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.”
South Hall Food Pantry
The South Hall food pantry helps people in need. To receive food stop by church office to get a referral.
Contact Jackie Buchan
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 Jean Prezel
Kairos Inside is a ministry whose mission is to develop a Christian community inside prisons. The Kairos Inside program brings positive and negative leaders together, in both male and female institutions, for a 3 ½ day Weekend led by same gender Kairos volunteers. We have several volunteers in our congregation that attend the Weekend and the whole church supports the ministry with prayer and ﬁnancial gifts. Angel Tree®, a program of Prison Fellowship, reaches out to the children of prisoners and their families with the love of Christ. This unique program gives us an opportunity to share God’s love by helping to meet the physical, emotional, and spiritual needs of the families of prisoners. Our church looks forward every year to purchasing gifts for the children of incarcerated folks and hosting an Angel Tree party in celebration of Christ’s birth and sharing the gospel with the children and their caregivers.
For more information contact Anita Sweet
Red Bird Ministries
Contact: Ben Buchan
Phone: (770) 402-2884
Family Promise of Hall County
In May of 2012, Family Promise opened its doors and received its first family. Since then, they have helped low-income families achieve lasting independence by providing shelter, meals, and support services. Through intensive case management and counseling, they address the underlying causes of homelessness.
They believe in a community response to homelessness.
13 interdenominational churches are host congregations, which are located throughout Hall County. They meet the immediate physical needs of families by providing a hot meal for dinner, overnight accommodations, supplies for breakfast and lunch, and gracious hospitality!
Currently McEver Road has partnered with Flowery Branch UMC when it’s their week to host families. We provide a hot supper meal & someone to supervise the families that stay the night at FBUMC. The South Hall Community Food Pantry & Bonnie Circle has collected “starter supplies” for families when they graduate from Family Promise and get their own home. For more information about Family Promise visit familypromisehall.org.
Contact: Jackie Buchan email@example.com