Serving at Fellowship
Small actions can make a significant impact!
We believe that serving individuals in our community is an integral part of our faith and we get excited to see how small actions can make a significant impact in the lives of many. Here are some great opportunities to get involved with.
Wednesdays and Fridays this summer, from 11 am – 12:30 pm, we’ll serve hot lunches prepared by Buncombe County food services to kids and families at Ledgewood Apartments.
For more information or to sign up, email Nick Cerda.
Room In The Inn
July 28-August 4
This summer, we will host ladies involved in a program designed to help them successfully transition from homelessness to permanent housing. An essential part of that transition is the “Room In The Inn” phase. For one week, the church will provide these ladies with overnight shelter, food and transportation. See below for a list of serving opportunities.
To find out more, email Nick Cerda.
Dinners (Groups or Families)
Daily, 5:30-7 pm
Prepare dinner and drinks for our 12 guests. The meals can be prepared in advance, or at the church building. The dinner team is welcome to eat with the ladies. This team will stay until the overnight team arrives at 7 pm.
Morning Transportation (1 person)
Weekdays and Sunday 6:45 am, Saturday 7:45 am
A vehicle will be provided for you to use. Pick up the ladies from the church building and deliver them to three TBD locations downtown.
Evening Transportation (1 person)
Daily, 5:15-6:15 pm
A vehicle will be provided for you to use. Pick up the vehicle from the church building and then pick up the ladies from AHOPE and take back to the church building.
Overnight Supervision (2 people, 1 must be female)
Daily, 7-6:30 am
Provide overnight supervision at the church building. One volunteer must be female. You can sleep in shifts, but one person must be awake at all times. Bring a sleeping bag and pillow. A mattress will be provided.
There is a unique opportunity to show and share God’s love in our community by providing free automotive preventive maintenance to people that cannot afford auto care or do not know how to perform basic maintenance themselves. For someone living at the limits of their means, one of the easy expenses to overlook or put off is basic car care. Unfortunately, those on limited incomes may also rely heavily on their vehicle as a means of transportation to and from their work, and vehicle problems may lead to a loss of income. We hope to help keep these people on the road by providing regular oil changes, tire rotations and fluid change.
This ministry also works with high school students to teach them basic auto maintenance and repair skills. Adult mentors model responsibility, safety and integrity, while showing the next generation to serve others by sharing their skills and time.
If you’re interested in being part of our team, email Matthew King, we’d love to have you join us!
Need Car Care?
If you would like to be considered to receive car care, please email Nick Cerda.
We would like to thank Eric Anders from Advance Auto Parts for their generous monthly contribution to this ministry. If you would like to become a sponsor, please email Matthew King.