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Providing various types of assistance to those in need. A Ministry within CCM is My Father’s House. This ministry provides transitional housing for families facing homelessness.
Lifeline Christian Mission Delivers meals to those in need and provides several services in our community. The organization’s space is at Gibson Mill and they pack thousands of meals every week.
On February 25, 2023, St James and a couple of partner churches packed 12,000 meals. Lifeline Christian Mission can use volunteers during meal packing events and for other activities they host at their Gibson Mill Site.
Please contact Hollie Gregory at 980-268-3070 to learn how you can support their Mission. Their website is lifeline.org
“Meeting the physical, emotional, and spiritual needs of the least, the last, and the lost”
Opportunity House at 72 Corban Ave SW is only one block from St. James.
There are many ways to get volunteer and get involved House.
We are always in need of:
* Assistant cooks to help our chef prepare meals
* Greeters and servers at both Narrow Gate locations (temporarily suspended)
* Clothing closet volunteers to help neatly arrange clothing for house guests
* Help build resumes for guests looking for work
* Workshop facilitators for guest currently seeking work
* Putting together toiletry bags
* They are always in need of donated paper items and wash cloths
Love Feast in the streets held in the morning of the 3rd Saturday each month in our back parking lot. Esther’s Heart ministry provides meals, food, medical and dental care, hot showers, haircuts, and clothing to those in need. They can use volunteers to set up and distribute items. Please contact Mary Lou Kohut at firstname.lastname@example.org
Delivers meals to shut-ins and others in need. 704-932-3412
Big Brothers Big Sisters of America is a non-profit organization whose mission is to "create and support one-to-one mentoring relationships that ignite the power and promise of youth". Adult volunteers are matched with children from age 5 to young adulthood.
Big Brothers. Big Sisters. is housed on the second floor of the education wing. Voluteer opportunities will be shared here as they arise.
Contact: Elizabeth Hutchins 704-562-1144 or email@example.com
Provides programs and services to help boys and girls make positive life choices
“Building strength, stability, and Self-reliance through shelter”
This organization runs the pre-school program at our church. Their focus is to nurture children, empower parents, and strengthen families
212 Broad Street SW Concord Helping Faith community with food, clothing, parish nurse and financial assistance and counseling.
Runs local homeless shelter 216 Patterson Ave. Concord, provides soup kitchen and provides assistance to those in greatest need. Volunteers provide and serve meals at the homeless shelter.
(Food and Clothing only) West Point Baptist Church 1100 Pine Street, Kannapolis
Cabarrus Victims Assistance Network. Works with battered women and their children. 704-788-2826
Cabarrus Office Family self-sufficiency programs, career training and mentoring, occupational skills, support services and helping to find employment opportunities.
Food ministries throughout the year, mentoring programs, summer programs/camps, Seniors Fellowship, bible studies, sexual abuse hotline and programs for all ages.
Transitional Housing for Men 1572 Dale Earnhardt Blvd Kannapolis.
Jim Bramlett firstname.lastname@example.org Provides food during the year and fresh fruit/vegetables in season. Look for the Facebook page for Feeding Kannapolis Hunger
Leading bible study to inmates at the Cabarrus County Jail once a week.
See Jodi Ramirez email@example.com
or Mark Murphy firstname.lastname@example.org for additional information
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