We have the opportunity to serve in lots of different ways all throughout the year. But one day every year we partner with thousands of churches all over the globe and serve our communities together! We call this big event Serve Day and you can be part of it! Click the button below to find the perfect project for you and your family on Saturday, July 11th!
Thanks to your generosity we were able to partner with the Smokehouse in Mt. Pleasant and give $3,300.00 to help meet the needs of their staff. You are making a difference in our community and the lives of other people!
We have heard from Mt. Pleasant House, the assisted living facility in our community, and they have given us a list of items that would be beneficial to their residents right now. Everything that comes in must be wiped down, so consider buying multi-packs of items when possible. That way only the exterior package would require disinfecting. Only commercially prepared and packaged food items are allowed. Here are a few items they suggested:
Razors, Shaving Cream, Combs/brushes, Shampoo/conditioner,
Fingernail polish (pinks/reds), Fingernail polish remover, Cotton balls,
Snacks, such as Little Debbie’s or Lance Cheese Crackers
Gift cards (iTunes, Amazon, gas, restaurants, etc) are great gifts for staff as well.
Over the next two weeks, you can pick up one or two of these items and plan to drop them off at our facility. The designated drop-off location will be under the awning at the front entrance of Propel Church (400 N Main Street, Mount Pleasant) and will open starting on April 1st.
At least once a week, someone from our team will deliver the items collected to MP House.
Cabarrus Meals on Wheels is a local non-profit that serves hot, nutritious meals to the elderly and those living with disabilities in Cabarrus County. Their missions is to provide one well-balanced hot meal a day each weekday to individuals who are unable to prepare meals for themselves and have no one to prepare one hot meal a day for them. Meals On Wheels deliveries help individuals remain independent in their homes longer, delaying or avoiding alternate living arrangements or nursing care. Also, temporary service helps recently hospitalized clients meet their nutritional needs during their recovery period. There are opportunities to volunteer Monday through Friday. If you are available to help with delivery, click the "I Want to Help" button below and we will be in contact with you soon!
Here is the list of what they are in need of:
- Powdered Milk
- Sugar (2lb bags)
- Flour (2lb bags)
- Peanut Butter
- Canned Veggies (anything but green beans, they have plenty)
- Canned Meat
At least once a week someone from our team will deliver collected items to Mt. Pleasant Food Ministries.
Let us know how you can help by clicking the button below and filling out the interest form! Thank you so much for loving our community. These are the times that the love of Christ is so desperately needed.
LOCAL - MOUNT PLEASANT FOOD MINISTRY
The Mt. Pleasant Food Ministry serves families in need in the Mt. Pleasant School District and Community. Currently they average serving approximately 150 families and 450 individuals per month. We are proud to be one of the 16 local churches that supports Mt. Pleasant Food Ministry!
ARC is an association of relational churches working with church planters and church leaders to provide support, guidance, and resources to launch and grow life-giving churches. ARC is made up of pastors, churches, and leaders with a vision to see healthy and thriving churches in every community, reaching people with the message of Jesus. This is done through building strong relationships, sharing valuable resources, and planting and multiplying life-giving churches around the globe.
Compassion International releases children from poverty in Jesus' name. That is their mission. Through a holistic approach to child development, they carefully blend physical, social, economic and spiritual care together in Jesus' name. They are church-based. This is due to their desire to equip the Church to fulfill its role as salt and light, and because local congregations are catalysts for community change, optimizing the mutual respect, resources, and common purpose critical in caring for children.