. Contact Kim Jenkins at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Valley Interfaith Promise: Valley Interfaith Promise (VIP) is a unique sheltering program for homeless families with children. VIP provides shelter, meals, transportation, and other vital support services through partnerships with local agencies, businesses, congregations, and individuals. Our goal is to help homeless families get back on their feet by assisting in finding housing, employment, and more. For more information, please visit their website at https://valleyinterfaithpromise.com/contact-us/
Right From the Start: Our effort is to make our community healthier and wealthier with our three-point mission: to reduce unwed teenage pregnancy, to reduce the divorce rate and to increase the participation of fathers in the lives of their children in the Chattahoochee Valley area. Visit the Right From The Start website for more information. https://rightfromthestart.org/
Bereavement Ministry: This committee reaches out to families when a church member has died. They greet at funerals and deliver meals to the deceased’s families. Please Kay Denes at 706-575-4365 for more details.
Prayer Shawl Ministry: Volunteers make prayer shawls and which are then delivered to individuals in the hospital, sick, etc. as a reminder that they are being remembered in prayer. For more information, please call and ask to speak with Cindy.
Food Pantry: This ministry assists needy Georgia families with staple goods. more information, please contact Richard Jarboe at email@example.com
FANN (Friends and Neighborhood Network): a food and networking group that meets with parents of students at Fox Elementary. Contact Richard Jarboe, firstname.lastname@example.org.