Missions

MEALS ON MAIN

We provide a hot, nutritious meal for anyone who needs one the first Saturday of the month. Members and friends cook, serve, greet guests, and deliver meals as needed.

LOCAL MISSION DISCRETIONARY FUND

We provide occasional assistance with emergency needs.

PRAYER SHAWL MINISTRY

We knit or crochet shawls full of our prayers, and distribute them to members and friends going through difficult times. 

 

OUR LOCAL PARTNERS

Atlas Ministry: Building PATHWAYS OF SUCCESS for children and families in our community through personal relationships and value-based education. We help with collecting items for specific projects
such as back to school supplies.

Christmas Stocking Fund: Providing food, clothing and toys to approximately 300 children and 200 senior citizens.

Circle of Love Center, Inc.:  Protecting, serving, and empowering victims of domestic violence.

Circle Ranch: Providing foster children a loving, stable, and healthy environment in a ranch setting.

First Call Pregnancy Center:  Providing a medical program with full pregnancy testing, parenting education and resources for mothers and babies. We assisted with the filling of baby bottles with loose change for a total of $324.

Greene County Christian Outreach: Making a difference in people’s lives by providing financial assistance to disadvantaged families. The Men of the Church collect canned food items once a month at their luncheons.

 

Greene County Food Pantry:  Fighting hunger in Greene County; serving nearly 600 families this past year. We do several food drives and fundraisers for the Food Pantry including SouperBowl of Caring Sunday, Thanksgiving, and a special “HAIR” fundraiser during COVID raising over $4,000.

 

 

Habitat for Humanity: Providing affordable housing to local families. We supporting the Meals for Volunteers program.

Legacy Health & Rehabilitation Center: Bringing the joy of the Christmas season to seniors, helping them to feel cared for and loved.

Pete Nance Boys and Girls Club: Providing young people with the academic, emotional, and social skills to achieve academic success and to become productive, caring, and contributing members of their communities.

Second Harvest:  Striving to eliminate hunger in this area by efficiently using all available resources to acquire excess food and distribute to those in need.

Threads of Love:  Providing appropriately-sized clothing to help parents in saying goodbye to infants born too early. A member of our church has made dresses for infants.

OUR INTERNATIONAL AND REGIONAL PARTNERS

Compassion International: A child-advocacy ministry pairing compassionate people with children living in extreme poverty to release the children from spiritual, economic, social, and physical poverty. Through Presbyterian Women, we have been supporting Genesis Maribel Hernandez of Nicaragua since January of 2012 when she was nine years old. She is now 18 and is in business school. We have helped her grow spiritually, physically, emotionally and academically with total contributions of mover than $4,000 over the last nine years. Funds are collected during the Women of the Church luncheons.

LIVE2540 (formerly Orphan Aid Liberia):  Committed to the restoration of hope and health, for the abused and abandoned, the hungry and the sick, LIVE2540 is now serving people in Liberia, Burkina Faso, Ecuador, Philippines and here in Georgia. Our support has included funds, sewing dresses, shorts, book bags, and teddy bears for the orphaned children in Liberia

McGill Missionaries: Jim and Jodi McGill serve as mission co-workers in Niger and South Sudan. Jim works with local churches to provide sustainable development with the Water, Sanitation and Hygiene sector. Jodi has done training for nursing students. 

Presbyterian Homes of Georgia:  Providing charitable care to seniors who have outlived their financial resources who reside in Presbyterian Homes through the Caring Hands Fund.

Thornwell Home for Children:  Providing hope and healing to hurting families in communities across Florida, Georgia, and South Carolina through safe homes for neglected children, family support and in-home therapy for families, education for students working towards graduation, and more.