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Local Partners

Greater Huntsville Area

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Downtown Rescue Mission

The Downtown Rescue Mission is a shelter with emergency services for the homeless and also a one year recovery program.
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Fostering Hope

Fostering Hope exists to pray, love, and serve families involved with DHR within North Alabama.
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Lincoln Village Ministry

Lincoln Village does holistic community development in the area around Lincoln Mill.

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Huntsville Pregnancy Resource Center

HPRC advocates for life through free pregnancy tests and ultrasounds, along with parenting classes and walking people through unexpected pregnancies.
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Manna House

Manna House is a food pantry downtown that provides meals for anyone in need, as well as kids in schools across Madison County.

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Christian Job Corps

The Christian Job Corp provides job training for adults, as well as life skills trainings and help finding internships.
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Fellowship of Christian Athletes

FCA goes into schools and has weekly meetings and camps to reach students with the gospel.
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Searcy (Friends of 400)

Friends of 400 comes alongside families living in public housing downtown, specifically in the Searcy neighborhood.
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The CornerStone Initiative

CornerStone comes alongside people who are trapped in material poverty, and addresses socioeconomic and racial inequities through healthy relationships formed in financial literacy and jobs readiness classes.
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Lifeline Childen’s Services

Lifeline offers foster care classes and guidance throughout the entire fostering or adoption process.
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Prepare and Respond

PAR is a disaster relief organization with tools and equipment to help the church help our neighbors after tornadoes or storms.
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1400 Evangel Dr. NW

Downtown Rescue Mission

The Downtown Rescue Mission is a shelter with emergency services for the homeless and also a one year recovery program. There are lots of volunteer opportunities at Downtown Rescue Mission, and they are always looking for donations of all kinds.

June pRAYER FOCUS
– Pray for the 275 people (on average) who stay at their shelter each night, and the 20-30 kids who live there at any given time.

– Pray that they would experience that as their heavenly Father’s provision for them

– Pray for the residents going through DRM’s one-year recovery program— that they would know the love of the Father deeply and have a stable income and a place to live by the end of it

– Pray for the funding, staff, volunteers to be well supplied, and that they would be healthy community for the residents. Pray also that the residents would be good community for one another

– Pray for a more permanent resource and solution for people who are homeless in our city, so that DRM can focus on being an emergency shelter

– “Father, we thank you for this resource for people who are homeless in our city. We know that you desire good for each person there, and that you are offering your generous love and help to them. Thank you for providing for them in Jesus’s name and for Your glory.”

1110 Meridian St N.

Lincoln Village Ministry

Lincoln Village does holistic community development in the area around Lincoln Mill. Lincoln Village has an affordable housing program for residents, a Christian private school, and a lot more. They have a workday every Saturday refurbishing dilapidated homes into affordable housing and a variety of ways to serve at the school and in their various programs.

 

2110 Memorial Parkway

Manna House

Manna House is a food pantry downtown that provides meals for anyone in need, as well as kids in schools across Madison County. They pack and hand out food bags three nights a week, and it’s an easy way for all ages to join in and tangibly serve the poor.

 

Huntsville

The CornerStone Initiative

CornerStone comes alongside people who are trapped in material poverty, and addresses socioeconomic and racial inequities through healthy relationships formed in financial literacy and jobs readiness classes. They are some of the best in the city at ‘helping without hurting,’ and recognizing that everyone has something to bring to the table and something we can learn from each other. Their classes provide an opportunity for the materially poor and those cheering them on as their ‘allies’ to begin relationships where both are transformed into greater flourishing, all centered around Jesus and his transforming work.

 

 

7200 Governors West

Fostering Hope

Fostering Hope exists to pray, love, and serve families involved with DHR within North Alabama. This is done by seeing our church body rise up to holistically serve and pray for our community – including those within our church body directly serving in the foster system or our local caseworkers & volunteers.

Our desire for Fostering Hope is to live out the gospel by pouring into the entire foster system including supporting foster children, foster families, biological families, CAJAs (Court Appointed Juvenile Advocate), and caseworkers, educating the church body on foster care and pointing families the eternal hope in Christ every step of the way.

 

Huntsville

Fellowship of Christian Athletes

FCA goes into schools and has weekly meetings and camps to reach students with the gospel. There are student internships available to serve with them. Adults can volunteer at camps and events or donate to enable their ministry.

Huntsville

Community of Hope

Community of Hope is building a tiny home community for the chronically homeless to live, work, and find healing in community. They are in the initial fundraising and land-buying phase, so monetary donations are a great way to come alongside them right now in order to meet long-term needs for our homeless population. There is also a new way to volunteer with COH through an initiative called Restoration Works, which is an opportunity to build relationships with their homeless participants and sell goods they make at monthly craft nights.

 

426 Dallas Ave.

Searcy (Friends of 400)

Friends of 400 comes alongside families living in public housing downtown, specifically in the Searcy neighborhood. Some opportunities are to mentor kids through cub scouts and girls’ nights. An easy way to jump in and check it out is to come to Searcy Serve Day on the second Saturday of each month.

600 Governors Dr SW

Christian Job Corps

The Christian Job Corp provides job training for adults, as well as life skills trainings and help finding internships. Volunteers can mentor a student, teach or be a teaching assistant for a class, offer an internship at your company, donate professional clothes or computers, or teach a bible study.

220 Rands Ave. SE

Huntsville Pregnancy Resource Center

HPRC advocates for life through free pregnancy tests and ultrasounds, along with parenting classes and walking people through unexpected pregnancies. A great option for whole MCs is to make meals for their parenting classes. Individuals can also volunteer as a client advocate and listen to and share the gospel with each person who comes in.

Huntsville

Prepare and Respond

PAR is a disaster relief organization with tools and equipment to help the church help our neighbors after tornadoes or storms. It is made up of entirely volunteers who go as teams to homes in our area, or even travel across the southeast after major disasters.

3401 Holmes Avenue NW

Lifeline Childen’s Services

Lifeline offers foster care classes and guidance throughout the entire fostering or adoption process. They are a great resource for anyone considering fostering or adopting domestically or internationally. We’d love to connect you to Lifeline and to Summit families who have already walked through the adoption process.