How to help?
How to Help
As we walk through the continually changing effects of coronavirus (COVID-19), many of you have asked, “How can I help?” In times such as these, our greatest opportunity is to love and support our neighbors—to be the hands and feet of Jesus. We want to tell the world that there is hope, and there are multiple ways for you to do just that. Spread the word about available ministry, give and share access to resources online. Be the church!
Do you need assistance? We are here for you! Learn more about our network of ministries, helpful resources, trained volunteers and professional counselors to help you move forward.
Food / Supplies
We will no longer be collecting items at our campuses for co-ops—but don’t let this stop you! We strongly encourage you to drop off items directly to your local co-op or resource center. Simply reach out and see how you can contribute to the needs right around you.
Have any questions? Contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
500 Pinnacle Court, Norcross, GA 30071
North Gwinnett Co-op
4395 Commerce Dr, Buford, GA 30518
2353 Bolton Road NW, Atlanta, GA 30318
Imagine coming home in the evening and not having a table to gather around with your family, a sofa to relax on or a bed to sleep in. For many people in our community, this is reality.
Your furniture and small household items will make a huge difference to someone who is in desperate need. If you have furniture that you would like to donate or would like to volunteer, please click the button below.
Your financial gift enables us to respond to crises and disasters like we are facing now with COVID-19. Let’s make a significant impact in the lives of the needy and the broken. Our Heart of the House fund allows for us to respond in seasons like these with speed and effectiveness, 100% of these funds go to helping people. It also enables us to support local-co-ops and families with direct needs.
Spread the Word and Meet Needs
- Ask if neighbors need prayer or supplies, serve them
- Any time you shop, ask neighbors if they need anything
- Check on your elderly and shut-in neighbors 2-3 times a week
- Pick up the phone and call people
- Set up virtual tutoring program to help students
- Create smaller Facebook groups for encouraging
- Send care packets or encouragement (if possible) to those with COVID-19
- Say “thank you” to anyone you see serving
- Host helpful webinars with local leaders, use your gifts and talents
Host an Online Group
Hosting an online conversation group is a fantastic way to serve right now. We have simplified our onboarding process, expediting it so we can maximize the amount of people meeting in community online. We believe that community is essential and even more so in this season. Consider hosting a conversation group today!