REACHING OUT INTO THE COMMUNITY
We believe the church exists not simply for its own sake, but to be the hands and feet of Christ in the world. At Brookhaven Christian Church, we have identified ministry partners in our local community and established a two way connection with them. We continually seek to develop an understanding of what is most needed for our ministry partners and to work together in meeting those needs.
BCC's Outreach opportunities typically rotate on a monthly basis, offering different ways to participate: from hands-on projects to contributions of goods, services, and financial resources. We invite you to join with us as we live out our mission to "Connect - Serve - Grow."
January Outreach Project
As COVID-19 continues to surge across the nation, impacting jobs and the economy, we will be conducting a canned fruit and vegetable drive (done safely, of course) during January to support Suthers Center for Christian Outreach. Suthers Center purchases many food items from the Atlanta Community Food Bank. However, they are consistently short of canned fruits and vegetables. So, next time you shop, or order in groceries, pick up some extra cans of fruits and vegetables (14-16 oz sizes preferred). And then please deliver them to the church at any of the following times, placing them in the boxes provided in the narthex:
· Any January Sunday morning from 10:30 am to 12:30 pm
· Any January Wednesday evening from 6 to 7 pm
If you prefer to make a financial donation, please mark your gift “Suthers Center.” Suthers Center is currently open as a drive-through pantry every Saturday from 8 to 10 am at St. Martin in the Fields Episcopal Church, serving families and individuals in the 30319 and 30341 zip codes.