Mission Opportunities

McEver Road United Method Church participates in ministries in many different ways. Here are a few you may want to help with.

“Be sure to carry out the ministry the Lord gave you.”
Colossians 4:16-18

Benevolence Ministry

This ministry offers assistance with utility bills, rent, or medical bills for people who are going through a time of financial hardship. Assistance is available for people within the church and in the community as well. Applications for assistance are reviewed confidentially by a small group of church members.

Contact Cindy McCubbins
Phone: 770-297-9310
Email: cindymccubbins@hotmail.com

To apply for assistance, contact the church office at 770-532-3160.

Food Pantry

The church maintains a food pantry to help people in need, both within the church and in the community. Anyone may receive a temporary supply of food just by asking.

Contact Deborah Phillips
Phone: 678-936-2579

To receive food, just stop by the church office during business hours or see a church member at any church gathering.

Neo-Natal Intensive Care Ministry

Our NICU team members knit, sew, crochet, and make items such as hats, booties, and blankets for parents with infants in the NICU at NE GA Medical Center. Our team also provides handmade burial gowns for families of infants as needed.

Contact Nancy Maddox
Phone : 770-536-9049
Email: nancycmad@yahoo.com

Good News at Noon

The Good News at Noon ministry provides a variety of services to low income and homeless people. They have worship services every day, then serve lunch afterward. On weekdays, they also have a worship service at 7:00 p.m. followed by dinner for approximately 75 people. Their services also include a shelter for homeless men, a food pantry, English and Spanish language lessons, and tutoring for children.
McEver Road UMC provides and serves dinner at Good News at Noon on the 1st and 3rd Tuesdays.

Contact Carol or Martha Shay
Phone 770-967-1710
Email: shay5062@charter.net

My Sister’s Place

My Sister’s Place provides safe, confidential shelter; programs; education; and advocacy for homeless women and their children. Their goal is to empower women to manage their own lives. Residents must find a job, attend church, and help with the work around the house.
Volunteers are needed around the clock – day and night, 7 days per week to sort clothes, do clerical work, and answer phones. No training is required.

Contact My Sisters Place at 770 532-5111.

Prison Fellowship “Angel Tree Ministry”

Angel Tree is a ministry that reaches out to the children of inmates and their families with the love of Christ. At Christmas time, volunteers from McEver Road UMC purchase gifts for the children of inmates in their parent’s name. The church hosts a Christmas party, which also presents an opportunity to share the love and hope of Christ with each family. Through Angel Tree, these children feel a parent’s love, despite their absence.

Contact Dorothy Carter
Phone: 770-967-6702
Email: dorothybcarter@gmail.com