Serve In the Community

As a church, we want to be known for our extraordinary generosity—with both our time and money—toward those in our local community.

Through our partnerships with great local nonprofits and our church’s initiatives, we provide opportunities to meet the real needs of our community as we serve together.

MidwestFoodBankThe mission of Midwest Food Bank is to alleviate hunger and poverty by gathering and distributing food donations to nonprofit organizations and disaster sites without cost to the recipients.

Fayette Pregnancy Resouce CenterA non-profit organization that offers support to women facing an unplanned pregnancy. They serve women of all ages, as well as their families. The vision is to be the first source for a woman and her family with pregnancy-related needs.

A non-profit, Christian-based organization serving women and men of all ages, who are unprepared for pregnancy. They aspire to bring hope, truth, and healing found in Jesus Christ, by empowering women and men to make life-affirming and healthy decisions.

The mission of the Real Life Center is to walk with those who are hurting in Fayette and Coweta counties by providing a safe environment, sharing the love of Christ, and promoting long-term change through financial assistance and counseling, educational classes, food pantry and career help.

Backpack Buddies is a non-profit organization created to supply economically disadvantaged children in the Coweta County School System with food for the weekend. They work with school counselors to identify children “at risk” for hunger and then supply them with nutritious, self-serve food that will sustain them when school meals are not available. They are currently serving 500+ children in 16 elementary schools.

Wellspring is devoted to safeguarding and empowering domestic sex trafficking victims and those at risk to develop the courage to move forward and the confidence to succeed. Through life-giving residential and community-based programs, girls and young women are provided the opportunity to live and dream again.

The mission of Bloom is to make foster children feel special, because they are. The Bloom Closet provides Georgia’s foster children with free clothing, baby gear, books and school supplies.

Bridging the Gap distributes food, toiletries, and household items every Saturday without condition to those willing to see change in their personal circumstances. BTG is committed to fighting physical and spiritual hunger by providing wholesome food and valuable links to community resources.